Tuesday, 6 March 2018

VSTS Warning: NOTE: The user X has access to limited functionality as a Stakeholder. Basic access level is required for access to version control and Agile tools.

To solve the issue of user not able to see codes in VSTS:

1. Go to https://{account}.visualstudio.com
2. Click on the "..." menu then click "Users".
3. Click on the "..." next to the user name and select "Change access level".
4. Change the access level of the user from "Stackholder" to "Basic".

Thursday, 7 September 2017

Enable SSMS 2017 Dark Theme

Open the file:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\140\Tools\Binn\ManagementStudio\ssms.pkgundef

Comment off  The following line in bold:
// Remove Dark theme
// [$RootKey$\Themes\{1ded0138-47ce-435e-84ef-9ec1f439b749}]

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Fix for Scroll and Focus Issue with Multiple Bootstrap Modals

$(document).on('hidden.bs.modal', '.modal', function () { if($('.modal:visible').length){ $('body').addClass("modal-open"); } else { $('body').removeClass("modal-open"); } });

Saturday, 11 March 2017

How to Assign Shortcut keys to Build Selected Project in Visual Studio

1. Click on "Tools" menu follows by "Options" to bring up the "Options" dialog.
2. Select "Environment" > "Keyboard".
3. Select the "Build.BuildSelection" command.
4. Press "Ctrl+Shift+B" keys in the "Press shortcut keys" textbox and click on the "Assign" button.
5. Select the "Build.BuildSolution" command.
6. Press "Ctrl+Shift+Alt+B" keys in the "Press shortcut keys" textbox and click on the "Assign" button.

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Make Blogger Site Fluid

Click on "Theme" on the side bar, follow by "Edit theme" button.

Search for:

.content-outer, .content-fauxcolumn-outer, .region-inner { min-width: $(content.width); max-width: $(content.width); _width: $(content.width); }

Change them to:

.content-outer, .content-fauxcolumn-outer, .region-inner { min-width: 1000px; /*$(content.width)*/ max-width: 1280px; /*$(content.width)*/ _width: 100%; /*$(content.width)*/ }

Refer:  Blogger: make your blog fluid (fit any screen resolution)

Friday, 3 March 2017

Set Proxy Settings for Current Command Session

Use the following command to set proxy settings for current command session:

set http_proxy=http://domain%5Cusername:password@proxy:port set https_proxy=http://domain%5Cusername:password@proxy:port

To reset:

set http_proxy= set https_proxy=