Is there a way to take user input (comments) using Microsoft flow "Email with Options" feature?

I have configured Microsoft flow on a task list item creation using “Send Mail with Options”. Different options that I have configured are “Approve” and “Deny”. It is working fine however I wonder if there is a way to take user input (comments) as mandatory when user clicks on “Deny” option in mail.

ANNOUNCEMENT – Feedback feature added to Proxies-free | Proxies-free

I know a lot of you guys requested this in private, and today we are pleased to say “we made it happen“.

Now you can leave feedback to a user, be it feedback from a marketplace deal, be it for posting reviews, for being helpful or unhelpful, spammer, trash poster etc.

This will help us keep evidence of members that don’t deserve to receive rewards for posting on our forum. Stay tuned, more features will be added.

This is where Feedback shows(under your profile):

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deep learning – Cnn pre trained model feature extraction

is global avg the best option or fc1 layer for feature extraction and pass further to another model?
what can be another option to extract features or retrain

input_size = (img_size, img_size, 3)
model_name == "xception":
baseModel = Xception(
weights="imagenet",
include_top=False,
input_shape=(img_size, img_size, 3)
)
headModel = baseModel.output
headModel = GlobalAveragePooling2D()(headModel)
headModel = Dense(512, activation="relu", kernel_initializer="he_uniform", name="fc1")(
headModel
)
headModel = Dropout(0.4)(headModel)
predictions = Dense(
2,
activation="softmax",
kernel_initializer="he_uniform")(
headModel
)
model = Model(inputs=baseModel.input, outputs=predictions)
model_l = Model(
inputs=baseModel.input,
outputs=model.get_layer("global_avg").output
)
for layer in baseModel.layers:
layer.trainable = False

dnd 5e – Dnd 5e question. Combination of green flame blade and the tiefling feature “flames of the nine hells”

I’m playing an eldritch knight, and I’m looking to optimize the damage of green flame blade. The feature “flames of the nine hells” states that “You deal 1d4 fire damage when hit by a melee attack and shed 30 feet of bright light after casting a fire spell, you can reroll 1s on spell fire damage rolls” would both the 1d4 fire damage and the re-roll 1’s on fire damage trigger when using green flame blade? Or is this meant for spells of level 1 and higher?

dnd 5e – Does the disadvantage on saves from Shadow Sorcerer’s Hound of Ill Omen feature persist beyond the first turn?

Shadow Sorcerer’s Hound of Ill Omen feature’s text reads:

…Additionally, while the hound is within 5 feet of the target, the target has disadvantage on saving throws against any spell you cast. The hound disappears if it is reduced to 0 hit points, if its target is reduced to 0 hit points, or after 5 minutes.

I’m curious if against any spell you cast refers to the action of casting the spell, or the condition of having been a spell that you cast in any tense.

The difference being that a spell like Hold Person would only get disadvantage on the first saving throw with the first interpretation, but on all following saving throws with the second interpretation.

The only comparable feature that I know of is Heightened Spell, a Sorcerer metamagic, that reads:

When you cast a spell that forces a creature to make a saving throw to resist its effects, you can spend 3 sorcery points to give one target of the spell disadvantage on its first saving throw made against the spell.

This feature is clear in its intent, that only the initial saving throw against any spell is affected and given disadvantage.

The lack of clarification on Hound of Ill Omen makes me wary of which way to rule.

Using Bootstrap’s thumbnail feature / How to use them properly?

I have made some google search and could not find a clear explanation for a complete beginner like me.

bootstrap’s page provides the following HTML to create a clickable thumbnail:

<div class="row">
  <div class="col-xs-6 col-md-3">
    <a href="#" class="thumbnail">
      <img src="https://drupal.stackexchange.com/..." alt="http://drupal.stackexchange.com/...">
    </a>
  </div>
  ...
</div>

but it does not tell me where to put it. For example, I am trying to create a homepage where there will be like 220×220 pxs images which will send the visitor to another page of the site when any of them is clicked.
I have accomplished this using the code below inside the content’s body field that I have created and placed them horizontally using Views Module in table & grid setting.

<p>
 <a href="http://drupal.stackexchange.com/plant-nutrition">
  <img alt="Responsive image" class="img-responsive" data-entity-type="file" data-entity-uuid="948cd381-a04e-499e-95fb-e3e8704418fa" src="https://drupal.stackexchange.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/picture.jpg" />
 </a>
</p>

What is the best practice of achieving my goal here? Should I use bootstrap’s grid and then use the html provided by the bootstrap above? If I do so I end up with a clickable thumbnail inside an unclickable thumbnail (which is created by the View’s page)

8 – Exported feature with roles not imported when loading module

TLDR; I’d like to export the permissions I’ve added to the authenticated role, and have them appear on a different server when installing the custom module. However, when I install the module on a fresh server, the permissions for the authenticated user remain as default, but I can see in admin/config/development/features that there are pending changes, and once I import them the settings are correctly applied. Why aren’t they applied on loading the module?

First I log into a blank dev site, navigate to admin/people/permissions and add the Article: Create new content permission for the authenticated user (which I know is create article content from looking at the page source in my browser).

I now navigate to admin/config/development/features/edit and select Roles->Authenticate user (authenticated), pick a module name, enable Mark all config as required and click Download Archive.

The result is a module that contains 3 files:

my_module.features.yml

required: true

my_module.info.yml

name: 'my module'
type: module
core: 8.x
dependencies:
  - user

Since I’m using 9.0.7 I changed this to;

name: 'my module'
type: module
core_version_requirement: '^8 || ^9'
dependencies:
  - user

config/install/user.role.authenticated.yml

langcode: en
status: true
dependencies: {  }
id: authenticated
label: 'Authenticated user'
weight: 1
is_admin: false

For some reason Features didn’t pick up my permission changes, so I changed this manually to;

langcode: en
status: true
dependencies: {  }
id: authenticated
label: 'Authenticated user'
weight: 1
is_admin: false
permissions:
  - 'create article content'

Now I tried to install the module by copying it to /modules/custom/my_module and running drush en my_module on a completely clean site. However, when I navigate to admin/people/permissions I see this:

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When I go to admin/config/development/features/diff/my_module I can see that my features were correctly interpreted, just not applied:

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If I now select Import Changes the permissions apply correctly. But why aren’t they already applied, when the my_module module is clearly enabled?

I tried playing around with the weight value in user.role.authenticated.yml to no avail (I changed it to 9999 and -9999 but it didn’t seem to have any impact).

The fact that I had to modify my user.role.authenticated.yml indicates that something has perhaps gone wrong at the export step, but I don’t know enough about the features module to know if these events are related.

How to use “aggregate” chart feature on Google Sheets

With some playing around, I figured out what the aggregate feature does.

Basically, the aggregate feature allows you to aggregate all values that share an identical x-axis key.

Normally, if you have duplicate x-axis keys, your chart will look something like this, with values having the same key forming vertical lines:

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(I’ve increased the width of the lines to make it easier to see what’s happening.)

But perhaps this isn’t the behavior you want. Perhaps, instead, you want all y-values with the same x-value to be summed, and only the summation to be plotted. The aggregate feature lets you do this.

First, turn on the aggregate feature, and select the desired aggregation method:

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After making these edits, instead of y-values with identical x-values resulting in vertical bars, the aggregation of the y-values for a given x-values will be graphed:

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PHP 7.3 and 7.4 fail to compile on Debian 9.13 with error checking SSSE3 CPU feature

I’m working on updating a system from using PHP 7.2 to PHP 7.4, but I ran into a compiling error that I haven’t seen before and I’m not entirely understanding why it isn’t working.

In file included from /home/derek/php-7.4.11/ext/standard/base64.c:369:
/home/derek/php-7.4.11/Zend/zend_cpuinfo.h:143:9: error: invalid cpu feature string for builtin
        return __builtin_cpu_supports("ssse3");
               ^                      ~~~~~~~
1 error generated.
Makefile:1286: recipe for target 'ext/standard/base64.lo' failed
make: *** (ext/standard/base64.lo) Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....

And this is the configure command I used:

./configure –with-openssl –with-system-ciphers –without-sqlite3
–enable-exif –enable-fpm –with-fpm-systemd –with-mysqli –with-sodium –enable-mbstring –with-pdo-mysql –without-pdo-sqlite –with-config-file-path=/etc/php –with-libdir=/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu

It doesn’t report any issues with configure, only when it comes to compile. configure does correctly identify that ssse3 is not supported on the system.