I am a fan of video game music, and have some files in .vgm format. I place these files in my Music folder along with .mp3 files. While the mp3 files show up in the Noise library, the .vgm files don’t. Is there currently any way I can add the .vgm files to the library?
It’s a funny one. I have removed the record type from user profile, I have deactivate the record type but I’m still seeing them in the record selection. Is there any way to make them disappear from this page as well?
Before I expose my problem, bear in mind:
- I have full control of my SharePoint 2016 Online collection site.
- I have a list with content types enabled.
- My 2 content types have a long list of columns (#1 = 111, #2 = 113 exactly).
- I have a default content type for a new form, while the other is not allowed on a new form.
- The default edit form hasn’t been tampered with.
My problem: when I want to edit an item, only one content type is shown (#1).
Why can’t I choose #2? And most importantly, how to fix it?
I did some search (Google and StackExchange) without any luck. Am I the only one this kind of thing happens? To my future savior, I will eternally be grateful.
I came across a sentence today –
He resents your being more popular than he is
I always thought that while comparing two pronouns they should always be of the same type, like,
She is taller than he (is)
I care for him more than her
I understand that the first sentence that I mentioned is correct but the moment you take out the is in the end, my perception begins to change.
He resents your being more popular than he doesn’t sound right to my ears.
Shouldn’t this sentence, then, be –
He resents your being more popular than his
What rule is being followed here?
Edit: The question that this one has been marked as a possible duplicate of pertains to gerunds and the usage of possessive pronouns with them while my question is regarding comparison between two possessive pronouns in a sentence. Only the sentence used as example in both the questions is same but the questions asked are entirely different.
Some of our transactional emails are starting to be sent via our internal Exstream platform. In order to accomplish this we are sending over fully composed html which is encoded so it can be transferred to SF in a standard JSON payload. We decode the email in a blank email template, and then place the data in a DE and send out the email. Our team would like to just use (1) general template that they send the multiple types (emails) of html to. In the past at SF I have always used discrete triggered send definitions for each email send â What is the best practice here?
I wanted to edit the name of the cities in the attribute table of a shapefile, for example for Turkey, there have cities like ‘EskiÅehir’ and ‘Ä°zmir’, How I can edit these names exactly the same in qgis?
I’ve copy-pasted the name for the city in Portugal ‘A CoruÃ±a’ was working (copy-pasted from Wikipedia), but for these cities of turkey weren’t.
Is anyone knows how to edit them in qgis attribute table?
Are there existing best practices on how to display search results across a different items that have multiple relationships (sometimes hierarchical).
For example, the following has:
- asset groups (hundreds)
- assets (hundreds of thousands)
- characteristic (hundreds)
- instances of that characteristic (under 5)
For example, macbook pro can be an asset. New York computers is an asset group that macbook pro is in. Macs is also an asset group with macbook pro.
Searching for “mac” should return in order of most relevant to least relevant
- macbook pro
- New York computers
How to best demonstrate those search results are different item types? Are there other websites that have done this successfully?
Scaling this to 4 is the goal, but just trying to wrap my head around 2 item types.
I am using Windows 10, 64-bit, Version 1803, Build 17134.320.
When I try to set a new “Default App” for a certain file type or protocol (eg: .txt files) to be opened in, Windows does not save the setting and keeps resetting it to the system default.
I have tried multiple ways of applying the new settings:
- Right click the file -> Properties -> Opens With -> Change
- Right click the file -> Open With -> Choose another app -> Always use this app to open .txt files
- PC Settings -> Apps -> Default Apps -> Choose default apps by file type/protocol
None are able to apply a new default app to a filetype.
When I try to change the association using option 3, the “SystemSettings.exe” application hangs for 5 seconds and then simply resets the options back to the system default.
I even contacted the Microsoft support and had two supporters remotely connected in order to fix the issue. Even they had no clue what causes it.