Is it possible to force a user (connected to my LAN) to navigate through the browser's private browsing mode on mobile devices?

I want to know if it is possible for users (connected to my private network) to access my website but only through the browser's private browsing mode to control the screenshot on this site Web.

language – "OK" or "Ok" on the user interface?

There is also the pedantic answer to consider.

All dictionaries I know list OK as the correct spelling of the word, never OK. (In fact, the StackExchange spell checker even reported Ok as an error.) So Ok just means you have a spelling error. One of the other comments mentions the practice in Denmark. I guess we are discussing English, the United States, the United Kingdom or some other major variant.

It is okay to use ok in written language, although Apple's documentation guidelines require the use of OK (search for "ok"). Most of the human interface directives that take the trouble to underline the obvious specifically say to use OK in a button, however, this is not good. See for example Microsoft guidelines.

Finally, for the sake of clarity, many sources now suggest not to use an OK button at all, but to replace it with something more descriptive. See for example this article. It is not a bed, despite the fact that the author did not know how to spell a keyword correctly in the title. 🙂

API – How do I know which user has made which BTC transaction?

I am making an application and I want my users to deposit BTC coins at my address which is an exchange address (I do not have private keys).

How do I know which user has made which transaction?

I have a way, which is to add the digital user ID to the amount, for example if a user wants to deposit a 100.00 BTC coin, and the ID is 158769, I can add the ID in the amount like this: 100.000015158769 and do it as a QR code so that the user deposits the exact amount so that I know that he has made this transaction, but does it exist there any other way to do it, any idea?

Thanks in advance

user behavior – What should be triggered in a blog when deselecting a tag?

I am writing a simple personal blog. The articles will have tags and I would like to give the reader the possibility to choose, according to them, which articles interest them.

To define the context, imagine two articles:

  • "Something technical" with tags tech and learn
  • "Learning methodologies" with the tag learn

The page opens with all the messages, and a box with all the tags set to "active" is provided at the top (with some explanation that you can click on it to filter the messages).

What behavior users expect when they click on a tag (for example, learn) at deselect he?

  1. since both messages carry the tag learn should they both disappear?
  2. since "Something technical" also carries tech it should stay (and "learning methodologies" should be hidden)?

I guess I wonder if I should go for the strategy "delete only tag-focused articles" (2. above) vs. "delete everything related to a tag" (1. above)

user search – How to test USSD flows?

I am working on some USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) feeds which essentially help health workers in remote communities without Internet access to collect basic data (height, age, weight) from residents of this locality.

My question is: how can I test the usability and the formulation (local language translation) of USSD streams?

user interface – askpass and hideTab work locally but they don't work in

In the code below, when you enter the words: "alpha", "beta" and "gamma" and the cursor is in "5", a window created by & # 39; askpass & # 39; should appear asking for a password (which is "pwd") and, invoking hideTab, will open the "Two" tab.

This process works on my local machine. In, it returns "Disconnected from the server". The code can be tried in

Any idea why it doesn't work in

Thank you


ui = fluidPage(
      selectInput(inputId  = "words", label = "Word(s)",
                  choices  = c("alpha","beta","gamma"), 
                  selected = "alpha",
                  multiple = TRUE),
      sliderInput("sldr","Enter number",min=1,max=5,value=3),
      navbarPage(title = "", 
                 id = "tsp",
    ) # closes mainPanel
  ), # closes sidebarLayout 
)   # closes ui

server = function(input, output) {
  observeEvent(c(input$words,input$sldr), {

      if(("alpha" == input$words(1)) && 
         ("beta"  == input$words(2)) && 
         ("gamma" == input$words(3)) && 
         (input$sldr == 5)){

        if(askpass("Just do it")=="pwd"){showTab(inputId = "tsp", target = "Two")}

        hideTab(inputId = "tsp", target = "Two")
      } # closes if ... long set of conditions
      hideTab(inputId = "tsp", target = "Two")
} # closes server

shinyApp(ui, server)

linux – After adding a user to a group, you can't know if I'm there or not?

I added a group called developers

sudo groupadd developers

then I added myself to this group

$ sudo usermod -a -G developers nick.weavers

Then I issued the command groups to verify that I had been added, but I got this

$ groups
nick.weavers wheel

However if I issued the groups command with the name of the user I wanted to check like this

$ groups nick.weavers
nick.weavers : nick.weavers wheel developers

I am part of the developer group, but am I? Why do the two commands show different results?

c ++ – How to re-enter the input of a user in case he has not entered anything or has entered incorrectly?

"I am working on a puzzle game as a university project. The user has to guess a certain number of colors with a certain order. The problem is that if the user enters something like" erd "instead of "red", his chance would be lost. I wanted to make the code say "invalid color!" When he grabs something invalid and lets it come back in. I did it, but there has a little problem, look at the code below:

void guess(char guessBall(4)(10)){
for(int i=0; i<4; i++){
    if(strcmp(guessBall(i),"red")==0 ||strcmp(guessBall(i),"blue")==0 ||strcmp(guessBall(i),"green")==0 || strcmp(guessBall(i),"yellow")==0|| strcmp(guessBall(i),"white")==0||strcmp(guessBall(i),"black")==0){
        cout<<"invalid color!";

The problem is that if the user enters like this: red blue FALSE black instead of pressing enter every time, he SHOULD say "invalid color!" and let it in, but the color order would be wrong. example:
ENTRY: "red FALSE green blue"
EXIT: Invalid color!
ENTRY: "Red"
EXIT: Your guess: red green blue red
the assumption should be "red red green blue".
Would be grateful if u guys gave suggestions.

sharepoint online – Column validation user message displayed for one millisecond

Validation of the column will only take effect if you try to save a new item or save the changes made to an existing item.

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I have tested with "Require this column to contain information" set to "Yes" or "No", in both a classic and modern experiment and I cannot reproduce this problem in my environment.

Perhaps you can go to another list and see if you are having the same problem.

See my test results below:

Modern experience

Classic experience

Sort order of saved items – User Experience Stack Exchange

I am working on a job app which allows users to save jobs. Each job on the site has two states, active and completed. When a user saves a job, it is added to their saved area. In this area, the user can sort this list of saved jobs in three ways: most recent, oldest or ending soon.

The problem I have is how to present the work order when the ending soon is selected. As mentioned earlier, the work on the site can be active or completed. If a user selects ending soon, where should I place completed jobs?

By the way, I provide users with a way to remove all completed jobs from their list, but they can choose not to.

One way I have tried to fix this is that when the screen loads, the jobs ending soon are in focus and the jobs finished are above them, but out screen (see image below).

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Any recommendation or suggestion would be greatly appreciated.