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The rules to determine which countries are on or off course are established with extensive technical input from WHO and UNICEF. The Global Nutrition Report employs the monitoring rules and classification of progress towards achieving the six nutrition targets proposed by the WHO/UNICEF Technical Expert Advisory Group on Nutrition Monitoring (TEAM). The methodology and rules to track maternal, infant and young child nutrition targets were revised in 2017 by WHO and UNICEF to improve the quality of nutrition target monitoring.
NCD Risk Factor Collaboration. Values for 2000 to 2016 are published online. -downloads.html. Accessed 24 August 2021. Projected values for 2019 were provided directly to the Global Nutrition Report by NCD Risk Factor Collaboration.
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Some watches that support the Golf activity are not preloaded with golf course maps. For these watches, golf courses are downloaded, installed, and updated through the Garmin Connect app instead of Garmin Express. For further information on how the process works, see - Downloading Golf Courses to Your Watch Using the Garmin Connect App.
If the watch connection is not stable with the Garmin Connect app, the courses downloaded will not transfer over to the watch. The same will occur if you are only seeing the course from the last round you played on the watch, since it caches the last course that was selected. You can check the connection status in the Garmin Devices section of the Garmin Connect app.
Ever since the last update, every time I download something on Firefox this download tab pops up every time when the new download is complete.Ive tried disabling every extension, Ive tried the about:config solution I found on this page, setting it to \"false\" and I havent been able to find anything in tools or settings.. but nothing disables it and its getting annoying. Ive had Firefox for years and this has never happened before.
I've been experiencing this since one of the recent updates. After I download one item, the panel opens to tell me the download is done, but when I'm done with the panel, it will randomly appear again (repeatedly), until I restart firefox.
I also experience download panel appearing at the end of a successful download (which is ok) and then out-of-the-blue again and again, when nothing is downloading. It is very distracting and confusing, so for now I decided to switch it off completly. I am using Linux, Fedora 36 to be exact.
This \"feature\" is why I'm still on 97.0.2. Maybe I'll update and try the fix eventually. And, of course, when I downgraded (upgraded) it \"conveniently\" couldn't keep my profile info, despite nothing having changed and only being a very minor downgrade, and of course there was no issue using it from 97 to 98. So I had to jump through a bunch of hoops just to get it to stop doing this annoying behavior. When changes like this are made, it needs to be made very clear how to adjust it. Doing stuff like that is driving people away, not bringing them in.
FWIW, here's another dissatisfied user wondering who conceived of this, who approved it, and why there isn't a toggle for it in the right-click popup of the download toolbar entry (defaulting to OFF, of course, because nobody but a mother can love a UI widget which continually gets in the way). It's not only a tremendous annoyance which needs to be removed or made easier to disable, but it hinders use of certain web pages. e.g. in Google Photos, when individually selecting and downloading multiple images, this popup keeps blocking my access to the image i'd like to select for download, forcing me to click it out of the way between every image before doing what i'm trying to do.
This \"feature\" is a total failure and should of course not be enabled by default. it is annoying, it is an obstacle that interferes with the workflow.If there is a need for such a thing (to have the downloads list automatically available for click), the chrome solution (the bottom downloads banner or whatever it is called) is better. Copy that, there is no shame in that. Or is it copyrighted or something
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