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flooded of annoying notifications #476

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foxmask opened this Issue May 1, 2018 · 10 comments

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when editing a note (with a reminder), as the synchronisation is a little bit fast, the desktop is flooded of notifications with the reminder text. While I enter more and more text, my screen become unreadable with blacks blocks all arround the screen :)

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laurent22 commented May 1, 2018

When is the reminder set? Is it in the past or something like this?

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foxmask commented May 1, 2018

no it's for the 1st of june

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laurent22 commented May 1, 2018

Strange, I can't replicate this and it shouldn't display any alarm, not even one, if the date is in June. I'll do more tests to see if I can reproduce it.

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laurent22 commented May 2, 2018

On what Linux distro by the way?

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foxmask commented May 2, 2018

Debian 9.1

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laurent22 commented May 9, 2018

Do you use a specific notification system (eg. growl)?

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foxmask commented May 9, 2018

I recently met a disk space issue and removed a lot of things and now I dont meet the issue at all.
It should be related to one of this notification system ; but growl reminds me nothing as I use XFCE (not Gnome nor KDE) on my old desktop.

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foxmask commented May 9, 2018

arg :/ I reproduce it again.
I tested the sub directory feature and the notifications raise again and again :(
I'm going to check what notification system could be the cause

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foxmask commented May 9, 2018

the daemon was xfce4-notifyd. I removed it for notify-osd / grawl.
seems to be better for the moment
make some additionals tests

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