Do you ever get a weird “-” in a Drupal entityform you can’t get rid of when you add an Entity Reference field using a Mode of Views: filter by an entity reference view?
You can get rid of it by:
- Go to your entity reference view.
- Under Format, click on Settings for Inline Fields.
- Under “Provide default field wrapper elements”, delete the “-“.
- Save your View.
ALERT! ALERT! You can’t just uncheck the “Provide default field wrapper elements”. You need to delete the dash for it to be gone.
If have ever wanted to play around on the first ever Apple computer, there is an emulator for one. Lots of cool oooooold school games.
Here is the list of new emojis that are coming out this year. There are a bunch I know I will be using for sure…mind blown face, I Love You in sign language, sandwich, fortune cookie, ufo, aaaaaaand CRICKET!
Google punishes websites for not being responsive. I am getting a horizontal scroll bar when I resize the window on youtube.com in Safari.
This gif of someone sealing envelopes almost makes me want to start writing letters to people. Maybe emails need some sort of wax seal component. You’d get to design your own seal, poor on the fake wax, and click & hold to press the seal in. The receiver would get the satisfaction of cracking the seal.
My friend dropped me off from a show. When I got to my desk, I didn’t have my phone.
Logged in to my account on iCloud.com and saw that it was somewhere close with Find iPhone. I remembered my Apple Watch can ping my phone to find it so I started pinging.
There was no sound indoors so I slowly made my way outside. When I got outside, I could suddenly hear the phone ringing as I pinged it. It took 5 minutes of pinging in the dark but I found my phone in a pile of leaves where I got out of the car.
Find iPhone and my watch just saved me hundreds of dollars.
Simple before difficult…I need to make a poster of this or something. Hang it above my desk.
I nearly had a panic attack when a hard drive of mine was making weird clicking noises. There was a few minutes of panic thinking I was going to lose a ton of music.
Turns out it was just a faulty cable.
I need to remember to check the simple things, like cables, before I go into panic mode and make things difficult.