Creative Cognito Forms notification email that contains all form details

I would like the email that I receive as a notification from a Cognito Forms entry to have the same formatting as the PDF document I can download. I would want it to look like the form as it is being filled out. Currently when I include entry details into the notification emails, it just lists the entries without the form questions. I can see the Document Template upon submission, which is the same as the pdf file attached to the email, but I would like the body of the email to have that information as well.

Compile cells when cell contains certain value

In Google Sheets, I have a range of values as follows:

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I am looking for a formula that will search the range, find all of the cells that is a ‘wire’ (contains the term “wire”) and outputs the range to a compiled list of all of the wires in the A column list like this:

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I could tell you what I’ve tried, but I haven’t even gotten close, so I feel it’s irrelevant.

Here is a copy of the example spreadsheet for copy-paste if needed:

Как отфильтровать данных коллекции IQueryable с помощью свойства объектов из другой коллекции IQueryable используя операции where и contains

Есть две коллекции IQueryable:

  1. IQueryable<> Users со свойствами объекта, одно из которых Id
  2. IQueryable<> AuthorizationLogs cо свойствами объекта, одно из которых userId (что-то вроде внешнего ключа к Id из коллекции Users).

Как с помощью операций where и contains можно отфильтровать коллекцию AuthorizationLogs по свойству Id из коллекции Users и вывести count отфильтрованных объектов в коллекции.

18 word mnemonic seed that contains word outside of BIP39 wordlist, struggling to recover BTC

I was recently asked to recover a sum of lost Bitcoin bought in 2015, but have been unable to as of yet. I have only been provided with: a passphrase/password, a 12 word mnemonic phrase(valid under BIP39, but shows no transactions in electrum, regardless of use of passphrase), an 18 word mnemonic phrase(the majority of which are not in the BIP39 wordlist, nor the electrum old/new wordlists, e.g. mccartney, hopkinton), and the address: 1CfadqyBDRPt62S9UvBHDPtqRu2kSvwPPu.

I have already tried a large number of combinations with the 12 word mnemonic and passphrase on the website, and none of the addresses provided have yielded a connection with the given address. The 18 word mnemonic is not accepted, and provides the error message: ‘X not in wordlist, did you mean X?’

Any help/ideas would be appreciated.

How to move a Linux RAID which contains LVM, to a new computer?

I moved 4 disks (disks /dev/sd[abcd]) to another computer.
These disks contain a rather complicated RAID configuration:

# lsblk NAME                   MAJ:MIN RM   SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda                      8:0    0   2.7T  0 disk  ├─local-docker_tdata   253:1    0   5.5T  0 lvm   │ └─local-docker       253:2    0   5.5T  0 lvm   ├─local-raid0_rmeta_3  253:9    0     4M  0 lvm   │ └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   └─local-raid0_rimage_3 253:10   0 838.4G  0 lvm     └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   sdb                      8:16   0   2.7T  0 disk  ├─local-docker_tdata   253:1    0   5.5T  0 lvm   │ └─local-docker       253:2    0   5.5T  0 lvm   ├─local-raid0_rmeta_2  253:7    0     4M  0 lvm   │ └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   └─local-raid0_rimage_2 253:8    0 838.4G  0 lvm     └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   sdc                      8:32   0   2.7T  0 disk  ├─local-docker_tmeta   253:0    0    88M  0 lvm   │ └─local-docker       253:2    0   5.5T  0 lvm   ├─local-docker_tdata   253:1    0   5.5T  0 lvm   │ └─local-docker       253:2    0   5.5T  0 lvm   ├─local-raid0_rmeta_0  253:3    0     4M  0 lvm   │ └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   └─local-raid0_rimage_0 253:4    0 838.4G  0 lvm     └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   sdd                      8:48   0   2.7T  0 disk  ├─local-docker_tdata   253:1    0   5.5T  0 lvm   │ └─local-docker       253:2    0   5.5T  0 lvm   ├─local-raid0_rmeta_1  253:5    0     4M  0 lvm   │ └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   └─local-raid0_rimage_1 253:6    0 838.4G  0 lvm     └─local-raid0        253:11   0   3.3T  0 lvm   nvme0n1                259:0    0 238.5G  0 disk  ├─nvme0n1p1            259:1    0   200M  0 part /boot/efi ├─nvme0n1p2            259:2    0     1G  0 part /boot ├─nvme0n1p3            259:3    0    70G  0 part / └─nvme0n1p4            259:4    0 167.3G  0 part /home 

Alas, mdadm --examine --scan and sudo mdadm --detail --scan return nothing.

This means that I cannot rebuild the RAID configuration on the new machine with
sudo mdadm --detail --scan | sudo tee -a /etc/mdadm.conf.

Can you suggest how can I recreate that RAID on the new machine?


  • Machines use RedHat rhel 7.

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If the user agent contains information that could potentially be abused, why would every browser send it to every website?

As far as I’ve seen, every browser I use have a long User-Agent HTTP header that is as detailed as that it contains specific browser versions (or can be used to accurately deduce browser version, sometimes a little more about the host environment).

Assume there’s an either known or 0-day vulnerability of some specific environments that allows a web page to do something wacky, a web server could easily do so by checking the user agent string and send malicious code to only vulnerable clients.

I doubt it’s hard to think of other exploits where the UA string plays an important role.

Given that, why would an average browser still send this information to whatever website you visit?