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Notifications on Windows 10 #303

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rameshbhomani opened this issue Jul 9, 2020 · 14 comments
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Notifications on Windows 10 #303

rameshbhomani opened this issue Jul 9, 2020 · 14 comments

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@rameshbhomani
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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 9, 2020

Hi,

I am using Windows 10. I have enabled Notifications (Sound and Desktop) for each column but I am not getting any notification.

When I go to Options -> Notifications, I am able to see the Notification Example on top right.

Thanks
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@chylex chylex commented Jul 9, 2020

Try restarting the app, make sure notifications aren't muted (right-click an empty space, there is a Mute Notifications checkbox in the menu).

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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 9, 2020

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@chylex chylex commented Jul 10, 2020

Do you have any other computer to try? Do you have any applications that could interfere, i.e. something that prevents windows from appearing on top?

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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 14, 2020

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@chylex chylex commented Jul 15, 2020

Interesting... are you running only one instance of the app? How many columns and accounts do you have in total?

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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 15, 2020

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@chylex chylex commented Jul 15, 2020

Can you please try installing Dev Tools (checkbox in the TweetDuck installer), open it (Ctrl+Shift+I), click Console, and see if you can spot any differences in error reports or warnings between 1 column and 2+ columns?

I'm specifically asking for differences because Twitter likes to throw a lot of errors, so the list will probably be full of errors like

Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 403    api.twitter.com/1.1/statuses/home_(...)

which isn't necessarily useful since it happens all the time, but if you see anything that only appears when notifications aren't working, that might be useful.

Also, if you find something, I'd recommend removing any potentially identifiable information (such as any longer sequences of digits or other characters that don't "make sense", those could be account or timeline IDs).

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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 15, 2020

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@chylex chylex commented Jul 15, 2020

Don't know what's going on then, sorry.

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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 15, 2020

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@chylex chylex commented Jul 15, 2020

You can add a single Search column with a search query from:xyz abc OR efg OR hij

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@rameshbhomani rameshbhomani commented Jul 15, 2020

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@benji34 benji34 commented Aug 1, 2020

I have same problem. TweetDuck seen in part of volume mixer,but then disappears .

Windows 10

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@chylex chylex commented Jan 17, 2022

Is this still an issue in the latest version?

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