In the code completion window, icons are used to distinguish different members of the Java language. See Appendix A: Icons in the Code Completion Window at the end of this document to see the meanings of these icons.
Alternatively, you can select View > Show Editor Toolbar from the menu bar. The new toolbar is positioned at the top of the current document in the editor window. There you will find a variety of icons, specifically, three that relate to bookmarks: Previous Bookmark, Next Bookmark and Toggle Boomark
This directive is equivalent to Alias, but makes use of regular expressions, instead of simple prefix matching. The supplied regular expression is matched against the URL-path, and if it matches, the server will substitute any parenthesized matches into the given string and use it as a filename. For example, to activate the /icons directory, one might use:
All recent Guacamole releases are listed here, along with several historical releases. Each release below is listed by the version of the overall software bundle and the date on which it was released. Clicking on the version number will take you to the release notes and downloads for that release, including a pre-built guacamole.war file and all associated source code.
Unless you already know that you need a very specific version (your custom or third-party extensions use an older version of the Guacamole API, for example), you should always download the most recent release. Guacamole development is very active, and recent releases will contain bug fixes and performance improvements that will be absent in older releases.
The KEYS link links to the code signing keys used to sign the product. The PGP link downloads the OpenPGP compatible signature from our main site. The MD5 link downloads the checksum from the main site.
We have made these icons available for you to incorporate them into your products under the Apache License Version 2.0. Feel free to remix and re-share these icons and documentation in your products.We'd love attribution in your app's about screen, but it's not required. The only thing we ask is that you not re-sell these icons.
I believe most of us have used Font Awesome icons at least once until now as they were one of the first highly popular open source icon libraries to be released. As of now they have a total of 1,588 free icons and 7,842 pro icons in their gallery.
Another interesting feature Font Awesome has to offer is a personalized CDN link that you can generate if you create an account. By doing this, you can conditionally exclude regular icons but use only the duotone ones.
In conclusion there are many ways of using Font Awesome, such as copying the SVG source of a single icon, downloading the library or by using a public or their own CDN. They have a great page to help you get started with Font Awesome.
Ionicons.io is another open source SVG powered icon library featuring 457 standalone icons with three different styles: outline, filled and sharp. I particularly like how clean and straightforward the design of the outlines and shapes are. I would definitely recommend trying it out for your next project.
I like that you can configure the sizing, stroke width and color of the icons before you download them. You can also switch dark and light mode by clicking on the moon icon on the upper right side of the website.
Eva Icons is a set of 480 beautifully crafted open source icons served both in SVG and PNG format. There are two main outlined and filled styles and I love the fact that you can select out of the box zooming, pulsing or shaking animations on hover.
Getting started with Eva Icons is straightforward by downloading the SVG or PNG file after selecting the icon of use or by downloading the whole set of icons. You can also include Eva Icons by installing the NPM package like this:
Heroicons is another awesome open source icon library built by the creators of Tailwind CSS. It features over 165 standalone icons with a fill and outline style but also offering a dark and white version of each element. The appearance of the icons is very premium and well crafted.
A few weeks ago I wrote about the new Bootstrap 5 icons by comparing it to Font Awesome. Currently it features over 600 custom SVG powered icons and I think it does stand out in terms of design. If you like using Bootstrap as a CSS Framework, you should really consider using Bootstrap 5 Icons for your next project.
Getting started with Bootstrap 5 icons is as easy as copying the SVG code and then you can use it however you see fit, whether by using it inline, including it as a source for an image or by creating pseudo code classes in CSS. Either way their website clearly explains the implementation methods.
Getting started with Remix Icon is quite easy by being able to download SVG or PNG version or by directly copying to the clipboard the inline SVG code. Alternatively you can also choose to download the whole package as single .svg files or as a SVG sprite file.
Octicons is a set of over 100 open source icons which Github also uses for their main website. Apparently they are already working on a second version of the library by improving the design and variety of icons.
Another awesome set of SVG icons based on the Apache 2.0 license is the Unicons set from Iconscout. What I particularly like about this icon pack is the way they are organized in categories so it is easy to select an icon based on your needs.
You can download any icon separately as a SVG element and you can also change the color of the icon using the colorpicker in the right sidebar. Another awesome feature is that you can get the code as a font library or for Vue and React.
However, you will not be able to remotely access your MythTV machine until you open the port to your PC. You need to enter your home router and enable port forwarding. You need to manually change some settings in your router that let it know that you want traffic from outside the home network to enter your home network. And you want that outside traffic to be sent directly to 192.168.0.100 (the IP address of the MythTV backend) on port number 80 (which is the default port for the apache HTTP server).
If your web browser is only showing a directory listing when you point it to mythweb, check that your mythweb configuration file is set properly for Apache. This file (mythweb.conf) can typically be found in the /etc/apache2/modules.d directory, but if it does not exist, you can easily make a symlink:
you are sure the backend is running, and you are running Fedora or some other distribution which uses selinux, this may be the problem - selinux does not allow apache to talk to mysql in the default policy. Try
If you receive an \"Internal Server Error\" page when you click either the 'stream' or the 'download' icons next to a recorded program, the issue will likely be described in the Apache error log file. If the error is the following:
Please see the ApacheOpenOffice Trademarks page for more information about the\"Apache OpenOffice\" and \"OpenOffice.org\"trademarks and what you need to do to use them. Also, please reviewinformation which applies to olderOpenOffice.org logos and icons on theOpenOffice wiki.
I made a little change to it which allows you to have a single template that can be used for multiple file types. Instead of uploading the icons individually, I put them into a folder under Images named Icons so I'd know exactly where they were and I called the macro File and added a parameter for the icon type you wanted to show. The key to making it generic is knowing where the icon images are stored and that's why I elected to put them in their own subdirectory of images.
The three hyperlinks work fine. The first one opens the pdf icon, the second one opens the PDF and the third one opens the image info page. Why can' I see the icons Is there a setting I have forgotten or overlooked
I'd like to be able to store several common forms (PDFs, DOCs and XLS files) on the wiki, and be able to set up some \"packets\" of the forms, where a user can download all the forms in the packet at one swipe.
Thanks for the instructions - very helpful. Do you know of a way to force a download We are using a file type that cannot be opened in a browser (FileMaker Pro), and I'd like clicking on the link to start a download if possible. 153554b96e