I have previously written about about an issue stopping anonymous users accessing RSS feeds with SharePoint 2013 when ViewFormPagesLockdown is enabled. While I managed to develop a work around for the client I was for at the time, I completely neglected…
The coals are glowing purple out of the Nexus camera, like it's picking up IR or UV (like when you point a remote control at your camera, you see the IR blasting away).
But the remote control trick also works on the S3 I'm sure, so what's going on here? Does the Nexus camera simply pick up a wider range of the spectrum, so it's seeing IR the S3 can't yet see?
I know the S3 camera always produces much better shots than my N4, which always seems muted/dirty and a bit off with the white balance, but surely none of that would produce this effect! (Especially only noticing it for the first time in almost 18 months).
Trying to think how else I can replicate this here, given most Korean BBQ in Australia just use gas instead of coals (short of having my own bonfire of course!)
I've noticed the RSS XSLT page (/_layouts/15/rssxslt.aspx) is challenging for credentials, but I haven't been able to find anything online about this.
I had figured I had just done something wrong, but after poking around some other 2013 sites, the same thing happens, e.g. https://www.ghcscw.com/_layouts/15/listfeed.aspx?List=14bec6d2-212f-4a5a-9fe7-531c1f837379
Anybody seen this and have a solution?
I had never really thought too much about how LastPass autofills passwords on Chrome for Android, but I found out something a little interesting today. There was something that always bugged me about pre-filling passwords in Chrome for Android that never…
The short Calendar overlays aren’t listed on calendar views when accessing the view via managed navigation unless you explicitly include the view ID in the target URL of the navigation term settings. The long I’m currently doing some work for a client to…
I came across this comic on My Korean Husband and the third panel reminded me of my very own creepypasta moment… I few years ago I was having trouble sleeping during a warm night in Perth. It was about 2am, and still about 30°C (86°F). We had the window…
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