How to prevent overwriting of saved images, if previously saved images are deleted?

Dim data As IDataObject
Dim bmap As Image
SendMessage(hHwnd, WM_CAP_EDIT_COPY, 0, 0)
data = Clipboard.GetDataObject
If data.GetDataPresent(GetType(System.Drawing.Bitmap)) Then
bmap = CType(data.GetData(GetType(System.Drawing.Bitmap)), Image)
PictureBox1.Image = bmap
SendMessage(hHwnd, WM_CAP_DRIVER_CONNECT, iDevice, 0)
DestroyWindow(hHwnd)
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Dim counter = My.Computer.FileSystem.GetFiles("C:DataImage")
Dim intCount As Integer
Dim strfilename As String
intCount = CStr(counter.Count)
strfilename = "Image" & intCount + 1
PictureBox1.Image.Save("C:DataImage" & strfilename & ".jpeg", System.Drawing.Imaging.ImageFormat.Jpeg)
Dim strpath As String = "C:DataImage" & strfilename & ".jpeg"
Label1.Text = strpath
End If

vue.js – Which of these two Vuetify Navigation Drawer prevent prop mutation workarounds seem better?

I am very new to Vue.js, I just stumbled on a very hard thing to do (at least for me) where Vue was complaining about mutating a prop (children shouldn’t change parent props apparently), I was about to give up at 8~ hour mark, but then it worked! then not only that, I came with another solution. Here are the two solutions:

Using watch:

const VueNavDrawerComp={
    props : ("childSideNav", "menuItems"),
    template : 
    /*html*/
    `
    <div>
        <v-navigation-drawer v-model="otherVar" absolute temporary>
            ...
        </v-navigation-drawer>
    </div>
    `,
    data(){
        return {
            otherVar : this.childSideNav
        };
    },
    watch : {
        childSideNav : function(newValue){
            this.otherVar=newValue;
        },
        otherVar : function(newValue){
            if(!newValue){
                this.$emit("ev-toggle-drawer");
            }
        }
    }
};

Using computed:

const VueNavDrawerComp={
    props : ("childSideNav", "menuItems"),
    template : 
    /*html*/
    `
    <div>
        <v-navigation-drawer v-model="computedSideNav" absolute temporary>
            ...
        </v-navigation-drawer>
    </div>
    `,
    data(){
        return {};
    },
    computed : {
        computedSideNav : {
            get(){
                return this.childSideNav;
            },
            set(newValue){
                if(!newValue){
                    this.$emit("ev-toggle-drawer");
                }
            }
        }
    }
};

Anyway, I fiddled around with some console logs, to try to see if things were firing the correct amount of times, and things like that, but I have no idea to how to find out which of the two is more optimized or have better “code taste” as the Linux guy would say.

Any experienced Vue.js can enlighten me in which is better option or if some corrections/improvements can be done?.

wp query – prevent get_comments() from returning comments not in comment__in

The query string comment__in takes an array of comment IDs to include. I have an array of comment IDs that I would like to assign to comment__in, such as $args('comment__in') = $comment_IDs;. Some comment IDs in $comment_IDs do not exists in the database and some do. Regardless, when a comment ID exists in the database, it gets returned by get_comments($args). However when none of the comments IDs in $comment_IDs exist in the database, get_comments($args) returns a large number of comments that are not in $comment_IDs

The question is:
How can I get get_comments($args) to only return comments specified by $comment_IDs?

iphone – What can I do to prevent the connection to “sleep”

I have this friend of mine that has an iPhone and an iPad at home. If the devices stay while for, let’s say 15 minutes, they become unreachable through messages or facetime.

After reviewing all setting on her router, there is nothing suspect there.

If my friend wakes up one these devices, I see all clogged message on my device, being delivered and she sees a torrent of messages arriving one after another.

It is annoying problem.

I suspect, somehow, her router’s DHCP or ISP is closing the packet transmission or something, after a while without activity.

I am trying to discover something I can do to keep the IP packets flowing.

I have access to a domain address, so I can create emails. I had this idea of creating a dummy email for her and configure mail to keep checking the email every 15 minutes. That solved the problem partially, but if the connection “sleeps” before the check, the problem returns.

OK I know it will user more battery. Don’t worry about it.

I am trying to think about new ideas to use. Like using shortcuts and a timer to ping an address one time, or something.

Any ideas?

wordpress – Spike in direct traffic – how to prevent bots

To make sure the traffic is being generated by bots, check if matches those indicators:

  • Low average session duration.
  • High bounce rate.
  • Mostly new visitors.
  • No goal completion.

In order to minimize the ‘bad traffic’ take into consideration the following actions:

I always recommend creating a new view with ‘bad traffic’ filtered (using the KPIs commented before). Don’t forget to keep a raw data view.

Bot traffic is very tricky. You could also confirm new users with a captcha before registering their data.

Is it possible to prevent encryption from happening?

Is it possible to prevent encryption from happening? – Software Engineering Stack Exchange

How to prevent Windows 10 and/or my computer from going completely crippled while utilizing file copying over USB?

I have a monster PC running Windows 10. There are zero known hardware issues, and it’s managed by me, a poweruser. There are no weird things slowing it down. It runs at expected speed normally.

It is only when I copy files via USB to a USB 3 stick (with a USB 3 socket) that it becomes completely crippled. And I really mean crippled. I don’t mean slight slow-downs, but waiting for a full minute to open a new browser tab, Task Manager not opening upon request, and everything just becoming insanely unresponsive and “locked up” I/O-wise. Any currently running video stream (which uses the network cable) continues to work, but anything which in any way uses I/O just becomes like a pre-286 PC from the 1980s.

This doesn’t always happen when copying files over USB. It seems to happen when there’s a lot of big files to sync, or many new ones. But when I do get Task Manager open, it doesn’t necessarily seem to be actually using much I/O. It seems to vary.

This happens regardless of whether I use ROBOCOPY, PHP CLI’s copy() function, or File Explorer’s file transfer mechanism. It appears to have nothing to do with which method/tool/software I use to actually copy the files. It appears as if the USB mechanism on the motherboard “clogs up” everything, even things unrelated to USB. My system disk is a fast SSD and it’s most certainly not connected via USB.

This is absolutely maddening and just seems to make no sense. Currently, ROBOCOPY has been stuck for like an hour with one single 550 MB large file, slooowly adding to the percentage (currently 58% finished). The USB stick is not damaged. None of my USB storage devices are.

I truly don’t understand what could be causing this. As soon as it’s done, the machine is going to go back to being fast again. I know it because it’s been like this so many times. I doubt telling Windows to not use the full speed of USB 3 will do anything since Task Manager doesn’t say that it’s “maxing” the transfer currently. Plus this is probably not even possible anyway.

I’ve had so many problems similar to this with specifically USB over the years. I’ve never experienced a technology that’s so fragile and unreliable and problem-causing as USB. I hate USB. Why are “large” USB file transfers causing my “internal tubes” to get helplessly clogged like this? And why does it affect non-USB parts of my system?

How do I prevent Sketch from putting objects at a decimal pixel location?

I’m struggling with upsizing some content in Sketch. Is there a way for me to increase the size of a group without everything ending up at 13.567 x axis and 392.38 y axis and 16.5 wide and 45.32 high? I want them to round to a whole number so that I can adjust from there. Is there a plugin available or a setting I can turn off?

Is it possible to prevent packet capturing on Android for sent TCP/IP packets?

I’d like to know if some measure is possible to prevent the capturing of packets that are being sent on Android.

I’d need the solution to work via code (cannot rely on external tools).

Packets are already encrypted, but it would be a nice plus if they couldn’t be captured, or, at least, that it would be difficult to.

Is anything like this possible or is there no way to prevent capture of a packet via packet capture software?

Credit card textfield: Prevent to save in the database

How can I prevent the credit card textfield saves on the database?

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