google sheets: the IFTTT trigger is not activated unless you click "Check now"

I have created an applet to add Google Calendar events to Google Sheets. It is not activated when I create a new event (I left it for hours), it will only be activated when I click "Check now" in the applet, which obviously overrides the IFTTT utility.

Has anyone had similar problems with Google Calendar or IFTTT applets in general, or know any solution?

How to execute a function when you double click on an item in a list in Tkinter

How to execute a function when you double click on an item in a list in Tkinter. Thank you.

macbook pro: secondary click does not close

For a few days now, my secondary click has been activated in my macbook pro in mid-2012 (High Sierra) at random. Probably every five seconds or so. It is infuriating. I did a PRAM reboot and completely deactivated my secondary click in the system preferences. There is no luck yet. I can't find any similar scenario online, but I think it's unlikely, so maybe I'm just using the wrong search terms? Any ideas / suggestions greatly appreciated.

Why does the cursor on my Macbook Pro 10.13.6 not respond when I click?

The cursor on my MacBook Pro does not respond when clicked. The cursor appears on the screen and I can double click, so I think it's a software problem. When I try to restart, it works for a minute but then stops working.

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18.04 – The left click sometimes activates the right click

I just installed Ubuntu 18.04.3 along with Windows 10. This problem with the touchpad is very frustrating. I have tried Software Updater but the problem persists.

EDIT:
Linux "username" 5.0.0-37-generic # 40 ~ 18.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thu November 14 12:06:39 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU / Linux

Windows 10: double click on an ics file to add to my Google calendar?

A decade has passed since this question was raised here and the answers there have been outdated for almost as long.

There is absolutely no reason why it is difficult to configure double-clicking on an ics file in Windows 10 to automatically add an event to the Google calendar.

So what is the current solution?

roll20 – How can I have a token with a macro when I click?

I would like to add a token (legend button) to the general description of the world, which allows you to click on another token and show a description of the place.

So far I have created a token (A), which has a token macro (as a character sheet ability):

&{template:default} {{name=@{target|Select a Location|token_name}}}
{{@{target|Select a Location|bar1} (Click Here To Learn
More)(@{target|Select a Location|bar1|max})}}

On the map I have tokens (B) with the link to a brochure in bar1_max.

This allows players to click on the B token (which has no control) and display a text in the chat, which when clicking shows a brochure.

My current token works as follows: click on LegendButton (token A), click on the token action (in the token macro bar), click on the location (token B), click on the link in the chat window and the right arrow; Open brochure with description of the location.

Questions:

  • I can have the same, but when I click on token B to show the Brochure (the link is no longer shown in the chat and I have to do this additional click)?
  • Can I have token A to activate a macro in Click, so that players do not have to select the token and then click on the macrobar action (I am not a paid customer in roll20)?

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roll20 – Token with macro on click

I would like to add a token (legend button) to the general description of the world, which allows you to click on another token and show a description of the place.

So far I have created a token (A), which has a token macro (as a character sheet ability):

& {template: default} {{name = @ {target | Select a location | token_name}}}
{{@ {target | Select a location | bar1} (Click here for information
More) (@ {target | Select a location | bar1 | max})}}

On the map I have tokens (B) with the link to a booklet in bar1_max.

This allows players to click on the B token (which has no control) and display a text in the chat, which when clicking shows a brochure.

My current token works as follows: click on LegendButton (token A), click on the token action (in the token macro bar), click on the location (token B), click on the link in the chat window => open the brochure with the description of the location.

Questions:

  • I can have the same, but when I click on token B to show the Brochure (the link is no longer shown in the chat and I have to do this additional click)?
  • Can I have token A to activate a macro in Click, so that players do not have to select the token and then click on the macrobar action (I am not a paid customer in roll20)?