For instance, we have a wonderful term for features that communicate interaction – Affordances.
Is there something for the visual/haptic/tactile/sound/any-other feedback of UI controls?
I’m looking if there is an umbrella term of sorts that describes all of these. It actually does not have to be limited to UI, because such feedback is essential for plethora of designs, it’s what finalizes the communication.
My idea is to find a word/phrase that I might google to find hints/examples of their implementation in the wild.
Simply searching for UX feedback, provides results of how important it is to ask for a feedback from users how well the design worked…
Searching for tactile/visual feedback on the other hand, does not hint for interactions I might miss to create an even better control.
When I open my Event viewer they show the
critical error event ID 2158 and the task category for the error is “
Unified Logging Service“.
I checked failed Timer Jobs failed that shows the
Persisted Navigation Term Set Synchronization.
How to solve this error?
I am working on a setting for an RPG and I am trying to research proper terminology for different kinds of magic.
I would like to know what the proper name is for magic cast explicitly from objects. These objects are required for the magic to be performed. An example could be the use of a voodoo doll where any harm done to the doll is also done to a particular person. Or perhaps being able to see distant places through the use of a crystal ball or a mirror. The magic simply can not work without a particular implement.
Through my research I have so far identified the following ‘kinds’ of magic:
- Theurgy – magical abilities given to a character by a mystical entity. (a deity, a demon, faeries, etc) Think clerics or warlocks from D&D
- Thaumaturgy – your classical wizard / mage casting spells through sigils, formulas and magic words
- Psionics – supernatural spell-like abilities created through the power of the mind
So what would you suggest I call this elusive fourth kind of magic? I would much prefer something vaguely latin or greek that fits well with the other terms.
Thanks a lot.
I have a custom post type with metabox that contains form and few taxonomies in a side panel. Taxonomies are by default checkboxes, and at least one term of each taxonomy must be selected otherwise save post as a draft.
I have solved it but I do not know if this is the right way to do it. Could you please advice?
When I click ‘Publish’ button, function of ‘save_post’ is executed. I grab all data, validate and save it to DB. Among those data I do not have access to taxonomies from side panel only to metabox form fields. So all is saved in DB then inside the same function I grab all taxonomies and terms associated with that post and check if any taxonomy is empty if so update post status to draft. And that works but is this the right way?
As well when I edit post through ‘Quick Edit’ this no longer works. Why?
I tried to create a multi-lingual term sets for a SharePoint Online Team Site following this guide. When trying to change the working language all options are grayed out and I can’t select them. Same goes for the other locales option. Under Site Settings > Language Settings the default language is English and all Alternative Languages are enabled. What do I have to do, to add another working language?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thanks
For additional context, I’m being asked to name my assets and organize elements into components. I’m not quite sure what that means. Would components be considered groups (ex. text, call to action, gradients, etc.) or is this something else entirely?
BBEG means “Big Bad Evil Guy” and refers to the villain of a campaign. My question is, where did it come from? How did it get made, and who popularized it?
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I have an Enterprise Wiki subsite and I have defined a site Navigation for this sub site to be of type “Managed Navigation using a Managed Metadata term set”. But currently I am facing these critical issues regarding the left side sub site navigation:-
- I have created the Term store by the site collection administration, but the site navigation which is based on the managed term store does not show up for the contributors or reader users , it shows up only for the Site Collection admin.
- I have linked the Wiki pages categories column to use the same managed term store, but if the site administrator clicks on a term in the navigation then the following error will be displayed instead of displaying all the pages that are associated with the term.
Can anyone advice on what is causing these problems? BR