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    Alayna on #3851

    Hi, disregard my earlier post, I’ve found an alternate solutions. Thanks!

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    Alayna on #3841

    Hello again!

    After further testing I realized that this code only displays the avatar of the first user who liked an activity, not everyone who liked it. Is there a fix for this?

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    Alayna on #3725

    Thank you, I gave that a try and successfully tied the event to the count, but whenever a new notification came in, the count would just go down to 1 and stay there instead of increasing.

    I can’t seem to get this working successfully so I think I’m going to give up here. Might hire a developer for it.

    Thank you for your help regardless!

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    Alayna on #3712

    Thank you, that shines a little more light on how to do so but the audio elements are throwing me off a bit.

    How do I replace “ion.sound.play(‘bell_ring’);” with a div? Since I need to bind it to the notification count, right?

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    Alayna on #3705

    Hi Brajesh,
    I’m revisiting this and having quite a bit of difficulty. Could you please give me a brief description on how to bind to ‘bpln:new_notifications’, if it’s not a bother? Thanks!

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    Alayna on #3701

    You are most welcome, thank you for providing great plugins and support.

    Yes, that’s exactly what I would like. Great to hear it can be done as part of the plugin, looking forward to hearing back from you. 🙂

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    Alayna on #3694

    Works perfectly, thank you! 🙂

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    Alayna on #3686

    Hi Brajesh,

    Just an update: with your guidance, I was able to hire a developer to complete the task as it seemed to require more than I was able to do. Thank you very much for your help once again. 🙂

    You can mark this as resolved!

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    Alayna on #3669

    Hi Brajesh, it seems like that plugin gives the ajax functionality to the reply submit button. When you create a new reply, you click submit and it adds the reply without having to refresh the page. This is a great feature (I’ll probably add it too) but unfortunately not exactly what I’m looking for.

    I think the reply form toggle is somewhere in a js file on their page. I tried taking a look at the events but can’t seem to pinpoint where it is coming from…

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    Alayna on #3663
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