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That's a very interesting question.1 person found this helpful
(see : http://webtoolkit4.me/2009/08/13/jquery-growl-likenotification-systems/ for a list of options)
You'll probably also want to alter the CSS for the theme so that the CSS class that is used to display the success message doesn't use a colored background.
Sounds like an interesting science project....
Hope this helps.
Thanks for your answer.
I thought about this a bit and maybe there is another possible solution.
How about creating a plugin that is run on page load and checks if a hidden html item with a specific id is empty or not. If it is not empty it displays the message in a growl like way.
Yes, that would work too. You'd basically need to set the value in the hidden field based on the outcome of the process, but yup, that would work.
Hi, I found this thread because I had the exact same question. Has the op's problem been solved and if so, how?
my original question was more of philosopical nature, so i don't have a working solution for using the notification plugin for success messages.
I've heard of "armchair filosophy". "Armchair programming" is new to me but it sounds promising.
I know that this thread is kinda old, but here is a blog post on how to do Growl notifications in APEX for the Success and Failure messages