|Related to : publish_actions permission error|
|Is Pcanvas support double click actions to zoom instead of drag actions?|
PDragSequenceEventHandler simplifies implementation of handlers that
are based on mouse dragging events. In your case you can derive from
PBasicInputEventHandler. Also, you can add as many event listeners as
you need, just make sure they don't interfere with each other. Read
more about event listeners in Adding User Interaction.
Below is an example of a zoom handler that reacts to a mouse wheel
|Django and Apache2 error - You don't have permission to access / on this server|
This bit doesn't look right:
Where is your virtualenv? In /opt or ~/opt? They are two different
places. Everywhere else, you're referring to /opt.
|libvirt-php receives the error: unable to connect to server Permission denied|
By default authentication mechanism for libvirtd TCP connection is
SASL. Till now TCP connection is listening and now we have to
configure SASL based authentication. Edit /etc/libvirt/libvirtd.conf,
they are using auth_tcp = "none", but use auth_tcp = "sasl" if not
done already. Now execute the following command.
sudo saslpasswd2 -a libvirt fred
Again (for verification): fred
|What does it mean by "actions are taken" in ECMAScript 5?|
What the excerpt is saying is that if value is a host object such as a
Document, then it's up to the implementation to decide what new
Object(value) will do ("actions are taken […] in an
implementation-dependent manner that may depend on" value) and what
value it will return ("a result is returned in an
implementation-dependent manner that may depend on" value).
Even if value is a host obj
|Can't publish on Google Play Store|
Try to update your sdk or you can run zipalign manually in command
zipalign [-f] [-v] <alignment> infile.apk outfile.apk
Note that zipalign is located inside
Link to zipalign: