Visual Studio Code – spots on the VSCODE screen

Hello good morning, I have a problem in my VSCODE that I cannot solve. I don't even know how to do such a search on the internet, because when I try, questions like "tearing" errors (related to V-Sync) are asked. , but apparently my problem doesn't fit here. As I attach pictures, my VSCODE has a few squares on the screen. When I scroll up or down, the size of the squares changes as I drag. I recently installed the latest version of Linux Mint, Cinnamon. It is hybrid, supports Intel graphics and Nvidia mx130. According to the installation, I chose the latest version of the drivers. I wanted to know if this problem was related to my drivers or where I should continue to try to solve it. Give a light, please!

PS: Follow the pictures as mentioned:

https://prnt.sc/ru13eb,
https://prnt.sc/ru14sz

PS: My latest driver:
https://prnt.sc/ru165r

Visual Studio Code – Can topics in VSCode be language aware?

Newcomer to VSCode question: Can the code coloring in VSCode be fashion dependent? – Often files have HTML, PHP, JS and sometimes CSS code in the style tag … Can topics be created that are fashion-conscious and can color different languages ​​accordingly in a single file? Brackets (CodeMirror) have these functions, but I'm not sure how to do the same with the VSCode theme.

visual design – visualization of the process workflow

I am trying to visualize some steps in my application.
Here is the scenario:

  1. User A creates a task and assigns it to User B.
  2. User B starts this task and adds some attachments to this task
  3. User A accepts or rejects these attachments
  4. User B performs some actions and then changes the status of that task.
  5. User A accepts or rejects these actions

If everything goes right, the process is simple:

mock up

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However, if user A rejects attachments in step 3, the process returns to step 2.

like this:

mock up

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Basically, I can do several steps and move from one step to the next to go back to the previous one (for example, from step 5 to step 2).

My question is:
What would be the clearest way to visualize the sequence of all steps?
and which javascript library could be used for this is easy and fast (i want to avoid creating everything from scratch and reinventing the wheel).

The second part of the question is somewhat off-topic (I'm aware of that), but maybe someone could recommend a potential implementation tool, if not, please don't reject it.

Javascript – is it better Atom, PyCharm or Visual Studio Code?

I'm starting to learn JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Is it better to use Atom, PyCharm or Visual Studio code? Which one do you recommend?

Notifications about new MySQL data in Visual Studio? C #

I want my application to be notified as soon as someone else adds data to my database. So when someone adds data to the app, I get a message informing me.

An example would be the following:

I have a database of clients. Suppose someone adds a new one. Then my application detects the change in the database and tells me that a new client has been added.

How could i do that I take into account that there should be a constant update system.

C ++ – Windows 10 IoT embedded, tries to debug / deploy a console app with Visual Stuido 2019

I tried to get a "console application" to deploy and debug on my embedded Win10 device, but I just can't figure it out.

I can provide an application for which a "SquareLogo" screen needs to be displayed, and I can't imagine how this "window" should be hidden or a headless app.

I can set "Properties Pages – Configuration Properties – Linker – System – Subsystem" to "Console" (SUBSYSTEM: CONSOLE) on the property pages of my app and the console window is displayed on the embedded device, but the app screen is displayed and the console window does not accept keyboard input.

In summary, I would like to debug with a console application on my embedded Win10 device (remote machine).

I write my app in C ++.

I don't think it would be that hard, but I just can't get the application's main window not to appear on startup.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks a lot

Visual C ++ code

Hi there.
This highlighted code in the image is correct in MySQL Workbench, but not in Visual Studio.
I had a message:
You have an error in your SQl syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your version of My SQL Server for the correct syntax for use near & # 039;] & # 039; in line 1.

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App Windows – Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 Build Tools 16.5.0 Final | NulledTeam UnderGround

This installer is a build tool from Microsoft (Free Development Environment – IDE). Then take with the development environment
In contrast to the entire studio, in which the installation program does not contain any components in the composition of VS IDE Core, you do not define a visual development environment via BuildTools.

This is an attempt to reduce the weight of the installer and to reduce the size and impact on Windu. No additional features that BuildTools doesn't offer (ie it's like "the toolchain from melkomyagkih" … I think it's worth changing and calling it up so that it was suddenly clear … but apparently the desire to be unique and being unrepeatable keeps them safe (use existing terms).
Frame:
• Disconnect from the Internet … so that the installation program has not downloaded the list of components to the latest version … which is probably not yet available. In this case, the installer may not have enough information and may display a download error
• If the installation program does not have access to the Internet, the certificate for performing the self-installation program is installed as Administrator Certificates_Setup.cmd
• Then start Setup_BuildTools .cmd, where X is the version number you want to install (ie 16.5.X).

Year / release date: 2020
Execution: 16.5.0
Developer: Microsoft (docks)
Bit depth: 32-bit (some components are available in the 64-bit version, but do not interfere with working with 32-bit Vindovz)
Language: English + Russian
License: Freeware
System requirements: Operating system:
Windows 10 version 1703 or higher: Home, Professional, Education and Enterprise (LTSC and S are not supported … but it works for users)
Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
Windows Server 2012 R2 (with update 2919355): Essentials, standard, data center
Windows Server 2016: Standard, data center, core
Windows Server 2019
Windows 8.1 (with update 2919355): Core, Professional and Enterprise
Windows 7 SP1 (with the latest Windows updates): Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate
Equipment:
Hard disk space: 1 GB to 22 GB, depending on the components installed.
1.8 GHz or faster processor. Quad core or better recommended
2 GB RAM; 8 GB RAM recommended (at least 2.5 GB when running on a virtual machine)
Hard drive speed: Install Windows and Visual Studio on a Solid State Drive (SSD) to improve performance.
Graphics card that supports a minimum screen resolution of 720p (1280 x 720); Visual Studio works best with a resolution of WXGA (1366 x 768) or higher.

Visual Studio C ++

Hi there,
I need to access every row in DataGridView that is filled with data from the database and click on a particular row to open a new form with data on that row. I work in Visual Studio C ++. Can you help me?