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By the way, by "no documentation" I´m referring to Views Autorefresh. It is either not complete or conflicting.
Thanks for this info, but can't get it working with Statuses view. There is just about no documentation or it's conflicting, even from module maintainer (on Drupal vs. Blog). I'm using the default Statuses block, which only autorefreshes the current user's status updates, does not autorefresh friends' status updates (that is how it normally works). So I added Views Autorefresh. I have tried using the maintainer's instructions, but don't get a Secondary Display on the original view unless I have a Page display within that same view. Have you tried with Statuses? Just to confirm your steps:
1. First, I clone the original view and ADD a Contextual filter. In mine it is Statuses Comments: Created time (with operator).
2. ADD to the cloned view the Global: Text Area, PHP. Nothing else in the Header. Have also tried it with a simple Global: Autorefresh.
2. In the ORIGINAL view, I ADD the same Global: Text Area, PHP code. Nothing else in the Header or contextual filters?
I've tried just about every variation and nothing works. Can you offer any advice?
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