kandi X-RAY | anchor Summary
kandi X-RAY | anchor Summary
EOSIO Desktop Wallet and Authenticator
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create an account .
- Get block explorer .
- Validate a node
- Get a currency balance balance
- Signature .
- Unlock the password of the wallet .
- Unlock a wallet by it s account ID .
- Get an account by key
- Set state of the stake process .
- Get producers .
anchor Key Features
anchor Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on anchor
in the Basic-5 tutorial of the project-serum/anchor repo How can I replace #[associated] with something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-04 at 21:21
So the seed approach is a PDA, which is actually what #associated was using underneath the hood
You will need a function that initializes the seed with the below
payer should also be the same user who is actually paying the for transaction.
Please note that
#[instruction(bump: u8] is matching the signature of the function here, hence you will need to pass in the bump in the signature as the first argument.
I am using
ModalBottomSheetLayout in Jetpack Compose. Whenever it is shown with
modalBottomSheetState.show(), it shows
Expanded depending on the height of its content. This is from the source code:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-23 at 09:56
You can use:
So I'm try to use ScrollViewReader to programmatically scroll a horizontal scroll view. I thought it would work like scrollToItem with .centeredHorizontally in UIKit, and for the most part it does, but the last few elements in the scroll view are being forcefully scrolled to the center of the screen, despite the fact that the scroll view isn't normally able to scroll that far over (without snapping back after releasing the drag, at least). This ends up creating white space across the trailing half of the screen.
I've seen some other questions about this and it seems like the general opinion is that it's not a bug? On the one hand I suppose we're telling the scroll view to center the item, and it's doing just that -- so, not a bug? On the other hand, that's not how similar functionality worked in UIKit. Also, this behavior is only happening on the trailing end of the scroll view! If it was the intended behavior I would expect that scrolling to the first element in the scroll view using .center anchor would force it into the center of the screen and leave leading white space, but this doesn't happen.
Is there an elegant solution to this? Or do we have to calculate the width of our elements + spacing and figure out based on the screen width whether we should anchor .center or just scroll to the last element with anchor .trailing in order to replicate the UIKit behavior?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-25 at 06:31
I found a package (Amzd/ScrollViewProxy) that was made before ScrollViewReader was released that functions much the same as ScrollViewReader, but also seems to not have the bug (if it is a bug) detailed in the question.
Usage examples can be seen on the repository page, but here's a quick minimal example.
I would like to send arguments when I call an anchor with bitbucket pipelines
Here is the file I am using, I have to call
after-script because I need to push to a certain S3 bucket
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 19:45
To the best of my knowledge, you can only override particular values of YAML anchors. Attempts to 'pass arguments' won't work.
Instead, Bitbucket Pipelines provide Deployments - an ad-hoc way to assign different values to your variables depending on the environment. You'll need to create two deployments (say,
uat), and use them when referring to a step:
Scrapping links should be a simple feat, usually just grabbing the
src value of the a tag.
I recently came across this website (https://sunteccity.com.sg/promotions) where the href value of a tags of each item cannot be found, but the redirection still works. I'm trying to figure out a way to grab the items and their corresponding links. My typical python selenium code looks something as such...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-15 at 19:47
You are using a wrong locator. It brings you a lot of irrelevant elements.
find_elements_by_class_name('thumb-img') please try
find_elements_by_css_selector('.collections-page .thumb-img') so your code will be
I'm currently creating a vue3 cli app that uses vue-leaflet (the vue3 compatible version)
Everything works great on my local dev environment but once my app is built the map doesn't load, even when I resize like this thread explains well.
I tried using the
leafletObject.invalidateSize() method but nothing changed.
My map is a component called using a v-if on first call (switch between a list view and the map) and a v-show once it has been initialized...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 12:00
Rather looks like the Leaflet CSS is incorrectly loaded in your production bundle: tiles are scrambled up, no zoom and attribution controls.
based on the answer from Thingamabobs below, the approach simply turns out to be making sure the elements you spawn are allocated to correct parents.
It is worthwhile to create a frame just to hold every scrollable element since you can't move widgets around between parents when using
pack/place. So a common parents between all
movable elements will give you the freedom to move them around, again just create a holder frame. See the answer and discussion below for more details.
Bryan's answer below has very good info and an alternate approach using just a canvas. The core concepts still stand the same.
original question begins hereThe situation
So based on this answer by Bryan, I used this approach to spawn widgets on a
scrollable frame (which is basically a
Canvas wrapping a frame inside as we know cause Frames don't have scroll attributes).
The widgets in this case are just
tk.Buttons which I spawn in a loop using lambda to preserve state. That aspect is completely fine.
Now everything works fine except when I spawn more elements (again just buttons), they seem to be cut off. and I can't seem to scroll down to see the remaining ones. I am only able to scroll upwards only to see empty space.
please see the video below to see what I mean (excuse my horrible color choices, this is for a quick demo)
In the video, there are more elements below
template47 but I can not scroll to them. I can scroll upwards but it's just lonely up there. All the names are actually buttons with zero
To begin, my first instinct was to attach a
ttk.scrollbar to the
canvas+frame, which I did but observed the exact same behavior.
Then I tried to see if i could use
.moveTo('1.0') to scroll down to last entry and then since upward scrolling works already, shouldn't have an issue. But this didn't do anything either. Still the elements were cut off, and it obviously messed up upward scrolling too.
I don't think I can use
pack/grid geoManagers since as the answer by bryan i linked to above suggests, using
place with its
in_ arg is the preferred way. If it is possible otherwise, let me know though.
as depicted in the answer linked above, I also have two frames, and I'm using the on_click callback function to switch parents (a lot like in example code in answer). Turned out place was the best bet to achieve this. and it is, all of that aspect is working well. It's just the scroll thingy which doesn't work.some code (dare i say MCVE)
how i bind to mousewheel...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-27 at 14:37
The main issue is that you are using
place and with place you will be the allmighty over the widget, means there will be no requested size to the master or any other magic tkinter provides in the background. So I do recommand to use another geometry manager that does that magic for you like pack. Also note that I set the anchor to
In addition it appears that you can only use the optional argument
in_ in a common master. So the key of that concept is to have an holder frame that is used as master parameter and use the
in_ for children that are able to hold widgets.
I don't know if the title is worded correctly, but I will try my best to explain my problem. I now have a function that updates the current user's location, which works fine. The problem is that the painted pointer remains at that exact position because the decoration is painted once inside the widget and never changes.
I have looked at how google does it with the marker object, but that didn't seem to work for my app because I am not using a normal map....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-28 at 02:03
I want to retrieve the entire sentence that surrounds a link, delimited by punctuation (such as . or ! or ? or newline).
The purpose is to provide a better context for the link.
So for example if i have this......
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-21 at 10:27
Granted you do not care about abbreviations, you can match either a char other than
., or a link-like substring any zero or more times before and after a specific filter string:
I want to control whether a link is clickable or an error should be displayed (Based on result of an ajax call)....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 03:56
I think we cannot overwrite the default behavior of the anchor tag but we can work around it. In this solution, I have replaced
data-link. And mimic the anchor mechanism with
No vulnerabilities reported
The link from the greymass.com website.
The README (this file) or releases section of this repository at github.com/greymass/anchor.
If you'd rather build the application yourself, please ensure you have nodejs/npm/yarn already installed locally. Note: If you are configuring this Electron application within a Windows development environment, it will involve additional steps.
MacOS: npm run package-mac
Linux: npm run package-linux
Windows: npm run package-win
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