Great work tutelagesystems, and welcome to the forum.
Ahh and yeah nice to see you following the Posting Rules!!
This is a discussion on Facebook Notifications within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: Extension: Facebook Notifications Developer: Tutelage Systems Latest Version: 0.3 Download: (see attachment) Description: This handy plugin will travel off to ...
Extension: Facebook Notifications
Developer: Tutelage Systems
Latest Version: 0.3
Download: (see attachment)
Description: This handy plugin will travel off to Facebook and retrieve the notification list for you. You must be logged into facebook (just like gmail) and it will only return the number of notifications you have. If you click on the facebook logo (as seen in picture) it will take you to your facebook home page.
This is really only the first version as I hope to get more time to work on it and continue working on it.
Please let me know what you think, thank you.
* Made the toolstrip smaller show it only shows the icon and the number of new notifications.
* Updated the code to show when you are not logged in (says Login).
Last edited by tutelagesystems; 08-04-2009 at 02:29 AM.
Thanks for the welcome Chrome.
Very nice, thank you. Just one question... is there a way to disable the text "Facebook" and show only the icon?
I can definitely trim the text down and only show the Icon (#).
Thx for great extension...very similar to GMail Notify, isn't it?
There's one uncomfortable bug: If I'm logged of from facebook, this happens: http://yfrog.com/9f20090730142954p
to nandayo: just edit 'toolstrip.html' and delete desired text It's located in
c:\Documents and Settings\user_name\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User\Data\Default\Extensions\cedohcnccbniikjpmejelboihgmhalbi\0.2\toolstrip.html
Hi Guris, Yes that was one of my issues that I need to fix definitely. And yes, I did use the gMail extension as a base and extended it to fit the needs of facebook.
In function getNotificationCount I changed
toCode:var count = getdigits(notifications); if(count == "") count = 0;
I know it does not solve the problem itself but the UI result is sufficientCode:var count = getdigits(notifications); if(count == "" || count > 10000) count = 0;