Label Die Cutting Machine

Specifications for automatic flat bed die cutting machine 
Model LT-320B LT-420B LT-520B 
Die Cutting speed 20-300 pcs/min 20-300 pcs/min 20-280 pcs/min 
Max. unwinding diameter 500mm 500mm 500mm 
Max. web width 320mm 420mm 520mm 
Max. die cutting size 320x300mm 420x400mm 520x500mm 
Precision 卤0.10mm 卤0.10mm 卤0.10mm 
Power 7.5kw 7.5kw 8kw 
Voltage 380v卤10% 380v卤10% 380v卤10% 
Machine weight 1800kg 2100kg 2500kg 
Dimension 2700x1050x1400mm 2900x1150x1400mm 2900x1250x1400mm 
Application 
1. Glue-based products: 3C parts, foot pad, silicone, velcro backing, conductive tape, double-side tape, 3M tape and all kinds of glue-based products. 
2. Dust-proof materials: cosmetic cotton, camera cotton, high density sponge, filtering sponge, dust-proof filter, non-woven fabric, etc. 
3. Shockproof materials: EVA tape, rubber cushion, PORON cushion, 3M, flame-resistant EVA, EPDM, etc. 
4. Insulation/shielding materials: EMI Shielding material, fireproof paper, aluminum foil, copper foil, PVC, PET, k paper, sponge sheath, pearl cotton sheath and so on. 
5. Heat-conductive/ heat-proof materials : silicon sheet, transparent mica, fiber cloth, heat insulation cotton and so on. 
6. Other materials which are suitable for die cutting. 
Machine specification
All of our products passed the and sgs certification 
Manufacture and exporting all kinds of paper and plastic packing machine, such as slitting and rewinding machine, flexo printing machine gravure printing machine,paper cutting machine, A4 paper cutting machine, rotary paper sheeting machine, paper core making machine,paper core cutting machine,coating and laminating machine and plastic bag making machine. 
We have a young, motivated and excellent team, which is led by packing machine experts. Our philosophy is “Professional lead you to success “. Label Die Cutting Machine
website:http://www.cuttingmachinecn.com/die-cutting-machine/label-die-cutting-machine/

is there any way to use Label and Goto in different loops?

What are the conditions for using Label and Goto commands? In writing an algorithm I have to return to a point several times and in a different steps (and different loops), when I run the code I get

Goto::nolabel: Label start not found. Hold[Goto[start]] 

Unfortunately there is no enough information about these commands in help. So can anyone help me to use them correctly or provide me an alternative?

Should colons be styled in the same way as the preceding label is?

Is it common for designers to style a colon in the same way as the preceding label, even though the following text does not follow this style?

For instance, I have the habit of making the colon bold if the label is bold as well.

Bold: the colon is bold, as is “Bold”, but the text following isn’t.

But when italicizing, I often do not make the colon italic (for no apparent reason, simply a habit)

Italic: the colon isn’t in italics, just like the text following.

However, I think it’s best to adopt an identical approach for each case. Also, in webdesign this might be crucial to provide a semantically valid HTML structure. Would one write markup like so:

<p><span class="bold">Bold:</span> the colon is bold, as is "Bold", but the text following isn't.</p> 

Or like so?

<p><span class="bold">Bold</span>: the colon is not bold and neither is the text following it, but "Bold" is.</p> 

How to fix label position inside Manipulate?

I’m trying to make this manipulation. Initially, I use Text to add Happy Wedding. However, the function doesn’t allow me to format the font, color, etc. So I changed it and used PlotLabel. The problem is that the label position is moving with time. How can I fix its position on the top?

Manipulate[  If[n =!= nold, vHues = Table[rhue[0.2, -0.15], {n}];    mPositions = RandomReal[NormalDistribution[0, 1], {n, 2}];    vSizes = RandomReal[{0, 1}, {n}]; nold = n];     Graphics[{Thickness[t],     Table[{vHues[[i]], hea[mPositions[[i]]*s, vSizes[[i]]^e]}, {i, n}]},   PlotLabel ->     Style["Happy Wedding", 40, Hue[0.5/6], FontFamily -> "Mistral",      Background -> White],    ImageSize -> {350, 350}], {{s, 1, "separation"}, 0.1, 2,    ControlType -> Animator}, {{e, 0.5, "size variation"}, 0.05, 2,    ControlType -> Animator},    {{n, 10, "number"}, 1, 20, 1,    ControlType -> Animator}, {{t, 0.001, "thickness"}, 0.00001, 0.03,    ControlType -> Animator}, TrackedSymbols -> True,   ControllerLinking -> True,    Initialization :> {nold = 10,    hea[{x_, y_},       s_] := {BezierCurve[{{0, 0}, {1, 1 + RandomReal[]*0.3}, {0.5,           1.3 + RandomReal[]*0.3}, {0, 1}}],        BezierCurve[{{0, 0}, {-1, 1}, {-0.5 - (Plus[RandomReal[]])*0.3,           1.3}, {0, 1}}]} /.            {(x1_)?NumericQ, (y1_)?NumericQ} -> {x, y} + s*{x1, y1}}] 

Suitable label to opt-out of beta

My company is testing out a new writing recommendation tool that will help users write better blog posts. The recommendation panel will appear next to the “body” input field, which is one field in a larger form.

It’s been decided that this will be released as a beta, with an option to opt-out and return to the standard layout. Unfortunately, due to technical reasons, once a user has decided to opt-out they won’t be able to opt back in. The transition from the beta view to the standard view is seamless. Any text a user has already entered will remain, but the recommendations panel and text highlighting will disappear.

The issue I’m having is thinking of an appropriate label for the opt-out link. I’m currently using “Hide recommendations”, but I’m worried users might think this means that they can hide and show the recommendations at will. I thought about something simple like “Exit beta”, but again, I’m concerned that users might think they’ll be taken away from the form.

A warm label for a feedback button

Hopefully, this is an appropriate question, if not, I’ll delete it. I’m working on a new feature and it’s been decided that we will include a slideout feedback panel, similar to Hotjar. Currently, the label is ‘Feedback’ and it’s accompanied by a speech bubble icon.

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I personally don’t think the label is clear enough, so I’m looking for alternatives. I’ve seen both ‘Give feedback’ and ‘Send feedback’ used on other sites, but those labels feel a bit impersonal.

What is the best approach to giving a label to an ads menu?

I’m developing an mobile lock application for trying a new approach that I hope will replace existing identity check/login methods. In the app’s preferences menu, I want to add a hidden menu which will serve as ads menu, where I can show affiliate ads/product placements. I’m doing this as a seperate menu, because I want to explicitly tell the people that if they interested, they can browse through advertisements, which will support me via affiliate references; if they’re not, there is no ads to disturb the user.

In the drawer (I don’t know what exactly it is called, the black triangle at the bottom of the screen in the image I’m sharing.) I want a simple label text, one or two words, which will describe there lies a menu which contains affiliate ads. How must I approach this? What will suit this best? Must I take an different route to achieve this?

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PS. This is my first UI design for an mobile app, it can be quite ugly; sorry about this.

Use PowerApps If command to manage the text of a label

I’m trying to achieve something easy but I’m new to PowerApps and is way different than InfoPath.

I want to configure a text label to show different text based of values of other field.

For Example:

In my form I have a Choise field with Choises: Choise1, Choise2, Choise3.

When Choise1 is selected from end users I want the text label to show a specific text like CustomText1 or CustomText2.

I tried to add If in the text value of the label but it doesn’t work. I use this as I did in a training:

If(ThisItem.'DataCardValue2'.Value="Choise1","CustomText1"," No selection") 

DataCardValue2 is the Choice field I want to evaluate.

Any help?

Appropriate button label suggestions

I’m building a suggestions system to provide assistance to course providers when uploading their course advert. We provide assistance around spelling and grammar, language and structure and content. Unfortunately, due to technical constraints, we have been forced to create a system that has to be triggered by the user.

If the user enters some text into the course description field, they have to click a button to see the recommendations. The problem I’m having is finding an appropriate label for this button.

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Currently, the label is ‘Check’ but I don’t think this is clear enough. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Error en la generación de label JAVA

Tengo un problema al generar el ultimo label de mi tablero de ajedrez ya que lo imprime del tamaño completo de mi panel pero no se a que se deba este error.

La otra problemática que tengo es que en las primeras dos filas de mi tablero me pone los colores exactamente iguales pero en el resto respeta el orden que le di de acuerdo a mis condicionales.

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CODIGO

package otraprueba;  import java.awt.Color; import java.awt.event.MouseEvent; import java.awt.event.MouseMotionAdapter; import javax.swing.BorderFactory; import javax.swing.JFrame; import javax.swing.JLabel; import javax.swing.JPanel; import javax.swing.SwingConstants; import javax.swing.WindowConstants; import javax.swing.border.Border;  public class OtraPrueba extends JFrame {      JPanel jpanel = (JPanel) this.getContentPane();     JLabel label[] = new JLabel[8];     JLabel tablero[][] = new JLabel[8][8];     Border border = BorderFactory.createLineBorder(Color.black, 1);     int yPosition = 0;      public static void main(String[] args) {         OtraPrueba op = new OtraPrueba();         op.setBounds(0, 0, 500, 500);         op.setVisible(true);         op.setDefaultCloseOperation(WindowConstants.EXIT_ON_CLOSE);     }      public OtraPrueba() {         for (int i = 0; i < label.length; i++) {             label[i] = new JLabel();             label[i].setBounds(25 + (50 * i), 25, 30, 30);             label[i].setText("Q" + (i + 1));             label[i].setForeground(Color.red);             label[i].setBorder(border);             label[i].setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.CENTER);             label[i].addMouseMotionListener(new MouseMotionAdapter() {                 @Override                 public void mouseDragged(MouseEvent evt) {                     myDraggingMethod(evt);//reemplaza a los metodos j1 j2 .... j8MouseDragged                 }             });             jpanel.add(label[i], null);         }          //        Inicializa el panel.         for (int i = 0; i < tablero.length; i++) {             for (int j = 0; j < tablero.length; j++) {                 tablero[i][j] = new JLabel();                 tablero[i][j].setBounds(25 + (50 * j), 25 + yPosition, 30, 30);                 tablero[i][j].setBorder(border);                 tablero[i][j].setBackground(Color.red);                  if ((i % 2 == 0) == (j % 2 == 0)) {                     tablero[i][j].setBackground(Color.white);                 } else {                     tablero[i][j].setBackground(Color.black);                 }                  tablero[i][j].setOpaque(true);                 tablero[i][j].setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.CENTER);                 jpanel.add(tablero[i][j], null);             }             yPosition = 50 * i;         }     }      public void myDraggingMethod(MouseEvent evt) {         if (evt.getSource() instanceof JLabel) {             ((JLabel) evt.getSource()).setLocation(newPosition(evt)[0], newPosition(evt)[1]);         }     }      public int[] newPosition(MouseEvent evt) {         int newX, newY;         if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 25) {             newX = 25;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 75) {             newX = 75;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 125) {             newX = 125;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 175) {             newX = 175;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 225) {             newX = 225;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 275) {             newX = 275;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 325) {             newX = 325;         } else if ((evt.getXOnScreen() - 50) <= 375) {             newX = 375;         } else {             newX = 375;         }          if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 25) {             newY = 25;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 75) {             newY = 75;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 125) {             newY = 125;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 175) {             newY = 175;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 225) {             newY = 225;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 275) {             newY = 275;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 325) {             newY = 325;         } else if ((evt.getYOnScreen() - 50) <= 375) {             newY = 375;         } else {             newY = 375;         }          int retorno[] = {newX, newY};          return retorno;     }  }