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Twitter bought Tweetdeck. Using Firefox or Chromium, after entering the website displays a notification to install Unity interface integration.

Unfortunately this does not work, and really care about notifications, because I got used to those in Chrome, and since Chrome is trying to cut off.

Can you help me?

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Why does this not work? Which error do you get? – Hennes Jan 14 '14 at 18:45
I don't have any error, and I don't have notification's, or any Unity addon, like this: – TheEgo Jan 14 '14 at 21:28
Got any lucky with that? I think that Tweetdeck integration with Unity would be great. – euDennis Feb 21 '14 at 23:22

I think that Twitter Unity Webapp is configured to use any subdomain and since Tweetdeck is a subdomain (, it try to install that one... but doesn't work.

I made a simple Unity Integration for Tweetdeck - it includes the Launcher, Alt+Tab and Dash integration.

Take a look on my Github: (If anyone know something about Twitter API, could make a deeper integration)

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