Welcome to the auction for Regmarker.com
Regmarker is an online international trademark law firm registering trademarks in 10 territories namely; United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada, China, Europe, Pakistan, Brazil, Australia, Russia and Mexico.
The company was recently launched in July and has already made 9 high ticket sales.
This business is 100% outsourced and you do not need to know any law in order…
Trademark Registry Business Serving 10 Countries. Recently Launched and Doing Well Already
Welcome to the auction for UsabilityTrial.com
Research shows that over 500 000 websites and 1500 mobile apps are launched every day!
With that in mind, we decided to create this service which gives owners of these new websites and apps access to real users who can test out their platforms before launch and provide feedback.
We launched the business in July and it has since generated 9 sales in July. (proof of income attached)…
User Testing Service. Launched June. Made $ 1000+ profit in July. 100% Outsourced.
In thinkpad X1 yoga , when i press Fn+F9 key , Settings Application is launched . Is this Genome Application ? If yes , Is it possible to launch some other application instead of “Settings” Application when Fn + F9 is pressed and how can we achieve it?
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I’m having trouble adding CLion to the dash in Ubuntu. I downloaded CLion zip and extracted it to a directory. I then used “Main Menu” to make it addable to the dash.
These settings seemed to be good and I could in fact add it to the favorites of dash. But the problem is that when I try to run the application, another icon pops up for it:
which is not very nice as it takes extra space. How could I avoid this?
Since past few days I am facing an issue. Whenever I click on atom, vs code no window appears. If I look for the processes running, I can see Atom is running.
Also if I toggle between the windows, I can see no editor (atom, vs code) is opened. Currently I am using Ubuntu 17.10. I tried uninstalling and installing again, but it didn’t work.
Please suggest some solutions. Thanks in advance
I have recently started my own online store on which I am doing a dropshipping business as started I am getting less sales but more visits. I think I have some issue regarding conversion of the people visiting my store. I have also tried conversion rate optimization tips https://www.cloudways.com/blog/conversion-rate-optimization-tips/ but that didn't work for me. Any advices how to increase sales?
A Wizard uses the spell Catapult (EEPC, p. 15-16; XGtE, p. 150) against a Scarecrow (MM, pg. 268).
Catapult flings an object that is not worn or carried toward a scarecrow and hits.
The scarecrow has damage resistance to bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing from nonmagical weapons.
Does Catapult do full damage, or reduced damage in this scenario?
When double clicking an executable .jar file located in a folder on the Desktop the java program behaves differently than when launched with ‘java -jar jarfile.jar’ from the terminal.
When attempting any IO it seems it is always trying to read from the home folder. For example:
File file = new File("testfile.txt");
Java should be looking for this file “testfile.txt” in the same folder as the .jar file is launched. However, testing shows that this is actually being looked for in /home/user/testfile.txt
What is happening? Why does this work from the terminal and not when double clicking the file.