>Suggestions and Feature Requests>How to display "Distance Totals" (script) on FaceBook - *NOT* every workout
TickerFactory.com has an application displaying its data in a box on the left-side of a facebook wall. Anytime I update my TickerFactory data, visitors see the result when they visit my FB page. Very similar to the RunningAhead scripts that can be put on webpages or blogs, but it is a TicketFactory app specific to FaceBook.
I *dont* want every workout added to the wall, but would like a small self-updating box.
Is there any why to put the RunningAhead webpage/blog "Distance Totals" script in a left-side box on FaceBook wall ?
If you install the RA FB app, you'll be able to add a box to your profile.
You can find the app here: http://apps.facebook.com/runningahead
A Saucy Wench
Eric and I had a little discussion about this on FB. If you already have it installed it still seems to work, but if you dont there seems to be something wrong and it is no longer giving the option.
Mine works and these are the settings:
Account ---application settings
next to the RA application --- edit settings
There should be a selection called "Box". Add
Also under "additional permissions" tab I have both boxes checked (allow RA to access when I am not using application and publish info to my wall)
But some people are not getting the additional permissions tab right now. That's all I know and I didnt even stay in a Holiday Inn last night.
I have become Death, the destroyer of electronic gadgets
"When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - dd, age 7
Interesting. I used to have two application's profile boxes--one for my running log, the other for my reading list.
The other day my RA profile box went poof! As did the tab. I got a Message from the Facebook system in my Inbox. The RA application became no longer integrated.
I re-added it, but with the inability to put the profile box back up, just the tab.
The other app's profile box still appears, but it seems it too will be paved over in order to erect more billboards.