- Install and Launch the Seagate Disk Wizard by downloading it from HERE for free and running the executable.
- Select "Add New Disc" to do a simple partitioning and formatting.
- Select the correct disk and follow the wizard prompts.
- Select MBR or GPT. MBR is recommended for partitions smaller than 2 TB.
- Select the Unallocated disk and then Create new partition.
- Change the File system: to FAT32. If you prefer, you may manually select the partition letter and add a label. Select Accept.
- DiscWizard will display its progress.
- Select OK when complete.
To their credit they did announce the change, but they announced it in a Google Group that no one ever checks or reads! This should have been front page news on the Recaptcha Home Page.
To put this in terms everyone understands, here is basically what you have to do to get your Joomla Recaptcha working again:
- Go to "/plugins/captcha/recaptcha" folder of your Joomla installation, and open the file "recaptcha.php".
- In the file, find this code block:
- Next, find line 118, which looks like this:
$response = $this->_recaptcha_http_post(self::RECAPTCHA_VERIFY_SERVER, "/verify",
And replace it with this:
$response = $this->_recaptcha_http_post(self::RECAPTCHA_VERIFY_SERVER, "/recaptcha/api/verify",
const RECAPTCHA_API_SERVER = "http://api.recaptcha.net"; const RECAPTCHA_API_SECURE_SERVER = "https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api"; const RECAPTCHA_VERIFY_SERVER = "api-verify.recaptcha.net";
Replace it with this:
const RECAPTCHA_API_SERVER = "http://www.google.com/recaptcha/api"; const RECAPTCHA_API_SECURE_SERVER = "https://www.google.com/recaptcha/api"; const RECAPTCHA_VERIFY_SERVER = "www.google.com";
That's all you have to do to get things back up and working! Credit for this fix goes to "SniperSister" on Github who posted this solution in THIS GIT Commit as well as THIS Bug Ticket he opened on JoomlaCode.
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- You may be able to reset the passcode by restoring the device. To do so, do the following:
- Connect the device to the computer with which you normally sync and open iTunes. Note, that if iTunes prompts you to enter the passcode, try another computer that you have synced with.
- Right-click the device in the left column and select Back up.
- When the backup is complete, select Restore.
- When finished, restore from your most recent backup.
- Connecting the device may result in this error message: "iTunes could not connect to the [device] because it is locked with a passcode. You must enter your passcode on the [device] before it can be used with iTunes." You have pretty much lost all your content and apps at this point, but can still use the phone by wiping everything out and bringing it to the factory setting. To do so, do the following:
- Disconnect the USB cable from the device, but leave the other end of the cable connected to your computer's USB port.
- Turn off the device: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until the red slider appears, then slide the slider. Wait for the device to turn off.
- While pressing and holding the Home button, reconnect the USB cable to the device. The device should turn on.
- Continue holding the Home button until you see the "Connect to iTunes" screen. When this screen appears, release the Home button.
- iTunes should alert you that it has detected a device in recovery mode. Click OK, and then click Restore to restore the device.
- Follow the steps outlined in Case 2 above to wipe out your phone and re-install the factory software and setting.
- Once this is done, in the welcome screen chose "Restore from iCloud" and follow the on screen instructions to restore all your content and apps to their previous state, which means you get all your stuff back to the point you backed up to the cloud. So depending on when you last backed up to the iCloud you may only lose a few days worth of stuff.
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This issue has been reported to Microsoft over and over without them offering much of a solution:
Some workarounds suggested by various Developers are as follows:
- You can also create a new solution in VS2012, then import all of the existing code files from the original solution. Add => Controller... will then start functioning properly again.
- Select Add => New Item from the context menu, then choose MVC 4 Controller. However, you don't get any of the scaffolding that you do with the wizard.
- Run devenv.exe /resetskippkgs http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms241276(v=vs.100).aspx
- Disable "Visual Studio Hosting Process" in each executable project's properties (build tab, all the way at the bottom)
- Disable Intellitrace on Debug in Tools, Options, Intellitrace
- Your Project is under CVS, SVN, Git or Mercurial Source Control, and you just fetched the latest version of the Project from that Source Control.
- You downloaded the project from the WWW through a list file and extracted it, then ran the Solution File.
- You copied the files from a Network Location that is NOT Trusted by your PC.
- /packages/EntityFramework.5.0.0 (or whatever version you are using) recursively
- Your Project's ".sln", ".suo", ".v11.suo", ".csproj", ".csproj.user".
- All assemblies inside the "bin" folder.
- The "Controllers" folder and all Controller Class files inside it.
- QA Team is remote and they cannot physically bring their device back to you for update
- You have already registered their device as a developer device with Apple iOS Developer Portal
- Your App has not yet submitted to the App Store
- You do not want to Jail Break their device in order to do this.
- Open XCode and bring up your Workspace or Project, and get the latest version of your source code from whatever Source Control your team uses.
- Select your main Project Node in XCode File and Folder view.
- Click on the "Organizer" button and open Organizer, then click "Refresh" to get the latest version of your provisioning profile from Apple (make sure "Provisioning Profile" library node is selected)
- Select the Provisioning Profile you are using for your App, then right click on the line item and choose "Reveal in Finder".
- Copy this Provisioning Profile file to a temp folder for distribution.
- Close Organizer and go back to XCode.
- Select the main Project File and Folder Node in XCode, then go to the "Product" menu from the top XCode menu and select "Archive". Allow it a minute to compile and bring up the archive window.
- Select the latest Archive from the "Organizer-Archives" list, then click on the "Distribution" button. If you don't see an Archive there, go ahead and compile and create one.
- Select the "Save for Enterprise or Ad-Hoc Deployment" option, then click "Next".
- Select a Code Signing Identity, then click "Next".
- Select a file system location for the IPA file (Same location where you saved the provisioning profile to), then click "Save".
- Upload the two files (provisioning profile and ".ipa" file) to a web server or a file sharing service (for example box.com or Google Drive, or other) as a single ".zip" file, and email the link to the zip file to your QA Testers.
- Plug your iOS Device into your Mac or PC, and allow it to fully sync.
- Download the ".zip" file containing the provisioning profile file and ".ipa" file, and extract it on your local machine into a temp folder.
- Select the "Apps" section in your iTunes for the iOS Device in Question, then drag the provisioning profile file into it. This will install the Provisioning Profile on your Device through iTunes. If you are prompted that the profile exists already, go ahead and replace it with the new one you just dragged in.
- Drag and drop the ".ipa" file into iTunes Apps Section. This will give you an Install button to Install the App on your iOS Device.
- Go ahead and Click on the "Install" button. This will install the App on your iOS Device.
- Download and install the iPhone Configuration Utility from http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1466
- Run the iPhone Configuration Utility from the Start Menu.
- Plug in your iOS Device to your Windows PC using USB. A new icon with your Device's Name appears under "Devices" in the left menu.
- Select your device under Devices, then click on the "Add" icon from the top left menu list, and choose "Mobile Provision" for the "File of Type" drop down, then navigate to and select your downloaded provisioning profile and click on Open. If asked if you wish to replace the existing provisioning profile, select "Yes".
- Select your device under Devices once more, then click on the "Applications" tab. Again click on the "Add" icon from the top menu, but this time choose "Mobile Application (.ipa)" for "Files of Type:". Navigate and select your ".ipa" file, then click on the "Open" button. If prompted to replace existing version, click on "Yes".
- On the same Applications tab, scroll down and find your Application, then click on the "Install" button to install it on your device.
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1. Go to the Following URL and download adt-bundle-windows-x86_64.zip: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html#win-bundle
2. Extract it in a location on your machine (preferably on C:\Android\ or a directory directly on the root).
3. Navigate into the /eclipse directory and run “eclipse.exe” executable.
4. When prompted with a security prompt, click “Run” and uncheck “Always ask before opening this file”.
6. Go to File > New > Android Application Project to create a test Application:
7. Enter “HelloWorld” as the Application Name and accept all the default Minimum Required SDK, Target SDK, Compile With and Theme values:
9. Close the Android IDE Welcome screen. You should now see the following:
10. Click on the “Android Virtual Device Manager” icon in the top Menu Bar. This pops open a new window.
11. Click on the “New” button to create a new Virtual Android Device (Emulator).
12. On the “Create new Android Device (AVD)” screen, enter a name for the “AVD Name” field, choose a Device type (example “3.2” QVGA (ADP2) (320 x 480: mdpi), then choose a “Target” (example Android 4.2 – API Level 17). Lastly, enter a size for the SD Card field (example 768 MB) and hit “OK”. Please note that different virtual devices require different SD Card sizes, so it may take some trial and error to determine the correct size for your virtual device.
13. Close out of the Device Manager Screen, which should now show your new virtual device:
15. Give the emulator a minute to load. Once it is loaded, you should see a screen similar to the following:
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Here is a short example of how to do that. Create an MVC 3 or 4 Web Application Project. First let's create a Model called "Person" for our Data, which will hold the data for us:
In the Home Controller (HomeController.cs) of it under the Index Action Method, enter the following to generate some fake data for us and pass it to the view (of course one could query the database to do the same here):
Last but not least, on the Home View (Index.cshtml), add the following code:
Once you put it all together, you will get a simple Grid that looks like the following:
Of course there is a lot more you can do with the Grid, but this is definitely a great start! Feel free to download the Source Code of the above Test Project below (Visual Studio 2012 Solution):
Want to see the whole thing in a video? Take a look at this clip:
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