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You've probably noticed, with New York Virtual Agent got several enhancements. One of them is the "Anything else topic" functionality. New functionality that's not been mentioned that much. I'm writing this short article to explain how the "Anything else topic" works.
If a user ends a topic, for example the out-of-the-box "Open IT Topic", the topic configured as "Anything else topic" will be started. The out-of-the-box topic will basically provide the below question:
If you would like to change the messages within the out-of-the-box "Anything Else Topic", consider using UI Messages for this [sys_ui_message table]. Also for overwriting English phrases like "Is there anything else I can assist you with?". There's no need to change the topic for this. Just look if there is already an existing UI Message which could be updated or add a new one.
Compared to the "Greeting" setup topic, I can see that it's missing the "Send Topic Picker" portion on the flow, which may be why when using the OOTB "Personlized Greeting" set up topic it's sending the "Anything else" topic right after the personalized greeting? I don't know if this was done on purpose for us to figure it out?
WinGet doesn't actually host anything itself, probably its biggest difference from a Linux package manager. There is a central repository on GitHub that houses the manifests for anyone to look at and contribute to, but the software is always delivered from the source.
So, to the meat of this piece. Why I like using WinGet so much over everything else. Ultimately it comes down to speed. I'm someone who uses the keyboard for everything where possible. I spend my days typing, and it's a far better workflow to launch the terminal, type in a short command or two, and be out of there again than go to websites or get into the Store
Whether you can plug something else into the same wall receptacle as a refrigerator depends on a number of variables. There are no rules in the National Electric Code or any local electric code that require a refrigerator to be on a dedicated branch circuit. Some manufacturers, however, specify that their refrigerators be installed on dedicated circuits, says Truline Electric, and your local planning department may require you to follow those recommendations.
A refrigerator, like any motor load, can draw up to six times its running current on start-up, and that can cause nuisance tripping of a circuit breaker depending on what else is on the circuit. That's why some manufacturers may call for a dedicated circuit, which provides for safer operation.
I cannot say anything else would require a just before anything and would emphasize anything to assert that the something else you have to say isn't just anything you say to be part of the conversation but is highly specific or relevant to the topic at hand.
"You shall have no other gods before me. You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. You shall not bow down to them or serve them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing steadfast love to thousands of those who love me and keep my commandments." (Exodus 20:3-6) 041b061a72