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Ribbon | genome browser that shows long reads | Genomics library

 by   MariaNattestad JavaScript Version: 1.1 License: MIT

 by   MariaNattestad JavaScript Version: 1.1 License: MIT

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kandi X-RAY | Ribbon Summary

Ribbon is a JavaScript library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Genomics applications. Ribbon has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Please cite our preprint on the BioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/10/20/082123. Ribbon is an interactive web visualization tool for viewing genomic alignments of short/long reads or assembled contigs to any reference genome. Ribbon is available online at genomeribbon.com and can even read large bam files straight from your computer without a local install.
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  • Ribbon has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 190 star(s) with 27 fork(s). There are 15 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 0 open issues and 28 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 184 days. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of Ribbon is 1.1
Ribbon Support
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Ribbon Support
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  • Ribbon has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • Ribbon has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • Ribbon code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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Ribbon Security
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  • Ribbon is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
Ribbon License
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Ribbon License
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  • Ribbon releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • Ribbon saves you 263 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 639 lines of code, 10 functions and 15 files.
  • It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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Ribbon Key Features

A genome browser that shows long reads and complex variants better

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git clone https://github.com/marianattestad/ribbon
cd ribbon
npm install
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Word VBA Insert a table of contents building block

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ActiveDocument.AttachedTemplate.BuildingBlockEntries("TOC1").Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True
Sub InsertTOC()
   Dim path As String
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks
   path = Environ$("USERPROFILE") & "\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Document Building Blocks\1033\16\Built-In Building Blocks.dotx"
   Application.Templates(path).BuildingBlockEntries("Automatic Table 1").Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template! See below.
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   On Error GoTo Oops
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' Thank you Timothy Rylatt!
   Application.Templates(ThisDocument.FullName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName).Insert _
      Where:=Selection.Range, _
      RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'
' Assumes that the Building Block is of the type AutoText (wdTypeAutoText) in Category "General"
' See https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb243303(v=office.12).aspx
'
' This is based in part upon contributions from Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman - any errors remain mine
' Written by Charles Kenyon February 2016
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTempName As String
   Dim oBB As BuildingBlock
   sBBName = "MyBB" 'use the name of your building block instead of "MyBB"
   sTempName = ThisDocument.FullName ' puts name and full path of template in string variable
   On Error Resume Next
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Set oBB = Application.Templates(sTempName).BuildingBlockTypes(wdTypeAutoText) _
      .Categories("General").BuildingBlocks(sBBName)
   If Err.Number = 0 Then
      oBB.Insert Selection.Range, True
   Else
      MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block '" & sBBName & "' cannot be found in " & _
         ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   End If
   On Error GoTo 0
lbl_Exit:
   Exit Sub
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if the Startup Folder is the root directory of a drive, i.e. C:\
'  For use with building block stored in a template loaded in the Word Startup Folder that does NOT hold this macro
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="MyBBTemplate.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Based on code by Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman
'  For use with building block stored in the default custom building blocks file "Building Blocks.dotx"
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' in case building blocks not yet accessed
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="Building Blocks.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template! See below.
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   On Error GoTo Oops
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' Thank you Timothy Rylatt!
   Application.Templates(ThisDocument.FullName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName).Insert _
      Where:=Selection.Range, _
      RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'
' Assumes that the Building Block is of the type AutoText (wdTypeAutoText) in Category "General"
' See https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb243303(v=office.12).aspx
'
' This is based in part upon contributions from Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman - any errors remain mine
' Written by Charles Kenyon February 2016
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTempName As String
   Dim oBB As BuildingBlock
   sBBName = "MyBB" 'use the name of your building block instead of "MyBB"
   sTempName = ThisDocument.FullName ' puts name and full path of template in string variable
   On Error Resume Next
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Set oBB = Application.Templates(sTempName).BuildingBlockTypes(wdTypeAutoText) _
      .Categories("General").BuildingBlocks(sBBName)
   If Err.Number = 0 Then
      oBB.Insert Selection.Range, True
   Else
      MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block '" & sBBName & "' cannot be found in " & _
         ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   End If
   On Error GoTo 0
lbl_Exit:
   Exit Sub
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if the Startup Folder is the root directory of a drive, i.e. C:\
'  For use with building block stored in a template loaded in the Word Startup Folder that does NOT hold this macro
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="MyBBTemplate.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Based on code by Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman
'  For use with building block stored in the default custom building blocks file "Building Blocks.dotx"
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' in case building blocks not yet accessed
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="Building Blocks.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template! See below.
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   On Error GoTo Oops
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' Thank you Timothy Rylatt!
   Application.Templates(ThisDocument.FullName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName).Insert _
      Where:=Selection.Range, _
      RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'
' Assumes that the Building Block is of the type AutoText (wdTypeAutoText) in Category "General"
' See https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb243303(v=office.12).aspx
'
' This is based in part upon contributions from Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman - any errors remain mine
' Written by Charles Kenyon February 2016
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTempName As String
   Dim oBB As BuildingBlock
   sBBName = "MyBB" 'use the name of your building block instead of "MyBB"
   sTempName = ThisDocument.FullName ' puts name and full path of template in string variable
   On Error Resume Next
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Set oBB = Application.Templates(sTempName).BuildingBlockTypes(wdTypeAutoText) _
      .Categories("General").BuildingBlocks(sBBName)
   If Err.Number = 0 Then
      oBB.Insert Selection.Range, True
   Else
      MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block '" & sBBName & "' cannot be found in " & _
         ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   End If
   On Error GoTo 0
lbl_Exit:
   Exit Sub
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if the Startup Folder is the root directory of a drive, i.e. C:\
'  For use with building block stored in a template loaded in the Word Startup Folder that does NOT hold this macro
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="MyBBTemplate.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Based on code by Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman
'  For use with building block stored in the default custom building blocks file "Building Blocks.dotx"
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' in case building blocks not yet accessed
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="Building Blocks.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template! See below.
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   On Error GoTo Oops
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' Thank you Timothy Rylatt!
   Application.Templates(ThisDocument.FullName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName).Insert _
      Where:=Selection.Range, _
      RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'
' Assumes that the Building Block is of the type AutoText (wdTypeAutoText) in Category "General"
' See https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb243303(v=office.12).aspx
'
' This is based in part upon contributions from Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman - any errors remain mine
' Written by Charles Kenyon February 2016
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTempName As String
   Dim oBB As BuildingBlock
   sBBName = "MyBB" 'use the name of your building block instead of "MyBB"
   sTempName = ThisDocument.FullName ' puts name and full path of template in string variable
   On Error Resume Next
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Set oBB = Application.Templates(sTempName).BuildingBlockTypes(wdTypeAutoText) _
      .Categories("General").BuildingBlocks(sBBName)
   If Err.Number = 0 Then
      oBB.Insert Selection.Range, True
   Else
      MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block '" & sBBName & "' cannot be found in " & _
         ThisDocument.Name & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   End If
   On Error GoTo 0
lbl_Exit:
   Exit Sub
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Will not work if the Startup Folder is the root directory of a drive, i.e. C:\
'  For use with building block stored in a template loaded in the Word Startup Folder that does NOT hold this macro
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="MyBBTemplate.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks  ' thank you Timothy Rylatt
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub
Sub InsertMyBB()
'  Based on code by Greg Maxey and Jay Freedman
'  For use with building block stored in the default custom building blocks file "Building Blocks.dotx"
'  Will not work if there are multiple building blocks with the same name in the template!
'
   Templates.LoadBuildingBlocks ' in case building blocks not yet accessed
   Dim sBBName As String
   Dim sStartupPath as String
   Dim sTemplateName as String
   sBBName = "MyBB"
   sTemplateName="Building Blocks.dotx"
   sStartupPath = Application.Options.DefaultFilePath(wdStartupPath)
   On Error GoTo Oops ' error handler
   Application.Templates(sStartupPath & "\" & sTemplateName).BuildingBlockEntries(sBBName) _
      .Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True ' Insert MyBB Building Block
   Exit Sub ' We're done here
Oops: ' Didn't work - building block not there!
   MsgBox Prompt:="The Building Block " & sBBName & " cannot be found in " & _
      sTemplateName & ".", Title:="Didn't Work!"
   On Error GoTo 0
End Sub

Ribbon load balancer client not disabling in Spring boot 2.4.3 & Cloud 2020.0.1. Using Consul for load balancing instead

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implementation('org.springframework.cloud:spring-cloud-starter-consul-discovery') {
        exclude group: 'org.springframework.cloud', module: 'spring-cloud-starter-netflix-ribbon'
}

Calling an async method inside another async method does not work in office js. Using the command script used from the Ribbon in a web browser

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// Link to full sample: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OfficeDev/office-js-snippets/prod/samples/outlook/35-notifications/add-getall-remove.yaml
var id = $("#notificationId").val();
Office.context.mailbox.item.notificationMessages.replaceAsync(
  id,
  {
    type: "informationalMessage",
    message: "Notification message with id = " + id + " has been replaced with an informational message.",
    icon: "icon2",
    persistent: false
  },
  handleResult);
function handleResult() {
    console.log('replaced')
}
function join(event: Office.AddinCommands.Event) {   
  Office.context.mailbox.item.body.getAsync(Office.CoercionType.Html, result => {

    if (result.status === Office.AsyncResultStatus.Failed) {
       console.log('command failed')
       Office.context.mailbox.item.notificationMessages.replaceAsync("video", {
          type: Office.MailboxEnums.ItemNotificationMessageType.InformationalMessage,
          message: `No Matching Link Found`,
          icon: "Icon.80x80",
          persistent: false
      });
    } else {
      console.log('command success')
       Office.context.mailbox.item.notificationMessages.replaceAsync("video", {
          type: Office.MailboxEnums.ItemNotificationMessageType.InformationalMessage,
          message: `Matching Link Found`,
          icon: "Icon.80x80",
          persistent: false
      });
    }
    **event.completed();**
  });
}
function handleResult() {
    console.log('replaced')
}
function join(event: Office.AddinCommands.Event) {   
  Office.context.mailbox.item.body.getAsync(Office.CoercionType.Html, result => {

    if (result.status === Office.AsyncResultStatus.Failed) {
       console.log('command failed')
       Office.context.mailbox.item.notificationMessages.replaceAsync("video", {
          type: Office.MailboxEnums.ItemNotificationMessageType.InformationalMessage,
          message: `No Matching Link Found`,
          icon: "Icon.80x80",
          persistent: false
      });
    } else {
      console.log('command success')
       Office.context.mailbox.item.notificationMessages.replaceAsync("video", {
          type: Office.MailboxEnums.ItemNotificationMessageType.InformationalMessage,
          message: `Matching Link Found`,
          icon: "Icon.80x80",
          persistent: false
      });
    }
    **event.completed();**
  });
}

Reading and choosing from an Excel validation list in VBA

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Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = ThisWorkbook.Names("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label").RefersToRange
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = someSheet.Range("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label")
Dim legalValues As Variant
legalValues = Application.Transpose(legalValuesSource.Value)
thatCell.Value = legalValues(LBound(legalValues)) ' picks the first one that comes up
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = ThisWorkbook.Names("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label").RefersToRange
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = someSheet.Range("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label")
Dim legalValues As Variant
legalValues = Application.Transpose(legalValuesSource.Value)
thatCell.Value = legalValues(LBound(legalValues)) ' picks the first one that comes up
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = ThisWorkbook.Names("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label").RefersToRange
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = someSheet.Range("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label")
Dim legalValues As Variant
legalValues = Application.Transpose(legalValuesSource.Value)
thatCell.Value = legalValues(LBound(legalValues)) ' picks the first one that comes up
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = ThisWorkbook.Names("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label").RefersToRange
Dim legalValuesSource As Range
Set legalValuesSource = someSheet.Range("list_b1191f893baa0c18600db155cc008dd2_label")
Dim legalValues As Variant
legalValues = Application.Transpose(legalValuesSource.Value)
thatCell.Value = legalValues(LBound(legalValues)) ' picks the first one that comes up

VSTO outlook add-in - Retrieve sender's name for reply

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Outlook.Selection selection = Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.ActiveExplorer().Selection;
if (selection.Count > 0)
{
  object item = selection[1];
  if (item is Outlook.MailItem mailItem)
  {
    string senderName = mailItem.SenderName;
  }
}

Jhipster Spring Boot 2 instances of a microservice on different databases

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java -Dspring.profiles.active=dev -Dserver.port=7040 -jar microservice-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar -Dspring-boot.run.arguments= --hazelcast.port=12741 --APP_INSTANCE_NAME=microservice --APP_NAME=Microservice --APP_CLIENT_NAME='MicroserviceApp' --mainflux.broker=10.172.192.26 --APP_SWAGGER_TITLE='Microservice API' --APP_SWAGGER_DESC='Microservice API documentation'
    eureka:
      client:
        enabled: true
        healthcheck:
          enabled: true
        fetch-registry: true
        register-with-eureka: true
        instance-info-replication-interval-seconds: 10
        registry-fetch-interval-seconds: 10
      instance:
        appname: ${APP_INSTANCE_NAME:microservice}
        instanceId: ${APP_INSTANCE_NAME:microservice}:${spring.application.instance-id:${random.value}}
        lease-renewal-interval-in-seconds: 5
        lease-expiration-duration-in-seconds: 10
        status-page-url-path: ${management.endpoints.web.base-path}/info
        health-check-url-path: ${management.endpoints.web.base-path}/health
        metadata-map:
          zone: primary # This is needed for the load balancer
          profile: ${spring.profiles.active}
          version: #project.version#
          git-version: ${git.commit.id.describe:}
          git-commit: ${git.commit.id.abbrev:}
          git-branch: ${git.branch:}
...
...
...
java -Dspring.profiles.active=dev -Dserver.port=7040 -jar microservice-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar -Dspring-boot.run.arguments= --hazelcast.port=12741 --APP_INSTANCE_NAME=microservice --APP_NAME=Microservice --APP_CLIENT_NAME='MicroserviceApp' --mainflux.broker=10.172.192.26 --APP_SWAGGER_TITLE='Microservice API' --APP_SWAGGER_DESC='Microservice API documentation'
    eureka:
      client:
        enabled: true
        healthcheck:
          enabled: true
        fetch-registry: true
        register-with-eureka: true
        instance-info-replication-interval-seconds: 10
        registry-fetch-interval-seconds: 10
      instance:
        appname: ${APP_INSTANCE_NAME:microservice}
        instanceId: ${APP_INSTANCE_NAME:microservice}:${spring.application.instance-id:${random.value}}
        lease-renewal-interval-in-seconds: 5
        lease-expiration-duration-in-seconds: 10
        status-page-url-path: ${management.endpoints.web.base-path}/info
        health-check-url-path: ${management.endpoints.web.base-path}/health
        metadata-map:
          zone: primary # This is needed for the load balancer
          profile: ${spring.profiles.active}
          version: #project.version#
          git-version: ${git.commit.id.describe:}
          git-commit: ${git.commit.id.abbrev:}
          git-branch: ${git.branch:}
...
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how to get the attribute value from each div of dynamically generated content using jQuery?

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<script>
    $(document).ready(function() {
        $('.btn-icon[value]').on('click', function(){
            alert($(this).attr('value'))
        })
    })
</script>
$('.product-button-group > p:first-child').on('click', function(){
  alert($(this).attr('value'))
})

Get second last value in each row of dataframe, R

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first_job <- function(x)   {x1 <- x[!is.na(x)];x1[length(x1) - 1][1]}
apply(data[-(1:4)], 1, first_job)

#[1] "PhD fellow"               "Java developer Intern"    "Optical Engineer" 
#[4] "Senior DWH&BI Engineer"   "Senior Software Engineer" "Software Developer"
df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  slice_tail()


# A tibble: 57 x 6
# Groups:   Index [57]
   Index FromJob          Highest_education_achiev~ Skills                                     name  value        
   <dbl> <chr>            <chr>                     <chr>                                      <chr> <chr>        
 1     1 Senior Machine ~ PhD                       "Machine Learning, Mathematical Modeling,~ Job5  PhD fellow   
 2     2 Senior Machine ~ MSc Computer Science      "Java, AngularJS, frontend, backend, Azur~ Job5  Java develop~
 3     3 Senior Machine ~ MSc                       "Biometrics, Machine Learning, Pattern Re~ Job4  Optical Engi~
 4     4 Senior Machine ~ MBA                       "Databricks, Spark, Airflow, AWS Sagemake~ Job2  Senior DWH&B~
 5     5 Senior Machine ~ MSc                       "Spark, Tensorflow &TFX, Kubeflow, BigQue~ Job5  Senior Softw~
 6     6 Python Data Eng~ MSc                       "PythonC++, C, OpenCV, OpenCL, MatLab, Te~ Job3  Software Dev~
 7     7 Python Data Eng~ MSc                       "Microsoft SQL Server, Hadoop,SQL Server ~ Job2  Data Engineer
 8     8 Python Data Eng~ MSc Communication and Me~ "Keras, TensorFlow, scikit-learn, NLTK, O~ Job2  Application ~
 9     9 Lead Backend De~ High School               "ElasticSearch, OOP, NoSQL, SQL, Docker, ~ Job3  Software Dev~
10    10 Lead Backend De~ BSc Informatics           "PHP, Java Script, CSS, (X)HTML, MySQL., ~ Job3  Senior Web D~
# ... with 47 more rows
#Ex for 2nd job

df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  filter(rev(row_number()) == 2)
#> # A tibble: 57 x 6
#> # Groups:   Index [57]
#>    Index FromJob     Highest_education_a~ Skills             name  value        
#>    <dbl> <chr>       <chr>                <chr>              <chr> <chr>        
#>  1     1 Senior Mac~ PhD                  "Machine Learning~ Job4  Research Sci~
#>  2     2 Senior Mac~ MSc Computer Science "Java, AngularJS,~ Job4  Analytics An~
#>  3     3 Senior Mac~ MSc                  "Biometrics, Mach~ Job3  Senior Devel~
#>  4     4 Senior Mac~ MBA                  "Databricks, Spar~ Job1~ Senior Data ~
#>  5     5 Senior Mac~ MSc                  "Spark, Tensorflo~ Job4  Graduate Tea~
#>  6     6 Python Dat~ MSc                  "PythonC++, C, Op~ Job2  Software Dev~
#>  7     7 Python Dat~ MSc                  "Microsoft SQL Se~ Job1~ Machine Lear~
#>  8     8 Python Dat~ MSc Communication a~ "Keras, TensorFlo~ Job1~ Akademischer~
#>  9     9 Lead Backe~ High School          "ElasticSearch, O~ Job2  Backend Deve~
#> 10    10 Lead Backe~ BSc Informatics      "PHP, Java Script~ Job2  Lead PHP Dev~
#> # ... with 47 more rows
df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  slice(n() -1)
df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  slice_tail()


# A tibble: 57 x 6
# Groups:   Index [57]
   Index FromJob          Highest_education_achiev~ Skills                                     name  value        
   <dbl> <chr>            <chr>                     <chr>                                      <chr> <chr>        
 1     1 Senior Machine ~ PhD                       "Machine Learning, Mathematical Modeling,~ Job5  PhD fellow   
 2     2 Senior Machine ~ MSc Computer Science      "Java, AngularJS, frontend, backend, Azur~ Job5  Java develop~
 3     3 Senior Machine ~ MSc                       "Biometrics, Machine Learning, Pattern Re~ Job4  Optical Engi~
 4     4 Senior Machine ~ MBA                       "Databricks, Spark, Airflow, AWS Sagemake~ Job2  Senior DWH&B~
 5     5 Senior Machine ~ MSc                       "Spark, Tensorflow &TFX, Kubeflow, BigQue~ Job5  Senior Softw~
 6     6 Python Data Eng~ MSc                       "PythonC++, C, OpenCV, OpenCL, MatLab, Te~ Job3  Software Dev~
 7     7 Python Data Eng~ MSc                       "Microsoft SQL Server, Hadoop,SQL Server ~ Job2  Data Engineer
 8     8 Python Data Eng~ MSc Communication and Me~ "Keras, TensorFlow, scikit-learn, NLTK, O~ Job2  Application ~
 9     9 Lead Backend De~ High School               "ElasticSearch, OOP, NoSQL, SQL, Docker, ~ Job3  Software Dev~
10    10 Lead Backend De~ BSc Informatics           "PHP, Java Script, CSS, (X)HTML, MySQL., ~ Job3  Senior Web D~
# ... with 47 more rows
#Ex for 2nd job

df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  filter(rev(row_number()) == 2)
#> # A tibble: 57 x 6
#> # Groups:   Index [57]
#>    Index FromJob     Highest_education_a~ Skills             name  value        
#>    <dbl> <chr>       <chr>                <chr>              <chr> <chr>        
#>  1     1 Senior Mac~ PhD                  "Machine Learning~ Job4  Research Sci~
#>  2     2 Senior Mac~ MSc Computer Science "Java, AngularJS,~ Job4  Analytics An~
#>  3     3 Senior Mac~ MSc                  "Biometrics, Mach~ Job3  Senior Devel~
#>  4     4 Senior Mac~ MBA                  "Databricks, Spar~ Job1~ Senior Data ~
#>  5     5 Senior Mac~ MSc                  "Spark, Tensorflo~ Job4  Graduate Tea~
#>  6     6 Python Dat~ MSc                  "PythonC++, C, Op~ Job2  Software Dev~
#>  7     7 Python Dat~ MSc                  "Microsoft SQL Se~ Job1~ Machine Lear~
#>  8     8 Python Dat~ MSc Communication a~ "Keras, TensorFlo~ Job1~ Akademischer~
#>  9     9 Lead Backe~ High School          "ElasticSearch, O~ Job2  Backend Deve~
#> 10    10 Lead Backe~ BSc Informatics      "PHP, Java Script~ Job2  Lead PHP Dev~
#> # ... with 47 more rows
df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  slice(n() -1)
df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  slice_tail()


# A tibble: 57 x 6
# Groups:   Index [57]
   Index FromJob          Highest_education_achiev~ Skills                                     name  value        
   <dbl> <chr>            <chr>                     <chr>                                      <chr> <chr>        
 1     1 Senior Machine ~ PhD                       "Machine Learning, Mathematical Modeling,~ Job5  PhD fellow   
 2     2 Senior Machine ~ MSc Computer Science      "Java, AngularJS, frontend, backend, Azur~ Job5  Java develop~
 3     3 Senior Machine ~ MSc                       "Biometrics, Machine Learning, Pattern Re~ Job4  Optical Engi~
 4     4 Senior Machine ~ MBA                       "Databricks, Spark, Airflow, AWS Sagemake~ Job2  Senior DWH&B~
 5     5 Senior Machine ~ MSc                       "Spark, Tensorflow &TFX, Kubeflow, BigQue~ Job5  Senior Softw~
 6     6 Python Data Eng~ MSc                       "PythonC++, C, OpenCV, OpenCL, MatLab, Te~ Job3  Software Dev~
 7     7 Python Data Eng~ MSc                       "Microsoft SQL Server, Hadoop,SQL Server ~ Job2  Data Engineer
 8     8 Python Data Eng~ MSc Communication and Me~ "Keras, TensorFlow, scikit-learn, NLTK, O~ Job2  Application ~
 9     9 Lead Backend De~ High School               "ElasticSearch, OOP, NoSQL, SQL, Docker, ~ Job3  Software Dev~
10    10 Lead Backend De~ BSc Informatics           "PHP, Java Script, CSS, (X)HTML, MySQL., ~ Job3  Senior Web D~
# ... with 47 more rows
#Ex for 2nd job

df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  filter(rev(row_number()) == 2)
#> # A tibble: 57 x 6
#> # Groups:   Index [57]
#>    Index FromJob     Highest_education_a~ Skills             name  value        
#>    <dbl> <chr>       <chr>                <chr>              <chr> <chr>        
#>  1     1 Senior Mac~ PhD                  "Machine Learning~ Job4  Research Sci~
#>  2     2 Senior Mac~ MSc Computer Science "Java, AngularJS,~ Job4  Analytics An~
#>  3     3 Senior Mac~ MSc                  "Biometrics, Mach~ Job3  Senior Devel~
#>  4     4 Senior Mac~ MBA                  "Databricks, Spar~ Job1~ Senior Data ~
#>  5     5 Senior Mac~ MSc                  "Spark, Tensorflo~ Job4  Graduate Tea~
#>  6     6 Python Dat~ MSc                  "PythonC++, C, Op~ Job2  Software Dev~
#>  7     7 Python Dat~ MSc                  "Microsoft SQL Se~ Job1~ Machine Lear~
#>  8     8 Python Dat~ MSc Communication a~ "Keras, TensorFlo~ Job1~ Akademischer~
#>  9     9 Lead Backe~ High School          "ElasticSearch, O~ Job2  Backend Deve~
#> 10    10 Lead Backe~ BSc Informatics      "PHP, Java Script~ Job2  Lead PHP Dev~
#> # ... with 47 more rows
df %>% select(1:4, starts_with('Job')) %>%
  pivot_longer(starts_with('Job'), values_drop_na = T) %>%
  group_by(Index) %>%
  slice(n() -1)

Using mailitem.PrintOut() to print a single page?

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private void btnPrintOnePage_Click(object sender, RibbonControlEventArgs e)
{
    string randFile = Path.GetTempPath() + "POP_" + RandomString(35) + ".doc";
        
    var m = e.Control.Context as Inspector;
    var mailitem = m.CurrentItem as MailItem;
    if (mailitem != null)
    {
        mailitem.SaveAs(randFile, OlSaveAsType.olDoc);

        Word.Application ap = new Word.Application();
        Word.Document document = ap.Documents.Open(randFile);
        document.PageSetup.PaperSize = Word.WdPaperSize.wdPaperA4;
        document.PageSetup.TopMargin = 25;
        document.PageSetup.RightMargin = 25;
        document.PageSetup.BottomMargin = 25;
        document.PageSetup.LeftMargin = 25;
            
        Word.WdPrintOutRange printRange = Word.WdPrintOutRange.wdPrintCurrentPage;

        document.PrintOut(false,null,printRange);
        document.Close(false, false, false);
        File.Delete(randFile);

    }

}

public static string RandomString(int length)
{
Random random = new Random();
const string chars = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ0123456789";
    return new string(Enumerable.Repeat(chars, length)
        .Select(s => s[random.Next(s.Length)]).ToArray());
}

Range Selection and / or Using InputBox in Excel's VSTO AddIn on C# Leading To Error and Build Failed

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private void button1_Click(object sender, RibbonControlEventArgs e)
{
    Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range RG = (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range)Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.InputBox("Select your desired cells:", Type: 8);
    MessageBox.Show(RG.Address);
    Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range RG2 = (Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.Range)Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.Selection;
    MessageBox.Show(RG2.Address);
}

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QUESTION

Word VBA Insert a table of contents building block

Asked 2021-Jun-14 at 02:54

I am trying to insert a table of contents into a Word document using one of the built-in building blocks that define a table of contents. When I record a macro and insert a table of contents the macro recorder gives this line of code:

 Application.Templates( _
        "C:\Users\me\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Document Building Blocks\1033\16\Built-In Building Blocks.dotx" _
        ).BuildingBlockEntries("Automatic Table 1").Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True

I have verified that this name – Automatic Table 1 - exists in the building block organizer. And of course, the table of contents does get inserted properly when I use the menu bar ribbon buttons to insert the table of contents.

But when I take that same line of code and put it into a VBA macro, I get an error saying that the requested item does not exist. Is it possible to reference building block items from VBA code? Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong, or how to achieve my goal? Thank you.

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Feb-17 at 03:54

The macro recorder is just a starting point. The sample you posted is dependent on a very specific path to the building block template, one that includes your user name and the language you are using (1033 is U.S. English) and the version of Word (16 for Word 2016 and 2019). In addition, the building blocks template location does not have a VBA shortcut to reach it.

What will work more reliably is to insert the table to your macro template or a document based based on that template. Select the table, then choose Insert>Quick Parts>AutoText>Save Selection to AutoText Gallery. You can set the name to whatever you prefer. Set the Gallery to Table of Contents. OK out, then delete the table sample.

Now you can use simpler, more reliable code like this:

ActiveDocument.AttachedTemplate.BuildingBlockEntries("TOC1").Insert Where:=Selection.Range, RichText:=True

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/66235138

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