GraphicsGrid $\to$ Beep “The shared stylesheet “Stylesheet-review-topics.nb” could not be \ found. The default stylesheet will be used instead.”

12.0.0 for Microsoft Windows (64-bit) (April 6, 2019)

I have a notebook in which using GraphicsGrid causes a beep "The shared stylesheet "Stylesheet-review-topics.nb" could not be found. The default stylesheet will be used instead."

I copied the entire content of the notebook to a new one, set the style sheet to the one shown, and saved over the original notebook. Same thing happens. I created a new notebook and set the style sheet to the one shown, and it does not beep. My notebooks are fairly large, and I really don’t want to spend a lot of time untangling what amounts to a nuisance. I also doing like being annoyed.

This kind of think happens from time to time, and I’m never sure why. Any ideas?

What can be a reason of a “The requested URL / was not found on this server” error in case of an addon domain?

Let’s say I have a site hosted on I’m adding an addon domain to the server (shared hosting): and point this domain to the server IP address.

Visiting provides the same site as, since they point to the same server. That’s OK.

Then I’m adding an other addon domain and point it to the server IP. When visiting I get the error: The requested URL / was not found on this server.

Can you tell me a reason how this could happen? I don’t get it.

SOCK: Non authoritative – host not found

Hi there
These days I am getting a message that says:
download failed (SOCK: Non authoritative – host not found) –……..
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Is this a problem of the website in general, of gsa ser or of some configuration?
GSA SER has been working correctly these days, but I made some changes, like just selecting dofollow and suddenly those messages started to appear.
Any ideas?

No authorized routine named “SQLJ.INSTALL_JAR” of type “PROCEDURE” having compatible arguments was found

My goal is to deploy a Java routine to a DB2 server. After reading Deploying Java routine class files to DB2 database servers on p.267-268 of IBM DB2 10.5 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows Developing User-defined Routines (SQL and External) I issued the following call in IBM Data Studio:

call sqlj.install_jar('file:/C:/Projects/javadb2.jar', 'javadb2'); 

where C:/Projects/javadb2.jar is the path on the DB2 server machine to the JAR to be deployed to its local filesystem. It throws the following error:

No authorized routine named "SQLJ.INSTALL_JAR" of type "PROCEDURE" having compatible arguments was found.. SQLCODE=-440, SQLSTATE=42884, DRIVER=4.18.60

I tried under the regular user and under db2admin to no avail. The only question that I found for this error on SE was where they added a 3d parameter, so this is not my case. Anyhow, with or without the 3d parameter of 0, it still fails with the same error message.

Where can more information be found about Dragonmoots?

In the Rise of Tiamat campaign, Dragonmoots are briefly mentioned in chapter 14:

And again on chapter 9:

Other than these two instances there seems to be nothing else to be found, at least in D&D 5e sources. Even the FR wiki has nothing to add on this topic. Is there any source that details the dragonmoot tradition on the Forgotten Realms?

No route was found matching the URL and request method. I don’t understand where the problem is

When I send parameters, I get this: No route was found matching the URL and request method.

/**   * Add json data on plugin.  *   * */ add_action('rest_api_init', 'register_api_hooks'); function register_api_hooks() {   register_rest_route(     'passwordless_register/v0', '/register/(?P<name>[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)/(?P<email>[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)/?aam-jwt=(?P<token>[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)',     array(       'methods'  => 'POST',       'callback' => 'wc_rest_user_endpoint_handler',     )   ); }  /**  * Register a new user  *  * @param  WP_REST_Request $  request Full details about the request.  * @return array $  args.  **/ function wc_rest_user_endpoint_handler($  request) {   $  request = new WP_REST_Request( 'POST', 'passwordless_register/v0/register/(?P<name>[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)/(?P<email>[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)/?aam-jwt=(?P<token>[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)' );   $  username = $  request['name'];   $  email = $  request['email'];   $  response = array();   $  error = new WP_Error();   if (empty($  username)) {     $  error->add(400, __("name field 'username' is required.", 'wp-rest-user'), array('status' => 400));     return $  error;   }   if (empty($  email)) {     $  error->add(401, __("Email field 'email' is required.", 'wp-rest-user'), array('status' => 400));     return $  error;   }   $  user_id = username_exists($  username);   if (!$  user_id && email_exists($  email) == false) {       $  password = wp_generate_password( 20, false );     $  user_id = wp_create_user($  username, $  password, $  email);     if (!is_wp_error($  user_id)) {       // Ger User Meta Data (Sensitive, Password included. DO NOT pass to front end.)       $  user = get_user_by('id', $  user_id);       // $  user->set_role($  role);       $  user->set_role('subscriber');       // WooCommerce specific code       if (class_exists('WooCommerce')) {         $  user->set_role('customer');       }       // Ger User Data (Non-Sensitive, Pass to front end.)       wp_nonce_field( 'wpa_passwordless_login_request', 'nonce', false );       $  unique_url = wpa_generate_url( $  email , $  nonce );       $  response['code'] = 200;       $  response['message'] = __("User '" . $  username . "' Registration was Successful", "wp-rest-user");       $  response['mail'] = __("Mail '" . $  email . "' Registration was Successful", "wp-rest-email");       $  response['password'] =  __("Pass '" . $  password . "' Registration was Successful", "wp-rest-pass");       $  response['url'] =  __("Link '" . $  unique_url . "' Registration was Successful", "wp-rest-url");     } else {       return $  user_id;     }   } else {     $  error->add(406, __("Email already exists, please try 'Reset Password'", 'wp-rest-user'), array('status' => 400));     return $  error;   }   return new WP_REST_Response($  response, 123);           } add_action( 'after_setup_theme', 'passwordless_register/v0' ); 

What kinds of training and research are possible within the paradises found within a Rod of Security?

The Rod of Security gives a person access to ‘any paradise one could imagine’, specifically:

‘… the rod then instantly transports you and up to 199 other willing creatures you can see to a paradise that exists in an extraplanar space. You choose the form that the paradise takes. It could be a tranquil garden, lovely glade, cheery tavern, immense palace, tropical island, fantastic carnival, or whatever else you can imagine.’

This ageless paradise has a 199 day limit, divided by the number of occupants staying within Example: a party of five gets ( 199 days / 5 people = ) 39.8 days maximum. Once out it takes ten days to regain this 199-day-persons capacity.

Plenty of rest, good times and amazing food (i.e. ‘possible weight-gain hazard’) – but so much free time… with incredible resources! Imagine gaining new tool proficiencies, catching up on some downtime stuff or whatever you like. But could one research old &/or new spells? Develop a formula / blueprint / pattern for almost any magic item? Research ancient lore in a paradise-library? Suddenly this rod is a very powerful item. Possibly derailing a campaign – or even presenting as a bit too powerful?

Given access to ‘any paradise’ – be that training &/or library-research – what limits exist for players’ gains in skills, abilities &/or knowledge?