Stop SPD 2010 Workflow from Firing Multiple Times

I’m running SPD 2013 with a 2010 workflow.

I have a small email notification workflow that is triggered when the list workflow finishes. The email workflow sends anywhere from 2-5 or more duplicate emails after the list workflow completes processing. How do I stop this?

I’ve done a lot of research but fail to find an answer that works. I have a STOP set at the end of the email WF but I believe it runs the list workflow again as well. Thank you.

Why does clicking by both mouse and touchpad sometimes stop working?

I am using Lubuntu 18.04.

Sometimes, when I am using Firefox to browse webpages or some other applications, clicking ( left, right and middle) by my mouse and touchpad stops working, although I can still move the cursor using my mouse and touchpad. It is as if there were something else which is invisible and stands between the screen and the applications’ windows and steals clicks away.

In that situtation, if I switch to log into another user account, the problem disappears. But when I log back to the original user account, the problem remains.

What may cause the problem? It is unlikely the drivers or modules for the mouse or touchpad, since clicking after switching account still works. Can the cause come from the window manager openbox, lxsession, or something else?

What shall I do to solve the problem? Restarting Lubuntu is the least thing I want to try, every time when the problem occurs.


How to stop continuous concurrent local DNS queries to dnsmasq

I set up a DNS server using dnsmasq, but it seems that it doesn’t work properly. The networking delay is up to hundreds of millisecs.

PING [server] ([server]) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=1 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=2 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=3 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=4 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=5 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=6 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=7 ttl=50 time=583 ms 64 bytes from [server]: icmp_seq=8 ttl=50 time=583 ms 

Then soon I discovered that it’ll turn all right with using the default resolver systemd-resolved. By checking the log, I got the messages here below:

Jul 27 13:32:53 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:53 dnsmasq[3780]: forwarded to Jul 27 13:32:53 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:53 dnsmasq[3780]: forwarded to [countless records repeating these above...] Jul 27 13:32:53 dnsmasq[3780]: Maximum number of concurrent DNS queries reached (max: 150) Jul 27 13:32:54 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:54 dnsmasq[3780]: forwarded to [...] [probably the sigterm was sent here?] Jul 27 13:32:57 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:57 dnsmasq[3780]: forwarded to Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: no servers found in /run/dnsmasq/resolv.conf, will retry Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: query[A] from Jul 27 13:32:58 dnsmasq[3780]: exiting on receipt of SIGTERM 

So.. How to resolve this problem which makes me crazy, plz 🙁

The content from dnsmasq.conf is here:

strict-order resolv-file=/etc/resolv.conf.dnsmasq listen-address= server=/ server=/ server=/*.cn/ server=/*.cn/  bogus-nxdomain= bogus-nxdomain=  log-queries log-facility=/var/log/dnsmasq/dnsmasq.log log-async=50  #EOF 

And resolv.conf.dnsmasq:

nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver nameserver 


# Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) generated by resolvconf(8) #     DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE BY HAND -- YOUR CHANGES WILL BE OVERWRITTEN # is the systemd-resolved stub resolver. # run "systemd-resolve --status" to see details about the actual nameservers.  nameserver options timeout:2 attempts:3 rotate single-request-reopen 

How to stop wrong-proxy exporter?

With this solution I unset all “residual” proxy values…
And I supposed to “purge” all configs (edited all config files described here at “Config procedures used”: I removed definitions from .profile, etc.

But now, as magic something is setting strange values that I never set, seems mixing/concating things: when I show env | grep -i proxy

HTTP_PROXY=http://http://pac._domain_/proxy.pac:8080/ https_proxy=http://http://pac._domain_/proxy.pac:8080/ http_proxy=http://http://pac._domain_/proxy.pac:8080/ no_proxy=localhost,,::1 NO_PROXY=localhost,,::1 HTTPS_PROXY=http://http://pac._domain_/proxy.pac:8080/ 

How to really purge all proxy generators, including the magic?

PS: the magic perhaps comes from Firefox forms or WiFi manager?

[ Politics ] Open Question : Does anyone just stop, and think, “how did the left get so extreme in a few years”?

I was watching Marianne Williamson’s recent appearance on the Rubin Report, and she literally compared Trump to Hitler. Hahaha (12:25) The left is now comparing Trump to being ‘literally Hitler,’ blumpf, orange man bad. Do you leftists and Democrats really think this? “AOC’s latest: Only Nazis oppose open borders” This would be nothing but hilarious if these communists weren’t gaining power in America, and calling Trump, ‘Cheeto man Hitler.’

Can I make an Opportunity Attack during Time Stop?

Time Stop indicates that the caster has 1d4+1 rounds to do whatever they want and that time does not pass for other creatures. Presumably everyone is effectively barred from using their Reactions, but this is not expressly stated. Furthermore, it suggests that the caster could simply walk away from a character they are engaged in melee without using the Disengage action, but that is also not expressly stated by the spell.

Other spells and effects that remove Reactions specifically state as such. Such as Shocking Grasp:

On a hit, the target takes 1d8 lightning damage, and it can’t take reactions until the start of its next turn.

…Monk’s Open Hand Technique:

It can’t take reactions until the end of your next turn.

…or the Gibbering Mouther’s Gibbering ability:

On a failure, the creature can’t take reactions until the start of its next turn and rolls a d8 to determine what it does during its turn.

The exclusion of similar language within Time Stop is notable, so can the caster of Time Stop trigger Opportunity Attacks during the course of their Actions that others character may use Reactions to capitalize upon?

Can’t stop booting into Emergency Mode

Cant get out of Emergency mode. Believe this is an fstab issue as this was changed previously.

Attempted to implement solutions from related posts, with no success.

I’m a relative beginner in terms of Linux and the Linux filesystem.

Contents of fstab:

# <file system> <mount point>   <type>  <options>       <dump>  <pass>  #Entry for /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root : UUID=7d23c452-c823-447d-bf55-fa50efc9c94e   /   ext4    errors=remount-ro   0   1 #Entry for /dev/sda1 : UUID=6aad6fc0-ad8c-4ea9-99d6-d33e62216061   /boot   ext4    defaults    0   2 #Entry for /dev/sdb1 : UUID=B2240880240849B5   /media/mark/Seagate0Expansion0Drive   ntfs-3g defaults,nodev,nosuid,locale=en_GB.UTF-8    0   0 #Entry for /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-swap_1 : UUID=da4025a1-de2d-471b-b015-c630cde04989   none    swap    sw  0   0 

Error recieved at boot

Can the caster of Time Stop still use their bonus action or reaction?

The spell time stop states:

No time passes for other creatures, while you take 1d4 + 1 turns in a row, during which you can use actions and move as normal.

I am wondering what counts as “actions” in the above quote, is it only your action, or also bonus actions and reactions.

Can the caster of time stop still use their bonus actions and reactions during stopped time?