Catches bloc editor (5.7) +

The Classic Editor plugin was used to disable Gutenberg on my site, by someone who was helping me.

The site was copied to another server and the Classic editor plugin was removed without switching back the setting. (Also the domain for the new server is different.)

I am using Divi, but want to edits posts with the Gutenberg editor

Now the site is stuck with the Classic editor

I reinstalled the Classic editor plugin and switched back to the Block editor as the default.

But the change is ignored – I cannot access the block editor

Every time I edit layout a new custom field appears:
classic-editor-remember
value :classic editor.

Even if I remove it, it comes back when I edit the page again.

Suggestions?

Does Assassinate come into play whenever the Rogue catches the target off guard?

The Assassinate ability under the Assassin subclass of Rogue states:

Starting at 3rd level, you are at your deadliest when you get the drop on your enemies. You have advantage on attack rolls against any creature that hasn’t taken a turn in the combat yet. In addition, any hit you score against a creature that is surprised is a critical hit.”

That last sentence has confused me: “In addition, any hit you score against a creature that is surprised is a critical hit.” Does that apply any time the Rogue catches the target off guard (such as an attack from hiding), or only in a surprise round?

Does catching on fire stack if a character catches on fire again while still burning?

The effect catching on fire is unclear on if it can happen multiple times to a character. For example, the spell Fires of Purity (Complete Divine p.165) states:

Any creature taking fire damage from fires of purity must succeed on a reflex save or catch fire. Creatures on fire burn for 1d4 rounds and take 1d6 points of fire damage each round, unless they succeed on Reflex saves (at the spell’s DC) in subsequent rounds or douse themselves in water (see Catching on Fire, page 303 of the Dungeon Master’s Guide).

So for a hypothetical situation, a dual-wielding fighter makes 5 attacks against a creature and hits all 5. The target must make 5 Reflex saves, and they fail 3 of them. Which scenario happens:

Scenario A: Max Damage

  1. The creature takes 3d6 “catching on fire” damage the first round from the initial ignitions
  2. The creature takes up to 3d6 fire damage for the next 1d4 rounds (1d6 fire damage for 1d4 rounds for each of the 3 attacks)

Scenario B: Medium Damage

  1. The creature takes 3d6 first-round catching on fire for the 3 times it caught on fire
  2. The creature takes 1d6 damage each additional round for the maximum number of rounds equal to the highest of its three 1d4 round duration rolls

Scenario C: Least Damage

  1. The creature takes 1d6 first-round damage, with no additional damage since it’s already on fire
  2. The creature takes 1d6 damage each additional round for the highest number of rounds from its three 1d4 round rolls

Damaging spells stack, per the discussion in this question, but this isn’t a spell. This is effectively a non-magical effect that boils down to “does a character who continues to be exposed to an effect that catches one on fire get more on fire.”

Write a regular expression which catches user $HOME in shellscripting

I’d like to write a regex in shellscript which would compare the user input path to user$ HOME. Then it would raise an error in case the user input path contains the user $ HOME. The home folder normally starts with /ort/home but /ort part is not a must. When I run it always gives a valid path although I clearly enter an invalid path. What am I doing wrong? Thanks. Please refer following link[1] if necessary to see how regex are used in shellscript

My attempt is as follows

#!/bin/bash  function user_input () {          read -p "Type the path for project1:" user_path          string1="$  {HOME}"         echo "$  string1"          if [ "$  user_path" = "$  string1 | /ort/home/+.* |  .*+/home/+.*"  ]; then               echo "Not a valid path, contains $  HOME directory"                 else              echo "valid path"         fi }  function main() {  user_input }  main 

Terminal output

Please note first entry is a valid path and other two are invalid paths.

jenny@server32:~$   ./test.sh  Type the path for project1:/scratch/random /ort/home/j/jen valid path  jenny@server32:~$   ./test.sh  Type the path for project1:/ort/home/j/jen /ort/home/j/jen valid path  jenny@server32:~$   ./test.sh  Type the path for project1:/ort/home /ort/home/j/jen valid path 

[1]https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2237080/how-to-compare-strings-in-bash

Does it exist any gadget that catches and copies all the digital information?

When I was watching Prison Break there was a device that was catching all the digital data and copying it. Do similar info-gathering devices really exist?

The device must be within several feet of the object it needs to read, and sometimes has difficulty reading data through safes and other metal objects. For a file as large as Scylla, it may take several minutes to copy the entire file. If the transfer is interrupted, it must start from the beginning of the file, it cannot pick up where it left off.

This is the process of copying Scylla