how to utilize if condition in Link for JSON column formatting in Sharepoint?

I am trying to remove all of “AAA” links from a link column called “LinkList” using JSON column formatting.

“AAA” is a link not txt. I am in trouble to hide all of this kind of cells in that column.

Tried some coding, but most of them hide all this column or just made some links unavailable. Please help me. Thanks!

{   "$  schema": "",   "elmType": "a",   "txtContent": "@currentField.desc",   "attributes": {     "href": "=if("LinkList"==[$  AAA], ‘hide’ , '’)",     "Target": "_blank"   } } 

How can I use a Meta Data column in a SharePoint Designer Workflow for a Condition

I have written a workflow in SharePoint Designer 2013 to send an email once 60 days before a contract date expires. I would like to use my managed meta data column to set a condition to only send the email if Business Function = IT (In image I have used the term ID). I cannot get this to work. It has been suggested the problem arises due to meta data. Looking for some help to understand how to add stages to my workflow to allow the use of the managed meta data column. enter image description here

Scheduling artisan command based on condition in crontab

I have several artisan commands. The command will send emails (newsletter) to users who have subscribed to my site whenever there are new announcement(s) or tender(s) posted in my site.

So my question is, how do I schedule command in this condition? The command will only run whenever announcement(s)/tender(s) is/are posted in my site.

Running this command below in my crontab definitely schedule the command to run but it will run all the time.

* * * * * cd /var/www/pdt-pahang/ && php artisan newsletter:tender >> /dev/null 2>&1   * * * * * cd /var/www/pdt-pahang/ && php artisan newsletter:announcement >> /dev/null 2>&1 

How do I change the command in my crontab so that it would fit my condition? Any help would be appreciated. I hope I’m not in the wrong place to ask this…

SharePoint 2013 – format webpart list column text not based on a condition

I would like to change the color and text size of a calculated column in a SharePoint 2013 not based on any condition. Searching online I have only been able to to find ways of applying conditional formatting but don’t have the experience to modify the JS to suit my needs. I am using the JS Línk method. CSS seems not be an option because it will effect other lists on my page.

Any help would be much appreciated!

Does the ‘Obsession’ condition mean that the character loses their 9-again ability from other sources when not pursuing their obsession?

The condition ‘Obsession’ on page 290 of my book reads as follows.

Something’s on your character’s mind, and she just can’t shake it. If she’s abiding by that obsession, exploring that emotion, or otherwise pursuing the object of the obsession, enjoy the 9-again quality on all rolls. When she’s not, you lose the 9-again quality.

Resolution: Fulfilling the obsession, therapy.

Does the wording of ‘you lose the 9-again quality’ mean that other sources of 9-again, like the two-dot bonus from the Professional Training merit, are no longer applicable until the condition is shed?

Do actions that impose the Grabbed condition limit the use of a hand?

The Grapple action states:

Requirements You have at least one free hand. Your target cannot be more than one size larger than you.

You attempt to grab an opponent with your free hand. Attempt an Athletics check against their Fortitude DC. You can also Grapple to keep your hold on a creature you already grabbed.

Critical Success Your opponent is restrained until the end of your next turn unless you move or your opponent Escapes (page 470).

Success Your opponent is grabbed until the end of your next turn unless you move or your opponent Escapes.

Failure You fail to grab your opponent. If you already had the opponent grabbed or restrained using a Grapple, those conditions on that creature end.

Critical Failure If you already had the opponent grabbed or restrained, it breaks free. Your target can either grab you, as if it succeeded at using the Grapple action against you, or force you to fall and land prone.

Similarly, Snagging Strike is worded as:

Requirements You have one hand free, and your target is within reach of that hand.

You combine an attack with quick grappling moves to throw an enemy off balance as long as it stays in your reach. Make a Strike while keeping one hand free. If this Strike hits, the target is flat-footed until the start of your next turn or until it’s no longer within the reach of your hand, whichever comes first.

Finally, Combat Grab is worded as:

Requirements You have one hand free, and your target is within reach of that hand.

You swipe at your opponent and grab at them. Make a melee Strike while keeping one hand free. If the Strike hits, you grab the target using your free hand. The creature remains grabbed until the end of your next turn or until it Escapes, whichever comes first.

All three of these actions seem to be unclear on the “state” of the free hand that is doing the grabbing while the target is afflicted with the Grabbed condition. It is clear that the attacker usually must remain within reach of the target, but it is only implied that the hand remains occupied for the duration and unable to be used for other actions.

The intent with this question is to determine if it is possible to Grapple/Snagging Strike/Combat Grab a target with one action, and then follow up with Double Slice (which has a requirement of “You are wielding two melee weapons, each in a different hand.”). The character would be wielding a melee weapon in one hand, and a gauntlet with the free-hand and agile qualities in the other, thus meeting the two melee weapon requirement (as the gauntlet counts as a simple melee weapon, working past the unarmed attack not counting as a weapon), as well as the free hand requirement for the grapple action.

When do you roll for the confused condition?

Whenever a creature is confused…

If a confused creature is attacked, it attacks the creature that last attacked it until that creature is dead or out of sight.

At the same time…

Roll on the following table at the beginning of each confused subject’s turn each round to see what the subject does in that round.

The instructions are conflicting. Should I only roll if the creature has never been attacked since the confusion effect started, or if all creatures that attacked the already-confused target are dead or out of sight?