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Re: Message Inbox Nodelet

by samurai (Monk)
on Sep 30, 2002 at 14:30 UTC ( #201723=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Message Inbox Nodelet

I would think making a message inbox nodelet would be trivial to code, but some would probably consider it redundant. But in your unique situation, it makes sense.

It could be as simple as extracting the code in the top of the chatterbox to its own nodelet, but then I've never developed in this system.

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[LanX]: as long as he has votes left, the nodelet remains
[LanX]: There is a very simple solution ...
[marinersk]: Correct, so one workaround is to leave one vote.
[marinersk]: But I was looking for a more elegant solution. It appears noone online at this time is aware of one.
[LanX]: go to Nodelet Settings and click "All nodelets off"
[LanX]: SUPER STABLE!!!
[marinersk]: LanX++ LOL Yes, that is another workaround. :-)
[LanX]: strangely you can't disable the XP nodelet
[LanX]: But you can use CSS to hide it
[LanX]: and disoplay the data permanently in your peronal nodelet

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