Hey my pm's are still sometimes not coming to me while I'm online until I do a refresh of course.
Like I just got an email that I was pm-ed but the message is not there in my message inbox on OpenStudy.
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I haven't done a refresh yet just in case you want me to do something really weird.
Maybe it is being away from the site that causes it. I don't know.
Hmm, yea you are 'offline' apparently. Were you not getting notifications as well? I may have a few weird tricks I'd like you to try.
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My little tab didn't appear orange when you wrote that.
I don't know about other notifications.
I can go away and you can write something again.
just like this?
Nope, no notification. My ghost was watching ;)
Ok. So what is trick 1?
Open up a new window: http://openstudy.com/messages
You should (hopefully) get new messages in real time since it's a fresh page; I'll DM you some trickery.
Hey you sent me a pm and I see the one that was sent by the other wild cat.
alert("i'm a little teapot");
in it to see if it works. if it does, you're in the right spot.
Ok. I'm there.
Let's start simple. Anything prefixed with '>' is something I want you to type.
> typeof window.checkRecipientValidity
It said "function"
I don't know what this means but it appeared without me doing anything:
GET http://ping.chartbeat.net/ping?h=openstudy.com&p=%2Fupdates%2F502940c6e4b0754fa56133c5&u=oexro3bp9s57zerw&d=openstudy.com&g=13965&n=0&f=14&c=18.12&x=1615&y=2290&w=675&j=30&R=1&W=0&I=0&E=765&b=966&t=syv875wedqx6u2oi&V=6&_ 500 (Referrer data required.) static.chartbeat.com/js/chartbeat.js:7
nah that's a bunch of hullabaloo. It sounds like something funky on our end, honestly, rather than yr end.