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Q: there's a red dot on the upper right side of my message icon. but when i click it i see no message

what does the red dot on the upper right side of my message icon means? coz when i clicked it assuming i have new message, i see nothing

15 weeks 1 day ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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It means you are someone that needs to be watched closely because of your views on certain issues that we can not discuss here.....
Sorry i couldn't resist

i haven't got the faintest idea ...the message should have a red numeral next to it if you have a message

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Minor Official

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Lock your door, turn off the lights, stay silent.

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I think, you should dial 'Contact Us' on the bottom of this screen immediately, and tell the Holly Boss about the red ... and ...

 

"Don't listen to the other two posters ..." 

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If you hold the cursor over the red dot, a drop down menu should appear. In that menu, it should say "Messages". It should tell you how many messages you have. Click on Messages and you can read them. 

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Could it be a laser dot from a sniper? You know Chinese have a Jones for revenge at the best of times.

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