I previously had code (CSS?) that would make all DONE tasks appear gray, with a strikethrough, and put at the bottom of the list. I can no longer find this code online. Does anyone know where this code is?
In Android, it is possible to have rich text effect in the notification. In the following Android's screenshot, we have text with the following additional attributes
I was wondering, in iOS, is it possible to have rich text effect on notification text?
At initial glance on API, it seems that we are NOT able to do so
let content = UNMutableNotificationContent() // content.title is String type, not NSAttributedString content.title = ... // content.body is String type, not NSAttributedString content.body = ...
This is the best I can have so far.
I know that it is possible to have image shown in the notification, with the following additional work described in https://www.avanderlee.com/swift/rich-notifications/
However, I do not find a way, to have rich text effect (strikethrough, text color) in notification text? Is it not possible to do so in iOS, or I have been missing something?
I found out thanks to another user here that the blue is Chroma Key blue. From what I could see, there are a number of different claims to the exact hue, but one source I found (https://contextc.com/chroma-key-green-and-blue-in-rgb-hex-values/) cites the Pantone 2728C as Chroma Blue, and lists its hex value as #0047bb, which looks great to me.
I'm curious what red to use for the strikethrough text / Minotaur. Currently I've been using #F00000 which is a 240 / 0 / 0 on the RGB scale, so it's flat red, but a bit darker than full on 255 / 0 / 0 or #FF0000.
However, I'm positive that that's not the actual color. Any suggestions? Has Mark ever specified like with Chroma Key blue?
I'm working on a project that involves trying to recreate elements of House of Leaves as accurately as possible, and so these colors would help. I'm also curious about the purple, though part of me thinks if I get the red, we'll get the purple for free. My working purple is #BC3DEE, but when I mix my red with Chroma Key blue I get #F047BB which is bubblegum pink. When I darken the red, it gets closer to what I want.
Strikethrough doesn't work with old reddit on
But it does work on r/test
Is this a bug? Or a sub-reddit setting or something else?
Using windows/firefox on a computer.
Hi, I have a list of text data in which some text is crossed. If I press ctrl c, I want that text excluded from being copied to the clipboard. Preferably, I would like to use shortcuts because I need to transfer data quickly. Additionally, the text needs to be pasted into another environment than excel (for me discord).
Is there a way to customize copy paste?
Before you tell me: I KNOW HOW TO REMOVE A STRIKETHROUGH. I have removed and added them many times, and that's not the issue. I know how to manually add or remove a strikethrough.
I keep running into this issue on Google Docs, where I'm making bulleted lists with hyphens
And whenever I type a hyphenated term, like "hi-tech" or something, it automatically applies a strikethrough to the entire bullet point... This is very frustrating for me, as I'm usually not thinking about the strikethrough feature, and I almost never use it, and I'm just trying to make quick bullet points. It kills my momentum and really frustrates me, so...
How do I turn that off? And specifically for strikethroughs via hyphens. It doesn't seem to be in the Preferences menu. Is there another way to turn it off? I use Chrome, if an extension is an option.
As the title suggests, these guys are blasting a coupon code on the website. Enter "WINTER" get $25 off. On the product page, it actually shows you with a strike-through what your price will be when you enter the code.
This is not as simple as setting a price and compare to price - they're showing what the price will be.
This is not an automatic discount either, it uses a code.
I want to replicate this functionality but am not sure how to do so?
Hi! First time here, enjoying the Excel world. I'm trying to solve a problem where I check each cell in a row (ex: B4:M4). If the row does not contain strikethrough I want it returned in A4. It is a row of dates where I strike the date in one cell when adding the updated date in a new cell. The function should return the date which is current (No strikethrough).
I found some info on how to write code as macros but Im Lost on how to write the function.
Has anyone watched Single Drunk Female? I'm loving it! It's only on episode 3, but it's exactly what I need right now!!
I recommend everyone go watch it unless scenes of people drinking or at a bar will trigger you (of course she has to get super wasted at the start before she's ordered to go to AA). I wanna know what you guys think!
*Note: I'm not cool enough to know how to do an actual strikethrough ha
I was wondering if anyone had tips/thoughts on substituting the micropore tape with a non-porous alternative. The goal is to eliminate strikethrough contamination chance as well as allow window viewing of injected area. I’m unsure about transpore, duct, or scotch tape being an adequate option because the sterility of the adhesive side being introduced. I’m considering using bandaids because they are always sterile until opened, but unsure of the concentration of the deviation within the material. Any feedback is appreciated thanks!