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ML DP4 Facebook Integration not really works

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I installed the Facebook integration plugin on my 12A256 build DP4. The sharing function works, I can send post to my wall from notification center, etc.


But I noticed this option window:


Here I can set notifications for friend requests, photo tags, and everything. And these notifications are not working. I'm not receiving any notification about these. It just not working at all. Is this for me only, or it's simply not working yet?


Edit.: Sorry I just noticed that I posted this in wrong section :wallbash:

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I know that facebook integration comes this fall, but they released a developer facebook plugin for DP4, but only the sharing function works.

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I just found out why it's not working:

Console message:

2012.07.05. 11:17:55,398 SocialPushAgent[175]: Facebook PUSH is not supported at present.


Edit.: is it normal that the share location icon is not there on the notification center when I go to a twitter or facebook posting tool? I don't have any wifi card. Location service is enabled in system preferences > security.

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