## samsung – Messages for web not updating with new texts and statuses

I am trying to use Android Messages for web. I am able to connect to the phone using the QR code, but after the initial connection, I do not get new messages automatically or any notification – I have to reload the page to see them.

When I send the message, the “Sending…” status remains and is not updated to “Distributed” either.

I have tried in Firefox and Chromium. I am using Ubuntu. The computer and phone are on the same network, and I tried with the computer using a cable or WiFi. The phone is a Samsung Galaxy S9 and the app is allowed to run in background (no battery optimisation).

I have had the problem for quite some time now, I couldn’t say if it used to work in the past.

## Relations between many category theory structures – introductory texts

There are many kinds of category theory structures. What are some good texts and good ways to remember the relations between them? For example, can there be a web of embedding relations between these category theory structures? (where can I find those webs to read.) Like which ones contain the other ones as more general cases. (Intersections and unions between different category theory structures.)

• unitary braided fusion category = unitary premodular category

• unitary fusion category

• unitary symmetric fusion category

• unitary modular category

• monoidal category = tensor category

• spherical fusion category

• modular tensor category

Here are some facts I know of

1.

$$text{unitary braided fusion category = unitary premodular category} supset left{ begin{array}{l} text{(1) unitary symmetric fusion category}\ text{(2) unitary modular category} end{array} right.$$

1. The center construction of spherical fusion category defines a modular tensor category.

## MS-Word wildcards: How to find texts that match either of two strings

I wanna find `am` or `pm` in a MS-Word document. I’ve tried all these wildcard expressions, but none of them works:
(am|pm)
((am)|(pm))
(am)|(pm)

## How can I view how many texts I received from a given phone number on Google voice?

I don’t want to manually count the texts, and I don’t have archives of the emails Google Voice sends me. I accept any gratis solution that achieves the desired functionality. I prefer solutions that don’t require a too complicated set-up.

## evaluation – Mathematica 12.1 is treating all my cells as raw texts by default

I was once using Mathematica 11 it all works fine – when I create new Notebook (.nb) input like `1+1` and press `shift`+`enter`, it shows `output(1):= 2` directly

But now for 12.1 when I create new notebook and do the same thing, it is treating my input `1+1` as plain text by default, when i press `shift`+`enter` there is just a linebreak.. no evaluation at all.

I find when I go to the menu -> cell -> cell properties and tick Evaluatable then the input can work well as Mathematica 11. BUT when i input `Plot(x,{x,1,2})`, it gives output `-Graphics-`!! Without showing what the graphic is! I then have to manually convert the output cell to StandardForm to show the graph! I have to do such things everytime, why is 12.1 getting me so much ados ..and how can i remove such tedious things making it funcation just like what mathematica 11 does?

Pardon me I’m a complete nooooooob and really searched goooogle tons of times not getting the answer….

## python – Is there a way to visualize texts using a map?

I have a corpus about a particular topic and will analyse the themes on that corpus. Once the themes are identified, I have to associate those themes on a specific location on a map of a particular city where they frequently occured. For example, a theme of “unstable” occurred in XYZ town, I want the word “unstable” on top of location of XYZ town on the map so that when I hover my mouse over XYZ town, the word ‘unstable’ appears. Is this possible to accomplish in Python? If so, which libraries can be helpful?

## Is it possible to search emails and texts via a single interface, similar to iOS spotlight search?

I am looking for a way to search for text in both text messages and emails simultaneously, similar to Spotlight Search in iOS. Is this possible in Android? I’m running Android 11 on a Pixel 3.

## formulas – How do I find the max value in a column only if it contains certain texts in google sheets?

you can cast a regex function with a capturing group over your entire column using an array and return the max item from the array.

``````=MAX(ARRAYFORMULA(INT(IFERROR(REGEXEXTRACT(C2:C9,"NB(d+)"),0))))

667
``````

Regex Explanation.