sharepoint online – Assign editing settings to the Nintex form for each workflow status

I have a Nintex form sent by Team A. This will then be passed as a Nintex task form to Team B to "accept" or "decline".

If rejected, it's up to Team A and they can edit the form and resubmit.

If accepted, it goes to Team C to "accept" or "refuse."

Each team can use the URL in the notification e-mail to access and edit the task form.

I'd like to disable the emails and allow the team to ONLY access the form from the SharePoint list and edit it if it's assigned to that team (on the state machine). Is that possible?

Many thanks,

magento2 – Can I save each order with a custom payment method to complete the order status?

I integrated Custom payment module, I want to save any order where the custom payment was selected.

(If the selected payment Mode is with My pay ) Order status -> completed

I tried it that way

di.xml file



getState() == Order::STATE_COMPLETE) {

    return $result;


But if that's the only way. What do I have to update in the plugin code?

Does anyone know how to do that? Thank you in advance.

The order for the Google Cloud Ai platform is complete, but the status is running

I am experiencing a strange problem where the status is not updating properly. I use the Google Cloud platform to train my model. It works as expected. If the job logs show that the job is complete, the job status will continue to run. I do not know how to proceed. Please ask me if you need more information.

xorg – How do I delete ALL xrandr / xinerama status and restore the defaults?

Background / reason

In Ubuntu 18.04 I have a completely new problem that is not addressed by other questions about xinerama or xrandr. Suddenly, my 4K monitor is often treated as a 1440p monitor, with no option to reset the resolution to 4K. This issue is typically caused by reboots of the monitor or changes in resolution (for example, due to games). As soon as the problem occurs, either will be executed

xrandr -s 3840x2160

or bring the equivalent gnome-settings Causes the screen to turn black for a few seconds before tacitly returning to the wrong one 2560x1440 Resolution. Especially not xrandr Yet dmesg It appears that error messages are displayed that are relevant to the problem. In addition, the problem persists after being triggered by a reboot: The resolution is still low, and xrandr 3840x2160 still fails silently. It seems that the only way to solve the problem is to wait a considerable amount of time for the problem to resolve itself.

It's possible that the problem is a hardware issue, but I find that unlikely because:

  1. 4K works fine if the resolution problem is not triggered: still 60 Hz, soft, no distortion.

  2. The problem does not occur on other operating systems or on the login screen of gdm (the text will be displayed in native resolution, as far as I can tell). The resolution will not be reset to 1440p until the X session is actually started.

  3. You can also solve the problem by connecting a second 4K monitor and using both. However, the problem recurs as soon as the second 4K monitor has been removed!

I suspect that something strange has happened to the internal state of Xinerama – I do not understand why else I am suddenly plagued by these random changes in resolution, with the exception of hardware errors that I find unlikely. So I want to delete / reset all files that make up the internal state of xinerama.

Current question

I would like to know the location of xinerama's configuration files (or more generally the internal state) and forcibly reset them. You can try to solve xy problems with me, but first look at the failed solutions.

Failed solutions

xrandr -s 0 – This command is often the answer to "How do I reset?" Ask. This had the same effect as xrandr -s 3840x2160Nothing. I want to reset ALL status to fix the problem.

Reboot as mentioned.

Manual adding 3840x2160 as a new mode. The problem is not that the monitor does not report this as an option, but that xrandr When this resolution is selected, nothing mysteriously happens:

Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 2560 x 1440, maximum 16384 x 16384
DisplayPort-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
DisplayPort-1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
HDMI-A-0 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis)
HDMI-A-1 connected primary 2560x1440+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y ax
is) 609mm x 349mm                                                              
   3840x2160     60.00*+  60.00    50.00    59.94    30.00    25.00    24.00    
29.97    23.98                                                                 
   2560x1440     59.95  
   2048x1280     59.99  
   1920x1200     60.00  
   2048x1080     24.00  
   1920x1080     60.00    60.00    50.00    59.94    30.00    25.00    24.00    
29.97    23.98                                                                 
   1600x1200     60.00  
   1680x1050     60.00  
   1600x900      60.00  
   1280x1024     75.02    60.02  
   1440x900      60.00  
   1280x800      60.00  
   1152x864      75.00  
   1280x720      60.00    50.00    59.94  
   1024x768      75.03    60.00  
   800x600       75.00    60.32  
   720x576       50.00  
   720x480       60.00    59.94  
   640x480       75.00    60.00    59.94  
   720x400       70.08  

Hardware / software details

Kernel: 4.15.0-70 generic

Distribution: Ubuntu 18.04

CPU: AMD Ryzen 2700X

GPU: AMD Vega 64


Monitor: Dell U2718Q

turing machines – Can I apply the Rice theorem to determine the decidability status of these languages?

I came across the following languages:

  1. A Turing machine prints a particular letter.
  2. A Turing machine calculates the products from two numbers

I've suggested that I can use the Rice Theorem to decide if it's decidable or undecidable.

  1. Not all machine languages ​​have a specific letter, so the property is not trivial and therefore undecidable.
  2. Not all machine languages ​​deal with running two-numbered products, so this property is not trivial and therefore not decidable.

Undoubtedly, the Rissatz can be applied to languages ​​of Turing machines, not to the behavior or properties of Turing machines themselves or anything else that does not relate to "only" languages ​​they accept. I have tried to interpret given problems as if they were talking about the languages ​​accepted by these Turing machines, so that I can apply Rice's theorem to determine their decidability status. Am I right?

Issue tracking – Can I track change history or status time for Sharepoint list items?

Can the change history of an item be recorded in SharePoint?

I have a list that is essentially a problem tracking list. The lead wants to know how many elements are in the workflow in certain states. You want data to see which states last the longest.

Sorry if this is a beginner's question. I'm new to SharePoint and this is my first SharePoint list. We use SharePoint Online.

Thank you for your help.