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Posts posted by Apextier

  1. 11 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

    They sound alot like membranes that have raised treble, are about as loud as membranes, and have no mechanical feel at all. It literally feels like typing on an on screen keyboard.

    I wouldn't call them trash. They're moderately better than cheap membrane products. Good enough for casual facebook cuck or a digital artist at least.

    I mean fair point. There not "trash" but I like typing on the the older scissor keys much more.


    I have the following MBP's so I do type on them quite a bit.

    2015 MacBook Pro 15"

    2016 MacBook Pro 15"

    2017 MacBook Pro 15"

  2. <?php
    $obj = '{
    $json = json_decode($obj, true);
    $count = count($json["cpanelresult"]["data"]);
    echo "Count is: $count";

    Like @NowThatsDamp said, just get the count of cpanelresult.data and you will get the value you are looking for.

  3. 6 minutes ago, kerradeph said:

    A significant factor of this would be which TV and soundbar do you have?

    To be honest the hardware doesn't really make much difference here. I know the soundbar supports CEC because the Chromecast will tell it to automatically switch to the correct input when you cast to it. However, no GFX card has ever been made with CEC support so the only solution I can see is possibly the external adapter.


    Here are the models for reference but I don't think it will help in the slightest.

    TV: Samsung (UN40EH5300FXZA)

    Soundbar: Sony (SA-CT770)

  4. Hello, all! I'm trying to figure out if it's possible to have my media PC auto switch inputs like the Chromecast does via CEC I believe? There are these adapters but I don't know if that really helps in this situation. If anyone has ideas or has done something like this before I'd love to hear what you've done.


    USB - CEC Adapter: https://www.pulse-eight.com/p/104/usb-hdmi-cec-adapter



    TL;DR how could I get my soundbar to switch to the media PC automatically when it wakes up?

  5. 1 hour ago, Not_Sean said:

    we have look at that the issue is its done through outlook, so if the big boss is away and doesn't open his laptop nothing gets forwarded. We have done the forwarding from the Exchange admin Panel and thats were the CC issues comes in, otherwise its working perfectly. 

    But that means the rules you are making are local, are you not trying to make them on the server instead?

  6. 3 hours ago, Not_Sean said:

    Hoping a fresh set of eyes on this will help as I'm starting to blank. 


    So in this company we have 3 Users.. Harry the Boss, Lindy the Office manager lady, and Rachael the Reception. Basically Lindy wants a copy of every email that Harry, and Rachael recieve. not a problem, Went into the Hosted Exchange 365 Server and added mail forwarding onto the two accounts and setup a rule on her PC to sort them into two folders one for each, now this has been working for a few weeks not a problem


    But today they got back to me with two issues they were having, The first is on the Reception Outlook items are getting marked as read when she hasn't opened them, This sound really weird as its just a mail Forward, it is done by the server just pushing a email onwards, not reading and monitoring when Lindy reads it.  


    The real big issue is with CC'ing. So this morning Harry was CC'd and the email was to Lindy.. it only appeared in Harry's inbox, and than any mails that are CC'd to harry are only appearing in Lindys inbox which is not ideal as we want them both to have a copy. 


    One of the guys I work with he originally setup both Harry and Racheals accounts on Lindy's PC as POP without a outgoing server so she would only receive, this worked great until a month ago when if Lindy was first to open outlook she would start getting doubles of all the emails so I moved them onto the mail Forwarding for a cleaner solution. 


    Any ideas ? I would go for a Delegate account but from what I understand if the delegate reads it it marks as read on the main account. 


    so any ideas ?  


    Are you looking for Exchange redirection?



  7. On 8/13/2017 at 9:27 PM, madknight3 said:

    Note that I haven't needed this feature before so I haven't tried any of these options out myself. I'm just helping you Google. You'll have to look into them more yourself.


    In terms of Visual Studio extensions, here are some I found


    Cloud IDEs usually have this feature although I'm not sure how many out there have .NET support. One option I found was Codeanywhere which seems to suggest it supports .NET


    Since it supports IntelliJ, it looks like it also supports Rider (their new .NET IDE) and presumably all their IDEs. At the very least I was able to install it in Rider but I don't have a floobits account to try it out.


    Rider is free/discounted if you meet any of their criteria here.



    Oh I didn't know jetbrains released a .NET IDE that's pretty neat. If floobits works in Rider then that might be the solution to OP's problem.

  8. @CHILDISH_K1LL3R There are a few things you could try.


    Clear the cache in ~/Library/Caches/com.spotify.* and log out and back in, see if that rectifies the problem. You can see what the config is set to for auto log by running the following command. If all else fails just nuke the "~/Library/Application Support/Spotify" directory.


    cat "~/Library/Application Support/Spotify/prefs"


    There should be a line that says app.autostart-configured=<true/false> which should be changing when you set the preference from within the Spotify app.