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New update bar #252

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giuliot opened this Issue Jun 22, 2012 · 5 comments

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giuliot commented Jun 22, 2012

We use your widget to display some tweets on out website and I had a request to have an update bar at the top if there are new tweets, much like Twitter itself does. I noticed this feature is not available at the moment so I added it.

I can submit a patch file if you'd like. Just let me know.

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purcell commented Jun 22, 2012

Sure -- I'd be interested to take a look. If possible, please submit a pull request via github. I'll then review the code for potential inclusion.

If that's not convenient, then please paste your patch as a gist (see "Gist" at the top of the github pages), and include a link to it in a comment on this issue. :-)

Thanks,

-Steve

giuliot commented Jun 22, 2012

I use subversion so I've created a gist patch (hoepfully in the right way)

https://gist.github.com/2973494

On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 4:26 PM, Steve Purcell <
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wrote:

Sure -- I'd be interested to take a look. If possible, please submit a
pull request via github. I'll then review the code for potential inclusion.

If that's not convenient, then please paste your patch as a gist (see
"Gist" at the top of the github pages), and include a link to it in a
comment on this issue. :-)

Thanks,

-Steve


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purcell commented Jun 22, 2012

Cool! Thanks. I think there's an even easier way to do it, BTW, without modifying the existing code. :-)

I'll try to put together some code to demonstrate it...

-Steve

giuliot commented Jun 22, 2012

That would be fantastic. And I thing it's a feature that lots of people
would want.

Giulio

On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 4:38 PM, Steve Purcell <
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wrote:

Cool! Thanks. I think there's an even easier way to do it, BTW, without
modifying the existing code. :-)

I'll try to put together some code to demonstrate it...

-Steve


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jaarong commented Aug 23, 2012

I'd love to see this feature, any progress?

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