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I am still unsure what the problem was I deleted my account and recreate it and everything seems to be working fine. Seeing as the error was related the XML Parsing I am sure the XML feed associated with my account got malformed somehow. Just wish I knew How
Recently when I load prowl I get an Operation could not be completed (NSXMLParserErrorDomain error9.) I am running the latest version of the iPhone software and the device is NOT jailbroken. I have also attempted to reinstall the application without much luck. Odd thing is I am still receiving push-...
Just thought I would give you a heads up Beejive has just updated their application and modified the URL scheme. It can now support telling beejive what service and what username the push notification was for. It would be great if this could be implemented into the way Prowl opens applications so us...
- Sun Jul 19, 2009 8:36 pm
- Forum: Prowl
- Topic: Open third party apps using their URLscheme & psyBNC + Prowl
- Replies: 10
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I really hope to see Prowl turn more into it's desktop counterpart. Not sure how far you want to take this but it would be great to see places like Skype and Facebook taking full advantage of you app like the many applications do with Growl. One of the things I was disappointed about with apple when...
- Sun Jul 19, 2009 3:29 pm
- Forum: Prowl
- Topic: push notifications not working
- Replies: 48
- Views: 20898
Just as a heads up. From my experience this is how apple handles push notifications when their is more than one connection present on the device. So say if your phone is connected to wifi and you have a 3G connection. Push notifications will still be received via 3G. This is so apple can maintain a ...
So I know that we now have a great script for irssi that allows you to get Prowl notifications from your IRC Highlights and Private Messages. However, me being a ZNC user this was not very useful. I started looking around and eventually joined the ZNC channel (#ZNC on Efnet.org). Their I met some gr...