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  1. I am once again asking for your experienced assistance. If I open a website that uses notifications I am asked to allow or block them for that website after a few seconds. This notification pops up every time the page gets navigated to, even tho you have clicked on allow for several times. I am explicitly not searching for smth to get rid of "Chrome is being controlled by automated test sw". Instead I am searching for a line of script to disable all notifications by default: like here chrome://settings/content/notifications. This is code should give you an example of what notifications I
  2. Sers, while working on another project I was in need of desktop notifications. I wanted an own implementation and from time to time the code grew and I thought about sharing it with the world. I know that there is a similar UDF out there but when my project got bigger an UDF was the best choice for me. As you can see the UDF's differ in usage and style of notifications. So, what do we have? The UDF offers the usage of permanent desktop notifications for your own script in a very easy way. Notifications are starting in the bottom right corner of your main screen and
  3. Hi, I read the forum rules and the passage "interacting with this website", too. I'm not completely sure whether it would be ok to read out my count of notifications by script (there is no automated login) as I do on a private forum where I am the webmaster. There I once in a minute read out unread posts like this: #include <inet.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> Local $iTreffer = "" Local $sPause $hGUI = GUICreate('Ungelesen', 55, 20, @DesktopWidth - 166, 0, $WS_POPUP
  4. Hello there! I've recently updated to Windows 10 and saw that new and beatiful info center for notifications. A lot of applications already support it, so I'm curious if I can get my autoit script to use the windows native notification system. Any help is much appreciated Thanks in advance
  5. Creeper v0.1.1 Creeper is a 'heads up display' notification window that appears at the bottom of the screen and moves to the top and fades away. It is a window that is semi-transparent, and transparent to clicks. Creeper is not a UDF, but rather a stand-alone script to be invoked from the command line or another script. Many notifications can be launched this way in succession without complications. Pressing right ctrl and left ctrl will remove all notifications from the screen at any time. Creeper uses an embedded IE object and is thereby capable of rich html-based notifications. The
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