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If you receive a review for your iOS app on the Apple app store, how can you signNow out to the reviewer to get more information on this comments? Apple currently doesn't provide a direct access, so any other suggestions are welcome!EDIT: My apologies, i misread the question. My response below refers to the review done by Apple's Review Team before your app is approved for sale. In the case of a review done by a customer, there is no way to identify/signNow out to them, as the other commenters have said.--The best that you can do is to enter a response into the submission feedback portal (the email that informs you that your submission has been rejected will contain a link). State your comments and/or questions clearly and concisely and hopefully the reviewer will respond to you within a couple days (not always the case). Unfortunately that is the extent of what you can do unless you have an inside contact somehow.
How do I create a fillable HTML form online that can be downloaded as a PDF? I have made a framework for problem solving and would like to give people access to an online unfilled form that can be filled out and downloaded filled out.Create PDF Form that will be used for download and convert it to HTML Form for viewing on your website.However there’s a lot of PDF to HTML converters not many can properly convert PDF Form including form fields. If you plan to use some calculations or validations it’s even harder to find one. Try PDFix Form Converter which works fine to me.
How do people deliver stuff to you from the dark web if it's unsafe to give out your address information on there?There’s lots of ways people do it.Have it sent to a friend’s/neighbor’s address (probably won’t be friends anymore though if the cops come a knockin)Have it sent to an abandoned/vacant property which you have the means to retrieve mail fromPO BoxMail holding/forwarding serviceBut a lot of people just use their own address anyway, the level of “unsafe” is relative, depends on what someone’s buying, how much of it, the strictness of the laws prohibiting those things in their location. If they’re a dealer buying a bunch of cheap drugs to resell the risk is gonna be much higher than some kid trying to score some weed cuz he doesn’t have a hookup irl.But all it takes is a compromised marketplace (FBI is known to run marketplaces after seizing them to gather intel), seller getting lazy, an unlucky postal inspection, or just the buyer being a tad too ignorant and at best they’ll get the package seized, at worst get some shiny new bracelets and a (possibly lengthy) stay in a small room courtesy of the state.
When you make a Messenger bot for a client how do give him acces to the bot? If it's a link to ManyChat or Chatfuel profile without them browsing inside your account.Currently there are only 1 type of users on both platforms: admin. Every admin has the right to do whatever inside (see and edit the bot, or send out broadcasts…). Only thing is that they can’t remove you as you connected the bot to the service. (owner).I know MC prepares different type of users (so clients could only access Live Chat) but it’s not out there.So either you share everything, or nothing at all and manage the bot on their behalf.PS: If you just meant how to invite them (without sharing your FB account), then it’s easy: under the ‘config’ or ‘settings’ tab just get an invite link and send it to them.
You're out to lunch and your co-worker gives you their card but it's declined, how do you handle the situation?I am seldom "out to lunch". It is a bad habit.When out with others I seldom eat on others dime. It is a personal issue about paying my way. Further, I tend to carry enough cash to cover the size of the group, again, just because.I have used cards in the past. There have been occasions when my card was not accepted for reasons that had to be sorted later, hence the reason for carrying cash. To my recollection, never has my card been declined because of something I had done.So, in your scenario, I would have no problems covering the embarrassment and go on.Oh, I have learned that most people say they will pay the money back, but seem to forget. As a response I just assume I gave them the money and assume it will never be repaid. It was a gift to them. I don't have to try keeping an accounting of who owes me what, and I can be pleasantly surprised when, and if, they make good on their vow. For me, it is easier to remember who repaid. There are far fewer.I I fail to remember who had a second bout with card declined issues then I am really out to lunch…
What advice would you give on finding a therapist to help you cure your BPD? (trace and retrace the path between the 2 core beliefs and your feelings and behaviours) Also, how did you start the process? (after weeding out all false information).When your car has a serious problem that requires a major repair, you have three options. One, you can try to do the repair yourself. If you are a natural mechanic, or grew up in a family of mechanics, this might be a real possibility.The second option is you can take the car to the very first mechanic you come across after doing a Google search. That mechanic can tell you his opinion of what is wrong, give you a quote, and you can just pay the man whatever he demands for his services. Give him free reign to do and make whatever changes he says are necessary, at whatever cost he demands. In my experience, this is rarely the wisest course of action.This past winter, late at night, I ran out for what was meant to be a quick trip to the grocery store. While out, it began to snow. Then the four-wheel drive went out on my Jeep Wrangler, which stranded me in the middle of nowhere, unable to put my engine into gear. To add insult to injury, I - the person who prides himself on total preparedness at all times - had not brought my mobile phone with me.Do you suppose I later took my Jeep to the first mechanic I came across? No, I did not. Instead, I did what many people do. I went with option number three: I asked around on social media and also among my friends, to find out if anybody had a great mechanic to recommend. (I’ve only been living in this area for a little over a year after being away for twenty years.)I was wise enough to go through this vetting process. After the same name came up several times, and I had heard enough to win me over, I decided to take my Jeep to this individual for the evaluation and repair.Now here’s the important point of the whole story: The mechanic was still lousy. I’ll never go back.I’ve decided that his recommendation did not come to me based on his mechanical skills, but rather because of his charming, fun, friendly personality. Yes, he was a nice guy. We got along great. And, he’s a lousy mechanic.Do you know that I would rather deal with a total jerk, and have my Jeep fixed to perfection, than to deal with the nicest guy in the universe and end up with more problems than I walked in with? It’s a matter of having the focus to know what needs to be done, and not putting undue focus on other, irrelevant stuff. Since this experience, I have gone to several other mechanics for several distinct reasons - from oil changes, to tire rotations, and small tune-up issues. Finally, on this last trip to the garage, I believe I have found the mechanic that I will stick with.My intention here is to illustrate that with something as insignNow as a repair on your car, most people are willing to immediately dump one mechanic to look for a better mechanic. Yet, ironically, when it comes to therapists and psychologists, most people will stay with, and trust in, the first one they come to, no questions asked.What is more important to you? Your and your offspring’s future, everybody’s emotional health - or your oil change?The illusion that psychologists exist on a higher plane of reality than your mechanic is just that; An illusion. They go through the same type of licensing and certification process as any professional, and all certification and licensing processes are flawed. How do I know? Because anybody can pay the money and go through the motions to do it! Therefore, there are more fools than geniuses in every field, no matter what that field is. Don’t live under the delusion that a person’s title defines their individual skill or inherent qualities.Genius and exceptionalism is not the majority. This is why it is called exceptionalism. Get it? Most Harvard and Yale graduates have generic intelligence, and exceptional opportunity. Idiots with wealth and influential connections are still idiots.So what is the purpose of all of this? To make two things clear to you:Just because a person paid for a license and the schooling to call herself a psycologist does not make her smart, able, exceptional or skilled. To believe otherwise is a delusion - a myth these people have no invested interest whatsoever in dispelling.If you are willing to shop around for a year or two to find just the right go-to mechanic, why on earth would you not be willing to put forth the same effort, and demonstrate the same patience, towards finding the right therapist or psychologist?Believe me, when you come across the right therapist or psychologist for you, you will know it. You will feel the harmony of the relationship. Genuine understanding of a disorder, as opposed to superficial book knowledge, has a way of being pretty quickly distinguishable by the person in genuine need.I wish I had been smart enough to ask the same question as you have asked for this article when I was starting out, but I was not as smart as you. I had to learn the hard way. I was one of the people believing everything any psychologist said to me, based merely on the merits of their titles. I was ignorant in that regard. So my rants here are not from spite, but from real experience and understanding, having gone through that process, and now being on the other side. I’m trying to help you see the reality of the situation of dealing with the professionals, help you escape the illusion they, as a group, spend so much time constructing and protecting, and thereby save you a lot of misdirection and lost time.Give a therapist a couple of sessions. If it doesn’t feel right to you, then it’s not right. Dump them and move to the next one on your list. Remember, you’re not working for them, they are working for you. It’s their evaluation period, not yours. And bear in mind, you’re not interested in acts. You’re interested in genuineness. In authenticity. This is actually an area where your Borderline Personality Disorder is an asset. You have the power to see through insincerity. Trust it.And as always, my advice is to find those psychologists and therapists who have themselves recovered from an emotional disorder of some sort - I swear to you that you will not find a better professional.As I have intended to do for quite some time, I have finally created a private Facebook support group specifically for folks who follow my Quora articles. It is named the following:Brian Barnett: Borderline Personality Disorderhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/...