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FoodIssues: For anyone dealing with food allergies, food sensitivities, etc.

2012.10.10 19:08 Wolvee FoodIssues: For anyone dealing with food allergies, food sensitivities, etc.

This sub is for anyone dealing with food allergies, food sensitivities, or anything like that. Most lucky bastards with iron guts don't understand how much these issues can affect one's quality of life. Hopefully, we can create a supportive community here that helps to improve the quality of life for all our subscribers.
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2023.06.02 21:06 Sealswillflyagain Mena Massoud's 'Evolving Vegan' TV show is a pathetic joke

There is a show on CTV (Canada's largest private television network, owned by Bell Media) called Evolving Vegan where a vegan actor Mena Massoud of Markham, ON goes around North America trying local vegan places. It is sponsored by Silk and their products frequently appear in the show. The premise of the show is just like that of a normal cooking show, but vegan. It has all you would expect from a cooking show, with Mena, the host, going to vegan restaurants and making key menu items with the chefs. I loved the idea and the US-based episodes were pretty good. However, the last episode was about Toronto and oh boy was it bad.
To start with, there was only one vegan place they covered in depth - Honey's Ice Cream. Yes, the largest city in Canada, according to Toronto-based CTV, only has only one vegan establishment worth visiting and it's an ice cream shop. Don't get me wrong, Honey's has the best ice cream in town (I will die on this hill), but it should not be the sole highlight of the episode. The other vegan place shown was AVELO, a boutique restaurant with a pricey tasting menu that is great, but it was jammed into the last two minutes of the episode, so I do not think it should count. What did Mena Massoud and Bell Media think was worthy of representing their hometown better than local vegan restaurants? Talking to an unapologetic hunter, a family dinner, and plenty of humanewashing.
A quarter of the episode Mena spends talking to a notorious animal abuser whose restaurant sparked a vegan protest five years ago. They ate a special vegan meal, which he made for the show and did not include into the menu of Antler. His big idea is a very original 'hunting reduces suffering' take which is very ironic given that the protest was sparked because he was serving unnecessarily cruel foie gras in his restaurant. Mena did not have an issue with that line of reasoning though, all about 'seeing the other side'. Very good vegan content. The next stop was some organic farm where the owner spent 5 minutes talking about lack of racial diversity in Southern Ontario farming and 0 minutes about veganism/animals/environmental impact of animal agriculture. The very same farm also sells 'humane' honey which Mena really liked the idea of. Humanewashing in a vegan TV show on prime time and the host has no objections. In fact, he liked it so much that he got a jar of honey for his mom. Oh yeah, when you thought it could not get any worse, he goes to his mom's house outside of Toronto and helps her cook an Egyptian meal. In a vegan show about Toronto's vegan establishments.
Toronto went through a very strict lockdown during COVID and many vegan establishments closed down. Many of them still struggle a lot and could have used this show as a showcase of their cooking prowess and great atmosphere. This is also a show aired by Canada's largest private English-language broadcaster, so it is most effective in promoting veganism through examples that people can access with ease in their cities. Unfortunately, this opportunity was wasted in order to include very important talks about humane foie gras and honey, as well as the host's family reunion captured on camera. Very disappointing
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2023.06.02 16:44 zorbus_overdose Zorbus - June 2023 update

The traditional fantasy-themed roguelike Zorbus has been updated to release 59.
If you aren't already familiar with the game, you can find more info from the homepage and from the Steam page. See the online tutorial and a 75 page PDF manual.
The game is currently 25% off on Steam. Here's a recent Steam review.

Some free Steam keys, remove the R3*** part:
(edit: all taken)
8C63C-R3M0V-85GMP-D7PEQ
R3M0V-BZ9GF-DCPW0-XDBM4
WIJWC-6HFQ5-R3M0V-7RJMM
GHZTA-R3M0V-QPNHE-QIIFE
R3M0V-L53X7-NE0TR-IGHQV

Changes:
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2023.06.02 15:43 Mulan-sn Chauvet 2.9.24 Release

Update on June 3rd, 2023 at 12 pm:
Our developers responded to the new update installing issue the moment it was reported to us. After doing a thorough investigation, we fixed the issue last night. In the event that you happen to experience a similar issue, please kindly switch to another page, for instance Display & Input, in Settings before tapping System > Check to re-install the update or restart your device before trying again.
Update on June 3rd, 2023 at 1 am:
If you have trouble installing the update, please kindly try switching to another page in Settings before tapping System > Check and see if it works. If this doesn't help, please restart your device and try again.
Note: With the Word Wise feature enabled on Kindle, there might be an issue where a blank page appears before the content on it is loaded when turning to a new page.
Added:
• Added the Browse & Access feature, which allows you to transfer files via browser. (It can be turned on/off from the original position of the Direct Transfer feature in the top menu bar. The Direct Transfer feature has now been moved to Settings > My Device.)
• [Note] Supports using PDF as a template. (You need to put PDF in the MyStyle folder. The original links in the PDF are valid when the corresponding linked-to pages are applied as template pages.)
• [Keyboard] Added virtual German keyboards (including Germany, Belgium, Austria, Luxembourg and Switzerland), and virtual French keyboards (including France and Canada).
• [Mail] Added Gmail authorized login and entry point for Outlook/Hotmail login.
• [Files] Supports adding folders to Quick Access.
• [Screen Mirroring] Added a laser pointer for when pen is hovering over the screen. (Hold the pen up to about 5mm above the Supernote screen and a circle will appear.)
Adjusted:
• [Keyboard] The changes include:
-Adjusted English, Chinese (Simplified) and Japanese keyboard layout;
-Increased the number of the virtual keyboards one can switch between from 3 to 7;
-Changed the handwriting keyboard interface.
• [Settings] Added "My Device" as a setting option and moved "About", "Bluetooth" and "Direct Transfer" into it.
• [Note] In left-handed mode, the horizontal floating toolbar will be expanded and shortened to the right by default.
Optimized:
• Sync optimizations:
-Improved sync efficiency;
-Displays details on the sync progress, internet speed, uploaded/downloaded size and the total size of individual files;
-Displays which files are unable to sync and why;
-Displays more accurate and detailed reasons for sync failures.
• [Note] Optimizations for template application:
-PNG/PDF files that are in a MyStyle subfolder can now be applied as templates.
-Templates are now searchable under the Customization tab.
-Multiple template pages can be replaced with new ones at once.
• Added the permanent certificate for handwriting recognition, resolving the issue where handwriting recognition can only be used after the device is connected to Wi-Fi to activate it.
• [Mail] Changed the time formats on mailbox list page and message page to be consistent.
• [Screen Mirroring] When rotating the mirroring page in the browser, it can now fit the screens of devices of different sizes.
Fixed:
• Fixed the issue where the device was stuck at 1% when syncing with Google Drive.
• Fixed the issue where the page would get stuck on "Loading" after attempting to select folders to sync under unstable network conditions.
• Fixed the problem where the marker pen was not transparent during mirroring.
• Fixed the problem where the page number was updated but the page itself was not refreshed after jumping to the page.
• Fixed the issue where the titles in the Navigation Window were displayed incorrectly after deleting or moving the corresponding pages.
• Fixed the issue where the lassoed handwriting disappeared after a 360 degree rotation without being zoomed.
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2023.06.02 12:49 Gladius_Illuminatus How to do on chip debugging on an Arduino, a tutorial

DISCLAIMER I am NOT the person in the YoutTube video thumbnail and this is NOT just a text version of said video. This is a tutorial I wrote and the video is just one of my sources. Sadly I cant make the thumbnail disappear on mobile...
Alright, so first things first. This is a follow-up to my original post, where I originally asked how to do what I’m about to explain to you. What that basically means is that I ain't no pro, and I’m sure there are better and more correct ways to do this, but dang it was a lot of work to figure this all out, so I’m hoping it helps someone somewhere down the line.
I originally needed to do some debugging on an Arduino Mega 2560 (A Controllino to be more specific, but that’s just a Mega in a PLC package) and “Conventional” Arduino style serial Print debugging even while using some more advanced techniques like using #define to create Serial.print macros, using PlatformIO with the AVR Stub debugger or making use of the Better Serial Plotter was just not cutting it anymore. They are all nice, but for one reason or another did not quite cut it for me. Read my original post or the linked articles for more details. After asking the good folks of Reddit for help, I bought an ATMEL-ICE to do some JTAG debugging. In case you are not using a Mega like me, check the manufacturers website of your microcontroller. They will usually tell you if they support JTAG. Note that if you are using something other than an AVR chip, this process will be different. Andreas Spiess did a pretty good tutorial for other Chips like the popular ESP32.
Right enough talking let's get to the point.
PS Buckle up this is gonna be long and technical, and it already IS the TLDR; It took me two weeks and more curses and running to people for help who actually know what they are doing than I'd like to admit...
You will need:
  1. A microcontroller to debug (Arduino Mega 2560 in this example)
  2. PlatformIO (I use it with VS Code)
  3. Microchip Studio
  4. The ATMEL-ICE debugger (for some reason I could not find a local seller who would sell this to a private person. I could get one since this was for my day job, but I also saw some on the ol AliExpress and the Chinese ain’t picky about accepting someone’s money if they want to spend it, unlike Microchip...)
  5. Some jumper wires to hook it all up.
Once you installed all the software, it is time for step one:
Enabling on Chip debugging and JTAG because this is disabled by default.
IF you are using a stock Arduino board that has an ISP header (the six pins somewhere at the back of the board) do this:
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the 6pole connector to the plug labeled “AVR”
  2. Connect the 6pole connector to the ISP header as shown in this tutorial
IF you are using some variant that does not have an ISP header
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the labeled pins to the plug labeled “AVR”
  2. Connect the wires to your board as per page 21 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide
Now regardless of board follow these steps
  1. Plug in the ATMEL-ICE and your board so both have power. The ATMEL-ICE does NOT provide power to the board.
  2. Open Microchip Studio and go to Tools>Device Programming
  3. Choose the ATMEL-ICE for the Tool, your controller for device (for me 2560) and ISP for the Interface then hit apply.
  4. Now hit Read on the device signature. If all went well, you should now see an ID and a voltage up top and a new menu. If not check your wiring.
  5. Under Fuses set the following fuses to high
    a. JTAGEN
    b. BOOTRST
    c. OCDEN
    Then hit program.
  6. To make sure the fuses are set correctly, unplug your board, plug it back in and repeat steps 4-6. Under fuses you should now see those fuses set to HIGH when you read.
Great that’s the first part done now to connect the ATMEL-ICE in JTAG mode
  1. Search your microcontrollers datasheet until you find what pins are used for JTAG. In case of the Atmega2560 these can be found on page 85 of the datasheet.
  2. Now connect them to the corresponding pins of the ATMEL-ICE using the cable with the labeled pins plugged in to the AVR connector using the pinout on page 20 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide. For me this looked like this:
    a. ATMEL ICE Pin 1 (TCK) → A4
    b. ATMEL ICE Pin 2 (GND) → GND
    c. ATMEL ICE Pin 3 (TDO) → A6
    d. ATMEL ICE Pin 4 (VCC) → 5V
    e. ATMEL ICE Pin 5 (TMS) → A5
    f. ATMEL ICE Pin 9 (TDI) → A7
    I did not need the rest of the pins.
Now for the actual debugging:
  1. Compile the project you want to debug in PlatformIO, making sure you have set the following parameters in the platformio.ini
    a. "build_type = debug" This tells pio to build in debug mode
    b. "debug_build_flags = -g -ggdb -Og -Wl,-Map,output.map" These parameters make it so the resulting .elf file contains all the necessary information for debugging and also creates a map file with all linked files paths.
  2. Locate the resulting firmware.elf and copy the path. It should be under: YOUR_PROJECT_DIRECTORY\.pio\build\BOARD_NAME hint: you can right-click on the .pio directory in PlatformIO under the explorer tab and open it from there.
  3. Open Microchip Studio and under File>Open>Open File for Debugging, enter the path to open the firmware.elf file. Name your Project and click next.
  4. Choose your chip (for me the AtMega2560) and confirm
  5. If all went well, a window should open showing various file paths. Quite probably, some files are reported missing. We will add them in the next step. Just confirm everything and continue
  6. On the right, you should now see a tab called “Solution Explorer” and an open solution. Right-click on the solution and choose Ad>NewSolutionFolder. Name your Folder src. Repeat this to create folders called include and ArduinoFiles. Now right-click the src folder and choose Add>ExistingItem. Now navigate to the src folder of the pio project you are trying to debug and mark all files and hit add. Do the same, but with the folder include. Now we need to add all the Arduino files. These are located under C:\Users\USERNAME\.platformio\packages\framework-arduino-avr\cores\arduino.
  7. Next, we need to tell Microchip studio what debugger we are using. Click on Debug>PROJECTNAME Properties and then navigate to Tool there select Atmel-ICE and JTAG as the interface. You can now close this window.
  8. Finally, open your main from the src folder we created and set a breakpoint on the first line of the main loop by clicking in the gray bar left of the code. Now to debug, hit the small green arrow in the toolbar. The project should build (this takes some time) and the start and halt where you set the breakpoint. All code should be recognized (no red squiggly lines, otherwise you forgot to include some files in step 6.) Now you can debug to your hearths content ! If this is not the case, check your wiring.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
  1. The files we added in step 6 are linked. That means if you change something here it gets changed in the original files so be careful!
  2. If you make changes to your code, you need to recompile and re-upload from PlatformIO. Atmel Studio should see some files changed and prompt you to do a reload. For some reason this throws an error message but so for I just hit ok and ignored it and everything seems to work as intended after.
  3. Here be links:
  4. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 1
  5. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 2
  6. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 3
Edited about a bazillion times to make reddit's version of markdown play ball...
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2023.06.02 12:36 Gladius_Illuminatus How to do on chip debugging on an Arduino, a tutorial

DISCLAIMER I am NOT the person in the YoutTube video thumbnail and this is NOT just a text version of said video. This is a tutorial I wrote and the video is just one of my sources. Sadly I cant make the thumbnail disappear on mobile...
Alright, so first things first. This is a follow-up to my original post, where I originally asked how to do what I’m about to explain to you. What that basically means is that I ain't no pro, and I’m sure there are better and more correct ways to do this, but dang it was a lot of work to figure this all out, so I’m hoping it helps someone somewhere down the line.
I originally needed to do some debugging on an Arduino Mega 2560 (A Controllino to be more specific, but that’s just a Mega in a PLC package) and “Conventional” Arduino style serial Print debugging even while using some more advanced techniques like using #define to create Serial.print macros, using PlatformIO with the AVR Stub debugger or making use of the Better Serial Plotter was just not cutting it anymore. They are all nice, but for one reason or another did not quite cut it for me. Read my original post or the linked articles for more details. After asking the good folks of Reddit for help, I bought an ATMEL-ICE to do some JTAG debugging. In case you are not using a Mega like me, check the manufacturers website of your microcontroller. They will usually tell you if they support JTAG. Note that if you are using something other than an AVR chip, this process will be different. Andreas Spiess did a pretty good tutorial for other Chips like the popular ESP32.
Right enough talking let's get to the point.
PS Buckle up this is gonna be long and technical, and it already IS the TLDR; It took me two weeks and more curses and running to people for help who actually know what they are doing than I'd like to admit...
You will need:
  1. A microcontroller to debug (Arduino Mega 2560 in this example)
  2. PlatformIO (I use it with VS Code)
  3. Microchip Studio
  4. The ATMEL-ICE debugger (for some reason I could not find a local seller who would sell this to a private person. I could get one since this was for my day job, but I also saw some on the ol AliExpress and the Chinese ain’t picky about accepting someone’s money if they want to spend it, unlike Microchip...)
  5. Some jumper wires to hook it all up.
Once you installed all the software, it is time for step one:
Enabling on Chip debugging and JTAG because this is disabled by default.
IF you are using a stock Arduino board that has an ISP header (the six pins somewhere at the back of the board) do this:
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the 6pole connector to the plug labeled “AVR”
  2. Connect the 6pole connector to the ISP header as shown in this tutorial
IF you are using some variant that does not have an ISP header
  1. Take the ATMEL-ICE and connect the cable with the labeled pins to the plug labeled “AVR”
  2. Connect the wires to your board as per page 21 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide
Now regardless of board follow these steps
  1. Plug in the ATMEL-ICE and your board so both have power. The ATMEL-ICE does NOT provide power to the board.
  2. Open Microchip Studio and go to Tools>Device Programming
  3. Choose the ATMEL-ICE for the Tool, your controller for device (for me 2560) and ISP for the Interface then hit apply.
  4. Now hit Read on the device signature. If all went well, you should now see an ID and a voltage up top and a new menu. If not check your wiring.
  5. Under Fuses set the following fuses to high
    a. JTAGEN
    b. BOOTRST
    c. OCDEN
    Then hit program.
  6. To make sure the fuses are set correctly, unplug your board, plug it back in and repeat steps 4-6. Under fuses you should now see those fuses set to HIGH when you read.
Great that’s the first part done now to connect the ATMEL-ICE in JTAG mode
  1. Search your microcontrollers datasheet until you find what pins are used for JTAG. In case of the Atmega2560 these can be found on page 85 of the datasheet.
  2. Now connect them to the corresponding pins of the ATMEL-ICE using the cable with the labeled pins plugged in to the AVR connector using the pinout on page 20 of the ATMEL-ICE user guide. For me this looked like this:
    a. ATMEL ICE Pin 1 (TCK) → A4
    b. ATMEL ICE Pin 2 (GND) → GND
    c. ATMEL ICE Pin 3 (TDO) → A6
    d. ATMEL ICE Pin 4 (VCC) → 5V
    e. ATMEL ICE Pin 5 (TMS) → A5
    f. ATMEL ICE Pin 9 (TDI) → A7
    I did not need the rest of the pins.
Now for the actual debugging:
  1. Compile the project you want to debug in PlatformIO, making sure you have set the following parameters in the platformio.ini
    a. "build_type = debug" This tells pio to build in debug mode
    b. "debug_build_flags = -g -ggdb -Og -Wl,-Map,output.map" These parameters make it so the resulting .elf file contains all the necessary information for debugging and also creates a map file with all linked files paths.
  2. Locate the resulting firmware.elf and copy the path. It should be under: YOUR_PROJECT_DIRECTORY\.pio\build\BOARD_NAME hint: you can right-click on the .pio directory in PlatformIO under the explorer tab and open it from there.
  3. Open Microchip Studio and under File>Open>Open File for Debugging, enter the path to open the firmware.elf file. Name your Project and click next.
  4. Choose your chip (for me the AtMega2560) and confirm
  5. If all went well, a window should open showing various file paths. Quite probably, some files are reported missing. We will add them in the next step. Just confirm everything and continue
  6. On the right, you should now see a tab called “Solution Explorer” and an open solution. Right-click on the solution and choose Ad>NewSolutionFolder. Name your Folder src. Repeat this to create folders called include and ArduinoFiles. Now right-click the src folder and choose Add>ExistingItem. Now navigate to the src folder of the pio project you are trying to debug and mark all files and hit add. Do the same, but with the folder include. Now we need to add all the Arduino files. These are located under C:\Users\USERNAME\.platformio\packages\framework-arduino-avr\cores\arduino.
  7. Next, we need to tell Microchip studio what debugger we are using. Click on Debug>PROJECTNAME Properties and then navigate to Tool there select Atmel-ICE and JTAG as the interface. You can now close this window.
  8. Finally, open your main from the src folder we created and set a breakpoint on the first line of the main loop by clicking in the gray bar left of the code. Now to debug, hit the small green arrow in the toolbar. The project should build (this takes some time) and the start and halt where you set the breakpoint. All code should be recognized (no red squiggly lines, otherwise you forgot to include some files in step 6.) Now you can debug to your hearths content ! If this is not the case, check your wiring.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
  1. The files we added in step 6 are linked. That means if you change something here it gets changed in the original files so be careful!
  2. If you make changes to your code, you need to recompile and re-upload from PlatformIO. Atmel Studio should see some files changed and prompt you to do a reload. For some reason this throws an error message but so for I just hit ok and ignored it and everything seems to work as intended after.
  3. Here be links:
  4. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 1
  5. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 2
  6. Microchip Technology Tutorial on Debugging, Pt. 3
Edited about a bazillion times to make reddit's version of markdown play ball...
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2023.06.02 04:34 MandalorianKnight Fix MSI center on Windows 11 64 bit pro using CLEAN CENTER MASTER

Hi all. MSI center recently became FUBAR, to the point the Mystic Light menu wasn't even responding. I found this guide and lo and behold it actually worked. So if y'all are having issues hopefully this helps.
https://storage-asset.msi.com/global/picture/faq/[email protected]@kb_04147_en.pdf
Tragically, MSI Center is still a steaming pile of dogshit. But at least my keys are red again..
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2023.06.01 23:49 AnotherCrazyChick Appreciation post: Tex Mex and Tex Food

Let’s get this sub going. I grew up in Texas and moved away over a decade ago. I still visit and what I miss most is the food. I moved to Oregon and lived there for 10 years. I asked the locals where I could find good Tex Mex. I was referred to a restaurant that only had mango salsa and mango or pineapple in the majority of dishes. You know, because the west coast is the closest to Hawaii, so they integrated that into their cuisine. It’s not Tex Mex in any form or fashion. There was no queso dip outside of Chipotle once they started advertising it and it was not sufficient and it’s not the same. The Mexican restaurants that offered queso were more Mexican focused and the “queso” was mostly cheese and not dip. A solid piece of melted cheese that was fried. Growing up in DFW, Taco Casa was the best. In my hometown, the high school was next door to a Taco Casa, so I ate there for lunch regularly. Back when we had off campus eating. And also Whataburger. Did you know Whataburger has chicken fajita wraps? They aren’t always on the menu, but they still have them and I love them. Also Braum’s ice cream. There was no drive thru ice cream in Oregon. There are multiples here in NY, but it’s not Braum’s. All places have limited options of flavors and it’s mostly soft serve yogurt. While I do recommend Texan’s try Oregon Tillamook cheese and ice cream, I still miss Braum’s.
Thank you for reading my rant and reminiscence.
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2023.06.01 19:53 HunterXProgrammer [Project Share] Send/Receive WhatsApp Message - Project V4

Previous post intro:-
Recently I've been getting a lot of inquiries on how to send images, videos or documents in WhatsApp using Tasker. Possibly with the screen off, phone locked, without unlocking, etc. Had some time to make this so here it is.

For The New Timers

You can send WhatsApp Text/Images/Videos/PDF/Documents/Voice Messages automatically using Tasker.
Here is a video demo:-
Video:- Sending - Text, Images, Videos, Voice and Documents in WhatsApp using Tasker
 

List Of Supported Features

(previously Mdtest could support only one WhatsApp number, but now you can have as many as you want)
The above features works for both single contacts and group chats.
Note:- Don't forget to update Tasker to Tasker 6.2.2 Beta as oldeoutdated Tasker doesn't have required HTTP Events.
 

For The Old Timers

I've been going through my to-do list from the previous old Project V3 and implemented a whole list of new features (mute, pin, archive, multi-user, etc.), which needed more or less a total rework of the previous code base.
I'm glad for the HTTP events that Tasker dev introduced in the beta, made good use out of it to implement the much awaited multi-user support.
 

Getting Started:-

Import these two Taskernet projects:-
WhatsApp - Receive Messages Project [Mdtest V4]
WhatsApp - Send Messages Project [Mdtest V4]
 

For Tasker users:-

1) From the "Receive Messages" Project, run this Task once "#Main - Setup With WhatsApp Web QR Code (V4)" -
Now to connect it to WhatsApp -
Check if WhatsApp qr code is generated properly.
Note:- In case qr code is too big, you can pinch the screen to resize it.
The code refreshes every 60s, so quickly take a picture of it using a spare phone and
open WhatsApp -> ⋮ (menu) -> Linked Devices
and scan this code in the main device.
This prepares Tasker to use Mdtest and finishes the setup.
2) After that, run the "Mdtest - Start (V4)" to start Mdtest.
You can now send WhatsApp Images/Videos/PDF/Documents/Voice Messages using the "Send Project".
 

For CLI Users:-

Check out the GitHub repo for this.

Disclaimer

You are responsible for what you do with this.

Some Tips:-

  • Run the "Mdtest - Start (V4)" Task in the "Receive Messages" Project to start mdtest.
    All done. While mdtest is running, you can use the "Send Messages" Project to send rows and rows of messages to single contacts/groups.
  • If you want to add more numbers, just run the Task "#Extra - Auto-Generate Another Mdtest User Support (V4)". It'll auto-generate extra user project for you.
Make sure to check Some Tips -> Github Repo

Updates

(future update notes to be posted here)
 
Enjoy :-)
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2023.06.01 19:07 Dedalvs Fiat Lingua: Grambank & Language Documentation: Zhwadi and Its Features

Today's Fiat Lingua is an introduction to how to use GramBank as a way of sharing a conlang. It's actually a collection of three resources, so I wanted to explain how they can work together.
First, GramBank is a new online resource that is somewhat similar to WALS, but even more useful. GramBank features around 200 mostly yes/no questions about morphosyntax (e.g. "Is there a distinction between inclusive and exclusive?"), and culls data from grammatical descriptions of more than 2,000 languages. By way of comparison, a similar entry in WALS has data from 200 languages. This is a great place to go if you're wondering what kind of variety there is for a particular area of morphosyntax, and also if you want to see how common a particular strategy is.
Second, the Fiat Lingua article itself has two parts. First, it's a description of how to use GramBank to document/share a conlang by Jessie Sams, and then there's an example Jessie created via a spreadsheet of GramBank features she created using one of her conlangs. That .pdf is here:
https://fiatlingua.org/2023/06/
If you go to the .pdf, you'll see in the latter description that there are links that don't work, because links don't export from Google spreadsheets to .pdf. In fact, the ideal way to share this information is via a link, and that's the last thing I wanted to share. UPDATE: The document-internal links on the .pdf of the spreadsheet at the end still don't work, but the document-external links now do work. If you downloaded the original version of the .pdf, please go ahead and download the new one, and the external links will work. (You can download it directly here.)
Jessie created a thorough spreadsheet on Google that lists every GramBank feature, along with a link to its description, and a dropdown menu for each feature, along with a column to provide a description of each feature. The sheet is read-only, so what you do is copy the sheet to your own Google Drive, and then you can fill it out for whatever conlang you're working on, and share that (ideally as a read-only spreadsheet) as a way of showcasing your conlang. There's a second tab that describes how to use the sheet. The ideal here is a sheet like this can be kind of a shortcut when someone asks, "What's your conlang like?" You can link the sheet and get a ton of information about the language in bullet-point form.
Again, the blank spreadsheet that you can copy and fill out can be found here.
An example of a filled out spreadsheet, featuring Jessie's conlang Zhwadi, can be found here.
Finally, as with Payne's Describing Morphosyntax, the GramBank list can be an aid to conlang construction, as well, as it serves as a series of probing questions about your conlang's grammar that, depending on where you're at in your creation process, you may not have answered yet—or which you may have actually answered without realizing it, but haven't formalized anywhere.
As always, if you have anything you'd like to share on Fiat Lingua, please feel free to contact me. It just needs to be a .pdf. Right now the queue goes all the way to next year, so there may be some lag before your submission is posted, but it'll get there.
Happy conlanging!
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2023.06.01 00:56 IVZLB Inmate Admission & Orientation Handbook for EH's Federal Prison

https://www.bop.gov/locations/institutions/bry/BRY_aohandbook.pdf
"Holmes would be allotted an hour for each meal at the facility, which offers a standard Federal Bureau of Prisons menu, consisting of foods like chicken, hamburgers, hotdogs, tacos and macaroni. "
Source:
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-65625526
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2023.05.31 20:42 Separate_Function3 TGI’s Vegan Menu

TGI’s Vegan Menu
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2023.05.31 10:38 HainenOPRP Are teambooks/codex of worlds available?

Hello, we're booting up a new MotW-campaign. We've played it once before but was pleasantly surprised to see all the extramaterial that exists now.
We're looking at the menu of team playbooks on the website with great interest, but I can't tell how to get ahold of those playbooks. I see there was a backerkit recently; maybe it hasn't been released proper yet? Is it a PDF only to backers situation? I can't quite tell from the backerkit site.

Thanks in advance.
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2023.05.31 10:04 Vheraun How do you deal with palm rejection?

Hey folks! I'm having some annoyance-level issues with my device and I thought I'd ask here to see if anyone else is dealing with the same. I'm using a Note Air 1, so this may be smoother in newer devices (although the firmware should be the same and my device is up-to-date).
My setup is: Note Air 1, Staetdler Norris Jumbo pen w/ original nibs, no screen protector. I'm also left-handed, and I've switched the vertical menu to the right side.
Basically, whenever I'm writing in the notes application or annotating a pdf, I'm getting the following two issues:
Do you have the same issues? Have you solved them somehow? Thanks in advance!
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2023.05.31 08:03 DocWatson42 Tipping in the US

This thread is about the recurring topic on Reddit.
My lists are always being updated and expanded when new information comes in—what did I miss or am I unaware of (even if the thread predates my membership in Reddit), and what needs correction? Even (especially) if I get a subreddit or date wrong. (Note that, other than the quotation marks, the thread titles are "sic". I only change the quotation marks to match the standard usage (double to single, etc.) when I add my own quotation marks around the threads' titles.)
The lists are in absolute ascending chronological order by the posting date, and if need be the time of the initial post, down to the minute (or second, if required—there's at least one example of this, somewhere). The dates are in DD MMMM YYYY format per personal preference, and times are in US Eastern Time ("ET") since that's how they appear to me, and I'm not going to go to the trouble of converting to another time zone. They are also in twenty-four hour format, as that's what I prefer, and it saves the trouble and confusion of a.m. and p.m. Where the same user posts the same request to different subreddits, I note the user's name in order to indicate that I am aware of the duplication.
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2023.05.30 21:15 Shrek_2_Soundtrack France/Italy GF Trip Summary

Hey everyone!
This sub was a great resource for preparing for my big Euro trip, so I wanted to drop this post as a round up for great gluten free places I visited!
PARIS
Patisseries:
Copains - fully GF bakery, amazing selection here and super friendly staff, everything I had here was delicious (and I tried way too much)
NoGlu - while my least favorite of the bakeries, NoGlu offers lunch as well, so getting a traditional ham and emmental sandwich on their baguette was a great treat. As far as their straight up baked goods though, they were noticeably GF as compared to others in town
Le Pont Traverse - this little coffee shop is operated by NoGlu and serves baked goods from their bakery. It was super close to my hotel, so we started pretty much every day here. The smoked salmon bagel was especially good
Chambelland - while it was a close race with Copains, this was my favorite of the bakeries. I legitimately couldn't tell their eclair was gluten free
Dinners:
Brasserie Les Deux Palais - this is probably the only really "tourist trap" place we went, but we were hoping to walk along the Seine around sunset one night, and this brasserie by Sainte Chapelle was just the right location. It's definitely overpriced, but if you're looking for the traditional tourist brasserie experience while gluten free, this is a reliable stop
Le P'Tit Troquet - traditional French cooking, small restaurant with an even smaller menu, but gf adjustments available for most menu items and friendly about making the changes needed
Le Saotico - this little bistro was packed with locals when we arrived, which is always a good sign. The owners are a couple and the wife has Celiac, so she is quick to assure you that you are in good hands. They make some amazing duck and had great GF dessert options
Boutary - shout out u/MagneticPerry for this recommendation because this was THE BEST MEAL of our whole trip. A caviar-centric tasting menu, tailored around my GF request, with some of the most delightful waitstaff I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. A true 10 out of 10 experience
NICE
Taverne Messena - this place was a godsend when we arrived to Nice at 11pm one night. They stay open until 1 am and have a special menu labelled with allergens
Pop-O-Thyme - we ate lunch twice at this little crepe spot, traditional GF buckwheat crepes can be made with almost any of their fillings, and the GF crepes are made in a separate area than the others
La Rotonde - this is the mid-budget option for dining at the historic Le Negresco resort in Nice, with the Prix Fixe menu coming in around 65 euros a person. Your GF options are a little limited on the prix fixe menu, but everything I had was delicious, and they brought out warm GF rolls that were amazing. Dinner here also gets you access to the historic hotel, which is normally reserved for guests, so make sure to check out the incredible bar as well
GiGi Tavola - Someone told us the GF pizza at GiGi Tavola rivaled any GF pizza in Italy, which I was very skeptical of, but after having spent a week in Italy I have to agree. This is the best GF crust I have ever had. Make sure to make a reservation here, and if you're a craft cocktail person, ask about the speakeasy when you pay the check
At this point in my trip, we crossed over into Italy, and here I am happy to confirm everything you've heard about being gluten free in Italy is 100% true. People are super friendly and super knowledgable, almost every restaurant has their allergen info handy, and the AIC (Italian Celiac Association) awards a seal of approval to restaurants that can the facilities and know-how to assure food safety for people with Celiac.
GENOA
I Tre Merli - we had a stopover night in Genoa and wanted some seafood. I Tre Merli is AIC certified and sits out on the port, so we figured it was a good pick. All the seafood was fresh and delicious, and they offer several gluten free pasta options to accompany any of their sauces. I had some incredible GF seafood gnocchi here
McDonalds - yep, I tried the Italian GF burger. It is exactly what you expect: a frozen double cheeseburger that's been microwaved to order and served to you still sealed in plastic. But it's safe, convenient, and a Scharr bun is gonna be delicious no matter what. It makes me so mad no one in the States can offer something that is this simultaneously convenient and safe.
FLORENCE
Hostaria Il Desco - another AIC certified spot, this one offering more upscale pastas. We got truffle bruschetta on GF bread and chinghiale pasta (wild boar, a local delicacy). This place was a healthy mix of locals and tourists, which for Florence is saying a lot, as it was flooded with American college kids the whole time we were there
Sgrano - a very popular lunch spot in Florence serves giant sandwiches prepared inside an entire loaf of focaccia, and Sgrano is directly across the street offering a GF version. These sandwiches are gigantic and filled with incredible Italian meats and cheeses. I highly recommend you split a sandwich, I had one to myself at lunch and couldn't eat for the rest of the day
Cafe Del Teatro Niccolini - this cafe offers several different gluten free croissants, store and prepared separately in the back, and is a convenient grab-and-go espresso and a pastry spot
Grom - no matter where you go in Italy you'll probably find Grom gelato. They started as a dedicated GF gelateria and got big enough to be bought out by Unilever, so they are all over the place now. While many gelaterias in Italy are knowledgable enough to be very safe about scooping your GF order, it's nice to have dedicated GF flavors and cones at places like Grom
ROME
Taliani Pastries Cafe - I had read this place wasn't fully GF before going, so I was expecting a limited GF selection, but they actually have much more GF options than non-GF. The pastries were huge and delicious and reasonably priced, the staff even threw in some little tarts for free since they were close to closing.
Pizza in Trevi - at just a few steps away from the Trevi fountain, this place is filled with tourists, but it's AIC certified and has a unique buckwheat GF pizza crust that gives it a great flavor. Despite the crowds rushing in and out, they give gluten free diners a separate placemat and bring all the gf food out on separate dishes to insure safety
Mercato Hostaria - after sitting down here and opening the menu I realized this must be the more upscale sister restaurant to Pizza in Trevi, although the surroundings here are completely different. Instead of the cramped crowds of Trevi, this restaurants sits out on a quiet piazza, but they follow the same AIC safety protocols. All their pasta sauces can be served on fresh in-house GF pasta, and everything we had here was delicious
Mama Eat Lab - there are several Mama Eat locations around Rome offering GF comfort foods (think a lot of breaded and deep-fried options), but Mama Eat Lab in Vatican City is a smaller, dedicated GF location. The pizza here was probably the least impressive of my trip, but the pasta is delicious, and they make these like breaded, deep-fried mashed potato logs that are incredible
I hope some of this was helpful for any of you planning travel, and for anyone out there with travel-anxiety due to our dietary needs, I just want to assure you that France and especially Italy are excellent places to be! I felt more safe there than many of the places I travel in the US.
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2023.05.30 14:16 uallsucktodeath Clarity on the legal position with respect to charging of service charge

I believe that to understand any governmental legal action, understanding the intent behind the same is of utmost importance to figure out whether there has been a violation of the guidelines or not. And also understanding the guidelines in great detail. I have tried to simplify all this for you and hope it helps.
A number of grievances were reported against mandatory levy of service charges by hotels and restaurants.
In pursuance of the same, and having taken note of, among other things, the following, the ministry of consumer affairs, food and public distribution issued guidelines (dated 21st April 2017), ‘Guidelines on fair trade practices related to charging of service charge from consumers by hotels/restaurants’.
a. Consumers were paying tip to waiters in addition of the service charges being charged, under the impression that service charges are a part of ‘taxes’. b. In some cases, hotels/restaurants restrained consumers from entering their premises if they were not in prior agreement to pay mandatory service charge.
Through the guidelines (https://consumeraffairs.nic.in/sites/default/files/file-uploads/latestnews/Guidelines.pdf), the government established the following:
a. The customer can only be charged the prices (along with applicable taxes) as displayed on the menu, as that is what he agrees (consents to) to pay by placing an order. He cannot be charged any additional charges than the ones stated on the menu (which may lead to the conclusion that if a hotel/restaurant places it on their menu as to what the service charges are to be paid by the customer, then the customer may be obligated to pay the same). b. Considering a customer’s mere entry to a hostel/restaurant amounting to his consent to pay a fixed amount of service charge is incorrect as a customer only decides whether to pay a tip or not after having completed his meal and assessing the quality of the services. Basically, the act of paying ‘service charges’ is associated with the ‘voluntariness’ of the customer based on his assessment of the services of the hotel/restaurant (is what I can interpret from the guidelines – the department basically intended to equate service charged to a tip paid by a customer – thereby clarifying that they are not a part of any ‘taxes’ – and also that it would be unfair for a customer to pay a tip above and beyond the service charges under the impression that the latter are a part of ‘taxes’ while actually tip and service charges are the same). c. The bill ‘may’ clearly display that services charge is voluntary, and service charge column may be left blank for the customer to fill it up before making the payment (usage of the word may implying that places are not yet obligated to display the same).
A number of grievances were registered on the national consumer helpline regarding levy of service charge by restaurants and hotels in the bill by default, without informing that same is voluntary and optional. The authority also noted that such service charge was being levied in addition to the total price of food items and taxes, in guise of some other fee or charge (thus, such charges neither being a part of the price of the food items or the charge of applicable taxes).
Thus, on 4th July 2022, central consumer protection authority issued the following guidelines to prevent unfair trade practices and protect consumers’ interest with regard to levy of service charge in hotels and restaurants (which are in addition to the ministry of consumer affair guidelines issued on 21.4.2017):
a. Similar to the ministry of consumer affairs, this authority also noted that the customer can only be charged the prices (along with applicable taxes) as displayed on the menu, as that is what he agrees (consents to) to pay by placing an order. He cannot be charged any additional charges than the ones stated on the menu (which may lead to the conclusion that if a hotel/restaurant places it on their menu as to what the service charges are to be paid by the customer, then the customer may be obligated to pay the same). b. A customer only decides whether to pay a tip or not after having completed his meal and assessing the quality of the services. c. Unlike the ministry of consumer affairs, this authority clearly stated that no hotel/restro ‘shall’: 1. add service charge automatically, 2. collect such charge under any other name, 3. force consumer to pay such charge 4. restrict entry or provision of services on basis of collection of service charge 5. add the service charge along with the food bill and levy GST on the entire amount (which can clearly be tallied by the consumer by crosschecking the prices on the bill with that in the menu) d. moreover, every hotel/restro ‘shall’ inform consumer that service charge is voluntary. e. The guidelines have also provided the recourse a consumer can take in case he feels there has been a violation of the same.
Now, let’s look at the interpretation of the courts of the guidelines issued and what the legal status of the guidelines is as of today:
Delhi high court: The National Restaurants Association of India even challenged the legality of the said guidelines.
Order dated July 20, 2022: stayed the operation of the CCPA guidelines till the next court order (discussed below, april 18, 2023 one) – basically meaning the guidelines won’t be operative and restaurants can charge the service charge (however, to do the same, restaurants must ensure that they display the obligation of the customer to pay such charges on the menu or other places). At the same time, it must be noted that, such service charge cannot be applied on take away items.
Order dated April 18, 2023:
a. Establishments must not show the order dated july 20, 2022 as meaning that service charge has been approved by the court.
So, basically, order dated July 20, 2022 is still applicable and continuing. And the matter regarding legality of the CCPA guidelines is still pending in court.
In conclusion: establishments can charge service charge if they display the same on their menu. Such charge is not applicable on take away orders.
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2023.05.30 09:39 Johnny_Mc2 If you enjoyed The Menu and want more, read the script for it. It’s free and adds more insanity to the point it’s over the top (in a good way)

Here’s a free legal link.
This movie is perfect to read the script for since the final movie has a lot of ambiguity, and we get more courses out of the script, along with other little changes. My favorite change is that the movie star in the script has a severe peanut allergy, and his assistant at one point has to force feed him nuts. Then his own special course comes out and fuck me:
HARD CUT back to the real dining room. Not quiet. People screaming. Felicity is being forced to feed the movie star nuts, which he is allergic to. It’s clear he is having a massive allergic reaction.
A SUPERIMPOSED TITLE READS: “EIGHTH COURSE: ‘GONE NUTS’ - peanut dashi, peanut foam, peanut curd, peanut brittle, and raw peanuts hand-fed”
and then right after there’s this line:
We see as well that Lillian is being waterboarded in a giant pail of the emulsion.
Seriously even if you’ve never read a script before, this one is written extremely well in a way you can perfectly picture everything. The rule of scripts is typically 1 page = 1 minute of screen time. You should be able to blow through this in an hour or two
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