rules – Automatically have email sent to page author 11 months after its last published date

Hello I was wondering if anybody could help.

For every page that exists I need a custom email to automatically get sent to the page author 11 months after that page was last published. It’s just to act as a reminder to the author that their page is still published incase they have forgot.

I can’t find any info online that outlines exactly what i’m trying to achieve however anything remotely similar I found seems to be using the ‘Rules’ and ‘Scheduler’ modules however i’m really not sure how I can achieve what I need to do using them.

Absolutely any help would be amazing, many thanks in advance.

dnd 5e – If an Echo Knight fighter makes an attack from their echo’s space and hits a paralyzed enemy, is it automatically a critical hit?

The Manifest Echo feature lets the Echo Knight fighter create an echo, and attack from the echo’s space (EGtW, p. 183):

When you take the Attack action on your turn, any attack you make with that action can originate from your space or the echo’s space. You make this choice for each attack.

Suppose an attack originating from the echo’s space hits a paralyzed creature. The Paralyzed condition states the following:

Any attack that hits the creature is a critical hit if the attacker is within 5 feet of the creature.

If the echo is within 5 feet of the paralyzed target but the Echo Knight isn’t, is it automatically a critical hit?

windows 10 – Any way to automatically delete files created in a folder once any file is 30 days old?

I have a temporary folder in Windows 10 where I created files for temporary usage. But it gets messy once there are lot of files. I don’t need files which are like a month old.

So is there any way to make any files in that folder which is 30 days old, gets deleted automatically (not permanently, just move to Recycle Bin)?

list – Automatically update column based on date

In addition to @Harminder’s correct suggestion, there is another way, if you only wish to show the closed or open message. Also, I believe that the question you are talking about should be the below: Conditional formatting based on date to expire

If not, the answers show a way of solving your problem with column formatting using JSON syntax in order to evaluate date fields.

dnd 5e – If an attack through an Echo Knight’s echo hits a paralyzed enemy , is the attack automatically a critical hit?

The Echo Knight can create an echo of itself, which can then be used to attack:

When you take the Attack action on your turn, any attack you make with that action can originate from your space or the echo’s space. You make this choice for each attack.

Suppose an attack originating from the echo hits a paralyzed creature. The Paralyzed condition states the following:

Any Attack that hits the creature is a critical hit if the attacker is within 5 feet of the creature.

If the echo is within 5 feet of the target but the Echo Knight isn’t, is the attack a critical hit?

applications – A few apps that I try to launch automatically crash and don’t start up, I’ve been flashing custom roms, I’ll attach the crash log below, please help

applications – A few apps that I try to launch automatically crash and don’t start up, I’ve been flashing custom roms, I’ll attach the crash log below, please help – Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange

Notifications from the Messages app will appear then dismiss automatically on a Google Pixel

When receiving a text message, Messages app notification will briefly appear then send to be automatically dismissed without me touching anything. The phone will still make the sound and vibrate, but they are cut short as if I’ve swiped it away. The message is still unread and the notification can be found afterwards in the History.

What can I do to check what is auto dismissing these notifications?

This doesn’t seem to happen on other apps or notifications.

Any ideas?

Turning off the phone or restarting didn’t help.

The phone is a Pixel 4.

microservices – Automatically extended database-based mutex lock – is it a good idea?

Since I am working in a multi-instance microservice environment, I came accross a problem with making some operations being performed at most by one of the running instances at once. The solution which we used for this up to now was to have a mutex lock stored in database, that would prevent other instances from doing the job when lock is acquired.

In most cases it was enough for us, but the problem with databse locks is that we need to assume some timeout in case when the lock issuer dies before releasing it. This seems to be working well if the operation can be finished within the timeout, but in case we don’t know how long the process will take, this causes the lock to be released too early.

I was thinking of adding some background job to each of the microservice instances, that would additionally monitor the locks acquired by the instance in-memory and execute the DB query to extend them every X seconds. Any problem occured while extending the lock (e.g. some edge case in which other instance was still able to acquire the lock) would make the long-running process be aborted.

Has anyone tried such approach? Was it successful?

automatically turn iPhone sound off after a certain duration

automatically turn iPhone sound off after a certain duration – Ask Different

javascript – Automatically Add Defer or ASYNC to all JS files (no matter where they are located)

I’m looking for a way to automatically add defer to all JS files on my server. While I found a way that seem to be working, I am not sure if this is the best way / best practice 2021 for WordPress?

I am running a test environment on XAMPP with PHP 7.4.x and the latest WordPress (5.7.2). I have debug turned on in wp-config and while I am not receiving any errors or notices, I am again, not sure this is the best way / best practice to do this.

Can someone please review and advise?

I am using this code:

add_filter( 'clean_url', 'auto_defer_all_js_and_jquery', 11, 1 );
function auto_defer_all_js_and_jquery( $url ) {

    if ( false === strpos($url, '.js') ) {

        return $url;
    }

    if ( !false === strpos($url, '.js') ) {

        return "$url' defer='defer";
    }
}

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