I like the current logos of SENotifier, but, I was bored, and decided to have a go at making some SENotifier logos as well. And, well, here they are! Tell me if you like them, or any comments! I don't know if the pictures will keep their formatting, though. Oh well.
My immediate feedback:
I’m not normally a fan of applications in place of browser interfaces (Slack is still in a tab for me), but this seems potentially quite useful. (With the usual caveat that my job is basically tied to activity on the sites.)
Switching to a new site required me to click the Google button again, but I didn’t need to use my password or ...
On http://stackapps.com several Mac OS X applications are listed. StackApps is the StackExchange API and application and scripts site.
Personally, I use Newt, which can display new questions, comment notifications and reputation changes from across all the StackExchange sites, including AskDifferent.
To answer some points raised elsewhere:
The SOStatus ...
Great app so far! Your planned updates sound good as well.
Unfortunately, after I had the app running for a while it crashed with the error:
Crashed Thread: 22 Dispatch queue: Background queue for SBStackExchangeFetcher
Exception Type: EXC_CRASH (SIGABRT)
Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000
*** Terminating app due to uncaught ...
Er… I’m sorry, but I don’t speak robot. I know enough about computers to get by, more than most civilians, but I was wondering if you could dumb the answer to my problem a lot for me please?
The SENotifier for OX was working perfectly until today, when I took my computer away from my house, and wifi. I’m not sure if disconnecting from the internet had ...
This is an awesome app, great job.
But I think you forgot to make the extra text after "Check Now" change white when you hover over it, see:
I'm not a Mac App Developer (not yet, anyway) so I don't know if it is possible to change that but I just wanted to let you know about that.
I'd like to request that the app detects when night mode is enabled under general system preferences and switches the icon to a white color.
This is what the icon currently looks like:
... too dark. :(
I also created issue #26, on GitHub, for this.