Will my Tier 1 endorsement letter still be good if the three month mark passes after it has reached New York?

I’ve passed Stage 1 of the Tier 1 Exceptional Promise visa. I received my letter notifying I had passed on Feb 3rd and it’s valid for three months, so as I understand it, I must have Stage 2 of the application completed by May 3rd. I applied online on April 6th and scheduled my biometrics appointment for the earliest available date, April 15th. But with the March 29th suspension of biomentric services at all Application Support Centers in the US, it looks like I’ll be lucky if I get my application, passport, letter of endorsement, etc sent to NY before that May 3rd deadline. But as long as the package containing all those important materials including the letter reach NY before May 3rd, the letter should still be good even if nobody in their office opens the envelope until after May 3rd, correct?

Indian passport slight water mark. Is this considered damaged?

My Indian passport has got some slight water mark in it now. Is this considered damaged passport or will it be fine. The pages which has my details are all intact. It is just the first page coverenter image description here and slightly on the edges. Will I need to get a new one replaced. I have a visa appointment on Monday πŸ™

“Mark as Reviewed” UI pattern advice

Designing for an enterprise application wherein the user’s primary area of focus is on a tabled list of “notices.”

The user’s task is to look through their notices and evaluate each each one, determining which ones demand further action and which ones do not.

Above the table is an Action Bar with a wide array of actions the user can take on table content; they can check off notices in the table and then use buttons in the action bar to export, trash, comment, print list, and “mark as reviewed”.

That last one is the sticking point — I’m trying to come up with an icon that signifies “mark as reviewed.” This action would mark any selected table rows with some kind of flag indicating that they’ve been seen.

Any ideas? Previously I was using an “open envelope with checkmark” icon, but in testing users resoundingly associated this with some sort of sharing-related functionality i.e. emailing notices to other users. Thanks for your input πŸ™‚

“Mark as Reviewed” UI pattern advice

Designing for an enterprise application wherein the user’s primary area of focus is on a tabled list of “notices.”

The user’s task is to look through their notices and evaluate each each one, determining which ones demand further action and which ones do not.

Above the table is an Action Bar with a wide array of actions the user can take on table content; they can check off notices in the table and then use buttons in the action bar to export, trash, comment, print list, and “mark as reviewed”.

That last one is the sticking point — I’m trying to come up with an icon that signifies “mark as reviewed.” This action would mark any selected table rows with some kind of flag indicating that they’ve been seen.

Any ideas? Previously I was using an “open envelope with checkmark” icon, but in testing users resoundingly associated this with some sort of sharing-related functionality i.e. emailing notices to other users. Thanks for your input πŸ™‚

Eberron Mark of Making Dragonmark Variant Human

I am confused on how to apply the dragonmark variant on a human in Eberron, specifically the Mark of Making from the Wayfarer’s Guide to Eberron.

Do the dragonmark features (pg 101) completely replace the variant human set (ASI, Skill, Feat), or only the Ability Score Increase of the variant human (e.g. you still get a Feat and a Skill)?

How do the Pass without Trace and Hunter’s Mark spells interact?

I was running what was supposed to be a one-shot recently, where the party was tracking some unicorns. The party’s ranger used Hunter’s Mark on one of the unicorns, who then used pass without trace. The party then decided to check on some nearby NPCs, except that they also wanted to call it a night, which is probably convenient for me.

The Pass without Trace spell description says:

A veil of shadows and silence radiates from you, masking you and your companions from detection. For the duration, each creature you choose within 30 feet of you (including you) has a +10 bonus to Dexterity (Stealth) checks and can’t be tracked except by magical means. A creature that receives this bonus leaves behind no tracks or other traces of its passage.

The Hunter’s Mark spell description says:

You choose a creature you can see within range and mystically mark it as your quarry. Until the spell ends, you deal an extra 1d6 damage to the target whenever you hit it with a weapon attack, and you have advantage on any Wisdom (Perception) or Wisdom (Survival) check you make to find it. If the target drops to 0 hit points before this spell ends, you can use a bonus action on a subsequent turn of yours to mark a new creature.

The unicorns are probably going to be far enough away that the detection effects aren’t really going to be involved. But the tracking part… Well, Hunter’s Mark is definitely magical, but does a Survival check with Hunter’s Mark count as magical? And how would that even work if Pass without Trace leaves no traces behind?

Macbook (late 2011) wont boot after Ubuntu install, flashing folder with question mark

First timer here

I am on a late 2011 Macbookpro with new/clean 1T SSD. So no MacOS in there. I installed Ubuntu from a live USB.

Installation was so called successful. I did not do any partition myself but fallowed the steps suggested by Ubuntu which was :

partition#1 ofSCSI1 (0,0,0) (sdb) as ESP

partition#2 ofSCSI1 (0,0,0) (sdb) as ext4

However, now when I start the computer all I see is a flashing folder with a question mark on it, which apparently means no OS is found.

What can I do to overcome this? I did found some similar questions but they were from 2008 for dual booth. So did not really apply to me.

PS: I dont have problem booting Ubuntu as live.

Thanks

How to use tag to mark only given string

So here’s the deal: i’m using react to create a sample page that filters the elements of the page, it`s working properly, but now i want to mark the current filtered string on the page (just like when you ctrl-f to find something on the browser and the thing you type gets marked on the words)

app.js

import recipes from '../sample_data/recipes.json'  class App extends Component {   constructor(props) {     super(props);      this.recipes = recipes.results;     this.arr = []     Object.keys(this.recipes).forEach(index => {       this.arr.push(this.recipes[index])     })     this.state = {       searchString: '',       filteredList: this.arr     };   }    handleFilter = (newFilteredList, newSearchString) => {     this.setState({filteredList: newFilteredList,  searchString: newSearchString });   }    render() {     return (       <div className="App">         <Navbar onChangeFilter={this.handleFilter} listOfRecipes={this.arr}/>         <div className="container mt-10">           <div className="row">               {this.state.filteredList.map((food, index) => <RecipeItem key={index} recipe={food} searchString={this.state.searchString}/>)}           </div>         </div>       </div>     );   } }  export default App; 

navBar.js

import React from 'react' import logo from '../logo.svg';  const Navbar = (props) => (     <nav className="navbar fixed-top navbar-expand-sm navbar-dark bg-dark">         <div className="navbar-brand col-1">             <img src={logo} className="Navbar-logo" alt="logo" />         </div>          <div className="form-group justify-content-center row col-10 my-2">             <input                 onChange={(e) => {                     var newList = []                     var oldList = []                     if(e.targetValue !== ""){                         oldList = props.listOfRecipes                         newList = oldList.filter(item => {                             return item.title.toLowerCase().includes(e.target.value.toLowerCase()) || item.ingredients.toLowerCase().includes(e.target.value.toLowerCase())                               })                     } else {                         newList = props.listOfRecipes                     }                     props.onChangeFilter(newList)                 }}                 className="form-control col-9 mr-2"                 type="text"                 placeholder="Search"                 aria-label="Search"             />         </div>     </nav> )   export default Navbar; 

RecipeItem.js

import React from 'react'  const RecipeItem = (props) => (     <div className="col-sm-3 mt-4">         <div className="card">             <a href={props.recipe.href}><img className="card-img-top img-fluid" src={props.recipe.thumbnail} alt={props.recipe.ingredients} href={props.recipe.href}/></a>             <div className="card-body">                 <h5 className="card-title">{props.recipe.title}</h5>                 <p className="card-text">                     <strong>Ingredients: </strong>{props.recipe.ingredients}                 </p>             </div>         </div>     </div> )  export default RecipeItem; 

thanks in advance πŸ˜€

MacBook Pro – SSD problem, folder with question mark

I get random crashes and hang-ups after 2-3 hours of use, and then after I restart my MacBook Pro, I get this flashing folder with question mark inside.

I tried resetting PRAM/NVRAM and SMC but nothing works. It’s kinda hard to replicate the problem because it happens randomly. Right now it’s working fine and I’m able to post this question from my MacBook. I even tried First Aid in Disk Utility and it was not able to find any problem.

Although it only happened 2 times while I’m doing programming in Visual studio Code (I don’t know if it’s related). I’m concerned if this is a hardware or software problem, it could be an installation issue or sign of a failing SSD.

I tried diagnostic and it sees no problem. I also tried Internet Recovery (Alt + Command + r + p) but my Internet connection was so slow, I always get error 2106f.

Right now it’s working fine, so if I hold Option key during startup, I can see and select my Macintosh HD. But when it crashes and I get the folder with question mark I don’t see my Macintosh HD.

I wasn’t sure guys if this is a hardware or software problem.

And one more thing, whenever I get this folder with question mark, there is a high pitch sound coming from the right side of my laptop, I wasn’t sure if it’s coming on right speaker or right fan. The sound is high pitch, and whenever I heard that sound I knew that my computer hang-up and I will get this folder with question mark.

Update: I suspect that maybe this is related to CPU/GPU/logic board or temperature problem, I don’t know. So I went to the website:

  • http://www.fishgl.com/

to test the GPU. I opened Google Chrome and visited the website, and it caused my MacBook to heat up and suddenly it freezes. So I shutdown my mac and the folder with question mark appeared again.

Here is the photo after it freezes:

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Here’s the specs of my MacBook Pro:

  • 15″ mid 2015 with Radeon graphics.

  • 16 GB RAM

  • 512 GB SSD

  • macoS Mojave 10.14