disable fontawesome style in wordpress float menu plugin

i want disable load fontawesome file by WordPress plugin( Float menu ). but my code not working!!!

add_action( 'wp_print_styles', 'masoud_nkh_wp_styles', 100);
function masoud_nkh_wp_styles() {
    global $post;
    if ( is_front_page() &&  is_a( $post, 'WP_Post' )  ) {
    wp_dequeue_style('float-menu-pro-fontawesome-css');
    wp_deregister_style('float-menu-pro-fontawesome-css');
}
}

kernel – Disable virtual console hotkeys Ctrl+Alt+F7 and higher

On Linux systems Ctrl+Alt+F1 thru F6 open virtual terminals. It seems like there are only 6 of these. Sometimes F7 may also be used for the window manager but at least on my current system (18.04) it is F1 that brings me back to the desktop.

So I have some binds, and due to historical momentum I chose F10 as the key to swap with my caps lock, and so I want to set up various key combination binds with F10, e.g. Shift+F10, Alt+F10, etc. I use these key chords heavily in terminal since it’s kind of a free source of extra keys, F10 is normally out of the way and won’t get used.

So here’s the problem, I can’t really set up a Ctrl+Alt+F10 bind because on Linux it will go to a blank virtual terminal blinking cursor screen. I’d like to know if there is a way to disable this while keeping the 1 thru 6 tty’s available for troubleshooting needs. Barring that it seems like Ctrl+Alt+F10 will be completely off-limits to me.

keyboard shortcuts – Disable “Press `/` to jump to the search box” in Google

Recently I’ve been getting the message on the bottom left on Google whenever I press Ctrl + L to put focus the omnibar (“Press / to jump to the search box”).

message "Press / to jump to the search box" on Google

While the animation only slightly annoys me, I would like to turn off this message if easily possible.

Apart from using an adblocker to remove it, is there a setting to do this?

gpg – pinentry-mac: disable Keychain storage

I’m using pinentry-mac with openfortivpn, to prompt for passwords and tokens. I installed both using Homebrew.

However, there’s a button in the pinentry dialog to save to the keychain, and it’s checked by default. I’d like to disable this, or at least make it unchecked by default.

Based on this and this and the source, I’ve tried both of these:

defaults write org.gpgtools.common DisableKeychain -bool yes
defaults write org.gpgtools.common UseKeychain false

But neither had any effect. Anything else I can do?

checkout – Magento2 / Add check for disable submit button on custom payment method

I have developed a payment method for Magento 2. I would like the “send order” button (“invia ordine”) to be disabled in checkout (or send an error message) if the customer does not select an item in the options menu of my method (“seleziona”).

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/app/code/Infocurci/Pagamentodilazionato/view/frontend/web/template/payment/pagamentodilazionato.html

<div class="payment-method" data-bind="css: {'_active': (getCode() == isChecked())}">
<div class="payment-method-title field choice">
    <input type="radio"
           name="payment(method)"
           class="radio"
           data-bind="attr: {'id': getCode()}, value: getCode(), checked: isChecked, click: selectPaymentMethod, visible: isRadioButtonVisible()"/>
   <label data-bind="attr: {'for': getCode()}" class="label"><span data-bind="text: getTitle()"></span></label>
                
</div>
<div class="payment-method-content">
    <div>
         
    <select name="payment(condizionipagamento)" class="select input-text required-entry" 
                            data-bind="
                                attr: {id: getCode()+'_condizionipagamento'},
                                options: getCardList(),
                                optionsValue: 'value',
                                optionsText: 'type',
                                optionsCaption: $t('--Please Select--'),
                                ">
                </select>
    </div>
     <!-- ko foreach: getRegion('messages') -->
    <!-- ko template: getTemplate() --><!-- /ko -->
    <!--/ko-->
    <div class="payment-method-billing-address">
        <!-- ko foreach: $parent.getRegion(getBillingAddressFormName()) -->
        <!-- ko template: getTemplate() --><!-- /ko -->
        <!--/ko-->
    </div>
    <div class="checkout-agreements-block">
        <!-- ko foreach: $parent.getRegion('before-place-order') -->
        <!-- ko template: getTemplate() --><!-- /ko -->
        <!--/ko-->
    </div>
    <div class="actions-toolbar">
        <div class="primary">
            <button class="action primary checkout"
                    type="submit"
                    data-bind="
                    click: placeOrder,
                    attr: {title: $t('Place Order')},
                    css: {disabled: !isPlaceOrderActionAllowed()},
                    enable: (getCode() == isChecked())
                    "
                    disabled>
                <span data-bind="i18n: 'Place Order'"></span>
            </button>
        </div>
    </div>
</div>

http – How to disable the use of verb tunneling using such headers or query parameters in .NET?

I’m failing a security scan that is saying my .NET application is allowing verb tunneling and the recommendation is to disable this. The application needs to accept PUT and DELETE headers as well as GET and POST. The scan is sending these headers on an endpoint that accepts POSTs:

X-HTTP-METHOD: PUT
X-HTTP-Method-Override: PUT
X-METHOD-OVERRIDE: PUT

I’ve done a lot of researching and am having a hard time finding a way to “disable” verb tunneling. It seems that these methods need to be allowed, not the other way around.

For example, in .NET the HttpMethodOverrideExtensions method is what allows these types of headers.

Am I correct in my response saying the application by default does not allow verb tunneling, as the methods to allow it are not in the application’s code base?

iphone – How to disable a floating right arrow button that makes FaceTime calls

My mom keeps accidentally FaceTiming me and we think it’s because of a floating gray button with a left angle bracket on it:

floating right arrow button

I’ve been trying to help her remotely turn it off. She must have accidentally activated it somehow today, but she is unaware of how it happened.

Assistive touch is turned off. Nothing in control center is highlighted. I’ve tried searching for it on my phone to figure out what enables it, but I cannot figure it out. I have googled and all I find is suggestions to turn off assistive tough, but that is off. I don’t even know how to google it. I’ve been trolling through assistive access, FaceTime, and phone settings and can find nothing related to that button.

What is this button and how do you disable it?

How can one disable automatic screen turn-off during call on Samsung Galaxy S10 (Android 10, One UI 1.0)?

How can one disable automatic screen turn-off during call on Samsung Galaxy S9?

All the solutions I have seen so far do not apply to Android 10, One UI 1.0. For example, I don’t see any Turn off screen during calls option that this answer for Tecno F7 by geffchang is referring to:

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