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I started a new text message and never out in a contact and it disappeared before I could send it where did it go

I started a new text message but never put in a number or a contact where it was going and then someone else texted me that I open the text and then all of a sudden that new message I was writing that was really long disappeared where can I find it where did it go I looked everywhere I use the web browser I asked Siri I asked google I can’t find it

10 Things your mom never told you about GSA Search Engine Ranker

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http://asiavirtualsolutions.com/10-things-your-mom-never-told-you-about-gsa-search-engine-ranker/

Allot of people are having a hard time understanding what to do or what is needed to run GSA Search Engine Ranker. I have produced over a 3000 gsa projects in the past 3 years so i do have a little experience when it comes to using of GSA Search Engine Ranker, so I decided to put together a blog post on the essentials things you need to run it and important settings.

This will be usefull for people planning on starting with GSA SER or are allready using it but need some help.

Topics covered are as below:

Things You Need

  • GSA Captcha Breaker

  • TXT Captcha Solver

  • Recaptcha Solver

  • SERengines.com

  • Proxies

Important Settings

  • Auto Throttling

  • HTML Time Out

  • Blacklist Filter

  • Advance Settings

  • Indexing

The information is free of charge, you dont have to subscribe or pay anything

http://asiavirtualsolutions.com/10-things-your-mom-never-told-you-about-gsa-search-engine-ranker/

Are there any ways to regain the ability to cast Wish after suffering the 33% chance to never be able to cast it again? [duplicate]

Are there any ways to restore your ability to cast Wish after suffering from the stress described in the final paragraph and losing your ability to cast it?

From the description:

The stress of casting this spell to produce any effect other than duplicating another spell weakens you. After enduring that stress, each time you cast a spell until you finish a long rest, you take 1d10 necrotic damage per level of that spell. This damage can’t be reduced or prevented in any way. In addition, your Strength drops to 3, if it isn’t 3 or lower already, for 2d4 days. For each of those days that you spend resting and doing nothing more than light activity, your remaining recovery time decreases by 2 days. Finally, there is a 33 percent chance that you are unable to cast wish ever again if you suffer this stress.

Selling an item, received money by Interac e-Transfer, buyer never pickup the item. Is it a scam? [closed]

I’m selling an item on Facebook Marketplace. I set up an exchange meeting with a potential buyer. The buyer sent me the money (50 CAD) beforehand via Interac e-Transfer. Before accepting the money, I made sure that I was on the real Interac website. I also made sure that I was on my real bank website before entering my username password to accept the money. The money was finally deposit in my account.

The problem is that the buyer never showed up and now he keeps making up excuse to not come pick up the item. This has been three months now.

I still have his money and the item. I did not lose any money. Is this some sort of long term scam or am I facing a really slow person?

Connections that never end…

Probably THE biggest annoyance about Scrapebox for me has been situations where a job refuses to end (even when you press stop) due to open connections.  This monster rears its head in several places, but most often when running Check Links on a bunch of domains.

I’ve tried everything…
  – reducing the number of connections to a crawl
  – waiting for hours (and even a full day)
  – hitting stop and waiting
  – Shutting down Scrapebox and trying it again (and again and again)
  – Writing the vendor
…and more

Nothing seems to help.

Right now, for example, I have a list of about 100,000 urls that I want to link check. The first pass made it through just fine. It found about 7000 successful links.  I’ve found that I often need to run several more passes to check all the urls so I ran it a second time (with 150 threads)…it choked up leaving me 113 open threads when returned a few hours later.  I tried it again…same result.  I tried it again with 90 threads…same result.  I’m in the middle of some other gymnastics at the moment.

I wrote the creator a few months ago and his answer really didn’t seem satisfying….and could be summed up as “Yeah, there’s no way to close down threads that remain open on Windows”.  First and foremost, that seems almost inconceivable. Surely there is some software way to simply terminate threads (especially after a period of time or after hitting stop).  I can’t imagine that Windows forces threads to remain open….indefinitely.  But….the second issue is….  Even if the above were true and there’s no way to force threads to close, I should at least be able to regain control of Scrapebox so I can save the data that just took hours to collect.  I mean, when harvesting I’m able to save the URLs on a periodic basis (like every 10,000 for example)….and there’s always the files in the /Harvester_Sessions directory.  With Check Link, though, it seems like I cannot get any such files.  If the Active Threads ceases (as it often does), I’m just out of luck.  I cannot get a listing of my successful/unsuccessful links.  I simply have to start over…and over…and over….sometimes finally taking the time to split up my large lists and processing them in groups of 10,000 instead of 100,000+.  This is very time consuming.

Surely there is some reasonable, better way?  Maybe I’m still not getting something fundamental?

Again, it’s inconceivable to me that simply hitting stop doesn’t…..uhmmm….stop.  It’s inconceivable that Windows forces the threads to remain open with no open of forcibly closing them and even more inconceivable that I cannot save my data when this happens (and have to simply shutdown the Scrapebox task).

So that’s my rant today as I’m now experimenting with the forty-leventh method that I’m hoping my skirt this issue Smile

Any thoughts, ideas? Smile

Is it decidable whether Turing Machine never scans any tape cell more than once when started with given string

The problem:

Is it decidable that the set of pairs $ (M,w)$ such that TM $ M$ , started with input $ w$ , never scans any tape cell more than once.

How can I easily prove above to be decidable. I found following proof confusing:

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How is $ l+m$ is upper bound on number of steps? I feel we should be doing at least $ l\times 𝑄\times \Gamma\times\{𝐿,𝑅\}+1$ steps ($ Q$ being number of states,$ \Gamma$ being set of tape alphabet, $ l$ is string length, $ L$ and $ R$ are head movement directions).

Connections that never end…

Probably THE biggest annoyance about Scrapebox for me has been situations where a job refuses to end (even when you press stop) due to open connections.  This monster rears its head in several places, but most often when running Check Links on a bunch of domains.

I’ve tried everything…
  – reducing the number of connections to a crawl
  – waiting for hours (and even a full day)
  – hitting stop and waiting
  – Shutting down Scrapebox and trying it again (and again and again)
  – Writing the vendor
…and more

Nothing seems to help.

Right now, for example, I have a list of about 100,000 urls that I want to link check. The first pass made it through just fine. It found about 7000 successful links.  I’ve found that I often need to run several more passes to check all the urls so I ran it a second time (with 150 threads)…it choked up leaving me 113 open threads when returned a few hours later.  I tried it again…same result.  I tried it again with 90 threads…same result.  I’m in the middle of some other gymnastics at the moment.

I wrote the creator a few months ago and his answer really didn’t seem satisfying….and could be summed up as “Yeah, there’s no way to close down threads that remain open on Windows”.  First and foremost, that seems almost inconceivable. Surely there is some software way to simply terminate threads (especially after a period of time or after hitting stop).  I can’t imagine that Windows forces threads to remain open….indefinitely.  But….the second issue is….  Even if the above were true and there’s no way to force threads to close, I should at least be able to regain control of Scrapebox so I can save the data that just took hours to collect.  I mean, when harvesting I’m able to save the URLs on a periodic basis (like every 10,000 for example)….and there’s always the files in the /Harvester_Sessions directory.  With Check Link, though, it seems like I cannot get any such files.  If the Active Threads ceases (as it often does), I’m just out of luck.  I cannot get a listing of my successful/unsuccessful links.  I simply have to start over…and over…and over….sometimes finally taking the time to split up my large lists and processing them in groups of 10,000 instead of 100,000+.  This is very time consuming.

Surely there is some reasonable, better way?  Maybe I’m still not getting something fundamental?

Again, it’s inconceivable to me that simply hitting stop doesn’t…..uhmmm….stop.  It’s inconceivable that Windows forces the threads to remain open with no open of forcibly closing them and even more inconceivable that I cannot save my data when this happens (and have to simply shutdown the Scrapebox task).

So that’s my rant today as I’m now experimenting with the forty-leventh method that I’m hoping my skirt this issue Smile

Any thoughts, ideas? Smile