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nsISupportsPriority
xpcom/threads/nsisupportspriority.idlscriptable this interface exposes the general notion of a scheduled object with an integral priority value.
... following unix conventions, smaller (and possibly negative) values have higher priority.
... 1.0 66 introduced gecko 1.8 inherits from: nsisupports last changed in gecko 1.8 (firefox 1.5 / thunderbird 1.5 / seamonkey 1.0) this interface does not strictly define what happens when the priority of an object is changed.
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PRThreadPriority
a thread's priority setting.
... syntax #include <prthread.h> typedef enum prthreadpriority { pr_priority_first = 0, pr_priority_low = 0, pr_priority_normal = 1, pr_priority_high = 2, pr_priority_urgent = 3, pr_priority_last = 3 } prthreadpriority; enumerators pr_priority_first placeholder.
... pr_priority_low the lowest possible priority.
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RTCIceCandidate.priority - Web APIs
the rtcicecandidate interface's read-only priority property specifies the candidate's priority according to the remote peer; the higher this value is, the better the remote peer considers the candidate to be.
... as is the case with most of rtcicecandidate's properties, the value of priority is extracted from the candidate a-line string specified when creating the rtcicecandidate.
... syntax var priority = rtcicecandidate.priority; value a long, unsigned integer value indicating the priority of the candidate according to the remote peer.
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PR_SetThreadPriority
sets the priority of a specified thread.
... syntax #include <prthread.h> void pr_setthreadpriority( prthread *thread, prthreadpriority priority); parameters pr_setthreadpriority has the following parameters: thread a valid identifier for the thread whose priority you want to set.
... priority the priority you want to set.
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RTCIceCandidateStats.priority - Web APIs
the rtcicecandidatestats dictionary's priority property is a positive integer value indicating the priority (or desirability) of the described candidate.
... during ice negotiation while setting up a webrtc peer connection, the priority values reported to the remote peer by a user agent are used to determine which candidates are considered "more desirable".
... syntax priority = rtcicecandidatestats.priority; value a positive integer indicating the priority of the rtcicecandidate described by the rtcicecandidatestats object.
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CSSStyleDeclaration.getPropertyPriority() - Web APIs
the cssstyledeclaration.getpropertypriority() method interface returns a domstring that provides all explicitly set priorities on the css property.
... syntax var priority = style.getpropertypriority(property); parameters property is a domstring representing the property name to be checked.
... return value priority is a domstring that represents the priority (e.g.
... example the following javascript code checks whether margin is marked as important in a css selector rule: var declaration = document.stylesheets[0].cssrules[0].style; var isimportant = declaration.getpropertypriority('margin') === 'important'; specifications specification status comment css object model (cssom)the definition of 'cssstyledeclaration.getpropertypriority()' in that specification.
RTCIceCandidatePairStats.priority - Web APIs
the obsolete rtcicecandidatepairstats property priority reports the priority of the candidate pair as an integer value.
... syntax pairpriority = rtcicecandidatepairstats.priority; value an integer value indicating the priority of this pair of candidates as compared to other pairs on the same peer connection.
... specifications specification status comment identifiers for webrtc's statistics apithe definition of 'rtcicecandidatepairstats.priority' in that specification.
PR_GetThreadPriority
returns the priority of a specified thread.
... syntax #include <prthread.h> prthreadpriority pr_getthreadpriority(prthread *thread); parameter pr_getthreadpriority has the following parameter: thread a valid identifier for the thread whose priority you want to know.
priority - Archive of obsolete content
« xul reference home priority type: integer numeric value that specifies the order in which the notifications appear.
priority - Archive of obsolete content
« xul reference priority type: string gets and sets the value of the priority attribute.
nsMsgPriorityValue
defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ public/ mailnewstypes2.idl typedef long nsmsgpriorityvalue; [scriptable, uuid(94c0d8d8-2045-11d3-8a8f-0060b0fc04d2)] interface nsmsgpriority { const nsmsgpriorityvalue notset = 0; const nsmsgpriorityvalue none = 1; const nsmsgpriorityvalue lowest = 2; const nsmsgpriorityvalue low = 3; const nsmsgpriorityvalue normal = 4; const nsmsgpriorityvalue high = 5; const nsmsgpriorityvalue highest = 6; // the default for a priority picker const nsmsgpriorityvalue default = 4; }; ...
Index - Learn web development
36 getting started with the web beginner, css, design, guide, html, index, l10n:priority, publishing, theory it's a lot of work to create a professional website, so if you're new to web development, we encourage you to start small.
... 37 css basics beginner, css, codingscripting, learn, styling, web, l10n:priority like html, css is not a programming language.
...for example, this css selects paragraph text, setting the color to red: 38 dealing with files beginner, codingscripting, files, guide, html, l10n:priority, theory, website when you are working on a website locally on your computer, you should keep all the related files in a single folder that mirrors the published website's file structure on the server.
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Index - Firefox Developer Tools
found 158 pages: # page tags and summary 1 firefox developer tools developing mozilla, guide, tools, web development, web development:tools, l10n:priority firefox developer tools is a set of web developer tools built into firefox.
... 10 all keyboard shortcuts tools, l10n:priority this page lists all keyboard shortcuts used by the developer tools built into firefox.
... 46 network monitor debugging, dev tools, firefox, guide, networking, tools, l10n:priority the network monitor shows you all the network requests firefox makes (for example, when it loads a page, or due to xmlhttprequests), how long each request takes, and details of each request.
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Index - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
14 ajax ajax, codingscripting, glossary, infrastructure, l10n:priority ajax, which initially stood for asynchronous javascript and xml, is a programming practice of building complex, dynamic webpages using a technology known as xmlhttprequest.
... 55 css css, codingscripting, glossary, web, l10n:priority css (cascading style sheets) is a declarative language that controls how webpages look in the browser.
... 194 html codingscripting, glossary, html, l10n:priority html (hypertext markup language) is a descriptive language that specifies webpage structure.
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Introduction to NSPR
in general, it's preferable to create local user threads with normal priority and let nspr take care of the details as appropriate for each host os.
... thread scheduling nspr threads are scheduled by priority and can be preempted or interrupted.
...in general, an nspr thread of higher priority has a statistically better chance of running relative to threads of lower priority.
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Index - Web APIs
WebAPIIndex
458 cssstyledeclaration.getpropertypriority() api, cssom, method, reference the cssstyledeclaration.getpropertypriority() method interface returns a domstring that provides all explicitly set priorities on the css property.
... 3268 rtcicecandidate.priority api, candidate, ice, property, rtcicecandidate, read-only, reference, sdp, webrtc, webrtc api, priority the rtcicecandidate interface's read-only priority property specifies the candidate's priority according to the remote peer; the higher this value is, the better the remote peer considers the candidate to be.
... 3286 rtcicecandidatepairstats.availableincomingbitrate api, bandwidth, bit rate, bitrate, candidate, connection, network, pair, rtcicecandidatepairstats, reference, statistics, stats, webrtc, webrtc api, availableincomingbitrate, priority, speed the rtcicecandidatepairstats property availableincomingbitrate returns a value indicative of the available inbound capacity of the network connection represented by the candidate pair.
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appendNotification - Archive of obsolete content
« xul reference home appendnotification( label , value , image , priority , buttons, eventcallback ) return type: element create a new notification and display it.
... if another notification is already present with a higher priority, the new notification will be added behind it.
...if "" then an icon appropriate for the priority level is used.
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notificationbox - Archive of obsolete content
defaultnamespace(), isequalnode, issamenode, issupported(), lookupnamespaceuri, lookupprefix, normalize(), queryselector(), queryselectorall(), removeattribute(), removeattributenode(), removeattributens(), removechild(), removeeventlistener(), replacechild(), setattribute(), setattributenode(), setattributenodens(), setattributens(), setuserdata appendnotification( label , value , image , priority , buttons, eventcallback ) return type: element create a new notification and display it.
... if another notification is already present with a higher priority, the new notification will be added behind it.
...if "" then an icon appropriate for the priority level is used.
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notification - Archive of obsolete content
attributes image, label, priority, persistence, type, value properties accessibletype, control, image, label, priority, persistence, type, value methods close examples <notification label="this is a warning"/> attributes image type: uri the uri of the image to appear on the element.
... priority type: integer numeric value that specifies the order in which the notifications appear.
... type type: one of the values below indicates the type of notification, determined from the priority.
... priority type: string gets and sets the value of the priority attribute.
Quality values - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
quality values, or q-values and q-factors, are used to describe the order of priority of values in a comma-separated list.
...the importance of a value is marked by the suffix ';q=' immediately followed by a value between 0 and 1 included, with up to three decimal digits, the highest value denoting the highest priority.
... examples the following syntax text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8 indicates the order of priority: value priority text/html and application/xhtml+xml 1.0 application/xml 0.9 */* 0.8 if there is no priority defined for the first two values, the order in the list is irrelevant.
... nevertheless, with the same quality, more specific values have priority over less specific ones: text/html;q=0.8,text/*;q=0.8,*/*;q=0.8 value priority text/html 0.8 (but totally specified) text/* 0.8 (partially specified) */* 0.8 (not specified) some syntax, like the one of accept, allow additional specifiers like text/html;level=1.
Multimedia: Images - Learn web development
controlling the priority (and ordering) of downloading images getting the most important images in front of visitors sooner than the less important can deliver improved perceived performance.
... the first thing to check is that your content images use <img> elements and your background images are defined in css with background-image — images referenced in <img> elements are assigned a higher loading priority than background images.
... secondly, with the adoption of priority hints, you can control the priority further by adding an importance attribute to your image tags.
... an example use case for priority hints on images are carousels where the first image is a higher priority than the subsequent images.
Accessibility/LiveRegionDevGuide
priority queue the heart of any live region support module is the priority queue.
... it is responsible for queuing messages derived from live region events, where priority is determined by chronological order and the live politeness properties.
... in addition to the standard priority queue methods, additional methods will need to be implemented that purge the queue based on one of the priority criterion.
...this property, along with an event's time stamp, determine the priority of a message within the priority queue.
HTTP Cache
the thread supports several priority levels.
... open_priority: except opening priority cache files also file dooming happens here to prevent races read_priority: top level documents and head blocking script cache files are open and read as the first open read: any normal priority content, such as images are open and read here write: writes are processed as last, we cache data in memory in the mean time management: level for the memory pool and cacheentry background operations close: file closing level index: index is being rebuild here evict: files overreaching the disk space consumption limit are be...
...ing evicted here note: special case for eviction - when an eviction is scheduled on the io thread, all operations pending on the open level are first merged to the open_priority level.
...clearing of the internal io state - is then put to the end of the open_priority level.
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MozillaTechXPCOMIndex
983 nsisupportspriority interfaces, interfaces:scriptable, xpcom, xpcom api reference, xpcom interface reference this interface does not strictly define what happens when the priority of an object is changed.
... an implementation of this interface is free to define the side-effects of changing the priority of an object.
... in some cases, changing the priority of an object may be disallowed (resulting in an exception being thrown) or may simply be ignored.
... defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ public/ mailnewstypes2.idl 1126 nsmsgkey xpcom, xpcom interface reference, thunderbird defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ public/ mailnewstypes2.idl 1127 nsmsglabelvalue xpcom, xpcom interface reference, thunderbird defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ public/ mailnewstypes2.idl 1128 nsmsgpriorityvalue xpcom, xpcom interface reference, thunderbird defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ public/ mailnewstypes2.idl 1129 nsmsgruleactiontype interfaces, interfaces:scriptable, xpcom, xpcom interface reference, thunderbird defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ search/ public/ nsmsgfiltercore.idl 1130 nsmsgsearchattrib interfaces, interfaces:scr...
CSSStyleDeclaration.setProperty() - Web APIs
syntax style.setproperty(propertyname, value, priority); parameters propertyname is a domstring representing the css property name (hyphen case) to be modified.
... note: value must not contain "!important" -- that should be set using the priority parameter.
... priority optional is a domstring allowing the "important" css priority to be set.
... if priority can be omitted, javascript has a special simpler syntax for setting a css property on a style declaration object: style.csspropertyname = 'value'; examples in this example we have three buttons, which can be pressed to dynamically alter our box paragraph's border, background color, and text color to random values (see the live example at the end of this section).
<iframe>: The Inline Frame element - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
WebHTMLElementiframe
importance the download priority of the resource in the <iframe>'s src attribute.
...the browser uses its own heuristics to decide the priority of the resource.
... high the resource should be downloaded before other lower-priority page resources.
... low the resource should be downloaded after other higher-priority page resources.
<link>: The External Resource Link element - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
WebHTMLElementlink
priority hints are delegated using the values: auto: indicates no preference.
... the browser may use its own heuristics to decide the priority of the resource.
... high: indicates to the browser that the resource is of high priority.
... low: indicates to the browser that the resource is of low priority.
Index - Archive of obsolete content
606 porting nspr to unix platforms nspr last modified 16 july 1998 607 priority content update: i've removed documents from this list that have been migrated into the wiki.
... 1030 priority xul attributes, xul reference no summary!
... 1532 priority xul properties, xul reference no summary!
WCAG - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
wcag uses three levels of conformance: priority 1: web developers must satisfy these requirements, otherwise it will be impossible for one or more groups to access the web content.
... priority 2: web developers should satisfy these requirements, otherwise some groups will find it difficult to access the web content.
... priority 3: web developers may satisfy these requirements, in order to make it easier for some groups to access the web content.
PR_Init
syntax #include <prinit.h> void pr_init( prthreadtype type, prthreadpriority priority, pruintn maxptds); parameters pr_init has the following parameters: type this parameter is ignored.
... priority this parameter is ignored.
... call pr_init as follows: pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); ...
Threads
threading types and constants prthread prthreadtype prthreadscope prthreadstate prthreadpriority prthreadprivatedtor threading functions most of the functions described here accept a pointer to the thread as an argument.
... you set a thread's nspr priority when you create it with pr_createthread.
... after a thread has been created, you can get and set its priority with these functions: pr_getthreadpriority pr_setthreadpriority controlling per-thread private data you can use these functions to associate private data with each of the threads in a process: pr_newthreadprivateindex allocates a unique index.
nsIAccessibleStates
state_alert_low 0x04000000 this information is of low priority.
... state_alert_medium 0x08000000 this information is of medium priority.
... state_alert_high 0x10000000 this information is of high priority.
nsIInstallLocation
priority long the priority level of this install location in loading.
... constants constants representing priority of some default install locations.
... constant value description priority_app_profile 0 priority_app_system_user 10 priority_xre_system_user 100 priority_app_system_global 1000 priority_xre_system_global 10000 methods getidforlocation() retrieves the guid for an item at the specified location.
nsIMsgDBHdr
tring propertyvalue); string getstringproperty(in string propertyname); unsigned long getuint32property(in string propertyname); void setuint32property(in string propertyname, in unsigned long propertyval); void markread(in boolean read); void markflagged(in boolean flagged); void markhasattachments(in boolean hasattachments); void setprioritystring(in string priority); unsigned long orflags(in unsigned long flags); unsigned long andflags(in unsigned long flags); void setreferences(in string references); acstring getstringreference(in long refnum); void setrecipientsarray(in string names, in string addresses,in unsigned long numaddresses); void setcclistarray(in string names, in str...
... priority nsmsgpriorityvalue indicates the priority of this message.
... setprioritystring() void setprioritystring(in string priority); parameters priority string describing the priority.
RTCIceCandidate.candidate - Web APIs
the user agent always prefers candidates with the highest priority, all else being equal.
... in the example above, the priority is 2043278322.
...the complete list of attributes for this example candidate is: foundation = 4234997325 component = "rtp" (the number 1 is encoded to this string; 2 becomes "rtcp") protocol = "udp" priority = 2043278322 ip = "192.168.0.56" port = 44323 type = "host" example in this example, we see a function which receives as input an sdp string containing an ice candidate received from the remote peer during the signaling process.
RTCIceCandidateInit.candidate - Web APIs
the user agent always prefers candidates with the highest priority, all else being equal.
... in the example above, the priority is 2043278322.
...the complete list of attributes for this example candidate is: foundation = 4234997325 component = "rtp" (the number 1 is encoded to this string; 2 becomes "rtcp") protocol = "udp" priority = 2043278322 ip = "192.168.0.56" port = 44323 type = "host" example when a new ice candidate is received by your signaling code from the remote peer, you need to construct the rtcicecandidate object that encapsulates it.
<img>: The Image Embed element - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
WebHTMLElementimg
priority hints allow the values: auto: no preference.
... high: the image is of high priority.
... low: the image is of low priority.
HTTP Index - HTTP
WebHTTPIndex
found 277 pages: # page tags and summary 1 http http, hypertext, reference, tcp/ip, web, web development, l10n:priority hypertext transfer protocol (http) is an application-layer protocol for transmitting hypermedia documents, such as html.
... 2 a typical http session http in client-server protocols, like http, sessions consist of three phases: 3 an overview of http html, http, overview, webmechanics, l10n:priority http isthe foundation of any data exchange on the web and it is a client-server protocol, which means requests are initiated by the recipient, usually the web browser.
... 20 cross-origin resource sharing (cors) ajax, cors, cross-origin resource sharing, fetch, fetch api, http, http access controls, same-origin policy, security, xmlhttprequest, l10n:priority cross-origin resource sharing (cors) is a mechanism that uses additional http headers to tell browsers to give a web application running at one origin, access to selected resources from a different origin.
SVG documentation index - SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics
WebSVGIndex
found 383 pages: # page tags and summary 1 svg: scalable vector graphics 2d graphics, graphics, icons, images, reference, responsive design, svg, scalable graphics, scalable images, vector graphics, web, l10n:priority scalable vector graphics (svg) are an xml-based markup language for describing two-dimensional based vector graphics.xml 2 applying svg effects to html content css, guide, html, svg modern browsers support using svg within css styles to apply graphical effects to html content.
...in case of a conflict, the target attribute has priority, since it can express a wider range of values.
...many browsers support svg images in: 292 svg documentation index svg found 383 pages: 293 svg element reference drawing, elements, responsive design, svg, svg reference, vector graphics, l10n:priority svg drawings and images are created using a wide array of elements which are dedicated to the construction, drawing, and layout of vector images and diagrams.
Developing New Mozilla Features - Archive of obsolete content
it’s possible developers may not pay much attention to you because they believe your proposed feature is not a high priority, or is not wanted at all, or that you haven’t demonstrated that you understand the codebase and mozilla coding practices well enough for them to spend a lot of time with you.
...if so, and if your feature is not of general interest, prepare to be a low priority for a while.
Example Sticky Notes - Archive of obsolete content
*/ // your code goes here ]]></destructor> <field name="priority"><![cdata[ /** * new "real" property for the bound element.
...--> <handler event="click"><![cdata[ if (this.priority == 'normal') { this.priority = 'high'; this.setborder('2px solid red'); } else { this.priority = 'normal'; this.setborder('2px solid blue'); } var str = this.innertext + '\n\n'; str+= ('on ' + event.type + ' priority set to: ' + this.priority); window.alert(str); ]]></handler> <handler event="mouseover"><![cdata[ this.$bg = this.style.backgroundcolor || '#ffff00'; this.style.ba...
Index - Archive of obsolete content
ArchiveMozillaXULIndex
299 priority xul attributes, xul reference no summary!
... 801 priority xul properties, xul reference no summary!
Packet - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
priority this field indicates which packet should have higher priority over the others.
... the high priority queue is emptied more quickly than lower priority queues when the network is congested.
The business case for web performance - Learn web development
objective: to gain confidence in working with clients and management to get them to make web performance a priority.
... making performance a business priority we've discussed how prioritizing performance can improve user experience and therefore revenue.
Gecko Logging
debug designates lower priority information.
... trace designates very low priority, often extremely verbose, information.
HTMLIFrameElement.setVisible()
if the visible state is set to true, it means that the browser <iframe> should have high priority over the resources needed to render and handle its content.
... on the contrary, if its visible state is set to false, it has low priority over the resources it needs.
PR_AttachThread
syntax #include <pprthread.h> prthread* pr_attachthread( prthreadtype type, prthreadpriority priority, prthreadstack *stack); parameters pr_attachthread has the following parameters: type specifies that the thread is either a user thread (pr_user_thread) or a system thread (pr_system_thread).
... priority the priority to assign to the thread being attached.
PR_CreateThread
syntax #include <prthread.h> prthread* pr_createthread( prthreadtype type, void (*start)(void *arg), void *arg, prthreadpriority priority, prthreadscope scope, prthreadstate state, pruint32 stacksize); parameters pr_createthread has the following parameters: type specifies that the thread is either a user thread (pr_user_thread) or a system thread (pr_system_thread).
... priority the initial priority of the newly created thread.
PR_Initialize
the priority of the main (or primordial) thread is pr_priority_normal.
... the thread may adjust its own priority by using pr_setthreadpriority.
JS_SetNativeStackQuota
each kind of code may have a different stack quota, allowing embedders to keep higher-priority machinery running in the face of scripted stack exhaustion by something else.
...if 0 is passed for a given kind of code, it defaults to the value of the next-highest-priority kind.
nsIDNSService
resolve_priority_medium (1 << 2) the query is given medium priority.
... resolve_priority_low (1 << 3) the query is given lower priority.
nsIDocShell
this will give priority to loading the requested stream in the object implementing this interface.
...this will give priority to loading the requested uri in the object implementing this interface.
nsIJumpListBuilder
item insertion priority is defined as first to last added.
...tasks are given the highest priority of all lists when space is limited.
nsIMsgFilter
defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ search/ public/ nsimsgfilter.idl attributes type attribute nsmsgruleactiontype type; priority // target priority..
... throws an exception if the action is not priority attribute nsmsgpriorityvalue priority; targetfolderuri // target folder..
nsIMsgRuleAction
defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ search/ public/ nsimsgfilter.idl [scriptable, uuid(190a2a18-d245-473a-a402-9f0814598c7f)] interface nsimsgruleaction : nsisupports { attribute nsmsgruleactiontype type; // target priority..
... throws an exception if the action is not priority attribute nsmsgpriorityvalue priority; // target folder..
XPCOM Interface Reference
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...sixpconnectnsixsltexceptionnsixsltprocessornsixsltprocessorobsoletensixulappinfonsixulbrowserwindownsixulbuilderlistenernsixulruntimensixulsortservicensixultemplatebuildernsixultemplatequeryprocessornsixultemplateresultnsixulwindownsixmlrpcclientnsixmlrpcfaultnsizipentrynsizipreadernsizipreadercachensizipwriternsmsgfilterfileattribvaluensmsgfolderflagtypensmsgjunkstatusnsmsgkeynsmsglabelvaluensmsgpriorityvaluensmsgruleactiontypensmsgsearchattribnsmsgsearchopnsmsgsearchscopensmsgsearchtermnsmsgsearchtypevaluensmsgsearchvaluensmsgsearchwidgetvaluenspipromptservice see also interfaces grouped by function ...
Using COM from js-ctypes
tsource */ /* start ispvoice */ void* setoutput; void* getoutputobjecttoken; void* getoutputstream; void* pause; void* resume; void* setvoice; void* getvoice; hresult (__stdcall *speak)(struct myispvoice*, lpcwstr pwcs, dword dwflags, ulong* pulstreamnumber); void* speakstream; void* getstatus; void* skip; void* setpriority; void* getpriority; void* setalertboundary; void* getalertboundary; void* setrate; void* getrate; void* setvolume; void* getvolume; void* waituntildone; void* setsyncspeaktimeout; void* getsyncspeaktimeout; void* speakcompleteevent; void* isuisupported; void* displayui; /* end ispvoice */ }; int main(void) { if (succeeded(coinitialize(n...
...r_t }, { 'speak': ctypes.functiontype(callback_abi, hresult, // return [ ispvoice.ptr, lpcwstr, // *pwcs dword, // dwflags ulong // *pulstreamnumber ]).ptr }, { 'speakstream': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'getstatus': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'skip': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'setpriority': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'getpriority': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'setalertboundary': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'getalertboundary': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'setrate': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'getrate': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'setvolume': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'getvolume': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'waituntildone': ctypes.voidptr_t }, { 'setsyncspeaktimeout': ctypes.voidptr_t }, ...
Background Tasks API - Web APIs
use idle callbacks for tasks which don't have high priority.
... example in this example, we'll take a look at how you can use requestidlecallback() to run time-consuming, low-priority tasks during time the browser would otherwise be idle.
RTCIceCandidatePairStats - Web APIs
nominated optional a boolean value which, if true, indicates that the candidate pair described by this object is one which has been proposed for use, and will be (or was) used if its priority is the highest among the nominated candidate pairs.
... priority optional an integer value indicating the candidate pair's priority.
ARIA: figure role - Accessibility
examples we could extend the initial example on the page to also identify a paragraph that provides a descriptive label for the figure by referencing its id in aria-labelledby: <div role="figure" aria-labelledby="figure-1"> <img src="diagram.png" alt="diagram showing the four layers of awesome and their relative priority order — music, cats, nature, and ice cream"> <pre><code> let awesome = ['music', 'cats', 'nature', 'ice cream']; </code></pre> <p id="figure-1">figure 1: the four layers of awesome.</p> </div> best practices only use role="figure" if you have to — for example if you don't have control over your html but are able to improve accessibility dynamically after the fact with ...
...for example, our above example should be rewritten as follows: <figure> <img src="diagram.png" alt="diagram showing the four layers of awesome and their relative priority order — music, cats, nature, and ice cream"> <pre><code> let awesome = ['music', 'cats', 'nature', 'ice cream']; </code></pre> <figcaption>figure 1: the four layers of awesome.</figcaption> </figure> specifications specification status accessible rich internet applications (wai-aria) 1.1the definition of 'figure' in that specification.
border-style - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
in the case of table cell and border collapsing, the none value has the lowest priority: if any other conflicting border is set, it will be displayed.
...in the case of table cell and border collapsing, the hidden value has the highest priority: if any other conflicting border is set, it won't be displayed.
HTML attribute: rel - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
WebHTMLAttributesrel
external resource not allowed not allowed preload specifies that the user agent must preemptively fetch and cache the target resource for current navigation according to the potential destination given by the as attribute (and the priority associated with the corresponding destination).
... preload specifies that the user agent must preemptively fetch and cache the target resource for current navigation according to the potential destination given by the as attribute (and the priority associated with the corresponding destination).
HTML documentation index - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
WebHTMLIndex
found 237 pages: # page tags and summary 1 html: hypertext markup language html, html5, landing, web, l10n:priority html (hypertext markup language) is the most basic building block of the web.
... 54 html elements reference basic, element, html, reference, web, l10n:priority this page lists all the html elements, which are created using tags.
Preloading content with rel="preload" - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
in addition, browsers will give prefetch resources a lower priority than preload ones — the current page is more important than the next.
... <link rel="subresource"> was supported in chrome a while ago, and was intended to tackle the same issue as preload, but it had a problem: there was no way to work out a priority for the items (as didn't exist back then), so they all got fetched with fairly low priority.
Content negotiation - HTTP
the value is a q-factor list (e.g.: br, gzip;q=0.8) that indicates the priority of the encoding values.
... the default value identity is at the lowest priority (unless otherwise declared).
SVG Core Attributes - SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics
WebSVGAttributeCore
if both lang and xml:lang attribute are used, xml:lang has priority over lang.
...if both lang and xml:lang attribute are used, xml:lang has priority over lang.
additive - SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics
four elements are using this attribute: <animate>, <animatecolor>, <animatemotion>, and <animatetransform> usage notes value replace | sum default value replace animatable no sum specifies that the animation will add to the underlying value of the attribute and other lower priority animations.
... replace specifies that the animation will override the underlying value of the attribute and other lower priority animations.
dominant-baseline - SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics
that font baseline-table is chosen using the following priority order of baseline-table names: ideographic, alphabetic, hanging, mathematical.
...that font baseline-table is chosen using the following priority order of baseline-table names: alphabetic, ideographic, hanging, mathematical.
<xsl:template> - XSLT: Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations
WebXSLTElementtemplate
syntax <xsl:template match=pattern name=name mode=name priority=number> <xsl:param> [optional] template </xsl:template> required attributes none.
... priority specifies a numeric priority for this template.
SDK and XUL Comparison - Archive of obsolete content
compatibility although we can't promise we'll never break a high-level api, maintaining compatibility across firefox versions is a top priority for us.
Alerts and Notifications - Archive of obsolete content
var message = 'another pop-up blocked'; var box = gbrowser.getnotificationbox(); var notification = box.getnotificationwithvalue('popup-blocked'); if (notification) { notification.label = message; } else { var buttons = [{ label: 'button', accesskey: 'b', popup: 'blockedpopupoptions', callback: null }]; let priority = box.priority_warning_medium; box.appendnotification(message, 'popup-blocked', 'chrome://browser/skin/info.png', priority, buttons); } ...
Enhanced Extension Installation - Archive of obsolete content
it is possible to order install locations using the priority property on an install location object.
Connecting to Remote Content - Archive of obsolete content
note: security should be your number one priority when handling remote content.
User Notifications and Alerts - Archive of obsolete content
nb.appendnotification( message, "xulschoolhello-friend-notification", "chrome://xulschoolhello/skin/friend-notification.png", nb.priority_info_high, [ acceptbutton, declinebutton ]); all browser tabs have a notification box by default, so you don't need to do any overlaying.
Index of archived content - Archive of obsolete content
new security model for web services new skin notes overview of how downloads work plug-n-hack plug-n-hack get involved plug-n-hack phase1 plug-n-hack phase2 plug-n-hack tools supported plugin architecture porting nspr to unix platforms priority content prism blogposts build bundlelibrary bundles configuration extensions faq hostwindow installer scripting styling proxy ui pydom rdf api rdf datasource how-to ...
Table Layout Strategy - Archive of obsolete content
fine fix_adj 5 // fixed width + padding due to col spans #define pct 6 // percent width of cell or col #define pct_adj 7 // percent width of cell or col from percent colspan #define min_pro 8 // desired width due to proportional <col>s or cols attribute #define final 9 // width after the table has been balanced, considering all of the others the priority of allocations for columns is as follows: max(min_con, min_adj) max (pct, pct_adj) fix fix_adj max(des_con, des_adj), but use min_pro if present for a fixed width table, the column may get more space if the sum of the col allocations is insufficient column width info columns get their width information from style info <col width="200px"> and from the cells that belong into this column.
Tamarin Build System Documentation - Archive of obsolete content
if buildbot is busy the queue is displayed http://tamarin-builds.mozilla.org/build_trigger/requestbuild.cfm the submitter of a sandbox build may remove a build request by clicking on the cancel button tamarin-redux builds are higher priority than sandbox builds, they cannot be removed but the most checkin including all new checkins are built how can i run buildbot scripts locally?
Using addresses of stack variables with NSPR threads on win16 - Archive of obsolete content
ta*)arg; while (--shared->counter > 0) pr_waitcondvar(shared->cv, pr_interval_no_timeout); return; } /* forkedthread */ printn main(printn argc, char **argv) { prthread *thread; shareddata shared; shared.ml = pr_newlock(); shared.cv = pr_newcondvar(shared.ml); shared.counter = 10; thread = pr_createthread( pr_user_thread, forkedthread, &shared, pr_priority_normal, pr_local_thread, pr_joinable_thread, 0); do { pr_sleep(pr_secondstointerval(1)); pr_lock(shared.ml); if (0 == shared.counter) break; pr_notifycondvar(shared.cv); pr_unlock(shared.ml); } while (pr_true); rv = pr_jointhread(thread); return (pr_success == rv) ?
notification.type - Archive of obsolete content
« xul reference home type type: one of the values below indicates the type of notification, determined from the priority.
Attribute (XUL) - Archive of obsolete content
npopupshowing onpopupshown onsearchcomplete onselect ontextcommand ontextentered ontextrevert ontextreverted onunload onwizardback onwizardcancel onwizardfinish onwizardnext open ordinal orient pack pageid pageincrement pagestep parent parsetype persist persistence phase pickertooltiptext placeholder popup position predicate preference preference-editable primary priority properties querytype readonly ref rel removeelement resizeafter resizebefore rows screenx screeny searchbutton searchsessions searchlabel selected selectedindex seltype setfocus showcaret showcommentcolumn showpopup size sizemode sizetopopup smoothscroll sort sortactive sortdirection sortresource sortresource2 spellcheck src state statedatasource statusbar stat...
Property - Archive of obsolete content
monthleadingzero name next nomatch notificationshidden object observes onfirstpage onlastpage open ordinal orient pack pagecount pageid pageincrement pageindex pagestep parentcontainer palette persist persistence placeholder pmindicator popup popupboxobject popupopen position predicate preferenceelements preferencepanes preferences priority radiogroup readonly readonly ref resource resultspopup scrollboxobject scrollincrement scrollheight scrollwidth searchbutton searchcount searchlabel searchparam searchsessions second secondleadingzero securityui selected selectedbrowser selectedcount selectedindex selecteditem selecteditems selectedpanel selectedtab selectionend selections...
Multiple Rule Example - Archive of obsolete content
if you reversed the order of the two rules in the example above, three photos would still be displayed, but the larger rule that displays the image details would be dropped as the other rule has a higher priority.
Open and Save Dialogs - Archive of obsolete content
the order you add them determines their priority.
Archived Mozilla and build documentation - Archive of obsolete content
porting nspr to unix platforms last modified 16 july 1998 priority content update: i've removed documents from this list that have been migrated into the wiki.
Extentsions FAQ - Archive of obsolete content
the list of "known" properties is: junkscore junkscoreorigin label priority keywords.
NPP_DestroyStream - Archive of obsolete content
npres_user_break: user canceled stream directly by clicking the stop button or indirectly by some action such as deleting the instance or initiating higher-priority network operations.
NPP_URLNotify - Archive of obsolete content
npres_user_break: user canceled stream directly by clicking the stop button or indirectly by some action such as deleting the instance or initiating higher-priority network operations.
Reference - Archive of obsolete content
if downloading the stuff is your priority you are free to field ideas/concept to the devmo mailing list for discussion, and then actually code it (or find someone to do so).
Fixing Incorrectly Sized List Item Markers - Archive of obsolete content
in situations where validation is a priority, segregate the rule into a separate stylesheet so that the rule will not confuse css validators run against the main stylesheet.
Efficient animation for web games - Game development
to begin with, the priority was to write the code quickly to iterate on gameplay (and we’d certainly recommend doing this).
Privileged - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
users are said to be privileged when they are granted additional rights to a system, or given ultimate access to content in a higher priority level when compared to normal users.
XInclude - MDN Web Docs Glossary: Definitions of Web-related terms
ontrol', 'no-cache'); if (accept) { request.setrequestheader('accept', accept); } if (acceptlanguage) { request.setrequestheader('accept-language', acceptlanguage); } switch (parse) { case 'text': // priority should be on media type: var contenttype = request.getresponseheader('content-type'); //text/xml; charset="utf-8" // send to get headers first?
What is accessibility? - Learn web development
this sounds serious, but really you just need to consider accessibility as the main priority of your web development practices, as outlined above.
CSS FAQ - Learn web development
LearnCSSHowtoCSS FAQ
it is important to remember that a rule applied to a descendent overrides the style of the parent, in spite of any specificity or priority of css rules.
What is a Domain Name? - Learn web development
you can renew your right, and your renewal has priority over other people's applications.
Introduction to client-side frameworks - Learn web development
if your priority is to make a complex web app, it's easy to do that.
Working with Svelte stores - Learn web development
we can declare a region that contains dynamic content that should be announced by assistive technologies with the aria-live property followed by the politeness setting, which is used to set the priority with which screen readers should handle updates to that regions.
Strategies for carrying out testing - Learn web development
if you are creating some kind of company intranet for delivering sales figures to managers, and all the managers have been provided with windows phones for example, you will probably want to make mobile ie support a priority.
Accessibility API cross-reference
n/a accessible_active_descendant_property aria-activedescendant critical info to convey immediately alert_high n/a n/a aria-live=assertive info that's important, but does not require immediacy alert_medium n/a n/a aria-live=polite low-priority info such as a tip or hint alert_low n/a n/a n/a this object is changing or moving rapidly animated n/a n/a n/a indicates that the user input is currently directed to that object and it is "armed for selection." example: a highlighted menu item or a pressed push button.
Gecko info for Windows accessibility vendors
mozilla's svg project has been through several stalls and rebirths -- svg will probably become more of a priority if other well known browsers support it.
ZoomText
issues for ai squared, from high to low priority docreader and appreader don't respect the structure of the document -- no support for columns.
What to do and what not to do in Bugzilla
priority/target milestone as stated in the bugzilla etiquette, you must not change the target milestone and priority fields.
Gecko Keypress Event
because numerals are common in short cuts, the numeral from the key should be considered as a low priority shortcut key candidate (bug 429219).
Hacking with Bonsai
if you are on the hook, your top priority is to be available to the build team to fix bustages.
IME handling guide
notify_ime_of_text_change, notify_ime_of_selection_change, notify_ime_of_position_change and notify_ime_of_composition_event_handled are always sent by following order: notify_ime_of_text_change notify_ime_of_selection_change notify_ime_of_position_change notify_ime_of_composition_event_handled if sending one of above notifications causes higher priority notification, the sender should abort to send remaning notifications and restart from highet priority notification again.
AddonType
uipriority integer a number used to determine the order of types displayed in the user interface.
Profiling with the Firefox Profiler
note that high priority events such as vsync are not included here.
PR_Sleep
calling pr_sleep with the value of ticks set to pr_interval_no_wait simply surrenders the processor to ready threads of the same priority.
Process Initialization
implicit initialization assumes that the initiator is the primordial thread and that the thread is a user thread of normal priority.
Encrypt Decrypt MAC Keys As Session Objects
for intermediate header file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".header" */ strcpy(headerfilename, infilename); strcat(headerfilename, ".header"); /* for intermediate encrypted file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".enc" */ strcpy(encryptedfilename, infilename); strcat(encryptedfilename, ".enc"); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); switch (cmd) { case encrypt: /* if the intermediate header file already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(headerfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { pr_delete(headerfilename); } /* if the intermediate encrypted already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(encryptedfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { ...
Encrypt and decrypt MAC using token
for intermediate header file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".header" */ strcpy(headerfilename, infilename); strcat(headerfilename, ".header"); /* for intermediate encrypted file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".enc" */ strcpy(encryptedfilename, infilename); strcat(encryptedfilename, ".enc"); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); switch (cmd) { case encrypt: /* if the intermediate header file already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(headerfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { pr_delete(headerfilename); } /* if the intermediate encrypted already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(encryptedfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { ...
Enc Dec MAC Output Public Key as CSR
/* for intermediate header file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".header" */ strcpy(headerfilename, progname); strcat(headerfilename, ".header"); /* for intermediate encrypted file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".enc" */ strcpy(encryptedfilename, progname); strcat(encryptedfilename, ".enc"); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); /* open db for read/write and authenticate to it.
Enc Dec MAC Using Key Wrap CertReq PKCS10 CSR
truststr = strdup(optstate->value); break; case 'v': sigverify = pr_true; break; default: usage(progname); break; } } pl_destroyoptstate(optstate); if (cmd == unknown || !dbdir) usage(progname); /* open db for read/write and authenticate to it */ pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); initialized = pr_true; rv = nss_initreadwrite(dbdir); if (rv != secsuccess) { pr_fprintf(pr_stderr, "nss_initreadwrite failed\n"); goto cleanup; } pk11_setpasswordfunc(getmodulepassword); slot = pk11_getinternalkeyslot(); if (pk11_needlogin(slot)) { rv = pk11_authenticate(slot, pr_true, &pwdata); if (rv != secsucce...
Encrypt Decrypt_MAC_Using Token
for intermediate header file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".header" */ strcpy(headerfilename, infilename); strcat(headerfilename, ".header"); /* for intermediate encrypted file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".enc" */ strcpy(encryptedfilename, infilename); strcat(encryptedfilename, ".enc"); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); switch (cmd) { case encrypt: /* if the intermediate header file already exists, delete it.
NSS Sample Code Sample_2_Initialization of NSS
tstate->value); break; case 'p': plainpass = strdup(optstate->value); break; case 'f': pwfile = strdup(optstate->value); break; default: usage(progname); break; } } pl_destroyoptstate(optstate); if (!dbdir) usage(progname); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); /* create the database */ rv = nss_initreadwrite(dbdir); if (rv != secsuccess) { pr_fprintf(pr_stderr, "nss_initialize failed"); pr_cleanup(); exit(rv); } if (pl_strcmp(slotname, "internal") == 0) slot = pk11_getinternalkeyslot(); /* if creating new database, initialize the password.
NSS Sample Code Sample_3_Basic Encryption and MACing
for intermediate header file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".header" */ strcpy(headerfilename, infilename); strcat(headerfilename, ".header"); /* for intermediate encrypted file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".enc" */ strcpy(encryptedfilename, infilename); strcat(encryptedfilename, ".enc"); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); switch (cmd) { case encrypt: /* if the intermediate header file already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(headerfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { pr_delete(headerfilename); } /* if the intermediate encrypted already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(encryptedfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { ...
Initialize NSS database - sample 2
tstate->value); break; case 'p': plainpass = strdup(optstate->value); break; case 'f': pwfile = strdup(optstate->value); break; default: usage(progname); break; } } pl_destroyoptstate(optstate); if (!dbdir) usage(progname); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); /* create the database */ rv = nss_initreadwrite(dbdir); if (rv != secsuccess) { pr_fprintf(pr_stderr, "nss_initialize failed"); pr_cleanup(); exit(rv); } if (pl_strcmp(slotname, "internal") == 0) slot = pk11_getinternalkeyslot(); /* if creating new database, initialize the password.
EncDecMAC using token object - sample 3
eturn secfailure; } pr_close(infile); /* for intermediate header file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".header" */ strcpy(headerfilename, infilename); strcat(headerfilename, ".header"); /* for intermediate encrypted file, choose filename as inputfile name with extension ".enc" */ strcpy(encryptedfilename, infilename); strcat(encryptedfilename, ".enc"); pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); switch (cmd) { case encrypt: /* if the intermediate header file already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(headerfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { pr_delete(headerfilename); } /* if the intermediate encrypted already exists, delete it */ if (pr_access(encryptedfilename, pr_access_exists) == pr_success) { pr_delete(encryptedfilename); } /* open db for read/write and authenti...
sample2
= pr_true; break; case 'm': serialnumberstr = strdup(optstate->value); serialnumber = atoi(serialnumberstr); break; case 't': truststr = strdup(optstate->value); break; case 'v': sigverify = pr_true; break; default: usage(progname); break; } } pl_destroyoptstate(optstate); if (cmd == unknown || !dbdir) usage(progname); /* open db for read/write and authenticate to it */ pr_init(pr_user_thread, pr_priority_normal, 0); initialized = pr_true; rv = nss_initreadwrite(dbdir); if (rv != secsuccess) { pr_fprintf(pr_stderr, "nss_initreadwrite failed\n"); goto cleanup; } pk11_setpasswordfunc(getmodulepassword); slot = pk11_getinternalkeyslot(); if (pk11_needlogin(slot)) { rv = pk11_authenticate(slot, pr_true, &pwdata); if (rv != secsuccess) { pr_fprintf(pr_stderr, "could not authenticate to token %s.\n", pk...
PKCS11 FAQ
MozillaProjectsNSSPKCS11FAQ
there are a number of bugs against softoken's non-compliance, but these bugs have lower priority than fixing nss's non-complient uses of pkcs #11 or adding new features to nss.
Redis Tips
event logging lists, zsets, pubsub queues lists (rpush, blpop, blpoprpush, etc.) priority queues zsets membership sets, bitstrings state hashes heartbeats zsets hit counters zsets message broadcast pubsub search reverse indexes (never use keys in production) documentation redis has fantastic documentation.
Mork
MozillaTechMork
next is the status column (s), which is defined as a single digit that is the priority (which appears to be unused), a 'u' if it is unique (i.e., the only table of its kind), and a 'v' if it is verbose (which also appears to be unused).
nsICommandLineHandler
by convention, handlers with ordinary priority should begin with "m".
nsIMsgCompFields
(bug 249530) newsgroups astring newshost char * newsposturl char * organization astring otherrandomheaders astring no longer exists - see https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mozilla.dev.apps.thunderbird/s4ofmm8_b28 priority char * receiptheadertype print32 references char * replyto astring securityinfo nsisupports subject astring templatename astring temporaryfiles char * obsolete temporaryfiles obsolete, do not use anymore to astring usemultipartalternative prbool...
nsIMsgSearchTerm
dsgrouping attribute boolean endsgrouping; methods matchrfc822string boolean matchrfc822string(in string astring, in string charset, in boolean charsetoverride); matchrfc2047string boolean matchrfc2047string(in string astring, in string charset, in boolean charsetoverride); matchdate boolean matchdate(in prtime atime); matchstatus boolean matchstatus(in unsigned long astatus); matchpriority boolean matchpriority(in nsmsgpriorityvalue priority); matchage boolean matchage(in prtime days); matchsize boolean matchsize(in unsigned long size); matchlabel boolean matchlabel(in nsmsglabelvalue alabelvalue); matchjunkstatus boolean matchjunkstatus(in string ajunkscore); matchjunkpercent /* * test search term match for junkpercent * * @param ajunkpercent junkpercent for me...
nsIMsgSearchValue
attribute astring str; attribute nsmsgpriorityvalue priority; attribute prtime date; // see nsmsgmessageflags.idl and nsmsgfolderflags.idl attribute unsigned long status; attribute unsigned long size; attribute nsmsgkey msgkey; attribute long age; // in days attribute nsimsgfolder folder; attribute nsmsglabelvalue label; attribute nsmsgjunkstatus junkstatus; /* * junkpercent is set by the message ...
nsIWebNavigation
this will give priority to loading the requested uri in the object implementing this interface.
nsMsgRuleActionType
7696-1e28-4642-a400-fa327ae0b8d8)] interface nsmsgfilteraction { /* if you change these, you need to update filter.properties, look for filteractionx */ /* these longs are all actually of type nsmsgfilteractiontype */ const long custom=-1; /* see nsmsgfilteraction */ const long none=0; /* uninitialized state */ const long movetofolder=1; const long changepriority=2; const long delete=3; const long markread=4; const long killthread=5; const long watchthread=6; const long markflagged=7; const long label=8; const long reply=9; const long forward=10; const long stopexecution=11; const long deletefrompop3server=12; const long leaveonpop3server=13; const long junkscore=14; const long fetchbodyfrompop3server=15...
nsMsgSearchAttrib
rface nsmsgsearchattrib { const nsmsgsearchattribvalue custom = -2; /* a custom term, see nsimsgsearchcustomterm */ const nsmsgsearchattribvalue default = -1; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue subject = 0; /* mail and news */ const nsmsgsearchattribvalue sender = 1; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue body = 2; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue date = 3; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue priority = 4; /* mail only */ const nsmsgsearchattribvalue msgstatus = 5; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue to = 6; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue cc = 7; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue toorcc = 8; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue alladdresses = 9; const nsmsgsearchattribvalue location = 10; /* result list only */ const nsmsgsearchattribvalue messagekey = 11; /* messa...
nsMsgSearchOp
st nsmsgsearchopvalue doesntcontain = 1; const nsmsgsearchopvalue is = 2; /* is and isn't also apply to some non-text attrs */ const nsmsgsearchopvalue isnt = 3; const nsmsgsearchopvalue isempty = 4; const nsmsgsearchopvalue isbefore = 5; /* for date attributes */ const nsmsgsearchopvalue isafter = 6; const nsmsgsearchopvalue ishigherthan = 7; /* for priority.
nsMsgSearchTerm
%{c++ #define is_string_attribute(_a) \ (!(_a == nsmsgsearchattrib::priority || _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::date || \ _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::msgstatus || _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::messagekey || \ _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::size || _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::ageindays || \ _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::folderinfo || _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::location || \ _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::label || _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::junkstatus || \ _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::folderflag || _a == nsmsgsearchattrib::uint32hd...
nsMsgSearchValue
defined in comm-central/ mailnews/ base/ search/ public/ nsmsgsearchcore.idl use this to specify the value of a search term [ptr] native nsmsgsearchvalue(nsmsgsearchvalue); %{c++ typedef struct nsmsgsearchvalue { nsmsgsearchattribvalue attribute; union { nsmsgpriorityvalue priority; prtime date; pruint32 msgstatus; /* see msg_flag in msgcom.h */ pruint32 size; nsmsgkey key; print32 age; /* in days */ nsimsgfolder *folder; nsmsglabelvalue label; pruint32 junkstatus; pruint32 junkpercent; } u; char *string; } nsmsgsearchvalue; ...
XPCOM Interface Reference by grouping
r nsiabstractworker data nsiarray nsicategorymanager nsicollection nsidictionary nsimutablearray nsisimpleenumerator nsisupportschar nsisupportsdouble nsisupportsfloat nsisupportsid nsisupportsinterfacepointer nsisupportsprbool nsisupportsprimitive nsisupportsprint16 nsisupportsprint32 nsisupportsprint64 nsisupportspriority nsisupportsprtime nsisupportspruint16 nsisupportspruint32 nsisupportspruint64 nsisupportspruint8 nsisupportsstring nsisupportsvoid nsisupportsweakreference nsivariant do not use nsienumerator nsiinprocesscontentframemessagemanager nsiscriptableio nsixpcscriptable future nsixmlhttprequestupload obsolete nsixmlrpccl...
nsIMsgSearchValue
attribute astring str; attribute nsmsgpriorityvalue priority; attribute prtime date; // see nsmsgmessageflags.idl and nsmsgfolderflags.idl attribute unsigned long status; attribute unsigned long size; attribute nsmsgkey msgkey; attribute long age; // in days attribute nsimsgfolder folder; attribute nsmsglabelvalue label; attribute nsmsgjunkstatus junkstatus; /* * junkpercent is set by the message ...
nsMsgMessageFlags
priorities 0x0000e000 the set of bits that indicate the priority.
nsMsgSearchOpValue
doesntcontain = 1; 152 const nsmsgsearchopvalue is = 2; /* is and isn't also apply to some non-text attrs */ 153 const nsmsgsearchopvalue isnt = 3; 154 const nsmsgsearchopvalue isempty = 4; 155 156 const nsmsgsearchopvalue isbefore = 5; /* for date attributes */ 157 const nsmsgsearchopvalue isafter = 6; 158 159 const nsmsgsearchopvalue ishigherthan = 7; /* for priority.
nsMsgViewSortType
last changed in gecko 1.9 (firefox 3) constants name value description bynone 0x11 not sorted bydate 0x12 bysubject 0x13 byauthor 0x14 byid 0x15 bythread 0x16 bypriority 0x17 bystatus 0x18 bysize 0x19 byflagged 0x1a byunread 0x1b byrecipient 0x1c bylocation 0x1d bytags 0x1e byjunkstatus 0x1f byattachments 0x20 byaccount 0x21 bycustom 0x22 byreceived 0x23 ...
Constants - Plugins
npres_user_break 2 user canceled stream directly by clicking the stop button or indirectly by some action such as deleting the instance or initiating higher-priority network operations.
Streams - Plugins
npres_user_break: the user canceled the stream directly by clicking the stop button or indirectly by some action, such as by deleting the instance or initiating higher-priority network operations.
Use the Inspector API - Firefox Developer Tools
layout-change "low-priority change event for things like paint and resize." ...
CSSStyleDeclaration - Web APIs
methods cssstyledeclaration.getpropertypriority() returns the optional priority, "important".
EffectTiming.fill - Web APIs
WebAPIEffectTimingfill
this is because animations take priority in the css cascade over normal author styles.
ElementCSSInlineStyle.style - Web APIs
the style property has the same (and highest) priority in the css cascade as an inline style declaration set via the style attribute.
Recommended Drag Types - Web APIs
these types should be added afterward so that the more specific application/x-moz-file type has higher priority.
RTCIceCandidate.RTCIceCandidate() - Web APIs
the following fields are initialized to null if they are not included in the rtcicecandidate.candidate property: foundation, component, priority , ip, protocol, port, type, tcptype, relatedaddress, and relatedport.
RTCIceCandidate.type - Web APIs
these candidate types are listed in order of priority; the higher in the list they are, the more efficient they are.
RTCIceCandidate - Web APIs
priority read only a long integer value indicating the candidate's priority.
RTCIceCandidatePairStats.nominated - Web APIs
note: if more than one candidate pair are nominated at the same time, the one whose priority is higher will be selected for use.
RTCIceCandidatePairStats.state - Web APIs
each time a candidate pair is done being checked, the next-highest priority candidate pair remaining on the check list moves from the waiting state to the in-progress state, and its check begins.
RTCIceCandidateStats - Web APIs
priority optional the candidate's priority, corresponding to rtcicecandidate.priority.
RTCIceCandidateType - Web APIs
values these candidate types are listed in order of priority; the higher in the list they are, the more efficient they are.
RTCRtpSendParameters - Web APIs
priority a string from the rtcprioritytype enumerated type which indicates the encoding's priority.
RTCRtpSender.setParameters() - Web APIs
priority a string from the rtcprioritytype enumerated type which indicates the encoding's priority.
RTCStatsIceCandidatePairState - Web APIs
waiting this pair has not yet been checked, but the check can be performed as soon as this pair is the highest priority pair remaining in the waiting state.
Introduction to the Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP) - Web APIs
the real-time transport protocol (rtp), defined in rfc 3550, is an ietf standard protocol to enable real-time connectivity for exchanging data that needs real-time priority.
Controlling multiple parameters with ConstantSourceNode - Web APIs
affected audioparam one at a time, but there are two drawbacks to doing it that way: first, that's extra code that, as you're about to see, you don't have to write; and second, that loop uses valuable cpu time on your thread (likely the main thread), and there's a way to offload all that work to the audio rendering thread, which is optimized for this kind of work and may run at a more appropriate priority level than your code.
window.requestIdleCallback() - Web APIs
this enables developers to perform background and low priority work on the main event loop, without impacting latency-critical events such as animation and input response.
WindowOrWorkerGlobalScope.queueMicrotask() - Web APIs
this lets your code run without interfering with any other, potentially higher priority, code that is pending, but before the browser regains control over the execution context, potentially depending on work you need to complete.
WindowOrWorkerGlobalScope - Web APIs
this lets your code run without interfering with other, possibly higher priority, code, but before the browser runtime regains control, potentially depending upon the work you need to complete.
ARIA live regions - Accessibility
aria-live: the aria-live=politeness_setting is used to set the priority with which screen reader should treat updates to live regions - the possible settings are: off, polite or assertive.
Implementing a Microsoft Active Accessibility (MSAA) Server - Accessibility
there is always a belated new version due around corner, after which you will be promised to be the next priority.
CSS Grid Layout and Accessibility - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
if a user is scrolling through a long document on mobile, the priorities for that user quite often map to what should be a priority in the source.
The stacking context - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
html elements occupy this space in priority order based on element attributes.
Specificity - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
by indicating one or more elements before the element you're selecting, the rule becomes more specific and gets higher priority: <div id="test"> <span>text</span> </div> div#test span { color: green; } div span { color: blue; } span { color: red; } no matter the order, text will be green because that rule is most specific.
color-adjust - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
any options the user agent offers the user to allow them to control the use of color and images will take priority over the value of color-adjust.
flex-basis - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
note: in case both flex-basis (other than auto) and width (or height in case of flex-direction: column) are set for an element, flex-basis has priority.
font-family - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
the font-family property specifies a list of fonts, from highest priority to lowest.
z-index - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets
WebCSSz-index
syntax /* keyword value */ z-index: auto; /* <integer> values */ z-index: 0; z-index: 3; z-index: 289; z-index: -1; /* negative values to lower the priority */ /* global values */ z-index: inherit; z-index: initial; z-index: unset; the z-index property is specified as either the keyword auto or an <integer>.
Optimization and performance - Developer guides
making web performance a priority by considering web performance throughout the development process is important in ensuring users get the best user experience possible.
HTML attribute reference - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
importance <iframe>, <img>, <link>, <script> indicates the relative fetch priority for the resource.
<a>: The Anchor element - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
WebHTMLElementa
if content-disposition has a different filename than download, the header takes priority.
lang - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
even if the lang attribute is set, it may not be taken into account, as the xml:lang attribute has priority.
Global attributes - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
xml:lang has priority over it.
Link types - HTML: Hypertext Markup Language
<link> <a>, <area>, <form> modulepreload initiates early (and high-priority) loading of module scripts.
Grouping operator ( ) - JavaScript
syntax ( ) description the grouping operator consists of a pair of parentheses around an expression or sub-expression to override the normal operator precedence so that expressions with lower precedence can be evaluated before an expression with higher priority.
Critical rendering path - Web Performance
then you can determine whether it should be an optimization priority.
Populating the page: how browsers work - Web Performance
as this happens, the preload scanner will parse through the content available and request high priority resources like css, javascript, and web fonts.
Web Performance
here are no clear set rules as to what constitutes a slow pace when loading pages, but there are specific guidelines for indicating content will load (1 second), idling (50ms), animating (16.7s) and responding to user input (50 to 200ms).the business case for web performanceyou know web performance is important, but how do you convince clients and management to invest in performance and make it a priority.
Mobile first - Progressive web apps (PWAs)
} google searches and mobile preference since april 21, 2015, google's algorithm gives pages that display well on mobile devices priority over those that do not on searches made from mobile devices.
xlink:show - SVG: Scalable Vector Graphics
in case of a conflict, the target attribute has priority, since it can express a wider range of values.