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Fulltime247

Member Since Aug 31, 2009  131 posts Fulltime247 Sep 02 2009 at 07:12
Possible to be able to READ Notifications and have the count on the Splash Page go back to Zero. I don't like thinking I constantly have a Notification to read AND I dont want to delete them just to clear them (sometimes I like to keep em for a little while to see a progression of messages)

It ain't easy being Cheesy!
Staff

Member Since Jul 31, 2009  1281 posts Ethan (Staff) Sep 02 2009 at 07:58
Thank you,
You do have a valid point, so we'll see what can be done regarding this matter.

Elkart

Member Since Aug 01, 2009  941 posts Elkart (Elkart) Sep 02 2009 at 08:09
You just click the little x no? Mine's all gone...

Chang beer is evil.
Elkart

Member Since Aug 01, 2009  941 posts Elkart (Elkart) Sep 02 2009 at 08:09
Ah, i see, ignore me...

Chang beer is evil.
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