## e commerce – Selecting products for product comparison: Mobile UX?

Here is an example from Walgreens. You could expand this approach and offer an expandable drawer for users to see the items they have currently added to the comparison list, before opening the comparison page.

An additional consideration for mobile is the treatment of the comparison table in limited screen real estate. There are a few articles regarding this, here is one.

## general topology – What topologies on \$ X \$ can be generated by selecting \$ F \$, a set of functions in \$ mathbb {R} \$, and making them continuous?

Let $$varepsilon$$ denotes the empty assembly.

Let $$X$$ to be a topological space with topology $$T$$.

Let $$langle B rangle$$ denote closure under arbitrary unions, including unions of zero elements, and finite intersections of a set of sets, $$B$$.

Let $$T _ { mathbb {R}}$$ denote the standard topology on the reals.

Which topologies can be generated by selecting $$F$$, a set of cards of $$X$$ at $$mathbb {R}$$, declaring them arbitrarily continuous, then calculating the inverse images of the elements of $$T _ { mathbb {R}}$$.

For example, I can get the standard topology on $$mathbb {R} ! times ! mathbb {R}$$ by choosing the two functions $$f_1$$ and $$f_2$$ below

$$f_1 (x, y) = x$$
$$f_2 (x, y) = y$$

IT $$langle f ^ {- 1} _1 (T _ { mathbb {R}}), f ^ {- 1} _2 (T _ { mathbb {R}}) rangle$$ gives me the topology I want. I can build any epsilon ball $$mathbb {R} ! times ! mathbb {R}$$ that I want by bringing together a countable set of open squares. The epsilon balls form a basis for the standard topology on $$mathbb {R} ! times ! mathbb {R}$$, so I'm done.

However, we cannot generate the Sierpiński topology, $${ varepsilon, {0 }, {0, 1 } }$$. In addition, the only finite topologies that we can generate by selecting functions in $$mathbb {R}$$ are discrete topologies.

Any potential function $$f$$ must send $$0$$ to a single real number and $$1$$ to a single real number and each real number is in an open set.

What topologies can we generate by choosing a set of functions $$mathbb {R}$$ to be continuous and then leveraging the existing topological structure of $$mathbb {R}$$?

## textbox – Why can’t you reduce a selection from the beginning after selecting everything in a text input field?

The reason is consistency.

I do not have official reference literature on this, however, I believe it is possible for us to come to a comfortable reasoning, regardless.

Let’s walk through what we know from other user text-selection interactions in the same environment:

• Any other selection you perform on a quantity of text places the cursor somewhere. The cursor is not ever placed ambiguously—it’s always in a predictable location after every user interaction.

• There is only ever one “caret” or “insertion point”.

Thus, following the aforementioned established pattern, CTRL+A has to make a decision as to where the cursor shall be placed upon selection. Should the cursor be placed at the beginning of the selection, the end, or somewhere in the middle?

Let’s just go ahead and agree that “somewhere in the middle” is not going to yield predictable results, and nix that option.

We’re left with two options: the beginning or end.

Since the text being selected reads left to right, an assumption that most people select text with a cursor from left to right, and most active text editing happens at the end of a block of text, it seems like placing it at the end might be the best option.

## textbox – Why can’t you reducing a selection from the beginning after selecting everything in a text input field?

The reason is consistency.

I do not have official reference literature on this, however, I believe it is possible for us to come to a comfortable reasoning, regardless.

Let’s walk through what we know from other user text-selection interactions in the same environment:

• Any other selection you perform on a quantity of text places the cursor somewhere. The cursor is not ever placed ambiguously—it’s always in a predictable location after every user interaction.

• There is only ever one “caret” or “insertion point”.

Thus, following the aforementioned established pattern, CTRL+A has to make a decision as to where the cursor shall be placed upon selection. Should the cursor be placed at the beginning of the selection, the end, or somewhere in the middle?

Let’s just go ahead and agree that “somewhere in the middle” is not going to yield predictable results, and nix that option.

We’re left with two options: the beginning or end.

Since the text being selected reads left to right, an assumption that most people select text with a cursor from left to right, and most active text editing happens at the end of a block of text, it seems like placing it at the end might be the best option.

## Probability of selecting the first and third choice of the same color

There are 5 black pearls and 5 white pearls. You take the pearls out of your pocket one at a time, at random and without replacement. What is the probability that the third pearl taken from your pocket is the same color as the first?

By doing so, on a case-by-case basis, I have a 50% chance.
First choice: 50% chance (the boxes are symmetrical, so do it one way then 2x)
Second choice: Either you choose the same color, (4/9), or the other (5/9).
Third choice: you must choose the same color as 1 here. If you also chose the same color in 2, then it is (3/8), if you chose the other in 2, it is (4/8).

So we have 2 * ((1/2) * (4/9) * (3/8) + (1/2) * (5/9) * (4/8))
This is equivalent to 2 * ((3/36) + (5/36)) = 50%

However, I have been told that the answer is 4/9. The logic was that we don't get information on the second pull, so we treat the third bead with the probability space of the second, essentially. So it would be just 2 * ((1/2) * (4/9)) = (4/9).

Please advise on this logic as I do not understand how the elaboration of each case, as I did, gives a different answer. Thank you

## google translate – The translation bar below the screen does not appear when selecting a word in Chrome

Until the beginning of 2020, when I double-clicked on a word in chrome, thus selecting it, a small bar appeared at the bottom of the page:

When I pulled it up, I saw a Google translation of the selected text, like this:

But for the past few months I have been seeing a Google search result instead of a translation:

I have seen an answer to this question, but that does not imply a return to previous behavior. I tried it however; I didn't like this seething Google translation icon. Also, only one translation was shown, not a myriad of alternatives offered by the web version of Google Translate.

Is there a chance of returning to the previous behavior?

## Need help selecting the ecommerce platform

I want to create an e-commerce website and I'm trying to find the right platform. Some important criteria are:

– Relatively low cost
– The ability to restrict access to the webroot subdirectory behind a paid wall (not just database entries, like pages or posts in WP)

What I want to do is provide subscription access to the GIS applications that I have created using ArcGIS WebAppBuilder. The applications are deployed on my web server simply by downloading them. A user can access it by pointing the browser to the address of the webroot subdirectory of the folder in which the application files are located. This is why WP / WooCommerce does not seem to be a viable solution. All their plugins seem exclusively focused on protecting pages and publications.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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## Microsoft Flow – How to display only values ​​in a copy of a custom SharePoint list where values ​​are the result of selecting options from a drop-down list?

Environment

Of `Site Contents` directory in `SharePoint`, I created a `Custom List` via `New` > `App` > `Custom List`.

I have created my columns and added entries via the form associated with the list.

Some columns are of type `Choice` and configured to allow multiple selections.

For example:

``````Service Type:
- Groceries - Apples
- Groceries - Oranges
- Groceries - General

(note: multiple options can be selected)
``````

Desired behavior

Copy a SharePoint list to a CSV file via a recurring Microsoft Flow based on this Microsoft model.

Current behavior

The feed I created works.

However, when I open the CSV in Excel, where the values ​​are the result of selecting options from a drop-down list, the corresponding field has 4 columns (rather than 1):

``````ServiceType
ServiceType@odata.type
ServiceType#Id
ServiceType#Id@odata.type
``````

with the corresponding values ​​of:

``````
({"@odata.type":"#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedReference","Id":2,"Value":"Groceries - General"})

#Collection(Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedReference)

(2)

#Collection(Int64)

``````

Question

How can I make sure that:

• Only one column is displayed for each drop-down field
• Only values ​​are displayed, rather than all of Microsoft's "markup" text

Sink: