Can i draw location data from images requested through google forms and input that into the forms csv?

I am hoping to produce a form that can create lines of data including geospatial data in order to plot this information on a map. My form requests an image followed by questions to supply data with the image and this nicely populates into a csv.

What I would now like to do is grab location data from the image and input into my csv so that I can plot the information at the location in which the image was taken?

If there is a better method than using forms for this task I am happy with that, however I need the data input to be user friendly.

Thanks in advance

javascript – Controlar entrada de datos en un input por JS

Tengo una función en JS para controlar lo que el usuario puede o no introducir por teclado.
Ahora mismo llamo a esa función mediante un onkeypress de manera que cada vez que el usuario teclea en el input compruebo que es correcto.

Ahora tengo el problema de que si copia y pega un texto en ese input al no haber tecleado una tecla no se llama a la función, he probado con el onchange pero con el problema de que si copio y pego en ese input y directamente doy al botón submit no llama a la función.

¿Cual es la forma correcta para poder llamar a esa función en cualquier caso posible?

magento2 – {“exception”:”[object] (Magento\Framework\Validator\Exception(code: 0): One or more input exceptions have occurred

I’m getting the following issue since today, i’m not able to find out what is going on. It was all working fine for the past few months, and no files was modified recently. What could be the problem? ( Unfortunately, the support from the extension provider is expired, i’m trying to resolve the problem myself.)

checked: cron jobs are running fine.

checked: ticket.php was not modified.

checked: mysql is running

error from exception log

(2020-09-14 14:15:09) main.CRITICAL: One or more input exceptions have occurred. {"exception":"(object) (Magento\Framework\Validator\Exception(code: 0): One or more input exceptions have occurred. at /home/-----/public_html/app/code/Aheadworks/Helpdesk/Model/Ticket.php:246)"} ()

this is the partial from ticket.php, starting from line 230

 * Add cc_recepients validation to regular validation
 * @return $this
 * @throws MagentoFrameworkValidatorException
public function validateBeforeSave()
    try {
    } catch (ValidatorException $catchedException) {

    if (!empty($catchedException)) {
        $validateException = $catchedException;
    } else {
        $validateException = new ValidatorException();

    $emailRule = new Zend_Validate_EmailAddress();
    $ccRecipients = $this->getCcRecipients() ? $this->getCcRecipients() : ();
    $emailsToValidate = array_merge(($this->getCustomerEmail()), $ccRecipients);

    foreach ($emailsToValidate as $email) {
        if (!$emailRule->isValid($email)) {
            foreach ($emailRule->getMessages() as $message) {
                $validateException->addMessage(new Error($message));

    if (count($validateException->getMessages())) {
        throw $validateException;

    return $this;

Input works differently when I include stdbool header file in C++

Check this simple C++ program that fills the array and then prints it.

When I run normally, the input is taken one after another when I press enter each time.

When I include <stdbool.h> header file and I didn’t even use it. This gave me additional feature. I can provide entire input at once in a single line. I observed this only works with char array. Someone explain ?


using namespace std;

int main(){
    char arr(3)(3);
    for(int i = 0; i < 3 ; i++){
        for( int j = 0; j < 3 ; j++){
            cin>> arr(i)(j);
        for(int i = 0; i < 3 ; i++){
        for( int j = 0; j < 3 ; j++){
            cout << arr(i)(j)<<endl;
    return 0;


microphone – How can I prevent MIDI Aggregate Input Device from distorting audio?

I am trying to redirect both my microphone and computer sound output to an aggregate device so I can auto-transcribe both sides of a web conference. I set up the Aggregate Device via the Audio Midi Setup and ensured that they both have the same sample rate. Then I record using sox and the playback sounds chopped up and slowed down. Is it interleaving the two streams as if they’re alternating instead of simultaneous? I’ve tried using both Soundflower and Virtual Audio Cable–same results. Also same results whether “Drift Correction” is enabled or disabled, and whichever of the two inputs I set as Clock Source.

Has anyone encountered the same behavior? Is it possible to fix in the Midi Setup and/or is there any kind of workaround using sox itself?

Thank you!

networking – Ethernet installation in New house using Legrand TM1110 Terminal Telephone Input Module

I recently moved to a new house and it is pre wired with ethernet. Today, I finally decided to check out the wiring in order to connect an additional Wireless Access point in a different room. My Internet router provided by my ISP has a built in switch with about 6 additional ports so I decided to connect an Ethernet cable from one of the ports to the Ethernet Jack on the wall thinking I would be able to get the signal in any other jack in the house, unfortunately that was not the case. So I bought a tone tracer and determined (!(unpatched cable)(1))(1) the cable is not actually connected to anything (see picture below with circled unpatched cable).

So, my question is, in order to Provide Ethernet Access with Internet to the rest of the house, do I have to patch this cable to the Legran TM1110 terminal Service In slot? (!(Legrand Terminal)(2))(2)
Will this actually work? I also see there is an Ethernet Jack in this Legran Terminal, what’s that for? Can I terminate the cable with an Ethernet jack and plug it there.

In any case, what’s the best solution? Last resort I can also always install an actual switch in there since there is a power outlet, and terminate all the cable with jacks but I suspect there must be a better solution.