Magento2 : Error The “Is New” attribute value is empty. Set the attribute and try again

Getting error Magento2: Error The “Is New” attribute value is empty. Set the attribute and try again. when adding new product category

Warning: ltrim() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given in /home/magentoiknoortec/public_html/vendor/magento/module-catalog/Model/Category/FileInfo.php on line 136

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Reducing time it takes for ‘new’ tag to disappear in Gmail upon viewing a tab

In Gmail, if I get a new email in one of the tabs (e.g. ‘Updates’), there will be a small tag that says ‘new’ next to it.

If I click the tab, and then click something else soon after, the ‘new’ tag remains. I have to stay open on that tab for a few seconds before the ‘new’ tag disappears.

Is there any way to make it so that the ‘new’ tag disappears as soon as I view the relevant tab?

Can you specify an accout to use with Google’s “.new” doc creation URL?

I am usually logged in to multiple Google accounts, and I have been using links like these to create sheets (docs, etc.) in the respective accounts:


There is now a fancy new way to create Google docs with .new:

  • Docs:,,
  • Forms:,
  • Sheets:,,
  • Sites:,,
  • Slides:,,

I’d like to use those shorter URLs, but I need to be able to specify an account. I’ve tried a few variations, but they haven’t worked:


So is there any way to use the .new shortcut URLs to create new Google docs, and specify which account to create them with?

What exactly happens on `new Foo` or `var foo = new Foo` in example languages

I am confused in thinking how to handle these basic situations:

new Foo var foo = new Foo var foo = { a: 1, b: 2 } 

This writing is in JavaScript but I’m wondering generally what happens across languages.

The reason I’m confused is because I want to have a function like this:

State.prototype.buildObject = function(object){   // build object } 

But the object is already built by the time it reaches this function!

state.buildObject(new Foo) state.buildObject({ a: 1, b: 2 }) 

So I can’t write a function to build those objects. This is more for a compiler and what a compiler would do, which is a place where you could actually hook in there and do the building. It takes your input source code, then outputs some sort of machine code instructions, lets say.

But what I’m wondering is where the “object” gets written to in memory, if it gets associated with a variable name only, or if it is its own thing in memory and the variable it is assigned to gets only a reference.

So for example:

new Foo 

I wonder happens here in C (a struct in C), in JavaScript, in Ruby, or any of them.

Then assigning it to a variable:

var foo = new Foo 

I wonder what exactly happens here. If the compiler builds the new Foo in some place in memory, then creates a new place in memory in the local scope to associate that built foo with the variable foo. Or if the variable’s slot gets the memory data directly. Basically I wonder what it looks like.

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