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Offline JonIrenicus

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #300 on: 18 11 2014, 06:48:58 »
With old version and new one (fixed) I still have message "user XXX has commented his photo". DB repair does not fix this problem.
 

Offline Robyer

Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #301 on: 18 11 2014, 08:33:35 »
With old version and new one (fixed) I still have message "user XXX has commented his photo". DB repair does not fix this problem.

Screenshots please. I don't understand your problem as you're first one to report such thing.
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Offline cust

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #302 on: 18 11 2014, 16:33:16 »
Is there a way to log facebook notifications and open the link later?
I'm currently doing this from popup
 

Offline Robyer

Re:Facebook plugin
« Reply #303 on: 18 11 2014, 18:53:21 »
cust, there is no way of logging notifications at this moment.

I use infinite time for notification popups so I can click on them later. What exactly is your use-case for this?
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Offline cust

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #304 on: 18 11 2014, 19:23:09 »
I am doing exactly what you do now, but it's very annoying when you accumulate too much notifications. also Facebook seems doesn't show notifications more than 99 or older than 2-3 days!
So you miss many specially when you follow some large active group  :(
Is it that hard to do this?
 

Offline Robyer

Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #305 on: 19 11 2014, 08:09:49 »
cust, I see... well it's not hard to implement, especially when it will be logging just into .txt file. Would that be enough for you? If so, create feature request ticket on our bug tracker and I'll look at it sooner or later. But I'm busy these days.
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Offline Robyer

Re:Facebook plugin
« Reply #306 on: 19 11 2014, 11:23:19 »
cust, never mind. Implemented :-)
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Offline JonIrenicus

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #307 on: 19 11 2014, 11:34:17 »
How can I enable it? There is no plugin update yet...
 

Offline Robyer

Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #308 on: 19 11 2014, 12:54:33 »
JonIrenicus, because updates are compiled at night. You can wait for tomorrow. But I compiled it for you: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7225964/FacebookRM.7z
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Offline JonIrenicus

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #309 on: 19 11 2014, 13:06:02 »
Thank you, but I still have fb notifications every start. How can i mark them as "read"?
 

Offline cust

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #310 on: 19 11 2014, 14:06:09 »
Robyer: CPU run at 100% when using your compile?
 

Offline Robyer

Re:Facebook plugin
« Reply #311 on: 19 11 2014, 14:58:31 »
Thank you, but I still have fb notifications every start. How can i mark them as "read"?
Wtf are you talking about? Usually you mark them as read by opening Facebook website with it (clicking left mouse button on popup) or by just marking them as read from Miranda (clicking right mouse button on popup).

Robyer: CPU run at 100% when using your compile?
No.
And it's for development version of Miranda, don't mix it with stable.
« Last Edit: 19 11 2014, 15:14:50 by Robyer »
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Offline cust

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #312 on: 19 11 2014, 17:36:12 »
I am using it with the development version sir
It might be conflicting with another plugin, is there a way to investigate?
I also noticed since yesterday's update, Miranda gets random crashes, but this is another issue.
« Last Edit: 19 11 2014, 17:38:35 by cust »
 

Offline watcher

Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #313 on: 19 11 2014, 23:06:06 »
Пожалуйста, внимательно прочтите правила постинга перед тем, как открыть новую тему.
Please read forum rules.
 

Offline JonIrenicus

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Re: Facebook plugin
« Reply #314 on: 20 11 2014, 10:03:34 »
Usually you mark them as read by opening Facebook website with it (clicking left mouse button on popup) or by just marking them as read from Miranda (clicking right mouse button on popup).
What about my case?