The new core_version_requirement key in *.info.yml files for modules, themes, and profiles now supports semantic versioning as implemented by the Composer project. This allows modules, themes, and profiles to also specify that they are compatible with multiple major versions of Drupal core.
Webview can use CSS to change their appearance based on VS Code's current theme. VS Code groups themes into three categories, and adds a special class to the body element to indicate the current theme:
When developing a webview application, make sure that it works for the three types of themes. And always test your webview in high-contrast mode to make sure it will be usable by people with visual disabilities.
Webviews can also access VS Code theme colors using CSS variables. These variable names are prefixed with vscode and replace the . with -. For example editor.foreground becomes var(--vscode-editor-foreground):
Finally, for special cases where you need to write CSS that targets a single theme, the body element of webviews has a data attribute called vscode-theme-id that stores the ID of the currently active theme. This lets you write theme-specific CSS for webviews:
Theme Tags have various functions including: outputting template-specific HTML markup, telling the theme which layout and snippets to use, and splitting a returned array into multiple pages. Learn more
Renders a snippet from the snippets folder of a theme. When a snippet is rendered, the code inside it does not have access to the variables assigned within its parent template. Similarly, variables assigned within the snippet can't be accessed by the code outside of the snippet. This encapsulation increases performance and helps make theme code easier to understand and maintain. Learn more
The content_for_layout object contains the content of the dynamically generated sections such as collection.liquid or cart.liquid. It is required in theme.liquid and must be placed inside the HTML tag. Learn more
The recommendations object provides product recommendations that are related to a given product, based on data from sales, product descriptions, and relations between products and collections. Product recommendations become more accurate over time as new orders and product data become available. The recommendations object can be used and accessed from any file in your theme. Learn more
Returns true if the recommendations object is referenced inside a theme section that is rendered via /recommendations/products?section_id=&product_id= with valid parameters: product_id: id of the section where the recommendations object is being used (required) section_id:id of the product you want to show recommended products foryes (required) limit: Limits number of results, up to a maximum of tenno Learn more
On February 18, 2013, a job listing was posted by Kojima Productions to look for new recruits at the GDC Career Pavilion from March 25-27 for the new Metal Gear Solid title. Several days later, Kojima told Videogamer that the video game medium had not matured over the years, and that although he had tried introduce mature themes in previous Metal Gear games, there was still a long way to go, and as such, he wanted to target many taboos and mature themes in Ground Zeroes. He expressed his concern that he might not have been able to release the game, or that it would sell poorly due to these themes. Kojima said that his creative side meant that he was not prioritizing sales.
European pre-order bonuses are a free download code for the full game of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition. This is available to digital pre-ordering only. The North American equivalent pre-order bonus is a Ground Zeroes theme for the PS3.
On March 1, 2010 (UTC), many of the original PlayStation 3 models worldwide were experiencing errors related to their internal system clock. The error had many symptoms. Initially, the main problem seemed to be the inability to connect to the PlayStation Network. However, the root cause of the problem was unrelated to the PlayStation Network, since even users who had never been online also had problems playing installed offline games (which queried the system timer as part of startup) and using system themes. At the same time, many users noted that the console's clock had gone back to December 31, 1999. The event was nicknamed the ApocalyPS3, a play on the word apocalypse and PS3, the abbreviation for the PlayStation 3 console.
The error code displayed was typically 8001050F and affected users were unable to sign in, play games, use dynamic themes, and view/sync trophies. The problem only resided within the first- through third-generation original PS3 units while the newer "Slim" models were unaffected because of different internal hardware for the clock.
The PlayStation Store is an online virtual market available to users of Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) and PlayStation Portable (PSP) game consoles via the PlayStation Network. The Store offers a range of downloadable content both for purchase and available free of charge. Available content includes full games, add-on content, playable demos, themes and game and movie trailers. The service is accessible through an icon on the XMB on PS3 and PSP. The PS3 store can also be accessed on PSP via a Remote Play connection to PS3. The PSP store is also available via the PC application, Media Go. As of September 24, 2009[update], there have been over 600 million downloads from the PlayStation Store worldwide.
P3T (Playstation 3 Theme) is a container. Themes can be created by Sony's official PlayStation 3 theme creator software or by theme compilers from third-party developers. PlayStation 3 themes are able to store images and sounds to customize the XMB. There is a basic introduction to themes in the official: Theme Settings manual
With the program there is a sample theme ready to compile, you can separate the program folder and the sample folder to any path in your pc, and compile the sample theme just by "drag-and-drop" the simple.xml over ps3compiler.exe (or create a "direct access icon" in the desktop to the program and drag-and-drop .xml files over it). The compiled theme .pt3 is created in the same folder of the source .xml + lot of .gim files (this .gim files are generated in the conversion from .png--->.gim as a previous step before compiling, after compilation the .gim files are not erased)
This color selection affect themes in two different ways, one is a color filter applyed to several parts of the XMB like side menu or default icons (this effect over the icons is only visible when the theme doesnt have icons), and the other are background images in the same color (only visibles when the theme doesnt have a background)
If the theme contains one or several backgrounds, the original backgrounds for months are not displayed, only the "color filter" value is applyed (e.g. in side menu when pressing triangle over an icon)
icon_default_h (default icon for horizontal row) and icon_default_v (default icon for vertical columns) are displayed in XMB when the theme doesnt have newest icons required by the firmware. E.g: when installing a theme made in 2008 in a firmware released in 2013
Every time the PS3 boots or every time the theme is applyed, the system time is readed (seconds) the number of backgrounds is counted starting from top of the list and one of them is selected based in the number of seconds in ps3 time. E.g. if the theme contains 24 images and is applyed at time 23:58:00 the first background is displayed, if the theme is applyed at 23:58:23 the last background is displayed, after the last background it loops to the first background of the list e.g: if the theme is applyed at 23:58:24 the first background is displayed
When using combinations of background linked to time (using "days" or "daytime") is important to take care of the "collisions", this happens when 2 different background "wants" to be displayed at the same time (e.g: when using backgrounds linked to time and 2 backgrounds matches with the time). Collisions are not a problem when used on purpose and can give some interesting results (xmb doesnt crashes and the theme keeps working as normal). When a collision happens the first background matching the time is used
The negative prefix in utilites like -mx-4 is a first class feature in Tailwind now, rather than something driven by your theme, so you can add - in front of any utility that support negative values and it will just work.
With over 100 built-in and extended graph types and point-and-click customization of all elements, Origin makes it easy to create and customize publication-quality graphs. You can add additional axes and panels, add, remove plots, etc. to suit your needs. Batch plot new graphs with similar data structure, or save the customized graph as graph template or save customized elements as graph themes for future use.
Automatic and manual options to find and add peaksMethods include Local Maximum, Window Search, Residuals, and 1st/2nd Derivative to locate hidden peaksLoad peaks from predefined data list or themeSmooth data or derivative to locate peaks in noisy dataFilter peaks by threshold or number of peaksFind positive and/or negative peaksAdd, modify or remove peaks interactivelyLabel peaks using x, y, or row index of peak location in data
There are several options for batch peak analysis of multiple datasets in Origin:Use integration and peak gadgets to analyze multiple curves in a graph within or across layersUse a predefined peak analysis theme to analyze multiple datasets or filesOutput a custom report table with peak parameters from each dataset or file 2b1af7f3a8