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NotifyOSX 2... Daniel K. Bergey is the original creator of the display style aptly named NotifyOSX for Growl. This version of the display styles addresses some bugs with his and the Growl teams implementation of the notifications.
What's New
Version 1.3.1:
  • The possibly corrupted disk image in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard provided by Jim Mitchell of jimmitchell.org: Thank you!
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Intel/PPC, Growl.

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Dana Sutton commented on 07 Oct 2007
Since I've been using Growl for a couple of years, this looks interesting. But I need more information than this notice or the developer's site provides about what it does and how to use it.
[Version 1.2]

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Spot (developer) replied on 12 Oct 2007
This is a modified version of the bundled display style NOtifyOSX.
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rampancy had trouble on 12 Oct 2007
For some reason which I can't understand, this plugin won't appear in Growl's list of display styles, even after a removal and reinstallation of the preference pane.

I'm guessing a .plist or something somewhere is corrupted or isn't working right, but I don't know what it could be.
[Version 1.2.2]

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Spot (developer) replied on 12 Oct 2007
Yes, it might be a problem with the plist file. Try removing com.growl.growlhelperapp.plist and installing the style again.
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rampancy commented on 12 Oct 2007
Hi Niklas,

I am able to get it running, but the way the notification window is rendered is all wonky...it's rendered in large text with large icons on a totally transparent background.

I'm wondering if this might be a WebKit issue - this is on a 700 Mhz G3 iBook w/10.4.10 (incidentally, this works fine on an MBP).
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Spot (developer) replied on 12 Oct 2007
Yes, I have seen that happen once in a while, looks like the web kit engine did not load the css file. I have no real idea on how to fix it. Try updating Safari (if you have not already) and install a fresh copy of the style. You might also try logging out and in again (or restarting your computer) to reload the web kit in Mac OS X:s memory.

Please tell me if you still suffer from this problem or if you managed to solve it.
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Downloads:2,947
Version Downloads:1,395
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:04 Dec 2007
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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NotifyOSX 2... Daniel K. Bergey is the original creator of the display style aptly named NotifyOSX for Growl. This version of the display styles addresses some bugs with his and the Growl teams implementation of the notifications.


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