View formatting on the document library in Sharepoint Online

I am looking to format the view of site pages using JSON formatting. Is there a way to get the Date Posted field and also the page URL?

I see that there is no column formatting on the Name field of a library, but look if there is a tweak to get the url from the page .

FAI in San Jose / Mountain View


I have a client who has problems obtaining services in:
Mountain View CA 94043
San Jose CA, 95131

I am happy to send PM addresses. The client I have is having problems because ISPs are not readily available.
I have been told that one of their facilities is a Windstream circuit which costs more than my rent.

They need redundant ISPs to serve on-premise web servers and e-mail.

WIFI or MIFI can work for their needs as long as the speed is fast enough of 20 Mbps from top to bottom + preferably.

I was not sure who to turn to because the LEC is ATT and they are not quite useful all the time either.
I turned to WHT before and I was very lucky.

Thanks in advance!

c # – Android.Util.AndroidRuntimeException: & # 39; Only the original thread that created a view hierarchy can touch its views. & # 39;

RecuperaPayload = FindViewById (Resource.Id.editTextMultilinhas);



.Where (msg => msg.Topic == "topic1")

.Sign up (msg =>


Console.WriteLine($"Resposta da chamada original  = {msg.Topic} mensagem  =  

{Encoding.UTF8.GetString (msg.Payload)} ");

Console.WriteLine($"Resposta do MQTT = {Encoding.UTF8.GetString(msg.Payload)}");

string Base;

Base = $"{Encoding.UTF8.GetString(msg.Payload)}";                     

RecuperaPayload.Text = Base;

it manages to run the editor and the payload presenting the data in Edittext.text but hangs on the line returning the execution to the IDE:

RecoverPayload.Text = Base;

giving the following error message: Android.Util.AndroidRuntimeException:

"Only the original feed that created a view hierarchy can touch its views."

ios13 – swift 5 -> delete all previous view controllers then present a new one

I have tried several ways to close all previous controllers and open a new one, but so far I haven't reached it and all the code examples I can find are related to versions of swift <5, can anyone point me in the right direction or documentation how to do it?

I have a basic controller where I reuse certain methods, in which I have the following:

    func switchStoryboard(storyboard:String, controller:String, dismiss:Bool)
        let storyboard = UIStoryboard(name: storyboard, bundle: nil)
        let vc = storyboard.instantiateViewController(withIdentifier: controller) as UIViewController
            //this did not work for me
            if let presented = self.presentedViewController {
            //this did not work either
            self.view.window!.rootViewController?.dismiss(animated: false, completion: nil)
            //then when I use this, or the next line of code, the new view controller does not show, and the main one reloads? or maybe just goes back to it?            
            self.presentingViewController?.present(vc, animated: true, completion: nil)
            self.presentingViewController?.presentingViewController?.present(vc, animated: true, completion: nil)
        } else {
            //this works but leaves unused controllers
            present(vc, animated: true, completion: nil)

Any help is appreciated

Two-point OpenGL perspective view – Game Development Stack Exchange

What am I trying to achieve: A perspective with two vanishing points like this

Why I am there: I'm really bad at 3D (obviously) so I'm trying to replace the character models with 2D sprites like in Populous 3, or the quest "The Game" in Fable 3. I also want to have a top view down as in isometric games. Alas, the distortion in perspective completely kills the effect, giving sprites an asymmetrical appearance whenever they are off center.

What am I doing right now:

  gluPerspective(FOV, wndWidth / wndHeight, zNear, zFar);
  // Googling lead me to this MV matrix, alas it's not working for me
  // {
  //  1, 0, 0, 0, 
  //  0, 1, 0, 0, 
  //  0, -camY/camZ, -camZ, 0, 
  //  0, 0, 0, 1
  // }
  // camX = camY = camZ = 50
    camX, camY, camZ,
    0, 0, 0,
    0, 0, 1
  // then I draw a uniform grid -5..5 by -5..5
  // and slightly off-center wireframe box to test if they are drawn correctly

Does it work? No no.

What else I managed to google: Not much, really. I found an example that looks a bit like something I want to achieve, but they place the camera at ground level with a zero delta Z, effectively eliminating the third vanishing point. In another example, they just reduced the field of vision to an absurdly low value, making it look like a two-point perspective to some extent.

I'm afraid of missing or misunderstanding something. I also don't know if the desired output will actually look like what I want, and I won't reject it if it doesn't.

8 – How to get the total number of lines on a block of a view

Sure hook_block_view_alter() I need to get a total number of rows displayed by this block.

For example, I have a view with the following block:

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Sure hook_block_view_alter() I do the appropriate checks in order to eliminate unnecessary blocks and get the one shown in the figure above.

function mymodule_block_view_alter(array &$build, DrupalCoreBlockBlockPluginInterface $block) {
  if (!preg_match('~^views_block:taxonomy_tag_list~', $block->getPluginId())) {

  $view = $block->getViewExecutable();
  // Gets the number of rows
  $totalRows = $view->get_total_rows;

But for some reason, $totalRows contains NULL.enter description of image here

Here is the object of the current view:
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Why can't I get the total number of lines? Maybe i'm using the wrong hook?

android – How to inflate a custom view in a linear layout in a recycling view?

I'm following this tutorial to create an expandable RecyclerView. Here is the complete code. My goal is to inflate this layout instead of a simple text view:




for (int indexView = 0; indexView < intMaxNoOfChild; indexView++) {
    TextView textView = new TextView(context);
    textView.setPadding(0, 20, 0, 20);
    textView.setBackground(ContextCompat.getDrawable(context, R.drawable.background_sub_module_text));
    LinearLayout.LayoutParams layoutParams = new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(LinearLayout.LayoutParams.MATCH_PARENT, LinearLayout.LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);
    linearLayout_childItems.addView(textView, layoutParams);

I need that for each layout created in the linear layout, I can add different text and a different image. Any idea how to do this?

Watch the video that changes my view of money online – MLM & Network Marketing

I visited the isurebets website in December 2019 and watched a video that completely changed my view of money online.
The video deals with the affairs of surebets on their platform, which made me forget about forex, article writing and all the other jobs that people talk about every day.

I am currently in the business and am very happy with it. You might have a different opinion on the business, but you will strongly recommend to sit down and watch the short video until the end and be the judge.

You can contact me by email kampat80{@{ if you need help or just to exchange ideas.

Magento 2.3: change the bypass of the store view from the URL

i want to change my url store view is this possible? change bypass of store view from url

android – How can I force my web view to refresh after the method / function is finished

It seems like I won't be able to fix this myself :(. But here's my problem

  1. I have declared a var lastloaded where date and time data will be stored
  2. This variable is used in tappingOnTab() and in this method i will check the lastloaded variable and if it is more than 1 minute I will check the internet connection via checkConnection() method

  3. If its duration is more than 1 minute, it will force the refresh of the web view. But how can I do this after everything is done?

Here is my page code with a web view ():

class _HomePageState extends State {
  final FirebaseMessaging _firebaseMessaging = FirebaseMessaging();
  // WebViewController myController;
  var lastloaded;
  Completer _controller = Completer();

  _exitApp(BuildContext context, Future controller) async {
    controller.then((data) async {
      WebViewController controller = data;
      var goBack = await controller.canGoBack();
      if (goBack == true) {
        print("onwill go back");
      } else {
        print("onwill not go back");

  void initState() {

  void firebaseCloudMessagingListeners() {
    if (Platform.isIOS) iOSPermission();

    _firebaseMessaging.getToken().then((token) {

      onMessage: (Map message) async {
        setState(() {
                  builder: (BuildContext context) => NotificationClicked()));
      onResume: (Map message) async {
      onLaunch: (Map message) async {

  void iOSPermission() {
        IosNotificationSettings(sound: true, badge: true, alert: true));
        .listen((IosNotificationSettings settings) {
      print("Settings registered: $settings");

  void tappingOnTab() {
    final now =;
    if (lastloaded != null) {
      if (now.difference(lastloaded).inMinutes > 1) {
        return _checkConnection();
      lastloaded = now;

  Widget build(BuildContext context) {
    return WillPopScope(
      onWillPop: () => _exitApp(context, _controller.future),
      child: SafeArea(
        child: Scaffold(
          body: WebView(
            initialUrl: '',
            javascriptMode: JavascriptMode.unrestricted,
            onWebViewCreated: (controller) {
            onPageFinished: (controller) async {
              (await _controller.future).evaluateJavascript(
              (await _controller.future).evaluateJavascript(
              (await _controller.future).evaluateJavascript(

  _checkConnection() async {
    var result = await (Connectivity().checkConnectivity());
    if (result == ConnectivityResult.none) {
      _showDialog("No internet", "You are not connected to the internet");
    } else if (result == {
      _showDialog("Internet Access", "You are connected over mobile data");
    } else if (result == ConnectivityResult.wifi) {
      _showDialog("Internet Access", "You are connected over wifi");

  _showDialog(title, text) {
        context: context,
        builder: (context) {
          return AlertDialog(
            title: Text(title),
            content: Text(text),
            actions: (
                child: Text("Ok"),
                onPressed: () {