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Bill DeWitt
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The celebration of Canada Day \o/
reminds me that we need more recognition of Constitution Day in the USA. 

http://www.constitutionday.com/
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+João Dias is Autocalendar still in the works?
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yes it is
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I'm not able to get any information out of a list global, could someone post a small example please?

I have a list global, "Test", I gave it values, one##alan, two##bob
I go into a text box and use $gv(Test)$ and get nothing
$gv(one)$ nothing
$gv("Test")$ nothing 
etc... I get nothing.
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But thanks anyway, +Carla Jacobs for clearing that up for me.
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Javascriptlet?
Regex?
Text manipulation?
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Well, yes, but there's a lot more to regex to be had.
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Everything that is not mandatory is forbidden

Both the DNC and the GOP work towards this goal, in different arenas. As long as they can make you fear whichever side you are not  on, they can make you vote for more limitations on your freedom.

There is one viable party that doesn't have that goal, but you have been told they're racist, selfish, homophobic, crazy, angry, violent anarchists... told that by the DNC and the GOP (see above).

The federal government isn't about to give up it's power without a fight. Will you just go along to get along?
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I have a text object that I want to scroll and fade in and out, but I want my fade to synchronize with my scroll. As it is it seems to start randomly. Just when I think I have duration and speed worked out, it changes unaccountably. Is there a way to link them, maybe with a formula?
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The timing seems to be set by the last time I change something, so if I change the fade right when it's at the bottom, it works well until I mess with it again.

I'm going to try something else, maybe a stack group that changes alpha levels.
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"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people"
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That amendment (plus the full faith and credit clause) should have solved the gay marriage debate a decade ago.
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Staying up tonight, because I kinda want to see my computer say that it's 11:59:60
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Kawaii Japanese learning with simple and unique tables and drawings. Ninja sensei teach Nihongo! Hiragana/Katakana/Kanji/Grammar/Japanese Test/SNS/LINE app
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I guess what I want is a text array that I can manipulate in a stack without having to go out to Tasker every second. KLWP doesn't really have that, does it?
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A list global is just a comma separated list of values, so you add a global and you enter, say "1,2,3,4,5", then when you use that global you will be able to choose between those 5 values, if you use it in a touch action using "toggle" as action and selecting the list global the global will be rotated when you click, so it will go from 1 to 2 to 3 and so on
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I want to step through a list of text formulas, using (df(s)%10) to count from one to ten and then say
$if(df(s)%10=1, this,
 if(sf(s)%10=2, that,
 if(df(s)%10=3, the other thing[etc])$

Unless there;'s a better way? I want to do this for like 10 different lines, and each one different, so that's a lot of typing if it's the hard way!
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Newby question about Javascript

I don't actually know enough about javascript to test this question for myself, but before I take the time to learn all that javascript, does the Javascriptlet function in Tasker allow the use of all possible Javascript? Or do I have to learn a special subset? If I want to used it all, do I have to use a webview?

Thanks, the user guide didn't make that clear to me.
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Well, that's more than enough for me, by a large factor! Thanks!
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Education
  • University of Kentucky
    BioChemistry, present
  • Kentucky Community and Technical College System
    BioChemistry, 2011
  • Titusville High School
  • Brevard Community College
  • University of Central Florida
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Looweewoo, Baerdric, Ukulele Villian
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"Would you like to learn more?" Why, yes, thank you, I would!
Introduction
I circle back people who interact through posting in a considerate and reasonable way. Thank you for circling me and please join the conversation.

I'm retired from being a homeschooling SAHD and now have empty nest syndrome. I've gone back to college to get a degree in Biology. I'm an obsessive science-fiction reader, a compulsive inventor, and I have a disordered apartment in a college town. I play the Ukulele in a style borrowed from John King, may he rest in peace. I'm on the spectrum and I feel good about that. I can just about program my way out of a wet paper bag, I've been working with Artificial Intelligence for 10 years, I've recently invented a new method of ceramic construction, a new type of flute, a new knot (salamander hitch), and I make my own bacon fat mayonnaise. I've been working on my own constructed language for 30 years, but I don't have anyone to speak it with. I'm finally learning Japanese. I believe that we have an immaterial part which science is not yet able to measure, but that when, some day, we are able to, it still won't remove the spiritual aspect of it.
Bragging rights
I have solved a Rubik's cube in less than two minutes with ~60 year old fingers.
Work
Occupation
Low Carb, Ukulele playing, Science nerd
Skills
I can tell where cats want to be scratched.
Employment
  • Professional Student, present
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Currently
Kentucky
Previously
Florida - Vermont
Don't let the slightly dilapidated greenhouses put you off. This is a hidden treasure.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
This is just a coffee house, a really good one, but nothing trendy and fabulous. That's what I like about it. There are separate rooms, quiet tables, and good coffee. Perfect for students or conversation with friends. No, they don't have professional performing Baristas's , but they have friendly servers. If you want something fancy, go somewhere else. But if you like coffee and quiet times with friends, it's a great place for that. Plus!... occasional amateur music.
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A great old fashioned movie house with interesting architectural details, large screens, live stages, art gallery and an eclectic snack bar with OBC root beer and local wines. A great place to see independent or special interest movies you won't see at the franchise multiplex cinema.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I had coffee there while waiting for something else. And while everything looked good, I didn't get a chance to try anything. The coffee, however, was great.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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