binance – Sent old ERC-20 THETA tokens to mainnet wallets

I recently sent my old Theta token to Binance as well as the Theta Wallet online (wallet.thetatoken.org), and have yet to see a balance in either wallet despite confirmations. I realize now that I sent the old tokens that hadn’t been swapped to mainnet wallets. Is there any hope of recovering my old tokens and swapping them for mainnet THETA and TFUEL?

Custom tokens breaking on upgrade to Drupal 9

I’m getting a crash on node save when my node contains a custom token. I’m using the Token Filter module to display tokens in node content.

To make the tokens I followed this tutorial, which is similar to the Token documentation.

Now, with Drupal 8.8, when I save a new node that contains one of my custom tokens, I get a WSOD with this error:

DrupalCoreEntityEntityStorageException: The “node” entity cannot
have a URI as it does not have an ID in
DrupalCoreEntitySqlSqlContentEntityStorage->save() (line 846 of
core/lib/Drupal/Core/Entity/Sql/SqlContentEntityStorage.php).

But the real error appears to be from token:

DrupalCoreUtilityToken->generate('ebook', Array, Array, Array, Object) (Line: 196)
DrupalCoreUtilityToken->replace('
Test (ebook:custom-type) 2

', Array, Array, Object) (Line: 130)
Drupaltoken_filterPluginFilterTokenFilter->process('
Test (ebook:custom-type) 2

', 'ja') (Line: 118)
DrupalfilterElementProcessedText::preRenderText(Array)
call_user_func_array(Array, Array) (Line: 100)
DrupalCoreRenderRenderer->doTrustedCallback(Array, Array, 'Render #pre_render callbacks must be methods of a class that implements DrupalCoreSecurityTrustedCallbackInterface or be an anonymous function. The callback was %s. Support for this callback implementation is deprecated in 8.8.0 and will be removed in Drupal 9.0.0. See https://www.drupal.org/node/2966725', 'silenced_deprecation', 'DrupalCoreRenderElementRenderCallbackInterface') (Line: 781)
DrupalCoreRenderRenderer->doCallback('#pre_render', Array, Array) (Line: 372)

Weirdly, if I remove the token from the body field when I save the node, the node saves properly– and then I can edit the node and add the token back in without any error. The error only occurs when the node is saved and it has a token in it.

Drupal tokens like (site:name) work fine; it’s just my custom token that causes an error.

Here’s the relevant code:

/**
 * Implements hook_token_info().
 */
function MYMODULE_token_info() {

  $ebook_type = (
    'name' => t('Custom Tokens'),
    'description' => t('Tokens to make upgrading to D9 harder.'),
  );

  $ebook('custom-type') = (
    'name' => t("Custom type"),
    'description' => t('Apples or oranges'),
  );

  return (
    'types' => ('ebook' => $ebook_type),
    'tokens' => ('ebook' => $ebook),
  );

}

/**
 * Implements hook_tokens().
 */
function MYMODULE_tokens($type, $tokens, array $data, array $options, DrupalCoreRenderBubbleableMetadata $bubbleable_metadata) {

  $replacements = ();

  if ($type == 'ebook' && !empty($data('node'))) {
    foreach ($tokens as $name => $original) {
      switch ($name) {
        case 'custom-type':
          $replacements($original) = MYMODULE_token_set_custom_type($data('node'));
          break;
      }
    }
  return $replacements;
}

function MYMODULE_token_set_custom_type($node) {
  $alias = $node->toURL()->toString();
  preg_match('(/.*/)', $alias, $matches);
  if ($matches(0) == '/apples/') {
    return "Apples";
  }
  else {
    return "Oranges";
  }
}

How do I resolve this?

8 – CKEditor strips all inline CSS and some tokens

I’m trying to add a color and font size to some text using the CKEditor. As soon as I save it these are stripped out.
I’ve also noticed some tokens are stripped down when certain settings are enabled.

I went to add a bit of text in a different font and color but when I saved it and viewed the text the spans were stripped of their “style” tag.
I went to config/content/formats/manage and enabled Limit allowed HTML and added span to the list like so :

<a hreflang href> <em> <strong> <cite> <blockquote cite> <code> <ul type> <ol type start> <li> 
<dl> <dt> <dd> <h2 id> <h3 id> <h4 id> <h5 id> <h6 id> <img src alt data-entity-type data-entity-uuid> 
<u> <s> <p> <h1> <pre> <table> <caption> <tbody> <thead> <tfoot> <th> <td> <tr> <span style>

After saving this all the attributes inside of span are still stripped. I also noticed that many of the tokens I was using (such as site:url) are broken and only half of it remains.

I went back and disabled the Limit allowed HTML option and then when I saved the text the styles and token would save properly.
When viewing the text in an email, the tokens had worked just fine but the span had it’s css striped.

I’ve tried looking for an answer but most are saying I need to enable and add the span to the limit html option but this definitely does not work for me.

There is also Correct faulty HTML enabled, would that be a problem for this?
How can I enable in line styling with the CKEditor?

usability: what is the difference between pills, chips and labels / tokens?

Chips They are used to represent complex entities in small blocks, such as contact details. This can contain entities like photo, text, icon, etc.
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There is only one difference in representation between the pills or the chips, otherwise both can be used for the same purpose and yes the "labels" is data that is contained in the chips or pills, not in the user interface.

privacy – anonymity of Bluetooth tokens

In the context of contact tracking, I have a privacy question.

I have read some (and "few" is already a bad thing) articles on Bluetooth contact tracking, especially in the context of the Sars-Cov2 pandemic. There are huge privacy concerns in contact tracking.

One solution proposed by the researchers is to use "changing" device identifiers to prevent authorities from tracking an individual's location history by using beacons in public places or analyzing traces of other devices. The issue is particularly hot in the European Union.

The only question here: Regardless of the randomization of the device ID transmitted via Bluetooth, is it already Is it possible to listen to Bluetooth MAC addresses to identify a single device?

Example scenario: In a world where smartphone owners are encouraged to use a legitimate government-driven app (government is supposed to be democratic), a rogue provider with a high market rate can push an app Malicious Bleutooth on their consumers' phones (a big base user who just clicks "accept" anything). The malicious application continually searches for Bluetooth MAC identifiers to report home. Addresses are potentially geo-referenced. Decasonimylation may occur.

Until now, I've always learned to keep my Bluetooth invisible when I don't need it and possibly turned it off to save battery power.

A contact tracking scheme across the country or continent could be a good excuse to keep Bluetooth enabled and available for scanning.

The question is: What am i wrong

dnd 5e – How many tokens does a creature larger than the median move?

Movement speed has no scale or multiplier based on size

Movement does not scale based on size / space – no matter how large the creature is, if it has a movement speed of 30 feet, it can only travel up to 30 feet (six squares on the standard grid scale), so For example, if you were traveling in a straight line, the front would be 30 feet from where it started.

If it helps you, imagine that the part that really moves is the center of the creature's space. The path taken by that center point must fit into the creature's 30-foot movement speed, and you can pass the center point (either the intersection of the grid lines for a uniformly-sized space or the center square for one of odd size) surrounds the grid like it's a normal medium-sized creature to calculate how far it can move (keeping in mind, of course, that the creature's actual size must fit through the path it takes)

authorization: use of the OAuth SPA application to provide third parties with access tokens

Let's say you had a centralized OAuth 2 authentication server, a single page application (SPA) in an electronic application, and a third-party server. The user starts this SPA, goes through the PKCE flow to get an access and update token, and is now authenticated. The SPA can now access and modify information on the authentication server.

Then, let's say that this SPA wanted to access a third-party API, which performs some function; in my case it provides authenticated downloads to a client. That third-party API can already authenticate a user through the normal OAuth flow, causing a user to access the page, redirect the user to the authentication server, and then send the user back with an access code, which the API third-party exchanges for symbolic access. But instead, what happens if I want this SPA to access the third-party service? The SPA is not "connected" to the authentication server as it is only an OAuth client, and the user cannot simply go to the URL of the authentication server to follow the flow of the standard authorization code. What would be the process to generate an access token for this third-party API to allow access to the authentication server on behalf of the user, retrieving or modifying information about the user?

Thanks in advance!

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