Exception in thread “main” org.openqa.selenium.UnsupportedCommandException: User prompt of type promptUserAndPass is not supported

Exception in thread “main” org.openqa.selenium.UnsupportedCommandException: User prompt of type promptUserAndPass is not supported

driver.switchTo().alert().sendKeys(proxyLogin + Keys.TAB + proxyPass); driver.switchTo().alert().accept(); 

перестало работать в версии firefox 67,68 кто то может подсказать оптимальное решение? спасибо

When plugging mobile, ubuntu 18.04 prompt the file browser twice

When i plug a mobile device to my ubuntu (18.04) it prompt an empty file browser, and on the mobile it ask me to approve the computer to explore my files. If i choose “approve” it work as expected, but if i choose “deny” it prompt another browser – and both windows show my home folder.

This behavior repeat itself and i can’t tell why. It seems like a bug but didn’t find similar questions.

Tried with Samsung J7, Samsung S8, LG Q7 and LG G5.

Wonder if it something i should worry about or if it is well-known bug…

My Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Doesn’t Show an “Allow USB Debugging?” Prompt. Is there a fix?

Around this morning, I had the idea to transfer all my whatsapp chats(from android to ios)

Not so complicated, right?

Well, I was in for a rude awakening. Not only did I spend literally 7 hours trying to fix it… I couldn’t fix it!

That’s basically why I’m reaching out to you. My last hope. My knight in shining armor.

Here are the more technical details:

  • Before you say it, and I know you will, I’ll tell you – I restarted my phone about 10 million times
  • I’ve enabled and disabled usb debugging around 10 million times minus 1.
  • I haven’t played with adb so I don’t screw with my android system. However if that’s necessary, I’ll do what must be done.
  • I’m specifically using my own samsung galaxy note 8 since I previously tried on another phone(LG v20) and it didn’t work either.

So, I must ask you, are you up to this challenge? Can you fix what seems unfixable?

P.s. Here’s a preview of what should be showing up on my own android device but is not:

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Pre-define bulk upload settings or prompt the user to choose their settings each time they upload

The scenario is a user has organised a bunch of folders and files which will be stitched together to form a book online. The idea is users will be able to drag & drop / click to upload all of these files and folders at once, rather than doing them individually.

Added complexity: users structure their files and folders differently which often calls for custom import settings. There’s 3 key settings that vary depending on the user and the book they’re creating.

  1. Create a chapter per file (very common setting turned on)
  2. Number chapters (useful for majority of users)
  3. Remove leading numbers (users will add numbers to their folders / files to create a custom order, for example “01__My First Chapter” will be ordered before “02__Bees can fly”.

When a users first creates a book, it’s significantly likely they’ll stick to the upload settings they’ve defined as that’s how they’re structuring the book in their file management system.

I have two workflows I’m having difficulty deciding between. One pretty seamless, the other adds a layer of security / validation of how things are being imported later down the track.

  1. Let the user pre-define their bulk import settings, and from that point on any files that are uploaded will inherit those properties. This can be changed manually in a separate options menu, but when the user uploads their files, they upload and are modified instantly to match your import settings. To me this would be a seamless approach so the user can add any additional files in the future and they’ll be presented as they’ve defined. However some situations might call for NOT creating a chapter per file as they’re being uploaded and would mean the user would have to update their settings beforehand in order to ensure they’re uploaded how the user expects. Or upload files individually and just re-order / change them if necessary.

  2. We could still do some pre-defined settings when a book is initially created and empty, however in the future if the user wants to upload multiple files, we provide the user the ability to configure their import settings before starting the upload. What I don’t like is that this introduces an additional step when uploading files in bulk instead of a seamless interaction like google drive.

Would be keen to hear your thoughts. Originally I wanted to have it so you could seamless upload whatever content you wanted, and could configure the presentation easily later on if needed — however due to the dev infrastructure it would be a significant effort to do this.

I’ve found it difficult to find examples of bulk import settings / configuration as you’re uploading — usually it just starts and that’s how it is so this is a kind of unique workflow.

Cheers.

Pre-define bulk upload settings or prompt the user to choose their settings each time they upload

The scenario is a user has organised a bunch of folders and files which will be stitched together to form a book online. The idea is users will be able to drag & drop / click to upload all of these files and folders at once, rather than doing them individually.

Added complexity: users structure their files and folders differently which often calls for custom import settings. There’s 3 key settings that vary depending on the user and the book they’re creating.

  1. Create a chapter per file (very common setting turned on)
  2. Number chapters (useful for majority of users)
  3. Remove leading numbers (users will add numbers to their folders / files to create a custom order, for example “01__My First Chapter” will be ordered before “02__Bees can fly”.

When a users first creates a book, it’s significantly likely they’ll stick to the upload settings they’ve defined as that’s how they’re structuring the book in their file management system.

I have two workflows I’m having difficulty deciding between. One pretty seamless, the other adds a layer of security / validation of how things are being imported later down the track.

  1. Let the user pre-define their bulk import settings, and from that point on any files that are uploaded will inherit those properties. This can be changed manually in a separate options menu, but when the user uploads their files, they upload and are modified instantly to match your import settings. To me this would be a seamless approach so the user can add any additional files in the future and they’ll be presented as they’ve defined. However some situations might call for NOT creating a chapter per file as they’re being uploaded and would mean the user would have to update their settings beforehand in order to ensure they’re uploaded how the user expects. Or upload files individually and just re-order / change them if necessary.

  2. We could still do some pre-defined settings when a book is initially created and empty, however in the future if the user wants to upload multiple files, we provide the user the ability to configure their import settings before starting the upload. What I don’t like is that this introduces an additional step when uploading files in bulk instead of a seamless interaction like google drive.

Would be keen to hear your thoughts. Originally I wanted to have it so you could seamless upload whatever content you wanted, and could configure the presentation easily later on if needed — however due to the dev infrastructure it would be a significant effort to do this.

I’ve found it difficult to find examples of bulk import settings / configuration as you’re uploading — usually it just starts and that’s how it is so this is a kind of unique workflow.

Cheers.

Prevent authentication prompt for anonymous

We have SharePoint 2013 public faced web site.

IIS site settings:

  • Anonymous authentication – Enabled
  • Windows authentication – Enabled

Anonymous and authenticated users have ability to visit site. But if anonymous users try to visit layouts pages, for example – https://xxx/_layouts/15/settings.aspx?Source=xxx authentication window appears.

How to prevent authentication prompt and show standard 401 error?

How can I prompt for device password before applying updates?

I have an encrypted boot partition on an USB drive. How can I prompt the user to insert the USB drive, and decrypt it before applying system updates?

I can write the script to decrypt and mount the partition, but I don’t know how to run it before the update process, and how to display a GUI window prompting the user for password.