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In the descriptions of monster action options, what’s the difference between “one target” and “one creature”?

Something I have been wondering about since I started DM’ing: in the Monster Manual, most actions specify “one target”, while some have “one creature”.

Example with Ghouls & Ghasts: Bite specifies one creature, Claws specify one target.

What is the difference? Does it matter for regular play?

On a once a day user action: 24 Hours Reset vs. Midnight Reset

When a user is able to perform an action only once a day, for example getting a free ticket for a competition, there are two possibilities I came across in my experience.

1) 24 Hours Reset

If he performs the action on day 1 on 11:45 PM, he can only perform the action again on day 2 on or after 11:45. He won’t be able to do it 11:44 on day 2.

2) Midnight Reset

No matter what time the user performs the action on day 1, as soon as it turns midnight and day 2 starts, he will be able to do it again.


Both limit the user in performing only one action a day, but I most often come across method 1, who I think is pretty inconvenient for two reasons:

  • First I have to wait for the time
  • and second over a long time period, the timestamp of me performing the action will become later and later, since I won’t be able to perform the action exactly at that timestamp everyday, only a couple of seconds or minutes later.

Is there any reason, that a company would prefer method 1, albeit the in my opinion important disadvantage for the user stated beforehand?

Can a familiar use the Help action on an ally within 5 feet without being within 5 feet of the enemy the ally is attacking?

I was looking at the thing a familiar could do in combat and found the Help action.

The description of the Help action is as follows:

You can lend your aid to another creature in the completion of a task. When you take the Help action, the creature you aid gains advantage on the next ability check it makes to perform the task you are helping with, provided that it makes the check before the start of your next turn.

Alternatively, you can aid a friendly creature in attacking a creature within 5 feet of you. You feint, distract the target, or in some other way team up to make your ally’s attack more effective. If your ally attacks the target before your next turn, the first attack roll is made with advantage.

As I see it the following could be possible:

  1. I, my familiar, and an enemy are standing in a line so that I am standing between my familiar and the enemy.
  2. My familiar can use the Help action on me to give me advantage while standing 5 feet from me and 10 feet from the enemy.
  3. The enemy can not hit (without ranged attack or reach) my familiar.

This seems strange to me as there are a lot of people saying that a non-owl familiar is very vulnerable when using the Help action as they would be in range of the enemy, but in the situation that I just described it seems that my familiar seems safe.

Am I missing something here or is this totally possible?

WP multisite run action on activate_blog

I’m using some functions running on activate_blog hook and it works fine on new blogs but does’nt seems to work after a deactivation/reactivation of sites..

add_action( 'activate_blog',"SOFT_run_at_blog_activation");  function SOFT_run_at_blog_activation($  id){   global $  wpdb;   $  Q="SELECT * FROM ".$  wpdb->prefix."options WHERE option_name LIKE 'MY_OPTION'";   $  key=$  wpdb->get_row($  Q);   if($  key){     switch_to_blog($  id);     update_option('MY_OPTION',$  key->option_value);     restore_current_blog();   } } 

Any ideas? thanks

How to use ConfirmFormBase to confirm the action of another form?

I have a form that allows users to upload a CSV file. Upon submit, I would like to show a confirmation form (“Are you sure you want to import this file?”).

However, the Drupal 8 examples for ConfirmFormBase seem to only focus on building the confirmation form without actually showing how one gets to that form from another form.

Can someone provide an example of a regular form that then works in conjunction with a confirmation form?

Android Action Button On Notification Itself

Because of Android O’s new policies, I can’t run a background service while my application isn’t running in the foreground.

So, I’ve to run a foreground service – more specifically, a service with an uncomfortable notification.

It’s being seen like this below: with a “Watchdog Running” title

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But, I want it to be like this below:

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Why ?: Because I think that the layout part that has covered the action button is much in hight in contrast to the notification height and it’s increasing the total notification height what might not be comfortable to the user.

So my question is, is this a good idea?

What is the term for the design pattern/micro-interaction where you speed up an action by holding a button?

I think most of us are familiar with the interaction of holding onto a button and watching a particular value increment or cycle through at a constant speed.

However, I think it is common practice for many devices and applications these days to also incorporate a secondary interaction when you hold onto a button, which is to speed up when you hold onto it for a set amount of time.

What is the term used to describe this design pattern or interaction? Are there other variations of this interaction that exists (i.e. other than just speeding up)?

Magento 2 Confirmation widget confirm action

I’m trying to execute a function on confirm widget confirmation, but the confirm action is firing on load page always.

Here is the HTML:

<a class="action accept" id="accept_user" href="#">     <span>         <?php /* @escapeNotVerified */ echo __('Accept'); ?>     </span> </a> 

And Here the JS:

<script> require([         'jquery',         'Magento_Ui/js/modal/confirm'     ],     function($  , confirmation) {         $  ('#accept_user').on('click', function (e){             e.preventDefault();             confirmation({                 title: 'Accept user',                 content: 'Do you want to accept this user?',                 actions: {                      confirm: function () {                         <?php /* @escapeNotVerified */ echo $  block->activateUser('$  userId'); ?>                     },                      cancel: function () {                         return false;                     }                 }             });         });     }); </script> 

How to execute the confirm action only when user click on Accept button from confirmation modal?

It’s for frontend area.

Thank you!!