I have a sharepoint blog site where I want to Set Permissions so that normal users can only edit their own blogs rather than managing ‘all blogs’ but users on “owner” group will be able to see everything and edit them.
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Command to show “ipconfig /all” equivalent
Is there a program or command to show all networking information (IP & subnet mask, Gateway, DNS servers, Hostname, DHCP lease info, DHCP server)… conveniently with one command, like the built-in Windows ipconfig /all does? I have searched and searched, but online search results just keep showing “10 useful Linux Networking commands”. If you don’t know, you don’t have to let me know by commenting that you don’t know, or going off-top about creating a script to do this-n-that. Just looking to see if there’s a little proggy out there to do this 🙂
OS: Kubuntu 18.04.2 LTS Kernel: 4.18.0-25-generic Shell: bash 4.4.19
I put my tasks on my calendar as ‘all-day’ events (there is Google Tasks for Calendar but I don’t want to use it). However, since August ended with a Saturday, there is not a single day of September displayed on the month view of August, so I can’t drag-and-drop my events from August to September. I don’t want to click and go to the edit view of every single August event/task and change the date to September.
Is there a faster way?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful that we have a touchscreen keyboard.
All the good keys are there for normal language…
Keys are there to get into
vim command mode….
And I can write my
bash scripts in emoji!
But wait, now I’m stuck!
How do I:
- ESC (escape command mode in vi??) Can’t get back my work!!
- CTRL (I can’t CTRL+Z to jump back to the same shell)
- ARROW KEYS (How am I ever going to play Kings Quest on DosBox???)
There is nothing more exciting than having your own very high metric PBN, especially for someone who loves to see his/her website rising in terms of ranking on the major search engines just like the sun rises in the morning. This expired high metric list was made in India for Indian businesses by an All-Indian team.
When I go to “Desktop & Screen Saver”, I see about 20 different screensavers. All online resources I’ve found have directed me to one of these locations, none of which contain ALL of the screensavers. In particular, I just want to edit/poke around in the .saver file for the Floating screensaver.
I can only find the abstract art screensavers like Flurry, Arabesque, Shell, Word of the Day, Random. There are other screen savers I can use, like Floating, Flip-up, Reflections, Origami, …
Where are all of the other screensavers?
I’ve looked in these folders:
/Library/Screen Savers (only contains a folder with a bunch of pictures) ~/Library/Screen Savers (empty) /System/Library/Screen Savers (only contains abstract screen savers mentioned above) /System/Library/Frameworks/ScreenSaver.framework/Versions/A/Resources (contains a bunch of irrelevant files)
Usually in browsers in touch devices, in scrollable areas, a scrollbar only appears when a user touches it and starts scrolling by moving their finger (in some it never appears at all) –
Is this something I can count on 100% to be implemented in ALL mobile/touch browsers? (i.e. none will show an always-visible scrollbar by default) I need to know, for a design decision.
Is it more appropriate to use “Deselect All” or “Select None” or some other phrase to indicate the opposite of “Select All”?
Context: A toggle button in an iOS app UIToolbar that will select all items on screen, then change title to indicate it will clear the selected state of all items. Note that space is limited as there will be multiple buttons in the toolbar (so I wouldn’t use “Clear Selection”).
One option could be to only use “All” then change it to “None” but users may not know it’ll modify selection state. Another complexity is there is also a “Range” button which allows selecting a range of items. So it too is related to selection state yet it’s not titled “Select Range” due to the limited space. Could these be replaced with icons instead of text? I could add a non-interactive label that reads “Select:” but I’ve never seen that on a toolbar I don’t believe.
Is there anything on iOS that implements this functionality? Being consistent with the system would be best.