Version History shows field was updated, even though it wasn’t

In my SharePoint document library, I have a date column with a default date (i.e. today’s date). This works fine.

My problem is: whenever I update the document itself, or any other metadata besides this date column, the version history shows this date column has changed for every version – even though its value was not changed. It’s cluttering the view and will make auditing difficult.

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What am I likely doing wrong here? Here is the field setup:

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How do I stop Archos Video Player treating some television shows as movies?

When Archos Video Player scans the “Television” folder on my microSD card it treats some of the shows as television shows but some of them as movies. As a result, it tries to (badly) to match the titles to movies and then ends up displaying them in the “Movies” section of the app instead of the “Television” section.

How can I get it to treat everything in the “Television” folder on my microSD card as a television show?

Further details

My folder structure on the microSD card is as follows:

  • Movies/Title (year)/Title (year).m4v
  • Television/Show/Season X/Show - S0XE0Y - Title.m4v

One example is Postman Pat- Special Delivery Service/Season 1/Postman Pat- Special Delivery Service - S01E20 - A Surprise.m4v which is treated as a movie and displayed in the “Movies” tab as Dreamship Surprise - Period 1. I would expect it to be shown in the “Television” tab, as it should be.

This misidentification of TV shows is not limited to specific shows, seasons or episodes. It doesn’t appear to matter if you have complete MP4 metadata or none.

Gmail inbox shows 1 unread message, but if I click inbox it won’t show

If I search for in:inbox, it also won’t show. If I search for both in:inbox is:unread then it does show. If I search for in:spam is:unread it no longer shows, or in: [anythingelsehere] basically. What I’m trying to say is, it CLEARLY is in the inbox, and not somewhere else, but for whatever reason the only way I can find the message is to search specifically with that combo of filter, or to directly search the string of the subject. I can also see it if I just navigate down to “All Mail”

And for the record:

No, I have no filters that should be filtering this email out

No, other messages don’t seem to be encountering the issue, just one in particular

No, there are no labels applied to it, unless you count “inbox” as a label (but it won’t show if I search label:inbox)

No, it does not show up in any other left hand filter other than “All mail”

No, I don’t have any of the weird “primary” and “social” tabs enabled

No, I am not using POP or any other 3rd party tool to interface, this is using latest version of chrome and going to gmail.com

Restoring after Google New Sites shows my site empty in edit mode

Suddenly while editing the single page of my Google New Sites site, the content has disappeared. The edit window is emty. The published site is fine.

I’ve tried reentering Google Sites – no change. I’ve tried opening the previous version in Google Drive Activity, but this feature seems broken – it opens the current, empty version.

Restoring after Google New Sites shows my site empty in edit mode

Suddenly while editing the single page of my Google New Sites site, the content has disappeared. The edit window is emty. The published site is fine.

I’ve tried reentering Google Sites – no change. I’ve tried opening the previous version in Google Drive Activity, but this feature seems broken – it opens the current, empty version.

Angular, image not found (GET 404) but it shows image after running ngbuild

The problem is I have to run ngbuild each time after uploading image otherwise images can not be seen anymore

I have tried to store images somewhere on server other than /src/assets folder

server\images/image.jpg 

Now images are stored but I can not see them in browser

static path

app.use(express.static(path.join(__dirname,'dist/my-app'))); 

workbench page shows “This site can’t provide a secure connection” on creating SPFx Webpart

I am new to SPFx, tried to create simple webpart using SPFx. Referred from here.

Followed these steps:
-Installed nodejs
-Installed gulp & yomen using npm install -g yo gulp in powershell.
-Loaded sharepoint framework using npm install -g @microsoft/generator-sharepoint

-Now created a new directory using md helloworldspfx
-Navigated to the directory cd helloworldspfx
-Tried to create the webpart using yo @microsoft/sharepoint
-Installed developer certificate gulp trust-dev-cert
-Tried to build & preview the webpart using gulp serve

Now workbench page opens up in chrome like this, enter image description here

There is no error showing in the windows powershell.
Please help.

SOLUTION:
I have been using Node.js v8.9.
With the help of answer setting the NODE_NO_HTTP2=1 environment variable to disable the experimental feature.
Like this, $ env:NODE_NO_HTTP2="1" in powershell to fix the issue.

Trash Folder is Empty but shows Emails

I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 running the Lollipop OS. My ISP is Verizon and my email is run on MS Outlook. Since the Lollipop upgrade, the Trash Folder indicates that I have (for example) 35 emails, but when I open the folder is is correctly empty. The only fix I’ve read is to delete my email account and then reinstall it. I tried this but it only worked for about a day, and then my empty Trash Folder once again started indicating that the folder is filling up. Any ideas? Thank you.

SP19 – Site Collection Features – shows all features across all collections

We have a new Sp19 installation with 4 different web applications with 1 site collection each.

We deployed then some farm solutions to the specific sites.

When I open the list of Site Collection Features, there are also all other features, not deployed on the specific Site Collection.

Why are they showing there? I can activate all features (the .Webpart files get installed). Is there a way to hide them on Site Collection, where the solution is not installed?

Thanks and best regards, Sebastian