amazon kindle fire – how to export bookmarks from Silk web browser without rooting?

I would like to export my Silk browser bookmarks, ideally to an HTML file. Amazon has apparently made it impossible to export bookmarks from its Silk web browser on Kindle Fire.

Searching on StackExchange, I note several old recommendations to download certain apps in order to export bookmarks from Chrome or Firefox, and recommendations to root the Kindle. I would rather not root the Kindle as I am not particularly tech-savvy and my connection to Amazon via the Kindle is important to me right now.

I have enabled the Google Play Store. Is my best bet to download some app from there, or is there another way I can export Silk bookmarks without possibly messing up my ability to access Amazon content?

dnd 5e – How does the phoenix’s Fire Form work?

Maybe, ask your DM

To start with, a phoenix could definitely light something on fire while flying. As you state, all that is required is a “touch” and there is no reason the phoenix would need to stop to touch something.

However, the issue with your specific example is whether a rooftop is a “flammable object”.

Flammable?

Most rooftops, even historic ones from ages past, were designed to be as fire resistant as possible/affordable. Now, if the phoenix is flying past an un-oiled thatch roof, that is one thing, but a DM may say that other types of roofs are not readily flammable.

Object?

There is considerable debate on what the rules consider an “object” (see this Q&A for more details). I’m forced to conclude that objects aren’t clearly defined in the rules, but they are at least considered distinct from a “structure” (as many features call out both objects and structures as separate things). That being said, the Dungeon Master’s Guide and this Q&A discuss that structure are composed of objects. Whether or not a rooftop (likely a portion of a structure: a building) is considered an object, though, is ultimately up to the DM.


As a side note: Keep in mind that moving 5 feet and using a non-action would only be a necessary explanation if grid rules are being used which are considered a variant rule.

Fire Video Player | Google Drive HLS Player | NewProxyLists

hello, i have writed two script. i am selling fire video player selling since 2018. at last year i writed an hls player script.

some thiefs selling/renting my hls script without my permissions. and i need to say this; they not payed for my script.

please do not support that stealers / scammers.

i am selling that scripts in turkish r10.net forums, example

here is my website

prices do not reflect reality, my website still on updating. and after the last google update prices is changed.
i am just selling usage rights, not share/copy/sell rights.

that some stealers live in juicy group.

contact;
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skype : https://join.skype.com/invite/f3emV1x8TrKa

Why is president stupid ranting about China when his country is on fire ?

I am using my time to try to help people. The president of the USA, and China’s leader are using their time in a none productive manner.

I think my government leaders are the same way, and I don’t live in the above two countries that I mentioned.

I recently heard of more cases of the coronavirus in my country. Wow my government is doing such a great job, and yes I am being sarcastic.

I read about large gatherings of people that came together, but in different places in my country, and as a result more people got infected.

If I fire a laser weapon with the Aurora property, does the damage (or lack thereof) occur before or after the target’s invisibility is negated?

Laser weapons cannot do damage to invisible creatures (Core Rulebook, p. 184; emphasis mine):

Laser weapons emit highly focused beams of light that deal fire damage. These beams can pass through glass and other transparent physical barriers, dealing damage to such barriers as they pass through. Barriers of energy or magical force block lasers. Invisible creatures don’t take damage from lasers, as the beams pass through them harmlessly. Fog, smoke, and other clouds provide both cover and concealment from laser attacks. Lasers can penetrate darkness, but they don’t provide any illumination.

The Aurora property negates invisibility for 1 minute on a hit (Armory, p. 27):

When an aurora weapon strikes a target, the creature glows with a soft luminescence for 1 minute. This negates invisibility effects and makes it impossible for the target to gain concealment from or hide in areas of shadow or darkness.

At the moment I am assuming that (a) you can still make attacks against an invisible target with a laser and (b) it will still apply non-damage effects (correct me if these are incorrect). This would mean that a laser with aurora (such as via a Mechanic’s prototype weapon) would still negate invisibility for future shots.

If I fire a laser weapon with the Aurora property, does the (lack of) damage occur before the target’s invisibility is negated, or after?

canon – Why won’t my camera fire the off-camera flashes even when the trigger button will?

I have a Canon 80D and I use 3 yongnuo triggers to trigger off-camera flashes. But even though the trigger on the camera will flash when I press the trigger button, it will not flash when I press the shutter button. The main trigger is on TX and the flash triggers are on TRX. The main trigger is sitting on the camera’s hotshoe correctly and is clean. This is not the first time I’ve used these triggers but it is the first time something is wrong. ALL batters are fulling charged. What am I doing wrong?

javascript – Klarna checkout: Where to place the following code to fire the impression?

Since Klarna has inadequate documentation on refreshing placements, I seek help from SO in understanding where to place the following code to ensure the price gets refreshed in the Klarna placement as the customer chooses a variant of a configurable produt.

window.KlarnaOnsiteService = window.KlarnaOnsiteService || ()
window.KlarnaOnsiteService.push({
  eventName: 'placement-impression',
  placementKey: 'credit-promotion-badge'
})

Code snippet below is placed in the product details page.

<!-- Placement v2 -->
<klarna-placement
  data-key="credit-promotion-badge"
  data-locale="en-US"
  data-purchase-amount="<?= echo $new_price; ?>"
></klarna-placement>
<!-- end Placement -->

google analytics – GTM event in database is selected by debug console but does not fire tags

I work on the maisonfribourg.ch website which was developed using grav.

I am trying to track form submissions using GTM.
In the attached image, you will see a blue button, clicking on it, a popup window will appear: Screen capture showing the .

The developer indicates that the site uses dataLayer.push to include the following in the data layer:
requestFile: open
requestFile: sent

These elements respectively follow the opening and sending of a contact form.
I'll start by describing how I try to follow the OPENING of the form.
I want to follow these two actions using GTM, I created a variable named & # 39; requestFile & # 39; so that GTM knows that this is something that interests me.
The variables and triggers that I have created

I created a trigger, based on a custom event
Finally, I created a tag for that
Here is a picture of the final result
The debug console shows that the custom event is pushed into the data layer

So I think the debug console shows that a data layer element exists, but somehow no tag is triggered, not even that of Universal Analytics.

What am I missing? Did I misconfigure something?

Thanks in advance for your help

forms – The second ajax select reconstructed by the first does not fire

I have a form with 3 fields selected. Selecting a value in the first should populate the second, and it works. Likewise, when you make a selection in the second, the third must be completed, but the second field will never fire.

When the ajax callback in the first field returns the second field, the markup in the second field contains the ajax callback, which does not fire.

Here is the code:

        $options = _get_list();

        $form('instances')('first') = (
          '#type' => 'select',
          '#title' => 'First',
          '#options' => $options,
          '#ajax' => (
            'callback' => '::populateSecond',
            'disable-refocus' => FALSE,
            'event' => 'change',
            'wrapper' => 'edit-second',
            'progress' => (
              'type' => 'throbber',
              'message' => $this->t('Loading...'),
            ),
          )
        );

        $form('instances')('second') = (
          '#type' => 'select',
          '#title' => 'Second',
          '#options' => '',
          '#prefix' => '
', '#suffix' => '
', '#validated' => TRUE, ); $form('instances')('third') = ( '#type' => 'select', '#title' => 'Third', '#options' => '', '#prefix' => '
', '#suffix' => '
', '#validated' => TRUE, ); return parent::buildForm($form, $form_state); } public function populateSecond(array &$form, FormStateInterface $form_state) { $selectedValue = $form_state->getValue('first'); if ($selectedValue) { $second = _get_second_list($selectedValue); $form('instances')('second') = ( '#type' => 'select', '#title' => 'Second', '#options' => $second, '#prefix' => '
', '#suffix' => '
', '#validated' => TRUE, '#ajax' => ( 'callback' => '::populateThird', 'disable-refocus' => FALSE, 'event' => 'change', 'wrapper' => 'edit-third', 'progress' => ( 'type' => 'throbber', 'message' => $this->t('Loading...'), ), ) ); return $form('instances')('second'); } } public function populateThird(array &$form, FormStateInterface $form_state) { $selectedFirst = $form_state->getValue('first'); $selectedSecond = $form_state->getValue('second'); if ($selectedFirst && $selectedSecond) { $third = _get_third_list($selectedFirst, $selectedSecond); $form('instances')('third') = ( '#type' => 'select', '#title' => 'Third', '#options' => $third, '#prefix' => '
', '#suffix' => '
', '#validated' => TRUE, ); return $form('instances')('third'); } }

Are fire resistant / immune creatures resistant / immune to dehydration / sunburn?

Sandstorm says the following about fire resistance, in the context of environmental danger:

A character with a spell or effect granting fire resistance applies this resistance to lethal and non-lethal damage from hot temperatures.

Since someone with a minor fire resistance ring has a fire resistance of 10, and no temperature band is capable of doing more than 10 non-lethal damage, and non-lethal damage due to exposure to heat is the cause of heat stroke, this person is immune to heat stroke and corresponding fatigue as long as they keep their ring on. (Maybe the exact moment of things is not specified if they remove the ring, but I don't care at all)

It's fine, but the very next section of Sandstorm covers dehydration.

… the creature must pass a Constitutional test every hour (10 DC, +1 for each previous test) or take 1d6 points of non-fatal damage. In particularly hot environments (those above 90 ° F), the time a creature can spend without water before doing Constitution checks is reduced

Nothing in this document mentions the fire resistance having an impact on the time before the start of the dehydration checks. Nor does it say that the damage is "caused by high temperatures", which, according to the first quote, reduces fire resistance.

Does this mean that a half-red half-demon dragon, both immune to fire and resistant to fire 10, is dehydrated by hot temperatures in exactly the same way as Joe Average the human ?

Same problem with sunburn:

If a character is caught in the sun and completely unprotected … the character is slightly burned by the sun and takes 1 point of non-fatal damage. After an additional 3 hours of exposure, the character develops severe sunburn and immediately suffers 2d6 points of non-lethal damage and a penalty of -2 on saving saves damage or fatigue due to danger from heat until non-lethal damage is healed.

The damage here is also not "due to hot temperatures". And even if that were the case, the penalty on Fortitude backups is not even "damage". Does this mean that our scaly demon once again suffers from sunburn as quickly and as severely as Mr. Human, or at least from a reduced form of severe sunburn, despite its ability to resist temperatures of the literal surface of the sun?