visual studio – Unity Text Mesh Pro can not get referenced in VSCode

I am using Text Mesh Pro in my Unity 2019.3.4f. The TMP works fine in unity, but in the code editor, Visual Studio Code, the TMP related things are marked with red wave underline, which means the VSCode could not get the reference of TMP.

In my csproj file, the TMP reference exists, here are some related codes:

<ProjectReference Include="Unity.TextMeshPro.csproj">
  <Project>{e8ae9ed6-ed86-3de7-e777-7e6794b003b2}</Project>
<Name>Unity.TextMeshPro</Name>

ProjectReference Include="Unity.TextMeshPro.Editor.csproj">
  <Project>{af8771c0-66d3-f01a-48b5-78951bce8a23}</Project>
<Name>Unity.TextMeshPro.Editor</Name>

My TMP works fine in every aspects, but there are code warnings in the VScode, “could not fine the namespace of TMPro”. Is there anyone know how to fix it?

javascript – Can I alter the block editor’s paste text behavior?

In the sample editor, create a paragraph with just Hello world, copy it and–while still selected–paste over it. You get the expected pasted text.

But if there’s a leading word with a colon (Hello: world) then pasting puts the entire text into 1 link. I don’t think I’ve seen this auto-linking in any other WYSIWYG editor, but I don’t know that it’s a bug.

Is this a feature that can be disabled?

What is the low, medium, and good range of text to HTML ratio on webpage?

If I am creating or maintaining a website so for the SEO or page experience point of view:

  1. What memory size of text will be comparable to HTML code (for example: text should be 52kb and HTML should be 100kb or vice versa)
  2. Or how much characters will be measurable low, medium, and good compare to HTML code (for example: text should be 250 words and HTML code should be 500 words or vice versa)

text – What’s the deal with Windows 8 elements with ALL CAPS?

Caps are an effective way of introducing visual hierarchy without increasing point size or using bold. All-caps can make small text seem more important or conceptually higher in the hierarchy than larger text.

Metro, being highly typographic, requires designers have a significant degree of freedom to express visual hierarchy without resorting to colour or other factors older, more conventional design languages might use, so text case (all-caps, all-lowercase and sentence/title case) becomes one of the most useful, flexible tools in its arsenal.

In Metro (at least in Windows Phone 7), all-caps text is used for text that is higher in the logical hierarchy but less important in the context of a given activity (things like the app’s name which is important and logically the “parent” of all the screens inside the app, but itself as useful to the user while they’re using the app as the screen names). For example, here’s Evernote for WP7:

A screenshot of Evernote for Windows Phone

Image taken from theappnews.com

…and here’s the way it’s used in the Windows Phone Marketplace app:

Windows Phone Marketplace app showing the Podcasts download interface

Image taken from PCMag.com

What is the low, medium, and good range of text to HTML ration on webpage?

If I am creating or maintaining a website so for the SEO or page experience point of view:

  1. What memory size of text will be comparable to HTML code (for example: text should be 52kb and HTML should be 100kb or vice versa)
  2. Or how much characters will be measurable low, medium, and good compare to HTML code (for example: text should be 250 words and HTML code should be 500 words or vice versa)

seo – Looking for suggestion to add Text based link (not clickable) to other high ranking sites

I am working on a research with Text based SEO. Let me create a scenario so that you’ll understand what I am trying to achieve and hopefully be able to share your idea.

Say I am looking bring traffic to my website (example.com) which has a keyword of Manufacturing Textile Manufacturing In China. I don’t want people to click on some site with my link and redirected to my site.

However, when people search for Manufacturing Textile in China, it will show results with multiple sites which has the {keyword-text} - ({website}) - {optional text} as their title, either on their search pages or other pages with short description. See the screenshot just for the example.

Shortlink Example

I have heard people using term Shortlink for this technique, but wanted to know more about how this is done, and what tools can be used.

samsung – Some conversations not appearing when I switched to different text messaging app

I have a Galaxy with the default Samsung “messages” app. I recently installed from the Play Store Google’s “messages” app (both Google and Samsung call their app the same name). Most conversations are there but at least one is not. I’ve tried restarting my phone. The conversation appears in the old app but now the new one. Any idea how to fix?

Where exactly are text messages stored, am I correct they are not bound to the actual messaging app?

How to remove text from the body field in views and leave only <img> tag?

Good evening, i have articles that contain texts and images, i would like to know if there is any way in views to strip or remove the text from body field leaving just the img tag, i don´t want to use image field module.

Can we add emojis to a enhanced rich text column inside a sharepoint online site

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