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Chey47
@Chey47
@Chey47 never mind... it was a file i didn't include thank you for your work :)
Cliff Gunn
@ctgunn

I just did a Bower install of remarkable-bootstrap-notify#3.1.3. I'm using WebStorm as my IDE and the LESS compiler blew up immediately in WebStorm upon installing the project. I added

@import "mixins/responsive-visibility";
@import "variables";

on line 25 of responsive-utilities.less and that seems to have fixed the errors.

ssjogus
@ssjogus
hi,
the bootstrap-notify is a great plugin. i just downloaded it, and checked...

hi,
the bootstrap-notify is a great plugin. i just downloaded it, and checked...
i am facing an issue. i am not able to set offset.x

i am writing like this:

...
offset.x:20,
spacing: 5,
z_index: 1031,

...

i am not understanding, how to give correct offset.x

Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
...
offset: {
X: 20,
Y:10
}
...
Roberto Braga
@bobonov
Hi I'm trying to use update to change onClosed event. The idea is to change it based on ajax response.
Hrusikesh Panda
@mrchief
The examples seem to be having issue on Chrome Version 45.0.2454.15 dev-m (64-bit)
The notifications keep appearing and disappearing in an infinite loop
mbubnash
@mbubnash
I'm trying to do a simple replication of the demo. On site launch, I do get a notification, I am trying to setup the Generate Notify button to add another notification but it is refreshing the page, using form #GetNotification...where do I add that?
Daniel Eck
@Ecksters
Does this require bootstrap to work, or is it independent?
Nevermind, found dependencies
Gonna use that instead, thanks tho
mbubnash
@mbubnash
How can I embed the notifications list inside a div that I can scroll?
How can I embed the notifications list inside a div that I can scroll?
Danny Dawson
@dannyd4315
hi, seem to be having issues with the setting showProgressbar: false;
doesn't seem to be working, the other settings are working though
Danny Dawson
@dannyd4315
the progress bar shows with whatever I set?
Danny Dawson
@dannyd4315
just as a note I have read the issues around this, and even not including that line, the progressbar still shows? Thanks!
George Georgiou
@giorgoc
Hey, wonderful plugin. just a small issue though. when I only have 1 notification, animations does not seem to work :( when I have more than 1 then they are just fine!!
hm.. it appears that the minified animate.css is broken :) tried the non-minified and it's ok now :)
Yashar
@Yasharbi
I am trying to use bootstarp-notify , and it is fun and exciting. I have a modal panel for login/ sign-up operations and I am notifying in case of unsuccessful login , but notification appears on the blurry (disabled area) out of the modal panel. I am wondering how can I attache my notification to my modal panel or (this one will be a better solution for me) how can I show the notification on foreground and not under the blurry disables screen. I checked the "element" parameter but I couldn't find out how should I use that. should I use the jquery selector to point out the element or just id or name.
George Georgiou
@giorgoc

Hello Yarshabi,

Yes of course you can do that - I have already did this in the past. I am pretty much sure that bootstrap-notify has a z-index parameter that you can increase so that it gets higher than the bootstrap modal overlay.

George

Yashar
@Yasharbi
Thanks , it is working with z-index. I give it a higher value like 2000 or 3000 and now my notification is on foreground. :)
George Georgiou
@giorgoc
yeah great! :)
nocaut
@dikiypac
Hi!
http://bootstrap-notify.remabledesigns.com/#demo - have problem in ашкуащч
firefox
growl always animate
Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
@dikiypac please look at this issue: mouse0270/bootstrap-notify#97
I am working on updating the tag to version 3.1.5 and then releasing version 4 with an actual fix to the issue.
nocaut
@dikiypac
i can now download stabyle version?
nocaut
@dikiypac
fixed thanks
ZweHtat Naing
@ZweHtatNaing
hello I'm very new to bootstrap-notify , I want to use it when user signup email is successfully sent
How do I use bootstrap-notify within razor syntax?
nocaut
@dikiypac
bootstrap-notify very simple. that it does not work
Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
@dikiypac may I know your issue so I can attemp to resolve it?
@ZweHtatNaing I am not sure what razor syntax is due to not using it. Can you can provide we with an error syntax you are recieving I might be able to better assist you.
nocaut
@dikiypac
@mouse0270 i not have problem. all is good
Balint Farago
@blfarago_twitter
Hi! Your plugin is wonderful. Quick question though: Is it possible to fire an event when the notification is closed explicitly by the user by clicking the x button? I tried it by setting onClosed: alert('clicked'), but it was fired only when the page loaded (I show the notification on page load). Thanks
ZweHtat Naing
@ZweHtatNaing
@mouse0270 , thanks its work fine now. Its really amazing...
Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
@blfarago_twitter you can try $('body').on('click', '[data-notify="url"]', function() { ... });
This is actaully going to be a feature in version 4, with an option called 'onCloseClick'
Balint Farago
@blfarago_twitter
Thanks for the quick answer. For now, I could do it by giving the alert an id and attaching a regular onclick event to it. Looking forward to version 4!
Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
@blfarago_twitter you should be able to use the code provided above. Yeah, I was hoping to release version for early this month. However I missed up my wrist and have come to the realization that it is surprisingly hard to program with one hand.
Jake Smith
@jakehockey10
Hi there! I'm upgrading an existing project that was using the old $.growl syntax, and now that I've moved it to the newer $.notify function name, and in either case, I get an error telling me that "$.notify is not defined." I can put a breakpoint in developer tools in the bootstrap-notify code that is indeed loaded. However, I never hit the line that defines the $.notify function. Does anyone have any pointers they could give me to sort this out?
Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
@jakehockey10 can you try moving the notify plugin to the bottom of your list to verify that another plugin isn't causing a conflict. I know of one that has a conflict and that is datatables.
Jake Smith
@jakehockey10
@mouse0270 do you mean to the bottom of my bower.json? It is currently at the bottom of my dependencies :worried:
Robert McIntosh
@mouse0270
@jakehockey10 on the page where you load the plugin.