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Why are my notifications going up slow? I reached 199 notifications about a week ago, and I have to get 5-10 notifications before it goes up by 1. I say this because I was at 199 and got a few notifications, and it didn't go up to 200 until I got a recent notification. Does it become harder to get notification count as you get more?

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So, I think what you're seeing is the effect of compounding notifications. Which is to say, not all notifications result in a new notification object. Fan notifications and replies to the same question are groups for the purposes of the notification display and count.
I was hoping to reach maximum notifications, but at this rate it may never happen.
Or you could just check your notifications.

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Checking your notifications might help..
If you don't, I'm just going to start resetting the count in the DB. I suspect your page will start to slow down before you reach a number you find satisfactory. :P
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