sharepoint server – jQuery hiding column based on another column’s value

Try adding below code on your EditForm.aspx page:

$(document).ready(function() {
    if ($("select(title='Check SharePoint?')").val() != "Yes") {
        $('nobr:contains("Date SharePoint Checked")').closest('tr').hide();
    else {
        $('nobr:contains("Date SharePoint Checked")').closest('tr').show();


function runAfterPageLoads(){
    if ($("select(title='Check SharePoint?')").val() != "Yes") {
        $('nobr:contains("Date SharePoint Checked")').closest('tr').hide();
    else {
        $('nobr:contains("Date SharePoint Checked")').closest('tr').show();

If this doesn’t work then try one of the solutions given in my answer in below link:

Run Javascript after page loads

dnd 5e – Animal Companions hiding, searching, and readying an action

You’re right that there’s a middle that should not have been excluded.

We can see from your quote that if you command the beast (with some cajoling, perhaps; it does consume your action) to Attack/Dash/Disengage/Help, the animal will do so.

If you do not command the beast anything, it will Dodge.

What, then, if you command it other than Attack/Dash/Disengage/Help?

RAW: nothing special.

There’s no special rule saying what happens if you command the animal to Hide, so the usual rules are in play: the GM decides what happens.

What should the GM decide?

We can see, structurally, that the developers thought that commanding the animal to do “useful” things should take your action, so as to avoid wrecking the action economy. See many articles and guides and posts abounding on the internet regarding “summoners” in 3.Xe and 4e for many of the reasons why this was on their mind.

We also know, from many 5e player surveys and Unearthed Arcana attempts to revise Rangers, that the PHB ranger is… underwhelming.

All that’s to say: it’d be reasonable to say that you have to use your action to command the animal to take any of the standard (listed) combat actions. It’d be reasonable to say that you can freely command the other actions, as they’re not that impactful anyway. (Hiding one round to attack with advantage another round isn’t a huge difference, numerically, from just attacking twice. It may be different tactically, though….) It’d be reasonable to say “I don’t like how companions/summonees screw with spotlight time, so I’m going to ask you to kindly restrict yourself to the listed actions.”

Is Donald Trump still hiding in the White House? I thought he was a tough guy?

He’s a HUGE P. U. S. S. Y. FART.   He’s always been a huge p u s s y.  That’s why they call him BONE SPUR BOY because he was too much of a little punk B. I. T. C H to go to war so he cheated to get out of it.   He’s very scared.  The MORBIDLY OBESE CLOWN is butt hurt and whiny and holed up in the basement of the White House with a happy meal and nuggets.  

What is Trump hiding in his tax returns?

It’s widely believed to be far worse than that. 

In the early 90s, Trump had an enormous financial loss due to failed business ventures. At the time, Forbes estimated his loss at over $1 billion. Also at the time, there was a temporary loophole in federal tax law that resulted as an unforeseen effect from a recent change in federal tax law that allowed people to roll their business losses into their personal losses, claiming them on their personal income taxes with any remaining amount of loss after adjusted gross income reducing to zero then being rolled over as a loss for the next year, and so on.  

Because of when that $1 billion loss was and because of this short-lived accidental loophole that existed at the time, it’s believed that Trump rolled that more than $1 billion loss over to his individual tax return as personal loss and has been using it to reduce his adjusted gross income to zero every year since such that he hasn’t paid a single dime in income taxes in almost 30 years.

It’s not just that Trump is hiding that he’s not as rich as he claims but that he’s hiding that he’s claimed a loss for almost 30 years running and hasn’t paid any taxes at all, meaning you and I and most voters pay more taxes than Donald Trump.

postgresql – Lets you select in the view, while hiding its definition

I need to create a user in PostgreSQL with the least possible privileges. Therefore, the user would only be allowed to query specific tables and views. That user should not be allowed to obtain additional information, especially not see the view definitions. How can this be done?

dnd 5e: Can you use a Wall of Sand to blind a creature without hiding it?

Recently, I was reviewing the Wizard's spell list, and the Sand Wall spell piqued my interest:

You summon a wall of sand swirling on the ground at one point
You can see within range. You can make the wall up to 30 feet long, 10
feet tall and 10 feet thick, and disappears when the spell ends. That
blocks line of sight but not movement. A creature is blinded while in
the wall space
and you must spend 3 feet of movement for every 1 foot
moves there

Blinding is a relatively powerful condition, and applying it without storing seems very strong. However, the Sand Wall spell also blocks line of sight. If a creature is also heavily obscured by the wall, it would negate many of the benefits of applying the blinded condition. Can the Sandwall spell blind a creature without hiding it, under the Variant rule: Play on a grid?

dnd 5e – How do I handle players simply by misplacing and hiding after a bad stealth roll?

I recently faced the following situation and was very surprised by the rules:

Let's consider the following situation:
A party is in a fairly deep forest. They know that there is an enemy camp 1 mile away also located in a deep forest. A player says, "I am trying to hide."

In PHB DnD 5e explicitly stated (PHB p.177)

When you try to hide, perform a Dexterity (Stealth) check. Until they discover you or stop hiding …

He then makes a roll and suppose the end result is 4. Because the player can see the result, he can now decide what to do based on this check. Obviously, this check is low, and the player says, "I stop hiding." It is allowed according to the above quote. After that, you can try to hide again and roll again.

In this case, DM may notice that this is a metagame and is not allowed, because the character cannot know the role. In this case, even if this will prevent the character from directly rolling again, you can certainly change your initial plan. Or the player can do the following:

The character can agree with his group that he will go behind a tree, hide, and then try to find him. In this case it is explicitly mentioned in PHB p. 177 that

Until you are discovered or stop hiding, the total of that check is contested by the Wisdom (Perception) check of any creature actively seeking signs of your presence. … When you hide, there is a chance that someone will notice you, even if they are not looking. To determine if that creature notices you, the DM compares your Dexterity (Stealth) check to that creature's passive Wisdom (Perception) score.

So even if the character doesn't know the role, he can find "how well he hides" with this "test". This "test" can be performed using passive and active checks. In this case you can definitely find "how good it is hidden". If someone in your party could see it, the character is no longer hidden, because that rule above, if not, the character is most likely hidden very well (especially if there was a type of wisdom at a party that was not accidentally at Both of this activity and verification was passive, for example with a known high fixed value). So if the character was seen, it only retreats to hide until it rolls high enough to hide from the controls of its party.

So right now our hero is hiding and he has a really high role. Then he says he travels to the hidden enemy camp.

Here are PHB rules p. 182

While traveling at a slow pace. Characters can move stealthily. As long as they're not out in the open, they can try to surprise or sneak up on other creatures they find. See the rules for hiding in Chapter 7.

The rule in "Chapter 7" is the one I mentioned earlier.

Well, since our hero hides and travels at a slow pace, he reaches the enemy camp and is still hidden because "he was not discovered yet" (see quote 2 above).

After the hero says "I try to sneak away for those creatures that remain hidden" Then, since they are not expecting it, they use passive control. Since the player has already rolled high and that rolling value is used against perception checks, there is no chance that he can detect it, so it automatically (or with very high probability) succeeds. In this way you can avoid any almost guaranteed guard.

The same trick can be done with the entire group looking for each other and repeating until everyone is hidden, and therefore it can be guaranteed that surprise is guaranteed in the first round as well.

To me it looks like it is 100% correct according to the PHB rules and it also looks like extremely broken mechanics. The player does not know any other verification value before he decides what to do with this ability.

So eventually:
It seems broken that the player knows the control before deciding what to do with this control. Roll a hidden stealth control and only after that can you decide whether, for example, to sneak or attack.

Is there any workaround for these rules posted somewhere?

I believe that any verification should be done at the moment that verification is really necessary and each moment must be verified independently.

So in this case, you don't roll when you try to hide. You roll every time you can be seen, you also roll in every action you take, e. Sun. sneak through e. t. C. because all other verifications are carried out in the same way.
Again, even if you somehow prevent a group from doing that, the player will not attempt to sneak past a group of goblins when he knows in advance that his cast value is low and already determined.

P. P. S.
I've also reviewed various forums and videos and everywhere it is explicitly said that you do a check when you hide and use this unique value to compete with perception checks and stay hidden until you find or stop hiding. Also everywhere it is indicated that it can move and sneak while hidden and use that roll value against perception controls. So I am really confused.

dnd 3.5e – If I am hiding and moving at the same time, what is my total movement penalty?

15 feet. (Your speed is not reduced).

For most purposes, you might consider hiding or moving quietly to slow down, and that wouldn't affect the bottom line. However, that is not what happens. "Speed" is a character trait, as are load limits. It can carry different weights according to its load limits, and it can move different distances according to its speed. The amount you currently carry does not change your load limits, and how much you have moved does not change your speed.

As you cited, each penalty is a status-based control: if you move more than half the distance written in the "speed" box on your character sheet, you are penalized with concealment. Additionally and separately, if you move more than half the distance written in the "speed" box on your character sheet, you have a penalty for moving quietly. No text says to speed up the changes, so there is no stacking.

[ Politics ] Open-ended question: Is Sleepy Joe still hiding from the germs in his basement, or is he even aware of the Coronavirus right now from his dementia?

[Politics] Open-ended question: Is Sleepy Joe still hiding from the germs in his basement, or is he even aware of the Coronavirus at this point in his dementia?

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