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Topic # 111584 8-Nov-2012 09:29
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Having private message notifications appear in live, the same as it does on the standard site (but without requiring refresh) would be really handy IMO - since I mostly sit on live to watch the happenings and email notifications can often get overlooked.  Thanks!

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  Reply # 713973 8-Nov-2012 09:41
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We can work on something...

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  Reply # 713978 8-Nov-2012 09:46
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Absolutely!  It's just a suggestion.  One other (relatively simple) thing would be a "new posts" link from live (for eg. to catch up on overnight posts)  Or maybe just all the header links that usually appear on www. ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 714021 8-Nov-2012 10:37
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Damn, you work fast!  Shot!

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  Reply # 714022 8-Nov-2012 10:37
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And I had time to open a new digital camera, make an espresso and code here...





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freitasm: And I had time to open a new digital camera, make an espresso and code here...


And women say men can't multi-task!

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