Notifications indicator not working

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djos
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Re: Notifications indicator not working

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Steven wrote:
Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:26 am
So the issue here is that the notification indicator does not show up?

So you just see the logo, hamburger icon, bell, and avatar?
This is as intended, because there is not enough space in that situation to also fit the notification indicator in the title bar.

I'll try to come up with something better. Suggestions welcome ;)
Yep, it looks like this:

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One option would be to just change the bell icon to red and filled in when there is a notification.
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Steven
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Re: Notifications indicator not working

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How about now? :wink:

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hollus
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Re: Notifications indicator not working

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The number still gets hidden in vertical view, but now the bell icon is shaking with a small red circle on it. Neat.

Edit, that was with two notification. Now, with only one, I still get the red circle en the bell, but the bell is no longer moving. Is this as intended?
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Steven
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Re: Notifications indicator not working

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Whenever you have notifications, the bell swings a few times after page load.
I experimented with continuous swinging, but thought this would be a bit distracting.

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djos
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Re: Notifications indicator not working

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Steven wrote:
Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:22 pm
Whenever you have notifications, the bell swings a few times after page load.
I experimented with continuous swinging, but thought this would be a bit distracting.
Works great, thanks Steven. 8)

Ps I like the red dot on the bell, it's very effective.
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