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The Start, DownloadBundle, Install, and End events in the deployment cannot be scripted, which is why they appear in gray in this diagram. However, you can edit the 'files' section of the AppSpec file to specify what's installed during the Install event.




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The Start, DownloadBundle, Install, BlockTraffic, AllowTraffic, and End events in the deployment cannot be scripted, which is why they appear in gray in this diagram. However, you can edit the 'files' section of the AppSpec file to specify what's installed during the Install event.


Why the download was interrupted. Several kinds of HTTP errors may be grouped under one of the errors beginning with SERVER_. Errors relating to the network begin with NETWORK_, errors relating to the process of writing the file to the file system begin with FILE_, and interruptions initiated by the user begin with USER_.


Whether the downloaded file still exists. This information may be out of date because Chrome does not automatically watch for file removal. Call search() in order to trigger the check for file existence. When the existence check completes, if the file has been deleted, then an onChanged event will fire. Note that search() does not wait for the existence check to finish before returning, so results from search() may not accurately reflect the file system. Also, search() may be called as often as necessary, but will not check for file existence any more frequently than once every 10 seconds.


A file path relative to the Downloads directory to contain the downloaded file, possibly containing subdirectories. Absolute paths, empty paths, and paths containing back-references ".." will cause an error. onDeterminingFilename allows suggesting a filename after the file's MIME type and a tentative filename have been determined.


Prompt the user to accept a dangerous download. Can only be called from a visible context (tab, window, or page/browser action popup). Does not automatically accept dangerous downloads. If the download is accepted, then an onChanged event will fire, otherwise nothing will happen. When all the data is fetched into a temporary file and either the download is not dangerous or the danger has been accepted, then the temporary file is renamed to the target filename, the state changes to 'complete', and onChanged fires.


Download a URL. If the URL uses the HTTP[S] protocol, then the request will include all cookies currently set for its hostname. If both filename and saveAs are specified, then the Save As dialog will be displayed, pre-populated with the specified filename. If the download started successfully, callback will be called with the new DownloadItem's downloadId. If there was an error starting the download, then callback will be called with downloadId=undefined and runtime.lastError will contain a descriptive string. The error strings are not guaranteed to remain backwards compatible between releases. Extensions must not parse it.


Retrieve an icon for the specified download. For new downloads, file icons are available after the onCreated event has been received. The image returned by this function while a download is in progress may be different from the image returned after the download is complete. Icon retrieval is done by querying the underlying operating system or toolkit depending on the platform. The icon that is returned will therefore depend on a number of factors including state of the download, platform, registered file types and visual theme. If a file icon cannot be determined, runtime.lastError will contain an error message.


Open the downloaded file now if the DownloadItem is complete; otherwise returns an error through runtime.lastError. Requires the "downloads.open" permission in addition to the "downloads" permission. An onChanged event will fire when the item is opened for the first time.


Enable or disable the gray shelf at the bottom of every window associated with the current browser profile. The shelf will be disabled as long as at least one extension has disabled it. Enabling the shelf while at least one other extension has disabled it will return an error through runtime.lastError. Requires the "downloads.shelf" permission in addition to the "downloads" permission.


Change the download UI of every window associated with the current browser profile. As long as at least one extension has set UiOptions.enabled to false, the download UI will be hidden. Setting UiOptions.enabled to true while at least one other extension has disabled it will return an error through runtime.lastError. Requires the "downloads.ui" permission in addition to the "downloads" permission.


During the filename determination process, extensions will be given the opportunity to override the target DownloadItem.filename. Each extension may not register more than one listener for this event. Each listener must call suggest exactly once, either synchronously or asynchronously. If the listener calls suggest asynchronously, then it must return true. If the listener neither calls suggest synchronously nor returns true, then suggest will be called automatically. The DownloadItem will not complete until all listeners have called suggest. Listeners may call suggest without any arguments in order to allow the download to use downloadItem.filename for its filename, or pass a suggestion object to suggest in order to override the target filename. If more than one extension overrides the filename, then the last extension installed whose listener passes a suggestion object to suggest wins. In order to avoid confusion regarding which extension will win, users should not install extensions that may conflict. If the download is initiated by download and the target filename is known before the MIME type and tentative filename have been determined, pass filename to download instead.


You can also set excerpt to a function. This function uses the 'file' and 'options' that were initially passed to gray-matter as parameters, so you can control how the excerpt is extracted from the content.


You can use fastlane run validate_play_store_json_key json_key:/path/to/your/downloaded/file.json to test the connection to Google Play Store with the downloaded private key. Once that works, add the path to the JSON file to your Appfile:


IMPROVEMENT: Stop Actions (for multiple choice fields) and Video Display Format settings (for Descriptive Text fields with videos) are now included in Instrument Zip files when downloading or uploading them for an instrument in the Online Designer. In previous versions, stop actions were not included, and while the video URL was included, the setting that defines if the video is displayed inline or not was not included.


This also gave rise to a new class of BBS systems, dedicated solely to file upload and downloads. These systems charged for access, typically a flat monthly fee, compared to the per-hour fees charged by Event Horizons BBS and most online services. Many third-party services were developed to support these systems, offering simple credit card merchant account gateways for the payment of monthly fees, and entire file libraries on compact disk that made initial setup very easy. Early 1990s editions of Boardwatch were filled with ads for single-click install solutions dedicated to these new sysops. While this gave the market a bad reputation, it also led to its greatest success. During the early 1990s, there were a number of mid-sized software companies dedicated to BBS software, and the number of BBSes in service reached its peak.


These developments together resulted in the sudden obsolescence of bulletin board technology in 1995 and the collapse of its supporting market. Technically, Internet service offered an enormous advantage over BBS systems, as a single connection to the user's Internet service provider allowed them to contact services around the world. In comparison, BBS systems relied on a direct point-to-point connection, so even dialing multiple local systems required multiple phone calls. Moreover, Internet protocols allowed that same single connection to be used to contact multiple services at the same time; for example, downloading files from an FTP library while checking the weather on a local news website. In comparison, a connection to a BBS allowed access only to the information on that system.


In the early days, the file download library consisted of files that the system operators obtained themselves from other BBSes and friends. Many BBSes inspected every file uploaded to their public file download library to ensure that the material did not violate copyright law. As time went on, shareware CD-ROMs were sold with up to thousands of files on each CD-ROM. Small BBSes copied each file individually to their hard drive. Some systems used a CD-ROM drive to make the files available. Advanced BBSes used Multiple CD-ROM disc changer units that switched 6 CD-ROM disks on demand for the caller(s). Large systems used all 26 DOS drive letters with multi-disk changers housing tens of thousands of copyright-free shareware or freeware files available to all callers. These BBSes were generally more family-friendly, avoiding the seedier side of BBSes. Access to these systems varied from single to multiple modem lines with some requiring little or no confirmed registration.


Some BBSes, called elite, WaReZ or pirate boards, were exclusively used for distributing cracked software, phreaking, and other questionable or unlawful content. These BBSes often had multiple modems and phone lines, allowing several users to upload and download files at once. Most elite BBSes used some form of new user verification, where new users would have to apply for membership and attempt to prove that they were not a law enforcement officer or a lamer. The largest elite boards accepted users by invitation only. Elite boards also spawned their own subculture and gave rise to the slang known today as leetspeak. 041b061a72


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