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Since they've never heard of Growl, I highly doubt they are informed enough to pinpoint it as the sole cause. Growl doesn't directly interact with hardware (or control the cursor) so it's a dubious claim. To uninstall Growl you need to stop Growl (you can use the button in the pref pane or the item ...
excomax wrote:There are several other threads and posts about this problem. And there's still no solution or update from Logitech itself.
However, 1.1.3 will address this from our end.
- Tue Apr 15, 2008 3:05 am
- Forum: Growl
- Topic: Recovered files always shows up in my Trash
- Replies: 12
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We've addressed it in the next update, as the beta release notes indicates. Applications will need to update their included Growl framework for it to entirely go away.
darkxsun wrote:Looks really great. My only suggestion is this:
Previously there was some text telling what version of Growl was current, and its release date. If this is still there, I'm missing it. I thought that was very useful.
Fixed, thank you for your report.
If Growl is working it's not actually a problem with Growl then (it displays whatever is sent to it) so you should look to help from those who are familiar with GyazMail, which seemingly no one is here.
- Tue Apr 01, 2008 1:40 am
- Forum: Growl
- Topic: Confused... Works when not installed, not when it is...
- Replies: 3
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Simple answer - it's not Growl. When Growl's not installed iScrobbler is using its own notification display mechanism.
Uninstalling and reinstalling won't change anything, you need to understand what your configuration is and why things occur as they do. Each display can have it's own durations as I noted previously, and each application can have its own associated display (so Adium could have Smoke, while GrowlTune...
That's an oxymoron :) A sticky notification (no need for caps shouting) stays on screen unless the user specifically interacts with it to remove it. There's no timeout associated with sticky notifications. The only option that would emulate this is to leave notifications on screen if you are idle, w...