Menu Prompts or Interactive Voice Responses (IVRs)

Menu Prompts or Interactive Voice Responses (IVRs) eg; "Press 1 for Sales" allow callers to easily connect with the person or department they require. We supply IVR recordings on separate files for loading or updating on your phones.

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Menu Prompts or Interactive Voice Responses (IVRs)

Menu Prompts or Interactive Voice Responses (IVRs) permit direct access to a person or department. "Press 1 for sales" for example. We supply IVRs as individual files for easy loading and updating to your phone system.

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user expectation – CTA on mobile screen that prompts another CTA

I’m currently designing a mobile screen that has a floating CTA bar at the bottom of the screen (see picture below).

The issue that I have run into is that the “Inspect” CTA at the bottom of the screen allows for 2 different flows, which means the user needs to choose which one he/she wants to go into. Therefore, I am faced with a situation where I ask the user to choose between “Inspect” and “edit location” and then choose between two different types of inspections with a pop-up style card in the same location.

As you can imagine, this can get very weird in terms of design patterns.

Has anyone come across this and is there a better pattern that I can incorporate?

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networking – ubuntu 18.04 ISO – Disable Network Configuration Prompts / Dialog via preseed config

During ubuntu iso 18.04 server install the network configuration manager dialog will showing if ethernet is not active.

Note: I have created unattended ubuntu 18.04 offline iso. hence I don’t want to show manual interaction like showing network configuration dialog. is there any way to disable the dialog since it has manually interacted?

Can we do it preseed file?

kindly help with this

Thanks,
Ramesh

windows – How to set the order in which administrative accounts are offered in UAC prompts?

I have installed Windows 10 Enterprise 1909 on several of my PCs. For my daily work, I am using an account which is not in the Administrators group. This means that I am running into UAC prompts quite often, which somehow is the goal of working that way.

So far, so good. But when working as a non-administrator, the UAC prompt not only asks you to click YES to permit the respective action, but you have to enter an administrator’s password. If there are multiple administrative users on the system, this can lead to problems.

For example, the UAC prompt in my daily work account looks like that:

UAC prompt stage 1

Here, we can see that there obviously is an administrative user Acronis Agent User on that system, which is not surprising because I have installed Acronis software there. However, I can’t enter the password of this user, because I don’t know it; that account has been created automatically during Acronis software installation and might be configured without a password at all.

Hence, to proceed, I have to click on the link More choices, which in turn leads to the following situation:

UAC prompt stage 2

I want to use the Administrator password, because it is the only administrative password I know, so I have to click again on Administrator, which leads to the following situation:

UAC prompt stage 3

Now I finally can enter the Administrator password and click YES.

This whole procedure is driving me mad now (after having tolerated it for several months). I hit that UAC prompt several times a day, and it takes several mouse clicks until I finally can enter the password. There is no chance to automate the procedure because the UAC prompt appears on a Secure Desktop, which I don’t want to change.

Hence the question:

Is it possible to set a “default administrative user for UAC prompts” somewhere, or to order the list of administrative accounts which are offered in the UAC prompt? If I could make Administrator the first list item (instead of Acronis Agent User), the problem would be solved.

It seems that the list is sorted alphabetically, so I could eventually rename the Administrator account name to 000, for example. But I have never tried this and I am unsure whether or not it would be a stupid idea, so I would prefer to order that account list using another method; perhaps the order is somewhere in the registry or something like that.

Any ideas?

Problema con prompts en Switch case (JavaScript)

Mi problema es que estoy realizando un switch que tiene prompts pero no me funciona, el código que he intentado está abajo, cambié el prompt por un document.write y el switch me funcionaba así que no sé muy bien que pueda ser.

for(p=1; p<=5; p++){
var familia = prompt("Ingrese la familia, Cactaceas = 1, Pinaceas = 2, Liliaceas = 3")
    switch (familia){
        case "1":
            tamaño1 = parseInt(prompt("Ingrese el tamaño en metros (solo el número)"));
            document.writeln(tamaño1);
            break;
        case "2":
            tamaño2 = parseInt(prompt("Ingrese el tamaño en metros (solo el número)"));
            document.writeln(tamaño2);
            break;
        case "3":
            tamaño3 = parseInt(prompt("Ingrese el tamaño en metros (solo el número)"));
            document.writeln(tamaño3);
            break;
    }
}

Writing Prompts Collection Pack for $1

Writing Prompts Collection Pack

These are a collection of writing prompts that are perfect for Work on Writing time or other times throughout the day. 

Grade Levels: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd 

Resource Type: Worksheets, Activities, Printables 

File Type: PDF (1 MB|23 pages)

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