A new feature coming in Sueetie v3.3 is Site Activity Popup Notifications. This keeps everyone informed of the action without having to reload the page to monitor the Site Activity log. Here’s an example of a Notification Popup.
Everything was jake with the Notification Popups on Sueetie.com until I noticed that a jQuery Media Set app I wrote and inserted into a ScrewTurn Wiki Page wasn’t displaying the images. This is what it’s supposed to look like.
It’s all good again. The Popup Notification is no longer in conflict with the Media Set app or any other PageLoad() dependent script. The solution was to redesign the ASPNET Notification Control to render in two sections, a PageLoad() section and the support function section. A new property called "UsePageLoadSetInterval" was added to determine how the Control will render. It is set to true by default.
Here’s an example of using the "UsePageLoadSetInterval" property in the Notification Control.
Since the ASPNET Control is no longer rendering the PageLoad() script we’re going to manually add the Notifier’s SetInterval() Code in the Media Set app’s PageLoad() script.
You want to experiment with this yourself, I’m sure. Don’t worry. Version 3.3 is coming soon!