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The Python programming language

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Hands-on labs for PyCon 2018

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Exemplary real world application built with Angular 1.5 + ES6

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issue openedmicrosoft/WinDev

Windows 10 Updates information is broken and not reliable

A couple of months ago, the Windows 10, version 1511 update history page moved to a new format and became broken. Some items are sometimes duplicate and some items are missing. For example, the KB4093109 update is not available, which is a big problem for me!

If you visit this page: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/april-10-2018-kb4093109-os-build-10586-1540-a8ebe9db-7bf8-6876-4f9d-7abd7e9e91b3 You can find update KB4093109, but the sidebar is not shown and there's a JavaScript error on the page in the dev tools. https://i.imgur.com/3bZDq7K.png

Starting from today, all of the pages for all Windows 10 versions moved to the "modern" style. All of them are buggy! For example, here KB4343885 is listed twice. And I don't know what's missing.

Please fix this, it's very important for me. At the very least provide some text file with up-to-date information.

I don't know if that's the best place for this request. I tried the page feedback and the Microsoft forums about two weeks ago. Nothing happened. Please help me.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Sometimes Alt + Tab switches to the wrong window (since KB4571744, 19042.487)

All: As per the Windows 10 Build 19042.782 (20H2) to Beta and Release Preview release notes:

  • We fixed an issue that might cause the Alt+Tab order to change unexpectedly and cause you to switch to the wrong window.

Those of you who are on the Beta and Pre Release channel builds will see this fix after you've updated to 19042.782. A GA update will follow in due course when quality is confirmed.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

GetAppAndOptionalStorePackageUpdatesAsync Still Broken

New link: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ao1w0BAbHaQfgeX8dZoCQCAteDe-iik Also, @mjfusa may have been able to reproduce this as well.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

GetAppAndOptionalStorePackageUpdatesAsync Still Broken

Hey folks, I'd like to introduce @vivianhan72 who works on the team that owns these APIs. I believe the onedrive link to the logs expired so if you folks @myokeeh and @Panda-Sharp could re-capture the wscollect logs again and upload them, I think Vivian will be able to take a further look.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

GetAppAndOptionalStorePackageUpdatesAsync Still Broken

Hi @asklar, is there any update on this? We're running into this with several computers

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issue commentmicrosoft/artifacts-keyring

Broken on linux - can't find dotnet runtime even though it's installed

I installed dotnet 5 on ubuntu and artifacts-keyring seems to be working. You need to make sure that dotnet --version is working on your machine.

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issue commentAzure/app-service-announcements

Platform upgrade for Azure Functions v2 apps coming in October 2020

Update 01/17/21: Deployment to all regions completed on 01/15/21. Please post any follow up questions on discussion issue Azure/app-service-announcements-discussions#175

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issue commentAzure/app-service-announcements

Platform upgrade for Azure Functions v2 apps coming in October 2020

Update 01/15/21: Deployment will be completed today for all the regions.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Tasklist doesn't read the correct status of UWP process

As discussed on Discord, this is because UWP suspension is not the same as Win32 suspension, and tasklist only checks the latter.

It should be updated to also check UWP suspension. This can be done by calling NtQuerySystemInformation to get PROCESS_EXTENDED_BASIC_INFORMATION, and then the status of UWP suspension will be in the IsFrozen bit-field.

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issue openedmicrosoft/WinDev

Tasklist doesn't read the correct status of UWP process

Trying to read the status of suspended UWP process, but tasklist sees it as running: image

OS: Windows 10 Pro 20H2, build 19042.685

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issue commentAzure/app-service-announcements

Platform upgrade for Azure Functions v2 apps coming in October 2020

Update 01/14/21:

Auto-Upgrade for Function Apps running on Windows completed in regions: West Central US, West US2, West Europe

Upgrade will be rolled out to rest of the regions in the next few days.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Windows search is painfully slow

Thanks for the replies! Sounds like this may be a case where we need to wait until a future OS update before returning to this topic 🙂

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Windows wakes up randomly and predictably and I don't know why

hint: C:\Windows\System32\powercfg.exe -lastwake

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fork juju4/spython

Example implementations of PEP 578 and 551 entry points

https://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0578/

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issue openedAzure/app-service-announcements

Removal of older Azure Functions Runtime version: 3.0.14916

Older versions of Azure Functions are regularly removed from the production environment. Going forward we will be using issues in this repo to announce when that is happening. The following versions of Azure Functions V2 are being removed from the production environment.<br /><br />- 3.0.14916<br /><br />If your function app is configured to run on any of these versions (using the FUNCTIONS_EXTENSION_VERSION app setting) you will soon find that the app is instead loading the latest version automatically.<br /><br />Please use https://github.com/Azure/app-service-announcements-discussions/issues/219 for discussions related to the removal of these versions.

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issue openedAzure/app-service-announcements

Azure Functions Runtime 3.0.15277

A new version of the Azure Functions Runtime 3.0.15277 is being deployed.<br /><br /> Please refer to the latest notes on the release page here for details: https://github.com/Azure/azure-functions-host/releases/tag/v3.0.15277.<br /><br /> Please use https://github.com/Azure/app-service-announcements-discussions/issues/218 for discussions related to this release.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Aero Peek Window Preview gets shifted to the top & left

For me, I've noticed that the bug only occurs when there are no maximized windows. It's really bad when all windows are in bounds and are normal, and it's slightly bad when all windows are normal but one is out of bounds.

https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/42058942/104066959-21a10d80-51b7-11eb-8d7d-52796864cab2.mp4

In the three examples I show, notice how the first one has pretty bad shadow movement, the second one has no movement, and the third one has slight movement.

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Windows search is painfully slow

If you query for something that is not currently up-to-date we will index that particular scope on-demand. But the performance of this is obviously slow.

Our main focus recently has been to get the indexer out of your way. We have ideas for improving performance as well, but it is too early to talk about them.

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issue openedAzure/app-service-announcements

Removal of older Azure Functions Runtime version: 2.0.14786

Older versions of Azure Functions are regularly removed from the production environment. Going forward we will be using issues in this repo to announce when that is happening. The following versions of Azure Functions V2 are being removed from the production environment.

  • 2.0.14786

If your function app is configured to run on any of these versions (using the FUNCTIONS_EXTENSION_VERSION app setting) you will soon find that the app is instead loading the latest version automatically.

Please use https://github.com/Azure/app-service-announcements-discussions/issues/216 for discussions related to the removal of these versions.

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Trackpad scrolling is broken in Task Manager

By the way, @bitcrazed, I'd just like to say thank you for maintaining this repository 🙂 I'm very happy to be able to report issues here.

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Users/zhentan/readme update version bump (#36) * Updated readme with dotnetcore2 dependency removal * Updated patch version for README update

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issue commentmicrosoft/WinDev

Trackpad scrolling is broken in Task Manager

@Poopooracoocoo

why would anyone ever bother with the feedback hub if it's just a black hole

Different venues for different audiences. FeedbackHub aims to help general PC users be able to submit feedback to Microsoft, and to collect as much context-relevant info necessary for the diagnosis and resolution of the issue being reported. Such users are highly unlikely to be able/interested in a back and forth diagnostic session - they just want to send an issue to the team to fix.

This GitHub repo, and others like it (e.g. WSL, Terminal), are forums where highly technical users can write longer-form feedback, and engage in a back and forth discussion to help arrive at a solution.

i'm glad it's fixed but it's taken a long time

In this and other repos, we make no guarantees of timeliness, prioritization, etc. - this is simply another way for you to report issues and work with us to figure out the root cause so we can fix it. There's a MOUNTAIN of prioritization that goes on behind the scenes - sometimes an issue may sit for many months unable to rise above the cut-line, before it's (hopefully) eventually addressed, depending on what's going on internally.

If you're interested in how the sausage is made, and would like to help speed up how & when we fix issues and improve/deliver features, I encourage you to scour this site.

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