Where to find recent notifications


#1

Every time I open an Atom window, the spell check package displays a long notification that disappears before I have a chance to read it. It’s not the “create issue” kind with a button but it looks like some sort of warning or error. Is there a place where I can find recent notifications so I can actually read them? They don’t appear in the console.

Thanks.


#2

If the package author has not chosen to log the message to the console, you’re going to have to reopen Atom and screenshot the message.


#3

Ok thank you. It turned to be a message indicating a conflict between the default spell check package and linter-spell. Doesn’t look like the authors meant for the message to be read. Wouldn’t it make sense for the notifications package to systematically log messages somewhere?


#4

That sounds like a great feature suggestion.


#5

Actually, it’s just a matter of adding the following to your init script

atom.notifications.onDidAddNotification (notification) ->
  console.log notification.getMessage()

and the world’s a better place!


#6

There’s also a PR to add a notifications log at https://github.com/atom/notifications/pull/164.


#7

notifications-plus is a fork of the core notifications package that adds things like a log, a status bar count and more.