How can I have a roller macro to display different results in Roll20?

I would throw for the Chaos Bold random damage type.

That means I have to ride 1d8 and as a result I get the damage type of fate:

I guess it should be something like:

&{template:default} {{name=Damage Type}} 
{{[[1d8]]|acid|cold|fire|force|lightning|poison|psychic|thunder}}

The result should be:

Good to have:

  • if you fly over cold, you see "2"

solving equations – RSolveValue results are weird

I executed:
sol = RSolveValue ({b (n + 1) – b (n) == 0.01 b (n) – 1000, b (0) == 80000}, b, n)

The result is:
Function ({n}, 0.990099 ^ (- 1. N) 10. ^ (- 2. N) (80000. 10. ^ (2. N) + 100000. 0.990099 ^ (1. N) 10. ^ (2. n) – 100,000. 0.990099 ^ (1.n) 101. ^ n))

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It's strange, the result includes numbers like 0.990099, I'm a beginner on MMA, is there something wrong with my code?

Tabular presentation of construction results in Bamboo

Is there a tabular presentation of the construction results, as Jenkins does?

I'm looking for something like this:

Build | Stage A |      Stage B      | Stage C | Stage D
      |         | Job B.0 | Job B.1 |         |
#42   |    OK   |    OK   |   OK    |    OK   |    OK   
#41   |    OK   |    OK   |   OK    |   fail  |         
#40   |   fail  |         |         |         |      
#39   |    OK   |    OK   |   OK    |    OK   |    OK     

How to see more results when searching for open tabs in Firefox?

I'm using% to search my open tabs in Firefox. But the problem is that I can't get more than 9 results, others don't show up. How can I fix it? screenshot

Edit image in mobile search results

When searching for my company, "Tattini Boots", on a mobile device, you will see that the next cut image is displayed next to the search result (see image below ). This is not the image that I have defined in Yoast or the image selected for the search results on my index page. Can someone dive into the source and explain why this image is chosen? This image is simply a cursor overlay on the main page: www.TattiniBoots.com

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magento2 – How to implement rich results in magento 2?

Basically I'm trying to add structured data such as AggregateRating for products with reviews, Offer – price and priceCurrency, Image (s), SKU, Product name, as JSON-LD code in the page of all products in magento 2 which would be added as markup to produce search results rich in google, so I am referring to https://www.williamscommerce.com/add-rich-snippets-magento-products -using-schema-org-tags / and https://feedarmy.com/kb / magento-microdata-for-google-shopping / which I found really relevant. But the problem is that I can't find this file app/design/frontend/(package)/(theme)/template/catalog/product/view.phtml mentioned in the references above. It would really help me to better understand this concept if someone could drop suggestions on the file problem mentioned above. Thanks and well done

Layered navigation does not appear in the search results page

j & # 39; uses PORTO 3.1.8 theme

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Thank you

Why assume that the Turing machine can compute arbitrary results in the Kraft-Chaitin theorem?

The Kraft-Chaitin Theorem (aka KC Theorem in Downey & Hirschfeldt, Machine Existence Theorem in Nies, or I2 in Chaitin's 1987 book) says, in part, that given a likely endless list of strings $ s_i $, each associated with a desired program duration $ n_i $, there is a Turing machine without prefix s.t. there is a program $ p_i $ length $ n_i $ to produce each $ s_i $, as long as $ sum_i 2 ^ {- n_i} leq 1 $. The list of $ langle s_i, n_i rangle $ the pairs must be calculable (D&H, Chaitin) or numerically calculable (Nies).

The evidence in the above manuals works, it seems, by showing how to choose program strings of the desired lengths while preserving the prefix without dom. The details differ, but this construction is the main part of the evidence in each case. The evidence does not try to explain how to write a machine capable of calculating $ s_i $ of $ p_i $ (of course).

What puzzles me is why we can assume that an infinite list of results can be calculated from an infinite list of arbitrarily selected program chains using a Turing machine which by definition has a finite number of internal states. Of course, many infinite sequences of results require only finite internal states; consider a machine that simply adds 1 to any input. But in this case, we are given a list infinitely arbitrary the results and we match them to arbitrary (with the exception of the length and non-sharing of prefixes), and it is assumed that it is not necessary to argue that a Turing machine can always be built to perform each of these calculations.

(I guess the fact that the list of pairs is computable or that has something to do with it, but I don't see how that implies an answer to my question.)

search results – How to customize Control_SearchResults.html to modify the href link

I want to change the URL link / path returned in the search results based on the name of the list.
I downloaded a copy of the Control_SearchResults and item_Default templates, I don't know what to change in these files

Currently saying that I have returned the URL below

/sites/mySite/Lists/EventType/DispForm.aspx?ID=2

I would like to change it to

/sites/mySite/Item/custombul.aspx?bId=5

or
/sites/mySite/Lists/NewsType/DispForm.aspx?ID=2

I would like to change it to

/sites/mySite/Item/customNewsType.aspx?bId=5

Any ideas on how to proceed or any resources would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

wp query – WP_Query of custom message type sorted by meta_key has unexpected results

I don't understand why my code generates events in a seemingly random order. It's not sorting by start_time as I expected.

 'events',
        'order'             => 'ASC',
        'order_by'          => 'meta_value',
        'meta_key'          => 'start_time',
        'post_status'       => 'publish',
        'nopaging'          => true,
    );
    $the_query = new WP_Query( $args );




    if($the_query->have_posts()) : while ($the_query->have_posts()) : $the_query->the_post();

        print_r( get_post_meta(get_the_ID(), 'start_time', false) ) . '
'; endwhile; endif; wp_reset_query(); ?>

The exits:

Array ( (0) => 2020-01-08 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-17 00:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-14 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-22 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-15 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-23 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-16 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-24 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-17 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-10 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-18 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-11 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-19 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-12 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-20 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-13 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-21 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-30 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-31 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-25 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-26 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-27 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-28 19:00:00 )
Array ( (0) => 2020-01-29 19:00:00 )