Timeline View Only

I created a Timeline webpart for everyone to view; however, I don’t want them to be able to click and open a task from the timeline. I’ve removed all navigation from the page, so they can only see the timeline. How do I block the popup or prevent the task from opening? I already tried “view only” access, but they can still open the task.

Will C++ Header Only will the future direction of the C++ programming style with the supporting compiler / tools in the nearly future

To write C++ code with a header only is more convenient but however, it is not efficient when the program needs to recompile all the time. Is it possible in the future that C++ will fully be optimized in this style of programming? This will help a lot for new programmers in C++ and to avoid the complex compiling process.

RE: Why is my Website Only Showing on my Network and not on the Wide World Web?

I am going to try and configure things correctly to a specific point. Here goes it:

I have a website: https://www.xxxxx-xxxxx.org and I am currently trying to get it to show online and not just on my home network. 

I have been to my website provider, i.e. the co. that I purchased this site from currently.

At the provider, I made a CNAME and an A record. I pointed the A record to my IP Address and the CNAME record to my website.

I set up Ubuntu-Server to use the ssh key from a company for https on port 443. I also have this working on my home server/home network but the Apache2 server is not allowing me to view this website outside of my network.

In the router config, I set up Port Forwarding instead of DHCP.

So, this is what is odd to me. Everything works but not on your end. It only works on my end on my network.

Seth

P.S. If you need any additional info, although it is frowned up, please contact me.

I have apache2 installed and running correctly. I can see my site online on my network. It is a simple HTML page for now.

/etc/apache2/sites-available/xxxx.xxxx.conf is the file I am in and configuring. This file gives access for me to install my .ca-bundle file, my .key file, and my .crt file. SSL encryption is a big deal these days to me and I would like to figure out how to make Ubuntu-Server work w/ Apache2 and an online website. I have followed all steps in the Ubuntu-Server guide, which can be found here at https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/index.html.en, except for the Bind9 section. Should I listen to the steps for Bind9?

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Only allow calling a class through constructor

Suppose I have a class Foo:

class Foo(object):    def __init__(self):       ... 

Now I want to add various constructors for that class. But that class should’t be called directly NEVER without any constructor.

class Foo(object):    def __init__(self):       ...    @classmethod    def fromSource1(cls, source1Data, paramA, paramB):       return cls(processData(sourceData))     @classmethod    def fromSource2(cls, source2Data, paramC, paramD, paramE):       self = cls(processData2(sourceData))       self.var += paramE       return self 

Should be called this way:

foo1 = Foo.fromSource1(source1Data, paramA, paramB) foo2 = Foo.fromSource2(source2Data, paramC, paramD, paramE) 

I want to avoid any user of my code calling the Foo class this way:

foo = Foo() 

Is there anything I can do to forbid it?

How to recover mdadm raid6 array? mount: can’t read superblock. 8/13 drives show all drives present, 5/13 drives show only 5 drives present

I rebooted my server today to find it hanging. I commented out the entry in fstab that loads /dev/md0 and the machine proceeded to boot. The raid was accessible and working prior to the reboot, I only rebooted because of system updates.

The server has 14 disks, 1 SSD boot drive and 13 disks in a raid6 array. 5/13 disks in the array are attached to the onboard Sata. 8/13 disks in the array are attached to to IT mode LSI 9211-8i

tried to mount manually from the command line:

sudo mount /dev/md0 /mnt/md0 mount: /mnt/md0: can't read superblock on /dev/md0.  cat /proc/mdstat md0 : inactive sdh[13](S) sdc[8](S) sdm[0](S) sdb[7](S) sdj[14](S) sdd[9](S) sdk[5](S) sdg[12](S) sda[6](S) sdn[2](S) sdl[1](S) sde[10](S) sdf[11](S)       76185162872 blocks super 1.2 

Next I tried:

sudo mdadm --stop /dev/md0 mdadm: stopped /dev/md0  sudo mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde /dev/sdf /dev/sdg /dev/sdh /dev/sdj /dev/sdk /dev/sdl /dev/sdm /dev/sdn mdadm: /dev/md0 assembled from 5 drives - not enough to start the array. 

I thought it was odd that it tried 5 drives which is how many is attached to the onboard, sdj-sdn. So I tried assemble with just the ones on the card:

sudo mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde /dev/sdf /dev/sdg /dev/sdh mdadm: /dev/md0 assembled from 8 drives - not enough to start the array. 

By doing it that way it tried to assemble from 8 drives. So it seems like the 5 onboard disks are out of sync with the 8 drives attached to the card, but this is purely a guess. Next I examined each drive.

This next bit will be pretty long, its the mdadm –examine details of all 13 drives. The thing that I noticed here is that drives sda-sdh all show all disks as present, but drives sdj-sdn show 8 drives missing:

sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sda /dev/sda:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 344864e7:5e19631d:0b14d41f:58264c67  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : 447ce0e - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 12    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdb /dev/sdb:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 244b3058:6919fa6f:c2499e3d:fb9db6e1  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : 5fdf7e64 - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 11    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdc /dev/sdc:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 9081b898:7782d040:acdcc700:e8621ca2  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : f4cd75b5 - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 10    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdd /dev/sdd:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 1b569018:549dae95:bbd59910:601886e3  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : 1abf13a6 - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 9    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sde /dev/sde:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 534b24a4:63d20861:502e4012:53fe2652  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : e1f47c75 - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 8    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdf /dev/sdf:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 0821860a:7b75d1cc:bb512247:3dc34a12  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : a924dd98 - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 7    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdg /dev/sdg:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 0c870013:b577639c:eba5f8d4:10a5fee4  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : e1bb7bdb - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 6    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdh /dev/sdh:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 06713ac7:ab2a7de0:d6e0d447:52ed0231  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:38 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : 98ef9bf9 - correct          Events : 1913085           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 5    Array State : AAAAAAAAAAAAA ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdj /dev/sdj:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250800 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : d6fb6b75:18fee031:84b97ab4:43ee3754  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:43 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 32 sectors        Checksum : 283bd3b6 - correct          Events : 1913088           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 3    Array State : AAAAA........ ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdk /dev/sdk:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250792 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : aa02fdc1:15332b2a:eee48dee:9d6a91df  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:43 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 72 sectors        Checksum : 3283b76b - correct          Events : 1913088           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 4    Array State : AAAAA........ ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdl /dev/sdl:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250792 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : 4701d341:4c70e117:8a8d37a0:19f8b474  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:43 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 72 sectors        Checksum : e6dd2971 - correct          Events : 1913088           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 1    Array State : AAAAA........ ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdm /dev/sdm:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250792 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : ab1c4435:3c735172:3cf07404:f66f2944  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:43 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 72 sectors        Checksum : 68702233 - correct          Events : 1913088           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 0    Array State : AAAAA........ ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing)  sudo mdadm --examine /dev/sdn /dev/sdn:           Magic : a92b4efc         Version : 1.2     Feature Map : 0x1      Array UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5            Name : goliath:0  (local to host goliath)   Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016      Raid Level : raid6    Raid Devices : 13   Avail Dev Size : 11720794288 (5588.91 GiB 6001.05 GB)      Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)   Used Dev Size : 11720782848 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)     Data Offset : 250880 sectors    Super Offset : 8 sectors    Unused Space : before=250792 sectors, after=11440 sectors           State : clean     Device UUID : b7465e3e:502defd4:dcf61288:b0f14a84  Internal Bitmap : 8 sectors from superblock     Update Time : Thu Apr 18 09:07:43 2019   Bad Block Log : 512 entries available at offset 72 sectors        Checksum : 97e78eb0 - correct          Events : 1913088           Layout : left-symmetric      Chunk Size : 512K     Device Role : Active device 2    Array State : AAAAA........ ('A' == active, '.' == missing, 'R' == replacing) 

THIS IS FROM April 17th when it was still working:

/dev/md0:             Version : 1.2       Creation Time : Sat Nov  5 18:56:32 2016          Raid Level : raid6          Array Size : 64464305664 (61477.95 GiB 66011.45 GB)       Used Dev Size : 5860391424 (5588.90 GiB 6001.04 GB)        Raid Devices : 13       Total Devices : 13         Persistence : Superblock is persistent        Intent Bitmap : Internal          Update Time : Tue Apr 16 19:14:14 2019               State : clean       Active Devices : 13     Working Devices : 13      Failed Devices : 0       Spare Devices : 0               Layout : left-symmetric          Chunk Size : 512K   Consistency Policy : bitmap                 Name : ubuntu:0  (local to host ubuntu)                UUID : 405dae60:c540c726:087bbaaf:a15c79c5              Events : 1913085       Number   Major   Minor   RaidDevice State         0       8      192        0      active sync   /dev/sdm         1       8      176        1      active sync   /dev/sdl         2       8      208        2      active sync   /dev/sdn        14       8      144        3      active sync   /dev/sdj         5       8      160        4      active sync   /dev/sdk        13       8      112        5      active sync   /dev/sdh        12       8       96        6      active sync   /dev/sdg        11       8       80        7      active sync   /dev/sdf        10       8       64        8      active sync   /dev/sde         9       8       48        9      active sync   /dev/sdd         8       8       32       10      active sync   /dev/sdc         7       8       16       11      active sync   /dev/sdb         6       8        0       12      active sync   /dev/sda 

All the disks are there

Select users with only one role

How can i select all users wich have only 1 role. For example i got 4 users:

User 1:

Role 1, Role 2

User 2:

Role 1

User 3:

Role 1, Role 2

User 4:

Role 1

How can i retrieve a list of users wich only got Role 1? But not Role 2.

$  query = db_select('users', 'u'); $  query->leftJoin('users_roles', 'ur', 'u.uid = ur.uid'); $  query->leftJoin('field_data_field_full_name', 'n', 'u.uid = n.entity_id'); $  query->condition(...); $  query->fields('u', array('uid','name','picture')); $  query->fields('n', array('field_full_name_value')); $  result = $  query->execute()->fetchAll() 

EDIT:

SELECT  u.uid AS uid, u.name AS name,  u.picture AS picture, n.field_full_name_value AS field_full_name_value, f.field_function_value AS field_function_value, pi.field_phone_intern__value AS field_phone_intern__value, ur.rid AS rid, COUNT(*) AS rolecount FROM `dev_drupal_wurth-intranet`.users u  LEFT OUTER JOIN `dev_drupal_wurth-intranet`.users_roles ur ON u.uid = ur.uid  LEFT OUTER JOIN `dev_drupal_wurth-intranet`.field_data_field_full_name n ON u.uid = n.entity_id  LEFT OUTER JOIN `dev_drupal_wurth-intranet`.field_data_field_function f ON u.uid = f.entity_id  LEFT OUTER JOIN `dev_drupal_wurth-intranet`.field_data_field_phone_intern_ pi ON u.uid = pi.entity_id  GROUP BY u.uid; 

This give me the result all the users and their number of roles. Now i tried to filter on this role count with ‘WHERE rolecount = 1’ but this just gives and sql error.

I’m not very advanced in sql :), still learning.

Thx

Is it possible that being the only brother of 4 sisters made me a bit feminine and sisy?

my sisters are all in their mid 20’s and I am the only brother out of all my siblings. I am 19 and well since we were younger i have alwasy hung out and did stuff with my sisters and I and also my mom. My mom was a single mom so there was no father figure or another male presence in the home. So as kids i used to play with their barbies with them and would go watch all their cheerleading competitions. I also used to go to the mall with them because my mom didnt wanna leave me at home alone so i would always be in stores like victoria secret, pink, dressbarn, and mostly the women department in all clothes stores at malls. So since like i was a little kid i was always watching my sisters buy stuff like pencil skirts, high heels, dresses, booty shorts, women panties, bras, crop tops, and much more. I literally knew more about women clothes then men clothes. And my mom never really tried to keep me away from this feminine shopping environment that i was in with them. she didnt care. as i got older into my teens i still would go to stores with my sisters sometimes without my mom just because i enjoyed the bonding we did but i also liked having an excuse to go shopping for girl clothes. I even picked up my sisters mannerisms. like i would say stuff like “omg” in a girly voice. normally for jokes but i letreally was used to saying stuff like that in that voice. i am not gay either however i eventually started getting curious and tried on some of my sisters clothes. they have sooo much of the same clothes in similar colors and fabrics that as i was young in my early teens i started trying on a skirt or maybe some dressses. But i knew i couldnt wear it in public because i like being masculine to the outside world and i like keeping my inner sisy feminine side private. so the only girl clothes i could wear all day without being caught was women panties. So i used to wear some of my sisters thongs. I would put them in the laundry tho afterwards so it was like they used it and it would get washed and no one owuld know. but now i buy my own someitmes and still am into being girly sometimes.

Ability to Navigate site with permissions only to a library

Working with SharePoint Online, we have a team site setup and a set of document libraries.

The permissions were set at the site level and inherited to all libraries. For one of the sub folders (Folder1) we broke inheritance and gave a new group (Group1) read access only.

Group1 was not included at the site level, it was however granted limited access at the site level automatically by SharePoint once the permissions for Folder1 were assigned.

The users in Group1 can access Folder1 if the direct url is used, but cannot navigate using the site main page and navigation bar.

My understanding of limited access is that they users will be able to navigate the site and reach the resource they have higher than limited access permissions for.

Is it possible grant additional read only permissions to the main site resources to allow navigation but only see resources in which they have permissions higher than limited access?