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Write a ublock filter rule for a parent element based on content of a child element


Write a ublock filter rule for a parent element based on content of a child element

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Write a ublock filter rule for a parent element based on content of a child element
Tag : html , By : James Dio
Date : November 26 2020, 06:18 AM

wish helps you I want to write a ublock filter to hide a list element that has a certain class and content, while I don't want to hide other list items that don't have this content: , The answer is
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the element 'transport' cannot contain child element 'extendedProtectionPolicy' because the parent element's content mod


Tag : visual-studio-2008 , By : baumichel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps So far, I have found that if you comment out that section... it seems to prevent Visual Studio from adding it back again.

The element 'value' cannot contain child element 'object' because the parent element's content model is text only


Tag : development , By : user123284
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . I'm not sure if the dictionary configuration supports inline object definitions for keys and/or values. It's not mentioned in the documentation on setting collection values.
Could you try this configuration:
<object>
  <!-- snip -->
  <property name="DirectoryServiceAgents">
    <dictionary 
       key-type="OM.ServiceTier.DTO.Transients.AuthenticationDomainIdentifier, OM.ServiceTier" 
       value-type="OM.ServiceTier.Services.User.Internal.IDirectoryServiceAgent, OM.ServiceTier">        
      <entry key-ref="authDomainId" value-ref="serviceAgent"/>
    </dictionary>
  </property>
  <!-- snip -->
</object>    

<object id="authDomainId" 
        type="OM.ServiceTier.DTO.Transients.AuthenticationDomainIdentifier, OM.ServiceTier">
  <constructor-arg type="string" value="${activeDirectory.Domain}"/>
</object>

<object id="serviceAgent"
        type="OM.ServiceTier.Services.User.Internal.DirectoryServiceAgent, OM.ServiceTier">
  <property name="LDAPPath" value="${activeDirectory.LDAPPath}"/>
  <property name="LDAPContainer" value="${activeDirectory.LDAPContainer}"/>
  <property name="UserName" value="${activeDirectory.UserName}"/>
  <property name="Password" value="${activeDirectory.Password}"/>
</object>

Android set style rule of parent element based on child element value


Tag : android , By : user169463
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help Honestly, the best way to do this would be to set the color yourself.
As far as I know, there isn't a way to do this with XML, as in conditionally check the text and then change the color based on the text. You could possibly have two different XMLs for the button and go about it that way, but it doesn't really seem needed here.
public static final int STATUS_CODE_YES = 1;
public static final int STATUS_CODE_NO = 2;

. . . 

if(something something something) {
    //I need to set the state to Yes!
    updateTextView(STATUS_CODE_YES);
} else {
    //I need to set the state to no...
    updateTextView(STATUS_CODE_NO);
}

. . . 


public void updateTextView(int status) {
switch(status) {
    case STATUS_CODE_YES:
        textView.setText("Yes");
        textView.setBackground(Color.YELLOW);
        //a lot more stuff here
        break;
    case STATUS_CODE_NO: 
        textView.setText("No");
        textView.setBackground(Color.BLUE);
        //a lot more stuff here
        break; 
    default:
        System.out.println("You did something wrong here...ERROR");
        break;
}

How to make absolute child element resize based on content, including larger than the parent element?


Tag : html , By : AnthonyC
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I found a solution shortly after asking!
Adding white-space: nowrap; to the .dropdown element forces the text to not wrap, expanding the div beyond the parent size. Adding min-width: 100% ensures that the dropdown will not be less wide than the parent.

In XSD, can I set mandatory child elements based on parent element's content?


Tag : xml , By : ArdentRogue
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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