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Geert van Horrik
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If you have any questions / ideas about Orc.Notifications, feel free to post them here.
Brendenawit
@Brendenawit
orc.notifications in winforms. I have created a new orc.notifications.notification and set its .message to "Hello" -> why is there literally no documentation about how to actually invoke the popup?
"In order to create notifications in your application use IoC with the INotificationService interface." ? holy shit guess I'll just manually make a form that behaves like a toast notification instead
Geert van Horrik
@GeertvanHorrik

I noticed that indeed the actual call to display the notification is missing. Luckily we have an example app:

https://github.com/WildGums/Orc.Notifications/blob/develop/src/Orc.Notifications.Example.NET/ViewModels/MainViewModel.cs#L100

If you need to retrieve the service without dependency injection, you can use this method:

var notificationService = ServiceLocator.Default.ResolveType<INotificationService>();