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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by civilizedrat, Jun 24, 2007.
Turn off sticky for that notification?
Why not go to the Adium or Growl forums?
(Sorry I don't have the solution)
This is a much larger forum, I don't see any reason why he shouldn't check here. Besides, like I said I'm 99% sure he just has "Sticky" checked for that event notification in the Adium prefs.
You must have the sticky notification option selected. This happened to me last week.
System Preferences> Growl > *unclick* idle: [ ] Sticky Notifications after 30 sec on inactivity.
That's probably not where he has it checked or it would be happening for every program, not just Adium. He probably has Sticky checked under the details for events in Adium.
Thanks for the replies guys. Nope, I don't have the sticky box checked under events in Adium. Yet, that particular notification stays up although the others don't.
How to Turn off Growl
Go to System Prefs > Growl (should be all the way at the bottom) > Application > Uncheck the apps that you don't want growl to work on.
To turn it off completely, System Prefs > Growl > Click Stop Growl