-Allows reassign: If the property is enabled, the intermediate event can be reassigned to another user during the process. By default, this property is disabled. For more information about this option, see Reassign tasks.
-Allow to release: If enabled, the task can be released during the process. By default, the property is disabled. For more information about this option, see Reassign Job.
-To be able to use a Capture Send Message, there needs to be a Message Event that sends the message, this can be a Message Intermediate Event or it can be a Start Intermediate Event.
-Duration: The time in hours and minutes that must elapse before the event is triggered. The calendar associated with the Time Scheme
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“Sobreponiéndome”, because he is doing that action at the same time as the other action (me apresuro). When a person does two actions at the same time, he can use the gerund on one verb, and the present tense on another verb. Or, you can use the present tense on both verbs with “mientras”.
@lllunaaa “Sobreponiéndome”, because he is doing that action at the same time as the other action (me apresuro). When a person does two actions at the same time, he can use the gerund in one verb, and the present tense in another verb. Or also, you can use the present tense on both verbs with “mientras”.–> Sobreponiendo al dolor, me apresuro a darle la dolorosa noticia. = I hasten to give you the painful news while overcoming the pain. = I hasten to give you the painful news while overcoming the pain.
@Ana90 Thank you very much for your answer in detail!!! I mean, here overcoming is an action, not a state. And if I want to express in that sentence my state of not being sad with the past participle, what could be said?
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3.- [textmarker color=”C24000″ type=”text color”]Customize the CTA.[/textmarker] The button that appears on the front of our cover photo. It is a direct link to wherever we tell it to go. We can choose several statements as you can see in the image below and even differentiate between desktop, IOS and Android.
4.- [textmarker color=”C24000″ type=”text color”]Manage sections.[/textmarker] In the left column we can order the different boxes as we want. The first ones are fixed, “Search” and “Information” but the rest can be sorted if we want to prioritize events, photos or applications for example. Just click on the pencil that appears at the top right of each box. Click on “manage sections” and reorder as you like.
7.- [textmarker color=”C24000″ type=”text color”]Schedule publications.[/textmarker] Very simple. Once we have made the post, instead of clicking on “Publish” we click on the little arrow next to it and click on “Schedule”. We set the day and time and we’re done. We can edit it and even publish it with a date before the current one.
In this article we will look at another important concept in CSS: overflow. Overflow is what happens when there is too much content to fit comfortably in a box. In this guide you will learn what it is and how to manage it.
Basic computer skills, having basic software installed, basic knowledge of working with files, basic knowledge of HTML (see Introduction to HTML) and CSS notions (see Getting Started with CSS).
You must be wondering why CSS has by default taken the rather messy approach of causing cluttered overflow of content. Why not hide the extra content or grow the box?
Whenever possible, CSS does not hide its content; doing so would cause data loss, which is generally a problem. In CSS terms, this means that some of the content disappears. The problem with content disappearing is that you might not notice that it’s gone. Your visitors might not notice that content has disappeared. If it’s the submit button on a form, no one might fill out the form, and that’s a big problem! So, instead, the CSS tends to overflow in a way that is visible. Chances are you’ll notice that mess, or in the worst case, a visitor to your site will report that a piece of content overlaps and you’ll need to fix it.