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Delete a row in google spreadsheet based on value contained in a cell in row - Stack Overflow
function onEdit(e) {
var ss = e.source;
var sheet = ss.getSheets()[0];
var range = sheet.getDataRange();
var values = range.getValues();

var rows_deleted = 0;

for (var i = 0; i < values.length; i++) {
for (var j = 0; j < values[i].length; j++) {

var value = values[i][j];

//row numbers are 1-based, not zero-based like this for-loop, so we add one AND...
//every time we delete a row, all of the rows move down one, so we will subtract this count
var row = i + 1 - rows_deleted;

//if the type is a number, we don't need to look
if (typeof value === 'string') {

var result ="pdf");

if (result === -1) {
result ="tml")
else if (result === -1) {
result ="ppt")
else if (result === -1) {
result =".mp")
else if (result === -1) {
result =".js")
else if (result === -1) {
result ="js")
else if (result === -1) {
result ="asp")
else if (result === -1) {
result ="webp")
else if (result === -1) {
result ="xml")
else if (result === -1) {
result ="ht")

//the .search() method returns the index of the substring, or -1 if it is not found
//we only care if it is found, so test for not -1

if (result !== -1) {
javascript  googleDocs 
4 weeks ago by klauslanza
Strategist's-Handbook - LSU.pdf - Google Drive
London Strategy Unit Strategist's Handbook. Some useful starting points for original thinking.
strategy  planning  craft  handbook  howto  education  guide  googledocs  pdf 
6 weeks ago by eugenexxv
How I reverse-engineered Google Docs to play back any document's keystrokes « James Somers (
If you’ve ever typed anything into a Google Doc, you can now play it back as if it were a movie — like traveling through time to look over your own shoulder as you write.

This is possible because every document written in Google Docs since about May 2010 has a revision history that tracks every change, by every user, with timestamps accurate to the microsecond; these histories are available to anyone with “Edit” permissions; and I have written a piece of software that can find, decode, and rebuild the history for any given document.
googledocs  writing  programming 
7 weeks ago by unclespeedo
Doughnuts: ACES 2018! - Google Sheets
via @jamesfraleigh: “Attention #ACES2018 folks: Have a list of doughnut places reachable by foot or transit from Palmer House!”

Laura added,
“Firecakes or Doughnut Vault is where it’s at. Do-Rite’s also great.”
jamesfraleigh  doughnuts  aces  aces2018  chicago  googledocs 
8 weeks ago by handcoding
ONLYOFFICE VS Collabora: a critical comparison – ONLYOFFICE – Medium
No, it is not, and mainly because of consuming your server capabilities. This is the very essence of accommodating editors on the server and pigeon-mailing images to the clients.
googledocs  nextcloud  openoffice 
8 weeks ago by foliovision
MX Compatible Switches - Google Sheets
This Google Docs spreadsheet compares various keyswitches from Cherry, Gateron, Kailh, Outemu, Razer, and Zealio.
cherry  gateron  kailh  outemu  razer  zealio  comparison  googledocs  spreadsheets  2016 
10 weeks ago by handcoding
Overleaf: Real-time Collaborative Writing and Publishing Tools with Integrated PDF Preview
"Overleaf is an online LaTeX and Rich Text collaborative writing and publishing tool that makes the whole process of writing, editing and publishing scientific documents much quicker and easier."
onlinetoolkit  collaboration  writing  latex  texteditors  googledocs  editing  via:vruba 
10 weeks ago by robertogreco
Is it possible to force a copy of a protected Google doc? - Stack Overflow
Google docs can “lock” a page so that it’s impossible to copy from its text. This seems wrong to me; shouldn't a computer’s ability to copy and paste be intrinsic? I can’t understand how a webpage can “overstep” its authority and prevent my computer from doing something totally natural. It seems that if i can be served and display text that I should be able to copy it.

How does this webpage prevent my machine from copying?

copy google-docs
asked Oct 28 '16 at 1:56

It's using a script to prevent you from copying the text. This is incredibly easy to bypass in Chrome by simply disabling JavaScript by using the developer tools.
stackoverflow  browser  googledocs  javascript  js 
11 weeks ago by ndf

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