It's recommended that the master page of a MasterDetailPage should always be a ContentPage instance, and that the detail page should only be populated with TabbedPage, NavigationPage, and ContentPage instances. This will help to ensure a consistent user experience across all platforms.
There's also this available, which I would think that project would be based on.
That's fair. I'm also trying to figure out what's what, so while recommending an odd strategy is odd, theorizing adds to the discussion. @xaade did that on the forum yesterday, which led to lots of interactions which may or may not have been useful, but at least it wasn't silence.
My mistake was to make it appear as if I was trying to recreate the stalemate scenario, which was not the case.
Whether you intended to recreate the stalemate or not, the fact is that you did, in fact, create another stalemate.
Now, whether that was just an accident of timing because of the general hours that you keep or something more sinister remains to be seen.
Also, it's completely unusable on mobile. Once opened can't be closed, navigating away from the page doesn't fix it. If there are long lines in the chat (eg links) you can't see the close button on mobile.
It's a festering pile of shit, this chat. I fucking hate it.
I fucking hate . Sometimes I dream we moved to phpbb and it's a pile of shit too, but at least it's navigable on mobile and my days suck a bit less.
Thanks for reminding me that I have to do that annual task that involves a bunch of Access, which is made far more complicated than necessary by the fact that we really can't fit all the data in at once, so we have to load it in bits and pieces and do stuff with it.
The real shame is that some of the coolest parts of our tech stack aren't frameworks or libraries and couldn't really be made libraries without compromising what they were made for.
I guess I'm just pissy about people just adding more and more crap on top of the crap we already have especially when we have enough crap that we don't really need. I honestly don't feel that '3rd party library' should be the first suggestion to any problem that we encounter.
.NET 5.x? That's a framework for the next 10 years.
That was kind of optimistic in retrospect
Seriously, wasn't ".NET Core" called ".NET 5" at that time? Pretty good indicator that copy was out of date.
I don't think it was ever called that. vNext maybe. But I don't think so, either. First it was ASP.NET 5 AFAIR, then ASP.NET vNext (this one I'm sure of) and then they settled for Core, but that was only after the organization shenanigans they pulled off.
You'd have to explain why MSI is an inherently better format to sell your software in than RPM if you want to claim using a package manager was somehow bad for business.
Demonstrably it is, since the MSI format is used on an OS that has a non-zero number of third-party software sales.
Yes, that's about the level of technical I thought you'd get
I wonder why it is that I can go buy, say, Maya for Linux and install it using yum.
Huh? I'm totally fine with your definition. I just don't understand how you can claim that everything that comes on an Ubuntu DVD is the "absolute bare minimum".
You obviously didn't read what my definition was. (Either that, or when you install Ubuntu it literally copies every byte on the DVD to the computer, which I suppose is possible?)
It's been a while since I installed Ubuntu but yes, I think it has an "everything" option. Not that it made much sense as apt will always pull in dependencies when you need them, but if you don't understand the concept you can have it that way.
You said as far as you knew the OS had no way to signal such a mechanism. I answered that in fact it does and it has been used for decades. That as a programmer you can always choose to implement it or not has no bearing on this.
What does this have to do with the actual argument I was making? (Which is, to remind your ass, "there'd be no point to implementing the settings-sync feature since it would simply appear to be broken to the end-user until 99% of apps supported it".
That was your (badly copied and incomprehensible the way you originally put it) response to me pointing to SIGHUP. Why don't you scroll up for a change instead of talking about it all the time?
Also keep in mind we're talking about DESKTOP OSes, not people doing password cracking or whatever. You can always scroll up if you get confused.)
You serious about playing Candy Crush without a gfx driver?
I'm not pissy. I'm just pointing out your cheap rhetorical technique to remove its power.
Huh? I don't even see how talking about "we" instead of alleging it was me who did all the packaging could be used as a "rhetorical technique". What "power" do you think it had in the first place?
Directed by Colm McCarthy. With Gemma Arterton, Dominique Tipper, Glenn Close, Anamaria Marinca. A scientist and a teacher living in a dystopian future embark on a journey of survival with a special young girl named Melanie.
Although, the dream really didn't resemble that movie much at all. (The infection in that movie wasn't mobile on its own.)
Fun fact: properly designed HTML5 applications are supposed to be fully functional while offline.
TIL. The HTML5 apps I've written didn't make sense without network access.
This is not strictly true. HTML5 provides a method for offline ipuse but few apps seem to have used it. Then again, most devs don't even retry failed AJAX requests when the failure is networking related.
The publicly traded stock of the auto parts company was rallying because of an unusual case of mistaken identity.
Demonstrates the WTF of Wall Street and their computer algorithms. Basing the wealth of anything based on what people on Twitter are saying about it (and by extension 4chan, since you know they'd love to tic "sent the Dow into a roller coaster all day" on their bucket list) is bound to be disastrous.