How to list of allowed users of a taxonomy term?

I am using the Permissions by Term contributed module in order to modify the permissions of users based on the taxonomy terms on a node. This is not a problem, however I would like to retrieve a list of the users who are allowed to see this content in Views.

I have tried creating a View of Taxonomy Terms and looking for a field for the allowed users. I have also tried looked for any relevant options in the Relationships area.

Is there a way to retrieve this information, preferably without custom code?

No comments are allowed here .htaccess file

I have recently purchased a VPS to run some of my websites, but I have an issue.
I have several sites running on this VPS and all them are working fine, except the new which has been currently added.
I found in /var/log/apache2/error_log file that the error related to the new account is:

No comments are allowed here 

While other domains are working fine and also .htaccess file of other domains have comments in the file.
Could you help me why I have this error and I cannot reach my new website?
Before I ask question here, I’ve googled a lot and all the results told me AllowOverride option should be All, while it is the same.
I wonder why other domains are working fine, but just the new account is encountered this issue.
Server details:

OS: CentOS 7 (Cloudlinux) CP: cPanel 

Thanks in advance

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Is it possible / allowed to upcast ritual spells?

For example, say I’m a level 11 bard that has the spells Leomunds Tiny Hut(LTH) or Alarm. LTH is a 3rd level spell with the ritual tag, Alarm is a 1st level spell with the ritual tag. Since they are rituals they can be cast without expending a spell slot. The question is, is it possible to cast LTH or Alarm at say 6th level, (which Bard’s at 11th level have 1 6th level spell slot) as a ritual, thus making it harder to dispel the enchantment.

The reason I ask this is because spells like LTH and Alarm are pretty good for setting up camp, but they can be dispelled by an attacking party with a simple Dispel Magic, and since they are a 3rd level spell or lower the spell effect is ended immediately without the enemy even needing a roll.

In my mind, if a spellcaster has the ability to cast spells at 6th level, they should be able to embue a ritual spell they cast with that level of power, as a ritual.

ManualRefresh of list view web part gives error: Accessing the ‘caller’ property of a function or arguments object is not allowed in strict mode

SP 2016 On Prem

I have a list view web part in my form. After adding a new item to the list via dialog box, I want to show the new item. (Without refreshing the entire page of course.)

The solution found here from bkwdesign works great in Chrome:

How to refresh a data view web part in place, without reloading the page?

$  ('#WebPartWPQ3').find('#ManualRefresh').click(); 

But when I try it in IE 11 I get the error:

Accessing the ‘caller’ property of a function or arguments object is not allowed in strict mode

I don’t have ‘use strict’ anywhere in my code so I don’t know what’s triggering this.

I found some posts that talked about changing this <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=10"/> to reference IE 11. But I don’t have authority to change that and I don’t want to effect any other sites.

How can I get this to work on my individual site for IE 11? I’m open to using a different refresh method if that’s necessary.

Thank you

What are you allowed to do while using the Warlock’s “Eldritch Master” feature?

One of my Warlocks has taken an interesting turn…after casting a spell that required concentration, he used his “Eldritch Master” feature. Next turn, he cast Eldritch Blast.

This series of turns raises a few questions for me:

  1. Can you maintain concentration while using “Eldritch Master”?
  2. Can you take any actions during the one minute of “entreating your patron”?
  3. If the answer to either of my questions is no, would I simply not allow said Warlock to use “Eldritch Blast” (and end his concentration for the spell), or might his patron find the fact he is multitasking while asking for favors offensive, and turn down his request for the spell slots?

“Eldritch Master” Warlock feature:

At 20th level, you can draw on your inner reserve of mystical power while entreating your patron to regain expended spell slots. You can spend 1 minute entreating your patron for aid to regain all your expended spell slots from your Pact Magic feature. Once you regain spell slots with this feature, you must finish a long rest before you can do so again.

“Concentration” says:

Normal activity, such as moving and attacking, doesn’t interfere with concentration.

But does using this feature count as “normal”? I’m not quite certain on much of this, and I find the “Eldritch Master” description quite vague. Please help!

Why am I allowed to turn my focusing ring beyond infinity?

Is there a good reason why I can turn the focusing ring on my lenses beyond infinity mark on focusing scale? Following recent questions about focusing in the dark (here and here), it sounds like a real usability issue.

When I’m focusing manually, I only care about the infinity mark on my focusing scale, but there is around 5-10mm of room (depending on the lens) beyond infinity mark. Why is it there?

Is λ allowed in Deterministic CFG?

I have a non-deterministic CFG that says

S-> aS | aB | bB | λ;
B-> bB | λ

And I’m asked to create a deterministic CFG from that. I understand why the given CFG is non-deterministic because it contains

S-> aS | aB | […]

But I think what I’m confused is why in my book does it say that A->λ productions are not allowed? I can’t think of any other way to keep the solution a deterministic CFG if λ is not allowed.