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GabeU
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Community notification emails have stopped.

The last Community notification email I received was at 5:40PM EST yesterday.  Since then, there have been many replies and such that have prompted notifications within the Community itself, but no email notifications to accompany them.  

 

I've reset the Community email notification settings, but that didn't make any difference.  

 

Thanks.


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Good morning folks,

 

Thank you for your patience while we continue to investigate. While we currently can resolve this issue as it pops up on a user by user basis, we're still working on pinpointing the root cause of this forum notification issue to apply a permanent and universal solution. I'll keep this thread updated on news as we get it.

 

If you notice your e-mail notifications not arriving when you should be receiving them, please let me know ASAP; posting in here is fine. Include the approximate date and time of the notification received in the community that didn't arrive as an e-mail notification.

 

Your cooperation, patience, and understanding are much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Liz

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maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

Some notifications are now coming through, though not all. 

Thanks for these updates folks!

 

-Liz

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@GabeU wrote:

 

 

I hope it continues.  🙂


Hey Gabe,

Why are most of your posts ending with  "🙂" ?

Isn't that an ASCII hard carriage return?

Hope ya find this in MSN inboxSmiley Happy

GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV


@kitnbob wrote:

@GabeU wrote:

 

 

I hope it continues.  🙂


Hey Gabe,

Why are most of your posts ending with  "🙂" ?

Isn't that an ASCII hard carriage return?

Hope ya find this in MSN inboxSmiley Happy


It's just something I learned how to do a few months back and have been using it, probably too often.  

 

If you press Win + .  you'll see a bunch of options. 


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Good morning folks,

 

Thank you for your patience while we continue to investigate. While we currently can resolve this issue as it pops up on a user by user basis, we're still working on pinpointing the root cause of this forum notification issue to apply a permanent and universal solution. I'll keep this thread updated on news as we get it.

 

If you notice your e-mail notifications not arriving when you should be receiving them, please let me know ASAP; posting in here is fine. Include the approximate date and time of the notification received in the community that didn't arrive as an e-mail notification.

 

Your cooperation, patience, and understanding are much appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Liz

If you have a tech or billing question and need help, please start a new thread in the appropriate board. Unsolicited Private Messages may not get replies.

Slow performance? Click me!


@GabeU wrote:

@kitnbob wrote:

@GabeU wrote:

 

 

I hope it continues.  🙂


If you press Win + .  you'll see a bunch of options. 


OK, Ill bite.

@GabeU 

I have to ask.

I have a Start menu key, and a "most used" key. But I have no special keyboard key "Win"

Where is it? 

I am also using Win7

 

maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

I don't think you have the key in Win 7. Here's what it looks like:

 

windows-key.jpg

GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV

@kitnbob 

 

It's your Start Menu key.  It's also called the Windows key.  

 

CtrlWindowsAlt.jpg


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maratsade
Distinguished Professor IV

I had totally forgotten what it was called in Win 7. 🙂

 


@GabeU wrote:

 

 

It's your Start Menu key.  It's also called the Windows key.  

 

 


 

@maratsade 

@GabeU 

Thanks guys.

In Win 7 when I do Win + it starts Magniifier

Tried that before I asked.

I do have a program called CharacterMap in system tools

 

 -  ӝӏԏӢӄӫЪ

 

have no idea what that spells in machine language

 

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GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV


@kitnbob wrote:

@maratsade 

@GabeU 

Thanks guys.

In Win 7 when I do Win + it starts Magniifier

Tried that before I asked.

I do have a program called CharacterMap in system tools

 

 -  ӝӏԏӢӄӫЪ

 


Edit:  It looks like what would be in place of a curse word.  😛 

 

Actually, come to think of it, I don't think it works with Windows 7 anyway.  I didn't know this until just looking it up.  Sorry. 

 

BTW, Win + . means pressing and holding the Windows key, then pressing the period key.  The + means and in this case.  (Win + .)

 

This is what it brings up in Windows 10...

 

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@GabeU wrote:

@kitnbob wrote:

@maratsade 

@GabeU 

Thanks guys.

In Win 7 when I do Win + it starts Magniifier

Tried that before I asked.

I do have a program called CharacterMap in system tools

 

 -  ӝӏԏӢӄӫЪ

 


Edit:  It looks like what would be in place of a curse word.  😛 

 

Actually, come to think of it, I don't think it works with Windows 7 anyway.  I didn't know this until just looking it up.  Sorry. 

 

BTW, Win + .pressing   (Win + .)


(Win + .) Still launches Magnifier  with or without the period. 

I usually avoid emojies pages  Cat Surprised     - Kitnbob

 

GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV


@kitnbob wrote: 

(Win + .) Still launches Magnifier  with or without the period.  


It sounds like you're pressing the Win key and the Plus sign key (+).  Those two together are the shortcut for the magnifier.  

 

Again though, I believe this emoji shortcut (Win key and period key) is a Windows 10 only feature.


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@GabeU wrote:

@kitnbob wrote: 

(Win + .) Still launches Magnifier  with or without the period.  


It sounds like you're pressing the Win key and the Plus sign key (+).  Those two together are the shortcut for the magnifier.


Well Yea!  thats what I have been doing all along. My mistake.

 

But thats what you posted all along   Win + .

Win and + and .    would tell me something different   just like Alt and 234 would produce  Ω

Alt and 43  would produce +

Ive been using Alt+ characters for years even back in 98.

I think that Win Key has been on every keyboard since 95.

(thats Win98 and Win95 for all you youngsters.)

We didnt have smileys and emojis back then and I still not interested in them. Cat Sad

 

I think we are on the same page now  ♪♫ ♪ arnt we? ¿ ¿

 

GabeU
Distinguished Professor IV


@kitnbob wrote: 

But thats what you posted all along   Win + . 


I did, as that's how "Win AND period" is written out when giving key instructions.  When the plus sign is one that needs to be pressed, it's normally in parentheses, like 'Win + (+)', meaning 'Win AND the plus sign', which brings up the magnifier.  

 

I should have spelled it out in the first place.  My apologies. 


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