If you receive a large number of items within a particular period of time, Microsoft Outlook displays a single Desktop Alert to indicate that you received several new items.
This prevents your desktop from being crowded with alerts that could potentially interfere with your work and temporarily obscure a portion of your desktop.
I am so exhausted from this problem and I would be very greatful for any help!
Thanks, Tim Hi Craig, Thanks for your reply and your most amazing Jquery Tip library there is. After pasting in your code there were no signs of a tooltip. Now all I need is to get the date clicked data from fullcalendar as well as the X/Y co-ordinates and we're in business.
Desktop Alert notifications don’t appear during the initial synchronization of an email account or when you request a manual Send/Receive.
For example, you can set a flag on a message, delete a message, or mark it as read—all without opening your Inbox.
If you are using a Microsoft Exchange account or a POP3 e-mail account, a Desktop Alert is displayed only when a new item arrives in your default Inbox.
Ok so here is a sample of what can be done with the fullcalendar day Click() callback. It crashes my browser on both my Linux and Mac machines.
Here is a link to a thread of someone on this forum who had the exact same requirements of QTIP, however I dont know if they were using fullcalendar.