webforms – Image change based on menu selection

can somebody help me fixing following issue?
In a webform module, when you choose some item from a dropdown menu (or any kind of menu), based on the selection, a small pictogram will appear next to this menu (like on the picture).

Is there a way how to easily implement this idea to the webform module?

Thank you for your help.

my idea illustrated bellow:

my idea illustrated on the picture

How to change how notifications appear in telegram?

I am not sure that this is the right place to ask this question, but I have encountered a problem: after I receive a few messages, the following ones start to appear as “10 messages from 5 chats”. I don’t care how much messages I have. I just want to see the last one. How can one achieve that? There seems to be no setting in the app to change that. I think this may be because of the OxygenOs, but the phone’s settings seem to not have such an option either.

I am using android 10.3.4

permissions – How to change the modified date of a file without root?


You can simply touch the file or provide any time and date in past or future:

~$ touch /sdcard/test_file
~# debugfs -R 'stat media/0/test_file' /dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/userdata | grep crtime:
crtime: 0x5c926e0d:2d61b810 -- Wed Mar 20 21:45:01 2019
~$ touch -d '2009-2-13 14:32:55' /sdcard/test_file
~$ stat /sdcard/test_file
Access: 2009-02-13 14:32:55.000000000 +0000
Modify: 2009-02-13 14:32:55.000000000 +0000
Change: 2019-03-20 21:45:38.067021025 +0000
 Birth: -

Some file explorers like MiXplorer also have options to change Modified Time.
You don’t need super user privileges to change mtime. Only the file should be writeable by your user ID (app in case of Android).


touch uses utimensat to update time of access (atime) and modification (mtime) provided that filesystem supports the timestamps be saved in inode along with file’s data.

Birth/creation time (btime/crtime) – a part of extended file status which requires at least 256bytes inode size – is not standardized, thus rarely supported by filesystems. In above commands debugfs is used with root privileges to get creation time of file on ext4 because some stat binaries aren’t updated to use statx yet (requires at least Linux Kernel 4.11), so btime is empty.

Both btime and change time (ctime; inode/metadata modification time) are supposed to be handled by system, not simply changeable by user.

Since Android is based on Linux, it inherits the concept of inode and timestamps from UNIX world. Common Linux filesystems like ext4 and f2fs support timestamps, including the emulated filesystems used by Android on SD cards. Other OS and filesystems have similar concept with slightly different terminologies. E.g. on Windows’ NTFS, MFTEntry Modified time is very identical to UNIX’s ctime.

How can I change it so that I can make a partial inventory transfer between sources?

I’m setting up Magento 2.4 for a client and super excited about the new multiple source inventory management but it only allows for transferring all inventory between sources and not partial. Is there an extension that will do this for me or will have to create my own? Also is there an extension that will allow a scannable stock take?


terminal – How to automatically change iTerms tab title to that of currently open file?

My goal is that when I open a file in the Terminal (regardless of editor, FWIW I use Micro) to automatically show the filename in the tab title and when I exit/quit the editor revert the tab title back to what is was. How do I acheieve this?

Note: I am aware this easy enough with Neovim but thats not what I use, I almost exclusively use Micro editor and rarely Nano.

change time format from mm/dd/yyyy to dd/mm/yyyy

how to change my system date format from mm/dd/yyyy to dd/mm/yyyy?

phone date at statusbar

it was dd/mm/yyyy when i bought my device

difficulty – I need help on how to change the disk to run my bitcoin core wallet

Long time ago I transferred my wallet on My Passport an external hard disk. I have not opened bitcoin core for over 8 months. I opened it 2 days ago, the dialog box opened, which normally doesn’t and I was asked to choose where to open bitcoin core. I chose the external disk.Something went wrong. Finally I understood that there was a problem with the disk and it was not mounting on my macbook pro. I fixed that problem. However bitcoin core continues to open at the default file on my mac which is empty. My wallet shows no transactions and it is updating since 11 years back.
I need to be able to open the dialog box at start of bitcoin core to choose again the correct disk but I don’t know how to do that. My knowledge is very limited

dnd 5e – Change Shape: what happens if you try to meld an item containing a creature?

So fun question that came up in another one of my games.

A player (me) is currently an adult gold dragon via True Polymorph; duration is currently “until dispelled”.

The Change Shape ability says that items being worn/carried can be chosen to meld into the new form. Now if I am carrying a coffin with a living creature in it, what happens to the creature if I try and meld the coffin into me?

The creature in question is alive but is in no way concious or able to object in anyway.

A ruling in the case of a normal coffin and another with a magically closed coffin would be greatly appreciated.