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      Notifications disappear from notifications tab.

      Curious if there is a way that when I click on notifications that when I choose one it doesn't delete all the other notifications. Possible? Probably been mentioned before.
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      Re: Down Time

      Quote Originally Posted by empyr3al View Post
      Curious if there is a way that when I click on notifications that when I choose one it doesn't delete all the other notifications. Possible? Probably been mentioned before.
      Hi There,

      Clicking on the thanks and likes erases the quote notifications and not visa-versa. Neither the thanks or quote notifications should remove the private message notification. I guess that somewhere along the line the thanks modification conflicts with the quote modification at notification level?

      No, it is not something I had come across before, nor heard anyone on the (developers) board mention. If I get chance I will look into it but as I have mentioned before in a previous thread, hacking the modification is not an option.

      You have the option to view thanks, likes and notifications via the tabs in your profile.
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