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I am currently using the "MSN messenger for Mac" version of the messenger and I am wondering if anyone knows how to go about fixing alerts for new messages. I have looked through the settings and I have it set to where if someone messages me, the message comes up then disappears then the little MSN men icon bounces for 15-20 seconds... after that, there is no indication of a new message. If for some reason I leave my computer and someone messages me, it is a while before I even find the message... does anyone have any suggestions on how I can get an alert that shows until I see the message?
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You could keep msn the top app and then you could see it
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what do you mean by keeping it the top application? how do you do this? I'm willing to try whatever...
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I mean minimize anything else thats potentially open.... You could do that, or i've just developed a habit o checking in on msn now and then.
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You may want to consider trying Adium the all-in-one Mac IM client.

http://www.adiumx.com/

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