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## How should we apply the salt to the password?

According to Wikipedia:

A rainbow table is ineffective against one-way hashes that include large salts. For example, consider a password hash that is generated using the following function (where “||” is the concatenation operator):
saltedhash(password) = hash(password || salt)
Or
saltedhash(password) = hash(hash(password) || salt)

Say I’m using Argon2(di) to store passwords. Should I use the second method or first method to hash passwords?
And as a more general question, which hash method is typically better in password storage situations? (What about other situations like HMACS?)

## What is the best practice to apply the card design in webpage?

I have a question in terms of the card design style as I was designing the website for a company.

Basically, I noticed that other company’s websites apply card design on their website. Like to display their “Key Features” or “Integration” or “Blog” in card design etc, but some just showing it in a flat style (without boxing). See examples below.

So my question is when or what is the best practice to apply the card design in webpage?

what if im designing a website that needs to show all those different sections, in which scenario i should apply card design style?

Thank you!

## SharePoint Online – Oslo Master Page doesn’t apply to modern page (UI)

I created a Team Site, I changed the master page to Oslo, but it doesn’t apply when I’m displaying a modern UI page :

As you can see, I still have the navigation on the left (I can hide it but then people won’t have the top navigation and will be stuck on the homepage).

Whereas, If I display a “Wiki page” or “Webpart page”, the Oslo master page gets applied :

We have the navigation and search bar on the top now, which is exactly what I want.

Is this a normal behavior of SharePoint Online ? Can we have a modern UI Page having the Oslo master page applied within a Team site ?

Thank you and cheers !

## Why the security trimming doesn’t apply?

It seems that the security trimming doesn’t apply for the Quick Launch in SharePoint 2013.

I’ve created 2 lists with broken role inheritance and assigned permissions to a different group for each list (one has “Full Control” and the other one has a custom permission level).

Even if the site contents (_layouts/15/viewlsts.aspx) hides the list which is supposed to be hidden for the current user, the Quick Launch doesn’t, i.e. both lists appear in the navigation links.

The security is applied when I try to access the secured list’s URL, as expected.

Am I supposed to modify any other permissions? Is there any reference to this change compared to SharePoint 2010?

## Does Surge Crystal’s effect apply before or after Chaotic Surge’s 1d4 roll?

My question is about the Surge Crystal, a psionic item from Psionics Augmented Vol 1 from Dreamscarred Press. The item itself is a headband-slotted item which grants the wearer a +1, +2 or +3 surge bonus when worn.

The exact writing includes the following:

While the crystal is active, the wearer gains the ability to manifest powers with a wild surge, as a wilder with the free surge type. (…) The wearer cannot manifest a power with wild surge if their power point pool is empty. A wilder who wields a surge crystal instead increases their wild surge by the wild surge level of the surge crystal, but does not increase the penalty from psychic enervation.

My question is regarding the bold text. The description says the wild surge levels increases. This means, if my wilder can already surge for a +2, this will give me a +5 when wearing the +3 Surge Crystal.

This is plain enough, except when it comes to the Chaos Wilder archetype and its Chaotic Surge. The description of this feature includes the following:

Wild Surge and Psychic Enervation: The chaotic wilder unlocks ways to increase her manifester level beyond the dreams of most wilders, but doing so is even more dangerous. When the chaotic wilder invokes a wild surge, she rolls a d4.

If the result is a 1, the chaotic wilder’s power manifests at one manifester level lower than normal. (…) If the result is a 2 or 3, the chaotic wilder’s manifester level is improved by 1. If the result is a 4, the chaotic wilder’s manifester level is improved by 2. When the chaotic wilder’s wild surge improves (3rd, 7th, 11th, 15th, and 19th levels) or when using perfect surge, treat each bonus the same way.

In short, this means a 1d4 must be rolled to determine the true strength of the surge.

Now for my question: Does Wilder’s base surge level (+2) and the surge level of the Surge Crystal (+3) add before or after the 1d4 surge roll?

The results would then be the following

Before surge roll

• Roll 1: 5 manifester levels lower
• Roll 2-3: 5 manifester levels higher
• Roll 4: 10 manifester levels higher

After surge roll

• Roll 1: 1 manifester level higher
• Roll 2-3: 5 manifester levels higher
• Roll 4: 7 manifester levels higher.

## Not able to apply SharePoint Retention Policy

I am new to SharePoint Online Data Governance and followed below steps

1. Created a new site
2. Created a new Retention Policy with Specific SharePoint site

When I was at step #2 got below error

No exact match was found. The URL ‘https://orgname.sharepoint.com/sites/TestRetentionPolicy’ may be invalid, you don’t have permission to access this location, or the location is not indexed by Search.

## Does a barbarian’s damage resistance from Rage apply to damage from magical weapons?

As someone who typically GMs, I’m accustomed to seeing resistances specified in monster stat blocks as “resistant to bludgeoning, piercing and slashing damage from non-magical weapons”.

However the barbarian class feature Rage states that a benefit of raging is “You have resistance to bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage,” neglecting any mention of magical weapons.

Though PCs encountering magical weapons may be rare, are there any other rules which stipulate that the basic rage resistances don’t apply towards magical weapons?

## Can you effectively apply the Sorcerer’s Extended Spell Metamagic option to the Thaumaturgy spell?

The thaumaturgy spell states

You manifest a minor wonder, a sign of supernatural power, within range. You create one of the following magical effects within range:

• Your voice booms up to three times as loud as normal for 1 minute.
• You cause flames to flicker, brighten, dim, or change color for 1 minute.
• You cause harmless tremors in the ground for 1 minute.
• You create an instantaneous sound that originates from a point of your choice within range, such as a rumble of thunder, the cry of a raven, or ominous whispers.
• You instantaneously cause an unlocked door or window to fly open or slam shut.
• You alter the appearance of your eyes for 1 minute.

If you cast this spell multiple times, you can have up to three of its 1-minute effects active at a time, and you can dismiss such an effect as an action.

The Sorcerer’s Extended Spell Metamagic feature states:

When you cast a spell that has a duration of 1 minute or longer, you can spend 1 sorcery point to double its duration, to a maximum duration of 24 hours.

Even though the duration of thaumaturgy is 1 minute, the descriptions describes the effects as only lasting for 1 minute instead of “for the spell’s duration”. Can you use the Extended Spell option on the thaumaturgy spell to meaningful effect?

There are other situations with similar interactions such as using the Distant Spell Metamagic Option on the counterspell spell, as discussed in the question: “Can you effectively apply the Distant Spell metamagic option to a Counterspell?” Where the reaction needing to be within 60 feet of you isn’t overridden by the spell.

## Apply non-linear transformation to graphics object

I would like to define some simple geometric primitives (e.g. points and lines) and see what happens when I transform them by a non-linear transformation (in my case $$(x,y)\mapsto (\sqrt x,\sqrt y)$$). The result should be an image showing $$\{(\sqrt x, \sqrt y)|(x,y)\in X\}$$, where $$X$$ is some set I defined before, like union of points and lines.

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I tried playing with TransformedRegion. I can apply it to a single line, but for example {Line[p1,p2],Line[p2,p3]} is not a correctly specified region. Also, putting TransformedRegion[Line[p1,p2],F] (for some defined function F) to Graphics does not work, since “TransformedRegion is not a Graphics primitive or directive“.