how can the UI code of a product be kept a step away from the customers cutomisation?

im a UI deleloper for an educational product. How can the UI code of a product be kept a step away from the customers cutomisation? Now i m keeping the product branch and client’s brach seperalty. But its really a headache to when its comes to issue fiexes.. need to update in all branches. Is any techinique to keep the product branch seperatly and client will overlide the customisations using webpack or any other technique.

Can I use conditional formatting to highlight a cell for dates less than 30 days away?

I have a large spreadsheet where I need to keep track of coming expiration dates and I would like dates which are within 30 days from today’s date OR which have already passed to be highlighted in red. However, all of the stuff I have found online so far results in the entire column getting highlighted or not no matter what I do.

What would the formula be for it to highlight both dates which have passed already AND dates within the next 30 days?

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How do I keep my SSH private key passphrase away from OSX?

I recently created an SSH public/private keypair on my Mac OSX Yosemite system and for this use-case, I wanted to encrypt the private key with a passphrase.

However, the first time I attempted to use this key, I was surprised to see a GUI component overlay itself over my terminal … that is the first time I had ever seen (or heard of) keychain.

I want nothing to do with this. I want the passphrase to exist nowhere but my own head – not even in an encrypted or keychain-vaulted safe space.

So I learned about the ssh config option ‘AskPassGUI no’ and that seems to have solved my problem. I use that ssh key and keychain seems to not be invoked and there are no GUI pop-ups, etc.

But I’m suspicious … I never liked that little Unicode key character that the Mac terminal inserts into the passphrase dialog in the terminal – it makes me think there are processes or services overlaying the terminal.

My question:

With AskPassGUI set to no, and no sign of keychain popping up, am I saving/caching/storing either my key, or my passphrase … or anything … inside OSX ?

Or am I having the simple, basic, text only relationship with my terminal that I hope to be having ?

Thanks.

Does Totem Warrior – Eagle allow you to see through anything up to a mile away?


You gain the eyesight of an eagle. You can see up to 1 mile away with no difficulty, able to discern even fine details as though looking at something no more than 100 feet away from you. Additionally, dim light doesn’t impose disadvantage on your Wisdom (Perception) checks.

Perhaps I’m being facetious, but the wording on this seems to imply that you can see 1 mile away no matter what. Through trees, dirt, rock, magic fog clouds, magical darkness, etc. It doesn’t say you need line of sight or that magical effects block it still. It says “no difficulty”. How would a DM interpret that if a player challenged him on this wording RAW?

Can you read the lips of a creature a mile away if you have the Observant feat and the level 6 Totem Warrior – Eagle class feature?

A level 6 Totem Warrior Barbarian can choose the Eagle totem, which states:

You gain the eyesight of an eagle. You can see up to 1 mile away with no difficulty, able to discern even fine details as though looking at something no more than 100 feet away from you. Additionally, dim light doesn’t impose disadvantage on your Wisdom (Perception) checks.

Combine this with the Observant feat:

If you can see a creature’s mouth while it is speaking a language you understand, you can interpret what it’s saying by reading its lips.

Using this combination, can I read a creature’s lips, speaking a language I understand, from a mile away?

What’s the best way to light up a subject that’s far away?

I am shooting a wedding for a family friend, and one of the shots she would like is of them both standing on a balcony over a stairway. It’s an old building they’re getting married in, and it is a beautiful idea for a photo. I took a test shot and the room and stairs are covered in dark wood, making the light terrible!

The idea is I will be down below, looking up at them to take the photo, so a flash would be useless. Is it just a matter of asking them to stay as still as possible, use my fastest lens, slow down the shutter and turn up the ISO if necessary as well? Or is there something I haven’t thought of.