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IRCCloud Notifier

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Toolbar notifier for IRCCloud highlights

Image from store IRCCloud Notifier
Description from store Get IRCCloud notifications even when you're not running the app. Click the toolbar icon to see a list of important messages you might have missed and reply inline. Changelog ====== 1.5 * Fix stream connection issue 1.4 * Fix redirect loop 1.3 * Higher res notification icon 1.2 * Support "Notify on all messages" setting for channels 1.1 * Fixed double notification issue on first install

Latest reviews

  • (2016-07-28) Pavan Maddula: its not working on googlechrome-Version 52.0.2743.82 (64-bit) for macitosh
  • (2015-01-23) Wish I knew about it sooner.
  • (2014-05-01) K. Kaland: The only problem I have with this extension is that it constantly uses a bit of CPU, presumably to maintain a websocket connection. This affects laptop battery life, though, since one has to keep Chrome running in order to benefit. It'd be nice to be able to configure polling (or somehow reduce energy usage). e.g. to just check every 5 or 10 minutes instead of as it happens. After all, IRCCloud itself will show notifications on the desktop when one actually has the site open. If it's closed, one can usually wait a bit to know that something has happened.
  • (2014-01-16) Robert Sogomonian: Slick way to keep up to date with notifications that have been received throughout the day, especially after long periods of not checking IRCCloud. I don't want to scroll through all that backlog. Now I don't have to!

Latest issues

  • (2016-07-31, v:1.5) Matt Burnham: Only shows "please login"
    Can't get it past "Please login at irccloud.com"
  • (2016-03-18, v:1.5) Tim Wisniewski: Installing Crashes OSX
    Oddly enough, when I click "Add to Chrome" from my macbook pro 15" retina (el capitan), it logs me out of my osx account, sending me back to the login screen. Logging back in shows everything starting up again, suggesting it quit everything. I did this twice in a row and it's never happened before.
  • (2015-08-08, v:1.4) Stopped connecting
    No longer connects to my running IRCCloud instance. How do I restart it?
  • (2015-04-08, v:1.4) Sean McArthur: Use with enterprise?
    Is it possible to use this extension with an enterprise install of IRCCloud?
  • (2015-02-21, v:1.4) Source Code?
    Is the code available somewhere? I'm curious how this extension works with the API.
  • (2014-10-19, v:1.3) Tom Murray: Won't connect
    It's also stopped connecting for me. I've tried a browser/extension restart, signing in and out of IRCCloud. Still hangs on connecting.
  • (2014-10-19, v:1.3) Artie T.: Extension won't connect
    It just hangs on Connecting.. forever. I'm signed in on the website.
  • (2014-05-01, v:1.3) K. Kaland: My review (CPU usage)
    Hi! I'm the one who posted the review I'll paste in after this. I figured it would be easier for you to respond like this if you have any tips. The only problem I have with this extension is that it constantly uses a bit of CPU, presumably to maintain a websocket connection. This affects laptop battery life, though, since one has to keep Chrome running in order to benefit. It'd be nice to be able to configure polling (or somehow reduce energy usage). e.g. to just check every 5 or 10 minutes instead of as it happens. After all, IRCCloud itself will show notifications on the desktop when one actually has the site open. If it's closed, one can usually wait a bit to know that something has happened.

Statistics

Installs
239 history
Category
Rating
4.5 (10 votes)
Last update / version
2016-02-04 / 1.5
Listing languages
en

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