kandi X-RAY | adjust-ui Summary
kandi X-RAY | adjust-ui Summary
In this project we created a custom grid-based CSS framework called Adjust UI. It is a Sass framework that empowers you to create flexible, clear, and semantic website layouts. A modular, front end framework to easily and quickly help you jumpstart your process in building complex interfaces for the web right out the box. We adopted the 12-grid style in popular frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation, and included some commonly used components.
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ThemeData was deprecated.
What to use then in
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-23 at 00:35
As the deprecated message says:
I have added
android:exported="true" to my only activity in manifest but still getting below error after updating compile sdk and target sdk version to 31.I also tried rebuilding the project , invalidating cache and restart but that didn't helped
Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for android:exported when the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-05 at 10:38
After the build has failed go to
AndroidManifest.xml and in the bottom click merged manifest see which activities which have intent-filter but don't have
exported=true attribute. Or you can just get the activities which are giving error.
Add these activities to your App manifest with
android:exported="true" and app
tools:node="merge" this will add exported attribute to the activities giving error.
I want to change bootstrap's default theme-colors with SASS , the problem is when I change a color and compile , it gives me invalid CSS value error.
I've read the docs and saw some tutorials on YouTube but I can't see where is the problem
I'm using bootstrap 5.1.0 , sass 3 this is my scss file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-24 at 14:36
You need to import functions and mixins too...
I have an iOS app, since upgrading to Xcode 13, I have noticed some peculiar changes to Tab and Navigation bars. In Xcode 13, there's now this black area on the tab and nav bars and on launching the app, the tab bar is now black as well as the navigation bar. Weird enough, if the view has a scroll or tableview, if I scroll up, the bottom tab bar regains its white color and if I scroll down, the navigation bar regains its white color.
N:B: I already forced light theme from iOS 13 and above:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-22 at 12:40
first of all the problem is cause by unchecking translucent I fixed it by choosing navigation bar appearance from attributes inspector scroll edge it will fix it see this screen shot please
When I publish my ABP project I get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 21:59
The issue raises after .NET 6 migration. There's a new feature that blocks multiple files from being copied to the same target directory with the same file name. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/compatibility/sdk/6.0/duplicate-files-in-output
Solution #1 (workaround):
You can add the following build property to all your publishable (*.Web) projects' *.csproj files. This property will bypass this check and works as previously, in .NET5.
I'm currently investigating how to use ThemeData in the Flutter application. It should work with the code below, but the color theme doesn't apply as expected.
Curiously, using the "primarySwatch" option instead of the "primaryColor" option applies the theme as expected.
The execution environment is
Windows10. Neither has a dark theme applied.
In addition, the results were the same in the
Android11 environment of the real machine and the virtual environment.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-23 at 08:04
the best way to set the theme to make it sperate file of theme and call in main file and the primary color is working for me
theme: ThemeData(), like that you can also set theme of your icon and also you can set theme of your text.
I have just started a new project using Bootstrap 5 and I am trying to set up theme-colors with some custom values. However doing it the way that I have always done it is giving me some issues.
I have created three colors: $primary, $secondary, $tertiary. However if I add any classes such as bg-tertiary, then nothing changes as if it doesn't exist. bg-primary simply uses the default color defined by Bootstrap.
My code below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-12 at 10:19
If you want to override the bootstrap's variabvles, you do not need to use the following code.
After upgrading to android 12, the application is not compiling. It shows
"Manifest merger failed with multiple errors, see logs"
Error showing in Merged manifest:
Merging Errors: Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for
android:exportedwhen the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. main manifest (this file)
I have set all the activity with
android:exported="false". But it is still showing this issue.
My manifest file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-04 at 09:18
I'm not sure what you're using to code, but in order to set it in Android Studio, open the manifest of your project and under the "activity" section, put android:exported="true"(or false if that is what you prefer). I have attached an example.
Please forgive me if this question is dumb.
While reading about Haskell kinds, I notice a theme:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-13 at 00:42
The most basic form of the kind language contains only
Type in more modern Haskell; I suspect we'll eventually move away from
But there are more things you can build with that language than you can express by just "counting the number of
*s". It's not just the number of
-> that matter, but how they are nested. For example
* -> * -> * is the kind of things that take two type arguments to produce a type, but
(* -> *) -> * is the kind of things that take a single argumemt to produce a type where that argument itself must be a thing that takes a type argument to produce a type.
data ThreeStars a b = Cons a b makes a type constructor with kind
* -> * -> *, while
data AlsoThreeStars f = AlsoCons (f Integer) makes a type constructor with kind
(* -> *) -> *.
There are several language extensions that add more features to the kind language.
PolyKinds adds kind variables that work exactly the same way type variables work. Now we can have kinds like
forall k. (* -> k) -> k.
ConstraintKinds makes constraints (the stuff to the left of the
=> in type signatures, like
Eq a) become ordinary type-level entities in a new kind:
Constraint. Rather than the stuff left of the
=> being special purpose syntax fairly disconnected from the rest of the language, now what is acceptable there is anything with kind
Constraint. Classes like
Eq become type constructors with kind
* -> Constraint; you apply it to a type like
Eq Bool to produce a
Constraint. The advantage is now we can use all of the language features for manipulating type-level entities to manipulate constraints (including
DataKinds adds the ability to create new user-defined kinds containing new type-level things, in exactly the same way that in vanilla Haskell we can create new user-defined types containing new term-level things. (Exactly the same way; the way
DataKinds actually works is that it lets you use a
data declaration as normal and then you can use the resulting type constructor at either the type or the kind level)
There are also kinds used for unboxed/unlifted types, which must not be ever mixed with "normal" Haskell types because they have a different memory layout; they can't contain thunks to implement lazy evaluation, so the runtime has to know never to try to "enter" them as a code pointer, or look for additional header bits, etc. They need to be kept separate at the kind level so that ordinary type variables of kind
* can't be instantiated with these unlifted/unboxed types (which would allow you to pass these types that need special handling to generic code that doesn't know to provide the special handling). I'm vaguely aware of this stuff but have never actually had to use it, so I won't add any more so I don't get anything wrong. (Anyone who knows what they're talking about enough to write a brief summary paragraph here, please feel free to edit the answer)
There are probably some others I'm forgetting. But certainly the kind language is richer than the OP is imagining just with the basic Haskell features, and there is much more to it once you turn on a few (quite widely used) extensions.
I'm having an issue when i'm uploading app bundle to the play console that You uploaded an APK or Android App Bundle which has an activity, activity alias, service or broadcast receiver with intent filter, but without 'android:exported' property set. This file can't be installed on Android 12 or higher. but my manifest file includes the property.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 23:56
I face the same Issue but i solved by writing android:exported="true" in activity bellow the android:name=".MainActivity" image shown
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