sharepoint online – Question on Power Automate flow

I am creating a flow in Power Automate that is set to update/time stamp a column in a Sharepoint list when a different field is changed (the field is ‘Phase’).

I’ve created the below flow, which updates the column based on two separate conditions – (1) Has Column Changed – Phase is equal to True, and (2) Phase Value is equal to ‘Testing’. The first condition works fine on its own, however the second column causes the flow to not work as expected (the column doesn’t update).

Does anyone know what could be causing this?

Thanks in advance!

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dnd 5e – For a base 1st-level spell, can a Scribes wizard use the Master Scrivener feature to copy it at 2nd level (before its power is enhanced)?

Master Scrivener, the 10th-level feature of Order of Scribes wizards, is described as follows (TCoE, p. 78):

Whenever you finish a long rest, you can create one magic scroll by
touching your Wizardly Quill to a blank piece of paper or parchment
and causing one spell from your Awakened Spellbook to be copied onto
the scroll.

The spellbook must be within 5 feet of you when you make the scroll.
The chosen spell must be of 1st or 2nd level and must have a casting
time of 1 action. Once in the scroll, the spell’s power is enhanced,
counting as one level higher than normal. You can cast the spell from
the scroll by reading it as an action. The scroll is unintelligible to
anyone else, and the spell vanishes from the scroll when you cast it
or when you finish your next long rest.

Obviously, the best would be to make it a 2nd-level scroll, thus getting a 2nd-level spell upcast to 3rd level.

But say you wanted a benefit that only a 1st-level spell had (say, Magic Missile‘s automatic damage). Could you copy a 2nd-level version of that spell into the scroll, and then the scroll would let you cast it at 3rd level? Or could you only copy the 1st-level version of the spell, for a final result of 2nd-level Magic Missile?

sharepoint online – Power Apps custom form question on formatting

I’ve designed a custom input form for a Sharepoint list in Power Apps, and I had two questions on formatting:

  1. My formatting in preview mode looks fine, however once published in the Sharepoint list itself the field heights, text positioning, etc. is changed. Any idea how I can ensure that the formatting of the form remains consistent from Power Apps to Sharepoint? For reference, the formatting is shown below.

  2. Upon opening the form in Sharepoint, certain fields (see Issue Type, Priority, Status in the images below) in the form are highlighted/selected without any action on my end – any thoughts on how to remove this?

Custom form in Power Apps previewer:

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Custom form in Sharepoint:

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Thanks in advance!

How to set variable in power automate (escalation, timeout scenario)

How can I set variable where are two approvals in flow?
First approval has timeout parametr and after timeout second approval start. How to set variable with two approval comments like:

if(first approval result null then set variable comments aprroval second) or if(first approval result is not null set variable comments first approval)

I try use union(body response first approval, body response second approval) in foreach but without success.

Something like this:

union(null,body response second approval) or union(body response first approval,null)

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geometry – Minimizing Integral Of Distances To The Power Of $p$

I read about different centers for measurable compact sets $S$ in $mathbf{R}^n$ and wondered if there is more. As far as I understood, the center of mass can be defined as the point $x^*$ minimizing $int_{xin S}|x-x^*|^2$, but what about $int_{xin S}|x-x^*|^p$, does this also have a unique minimum?

I could prove for finite sets (taking sum instead of integral) that there is a unique minimum if not all points lie on a line and $pge1$, I assume this generalizes to the integral as well. With $p<1$ it makes sense that there is no unique minimum in the finite case, i.e. take three equidistant points and very small p, then clearly the minimum is attained at each of those three points but not in between.

But I wonder if the minimum is maybe unique again in the integral case only for $0<p<1$ as well?

Escalation timeout power automate – SharePoint Stack Exchange

I would like to repeat that scenario

But in my flow (below) on second condition flow end.

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The reference on Markov chains uncovering the power of the subject in a better way for a working macro-economist

This is by no means a research question. But asking here I hope for the most expert opinion.

A friend of mine, who is a working economist, asked me for advice about a book which uncovers wealth and mightiness of Markov chains in a possibly better way.

Since I am not an expert in the area, I have to ask the same to wider audience of experts.

Any sugestions?

dnd 3.5e – Can the continuous effect of Power Word Pain be negated?

As this fine answer explains, a dispel magic effect may end a power word pain effect, but the earliest such an effect’s available is typically the 2nd-level Sor/Wiz spell dispelling touch (abjur) (Player’s Handbook II 110). This makes a potion of dispelling touch (300 gp; 0.1 lbs.) or an arcane scroll of dispelling touch (150 gp; 0 lbs.) (both created using a 2nd-level spell at caster level 3) a reasonable purchase for anyone in a party that—so far—has only been watching the spell power word pain be used against foes.

Any effect that renders a creature immune to mind-affecting effects likewise renders a creature immune to the effects of power word pain as all spells of the school of enchantment are mind-affecting. However, immunity to such effects is typically a high-level effect (e.g. the 8th-level spell mind blank (abjur) (Player’s Handbook 253), the face slot magic item third eye conceal (Magic Item Compendium 141) (120,000 gp; 1 lb.)).

A DM that’s struggling to challenge a group that’s decided to run away after opening every encounter with a power word pain spell—letting the spell do the killing for them—might find the game more interesting if he confronts such PCs with more creatures of the types construct, ooze, plant, undead, vermin, and so forth as such creatures are, by default, immune to mind-affecting effects.

Note that even the handful of things that should prevent the effects of a power word pain spell often, in fact, don’t. For instance,—and I’m not making this up—the nipple clamp of exquisite pain (Book of Vile Darkness 118) (8,000 gp; 0 lbs., and let’s thank heavens for that) that makes “(t)he wearer… immune to debilitating pain effects” also says that the wearer “is not immune to actual damage described as pain,” which should likely include the damage dealt by a power word pain spell’s effect. Similarly, the 2nd-level Clr spell ease pain (conj (Book of Exalted Deeds 97) says, “If the target creature is under some effect that causes continuing damage, the pain is eased only for a moment,” and so the power word pain spell’s effect would be briefly abated… then start up again! It’s almost like the power word pain spell was written to bypass such effects deliberately.

In short, the spell power word pain kills creatures… and PCs. If the PCs are using it in every fight, then enemy wizards should be just as willing to use it in return… as should clerics that pick the domain Magic and anyone with sufficient ranks in the skill Use Magic Device, an arcane scroll of power word pain costing a mere 25 gp. The spell’s big limiter at low levels is its range, so wizards—or those mistaken for wizards—should remain the obvious target in any group of foes if the spell is common in the campaign. And any foe affected by a power word pain spell should behave like a PC who knows that he’s going to die anyway: by extravagantly expending all of his resources to kill the dude who has already killed him, especially since his death will be—in terms of combat rounds—slow and, of course, painful.

Also, although the spell power word pain lacks the descriptor evil, the spell is, by any measure, cruel, and this DM has many folks treat with contempt and hatred those dishonorable casters that employ the spell against intelligent creatures. Your campaign, of course, may vary.

warhammer 40k – Is the focus power test used for Opposed Willpower techniques?

A psyker makes a focus power test to use a psychic technique, he succeeds with 2 degrees of success.

However, the psychic technique requires an Opposed Willpower check.

In this situation, what should happen next ? :

  • The Psyker and his target make Willpower checks and oppose them.
  • The target makes a Willpower check and opposes it to the Focus Power test.

I feel like it should be option 2 because it would make your Psy-Rating relevant to the difficulty of the check but I didn’t find any rules that explains how exactly this should go.