Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Documentation/UserInterface/Preferences/Alerts


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Jan 5, 2009 4:49:47 PM (10 years ago)
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Rinoa
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    34 If you want to see an event bubble, or a <a href="http://growl.info">growl notication</a> when the event you are currently modifying happens, check this box. By default, the alert "Unhandled Notice Message" is turned on. When used, you will get an alert like the one in ''Figure 6.1''. This alert is using Growl, and not the built-in Colloquy bubbles. The options below can further customize this option, and will only be useable when this is turned on. If you d not wish to see the bubble when you are currently in Colloquy, check "...only if Colloquy is in the background." Or perhaps you don't want the bubble to go away until you are done reading it. If that is the case, check "...and keep on screen until activated". The bubble will then stay on screen until you click it. 
     34If you want to see an event bubble, or a [http://growl.info growl notification"] when the event you are currently modifying happens, check this box. By default, the alert "Unhandled Notice Message" is turned on. When used, you will get an alert like the one in ''Figure 6.1''. This alert is using Growl, and not the built-in Colloquy bubbles. The options below can further customize this option, and will only be useable when this is turned on. If you d not wish to see the bubble when you are currently in Colloquy, check "...only if Colloquy is in the background." Or perhaps you don't want the bubble to go away until you are done reading it. If that is the case, check "...and keep on screen until activated". The bubble will then stay on screen until you click it.