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Powershell – After loading the form, check the items in the list and count down

The following code succeeds, but I can not implement two functions.

  1. I hope that when the form is loaded,
    On tab 1 the list entry, entry 1 and entry 3 are selected.
    On tab 2, List Item, Element4 is selected

  2. Add countdown, automatic confirmation function
    If no action is taken within 10 seconds of opening the form, the OK button is automatically clicked.
    When the process is complete, cancel the countdown





# ----------------------------------------------
#region application functions
# ----------------------------------------------

#endregion application functions

# ----------------------------------------------
# Generated form function
# ----------------------------------------------
Function show-form_psf {

# ----------------------------------------------
#region Import the assemblies
# ----------------------------------------------
    [void][reflection.assembly]:: Load (System.Windows.Forms, Version = 2.0.0.0, Culture = neutral, PublicKeyToken = b77a5c561934e089)
    [void][reflection.assembly]:: Load (System.Drawing, Version = 2.0.0.0, Culture = neutral, PublicKeyToken = b03f5f7f11d50a3a & # 39;
#endregion import assemblies

# ----------------------------------------------
#region Generated form objects
# ----------------------------------------------
    [System.Windows.Forms.Application]:: EnableVisualStyles ()
$ form1 = new object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.Form & # 39;
$ tabcontrol1 = New object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.TabControl & # 39;
$ tabpage1 = New object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.TabPage & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox1 = New object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.CheckedListBox & # 39;
$ tabpage2 = New object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.TabPage & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox2 = New object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.CheckedListBox & # 39;
$ buttonOK = New object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.Button & # 39;
$ InitialFormWindowState = New Object & # 39; System.Windows.Forms.FormWindowState & # 39;
#endregion Generated form objects

# ----------------------------------------------
# User generated script
# ----------------------------------------------

$ form1_Load = {
#TODO: Initialize the form controls here

}

#region Control Helper functions
Function Update ListBox
{
    <#
        .SYNOPSIS
            This functions helps you load items into a ListBox or CheckedListBox.

        .DESCRIPTION
            Use this function to dynamically load items into the ListBox control.

        .PARAMETER ListBox
            The ListBox control you want to add items to.

        .PARAMETER Items
            The object or objects you wish to load into the ListBox's Items collection.

        .PARAMETER DisplayMember
            Indicates the property to display for the items in this control.

        .PARAMETER Append
            Adds the item(s) to the ListBox without clearing the Items collection.

        .EXAMPLE
            Update-ListBox $ListBox1 "Red", "White", "Blue"

        .EXAMPLE
            Update-ListBox $listBox1 "Red" -Append
            Update-ListBox $listBox1 "White" -Append
            Update-ListBox $listBox1 "Blue" -Append

        .EXAMPLE
            Update-ListBox $listBox1 (Get-Process) "ProcessName"

        .NOTES
            Additional information about the function.
    #>

        param
(
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)]
            [ValidateNotNull()]
            [System.Windows.Forms.ListBox]
            
            
            
            $ ListBox,
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $true)]
            [ValidateNotNull()]
            
            
            
            $ Items,
            [Parameter(Mandatory = $false)]
            [string]
            
            
            
            $ DisplayMember,
            [switch]
            $ Append
)

if (-not $ Append)
{
$ listBox.Items.Clear ()
}

if ($ Items -is [System.Windows.Forms.ListBox+ObjectCollection])
{
$ listBox.Items.AddRange ($ Items)
}
elseif ($ Items -is [Array])
{
$ listBox.BeginUpdate ()
foreach ($ obj in $ Items)
{
$ listBox.Items.Add ($ obj)
}
$ listBox.EndUpdate ()
}
otherwise
{
$ listBox.Items.Add ($ Items)
}

$ listBox.DisplayMember = $ DisplayMember
}
#endregion

$ buttonOK_Click = {
#TODO: Place a custom script here
$ checkedlistbox1.CheckedItems | Out-Host
$ checkedlistbox2.CheckedItems | Out-Host
}


# --End User Generated Script--
# ----------------------------------------------
#region Generated events
# ----------------------------------------------

$ Form_StateCorrection_Load =
{
# Correct the initial state of the form to avoid the problem with the .Net maximized form
$ form1.WindowState = $ InitialFormWindowState
}

$ Form_Cleanup_FormClosed =
{
#Remove all event handlers from the controls
To attempt
{
$ buttonOK.remove_Click ($ buttonOK_Click)
$ form1.remove_Load ($ form1_Load)
$ form1.remove_Load ($ Form_StateCorrection_Load)
$ form1.remove_FormClosed ($ Form_Cleanup_FormClosed)
}
start {out-zero <# Prevent PSScriptAnalyzer warning #> }
}
#endregion Generated events

# ----------------------------------------------
#region Generated form code
# ----------------------------------------------
$ form1.SuspendLayout ()
$ tabcontrol1.SuspendLayout ()
$ tabpage1.SuspendLayout ()
$ tabpage2.SuspendLayout ()
#
# Form 1
#
$ form1.Controls.Add ($ tabcontrol1)
$ form1.Controls.Add ($ buttonOK)
$ form1.AcceptButton = $ buttonOK
$ form1.AutoScaleDimensions = & # 39; 6, 13 & # 39;
$ form1.AutoScaleMode = & # 39; font & # 39;
$ form1.ClientSize = & # 28; 284, 262 & # 39;
$ form1.FormBorderStyle = & # 39; FixedDialog & # 39;
$ form1.MaximizeBox = $ False
$ form1.MinimizeBox = $ False
$ form1.Name = & # 39; form1 & # 39;
$ form1.StartPosition = & # 39; CenterScreen & # 39;
$ form1.Text = & # 39; form & # 39;
$ form1.add_Load ($ form1_Load)
#
# tabcontrol1
#
$ tabcontrol1.Controls.Add ($ tabpage1)
$ tabcontrol1.Controls.Add ($ tabpage2)
$ tabcontrol1.Location = & # 39; 22, 17 & # 39;
$ tabcontrol1.Name = & # 39; tabcontrol1 & # 39;
$ tabcontrol1.SelectedIndex = 0
$ tabcontrol1.Size = & # 39; 240, 204 & # 39;
$ tabcontrol1.TabIndex = 1
#
# tabpage1
#
$ tabpage1.Controls.Add ($ checkedlistbox1)
$ tabpage1.Location = & # 39; 4, 22 & # 39;
$ tabpage1.Name = & # 39; tabpage1 & # 39;
$ tabpage1.Padding = & # 39; 3, 3, 3, 3 & # 39;
$ tabpage1.Size = & # 232; 178 & # 39;
$ tabpage1.TabIndex = 0
$ tabpage1.Text = & # 39; tabpage1 & # 39;
$ tabpage1.UseVisualStyleBackColor = $ True
#
# checkedlistbox1
#
$ checkedlistbox1.CheckOnClick = $ True
$ checkedlistbox1.FormattingEnabled = $ True
    [void]$ checkedlistbox1.Items.Add (& # 39; item 1 & # 39;)
    [void]$ checkedlistbox1.Items.Add (& # 39; item 2 & # 39;)
    [void]$ checkedlistbox1.Items.Add (& # 39; item 3 & # 39;)
$ checkedlistbox1.Location = & # 39; 26, 27 & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox1.Name = & # 39; checkedlistbox1 & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox1.Size = & # 39; 181, 124 & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox1.TabIndex = 0
$ checkedlistbox1.UseCompatibleTextRendering = $ True
#
# tabpage2
#
$ tabpage2.Controls.Add ($ checkedlistbox2)
$ tabpage2.Location = & # 39; 4, 22 & # 39;
$ tabpage2.Name = & tab; tabpage2 & # 39;
$ tabpage2.Padding = & # 39; 3, 3, 3, 3 & # 39;
$ tabpage2.Size = & # 232; 178 & # 39;
$ tabpage2.TabIndex = 1
$ tabpage2.Text = & # 39; tabpage2 & # 39;
$ tabpage2.UseVisualStyleBackColor = $ True
#
# checkedlistbox2
#
$ checkedlistbox2.CheckOnClick = $ True
$ checkedlistbox2.FormattingEnabled = $ True
    [void]$ checkedlistbox2.Items.Add (& # 39; item 4 & # 39;)
    [void]$ checkedlistbox2.Items.Add (& # 39; item 5 & # 39;)
    [void]$ checkedlistbox2.Items.Add (& # 39; item 6 & # 39;)
$ checkedlistbox2.Location = & # 39; 26, 27 & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox2.Name = & # 39; checkedlistbox2 & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox2.Size = & # 39; 181, 124 & # 39;
$ checkedlistbox2.TabIndex = 1
$ checkedlistbox2.UseCompatibleTextRendering = $ True
#
# buttonOK
#
$ buttonOK.Anchor = & # 39; Lower right & # 39;
$ buttonOK.DialogResult = & # 39; OK & # 39;
$ buttonOK.Location = & # 39; 197, 227 & # 39;
$ buttonOK.Name = & # 39; buttonOK & # 39;
$ buttonOK.Size = & # 39; 75, 23 & # 39;
$ buttonOK.TabIndex = 0
$ buttonOK.Text = & # 39; & OK & # 39;
$ buttonOK.UseCompatibleTextRendering = $ True
$ buttonOK.UseVisualStyleBackColor = $ True
$ buttonOK.add_Click ($ buttonOK_Click)
$ tabpage2.ResumeLayout ()
$ tabpage1.ResumeLayout ()
$ tabcontrol1.ResumeLayout ()
$ form1.ResumeLayout ()
#endregion Generated form code

# ----------------------------------------------

#Store the initial state of the form
$ InitialFormWindowState = $ form1.WindowState
#Init the OnLoad event to correct the initial state of the form
$ form1.add_Load ($ Form_StateCorrection_Load)
#Clean the control events
$ form1.add_FormClosed ($ Form_Cleanup_FormClosed)
#View the form
return $ form1.ShowDialog ()

} #End Function

# Call the form
Show-form_psf | Out-Null

Behavior of dependent check boxes

Context:

In a form there are two main areas – boosters and filters.

When a booster is activated, the filter area can not be activated, and when the filter is activated no boosters can be activated. The current interaction is as follows:

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Question:

Is there a better way to present and communicate this? There is only one filter option. I have the feeling that something is wrong with the presentation and the layout. Should the filter option be a switch over the booster?

How can this be made more understandable?

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PHP – How do I check if a user is logged in to WordPress via a Perl-based download script?

I am trying to implement code in a Perl-based download script to check if a visitor to a download URL has logged into WordPress. Otherwise, do not allow the download. The direct download links are like external.com/vembed- at the end of the Perl script.

I'm trying to add the code in 1 and 2 in 3:

definitions:

define (& # 39; COOKIE_DOMAIN & # 39 ;, & # 39; xxxxff.com & # 39;);
define (& # 39; COOKIEHASH & # 39; md5 (& xxxfff.com & # 39;));

define (& # 39; ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH & # 39 ;, & # 39; / & # 39;);
define (& # 39; COOKIEPATH & # 39 ;, & # 39; / & # 39;);
define (& # 39; SITECOOKIEPATH & # 39 ;, & # 39; / & # 39;);

Code:

require_once $ _SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] , # Blog / wp-load.php & # 39 ;;
global $ current_user;
$ current_user = wp_get_current_user ();
// var_dump ($ current_user-> ID);
// var_dump ($ current_user-> display_name);
// var_dump ($ _ COOKIE);

if (! function_exists (& # 39; is_user_logged_in & # 39;)) {
require_once $ _SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] , # Blog / wp-includes / pluggable.php & # 39 ;;
}

$ current_user = wp_get_current_user ();
if (0 == $ current_user-> ID) {
// Not logged in.
echo & # 39; not logged in & # 39 ;;
} else {
// logged in.
echo & # 39; logged in & # 39 ;;
}       

(Part of the download script code)

I tried and expected to be able to check if the user is logged in to WordPress, but nothing happened.

What can I do on the WordPress page and on the Perl page?

Unit -? Most efficient way to check the distance of a player from a line?

I need to determine the player's distance from a line (or the outer edges of a GameObject, if that's easier) throughout the game's duration. I need the code to be pretty simple because I'm a beginner (though, if explained thoroughly, I can implement more complex solutions).

Is there an optimal way to do this without using the full formula for a point on a line? Because I think I might have problems implementing this in the unity system (maybe translating in / out of coordinate systems).

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