Hi, I'm amazed by how the game managed to mix action with the isometric view and Diablo-like style, but sometimes it feels unresponsive. After long hours I think I narrowed the problem to the fact that keypress are being ignored if done while the character is busy, like when:
The solution is simple, make the game record every keypress and delay their action until the character is done with any previous action if the keypress was done during another action. This way we will even 'queue' skills and be able to assertively make combos/skill sequences.
Long time H3VR player, and firearms enthusiast here! I recently realized, that despite our plethora of AR-15 variants (Thanks Anton!), I don't believe there are currently any AR-15 variants or derivatives in intermediate catridges that have folding stocks. While I know Anton is hesitant to add any more AR-15 variants, I was curious what his thoughts on more... derivative models would be?
May I present the LR-300!
A heavily modified AR-15 derivative, which uses a modified DI system that removed the need for a buffer tube, and thus, allows use of a folding stock! I think adding this gun (or one like it, more on that in a moment) would fill a niche that is currently lacking in guns.
Alternatively, maybe you'd prefer something in a short stroke, gas piston flavor? More tacticool? How about a Sig Sauer MCX?... keep reading on reddit ➡
This is a pet peeve of mine but it drives me nuts every time it happens:
I'll be streaming something on my phone on WiFi at original quality and have a big old buffer built up... I then step outside and switch to cellular and Plex decides to scrap it's buffer and give me potato quality instead.
I get the need to check for a better stream after a network change IF you've been transcoding to a lower quality, but if I'm playing at Original quality then it should ALWAYS keep the buffer. Am I wrong?
Thanks for attending my Grumpy TED Talk.
Im doing an experiment with an undergrad. I leave a note to tell him to get some 10x buffer from the cold room after his lunch so we can continue the experiment.
I come back from my own lunch and i start preparing the reagents for the experiment, no buffer yet, so i think maybe hes not back from lunch.
I wait for another 15 minutes and i realise he probably can't find it. So I go off looking for him. I meet him coming down the corridor with a trolly with a load of bottles. I ask him what hes doing and he says he could only find 8 of them.
Was actually so stupid i had to laugh, he didnt know why i was laughing and asked me what was so funny. Then i realised i hadnt actually explained what a 10x buffer was so it was my fault anyway, and felt bad for laughing. I would have made the same mistake too.
I have been troubleshooting a lag issue I've been experiencing since the last patch. It has made the game 100% unplayable.
The game is fine for the first 30-60 seconds then it seems to go just out of sync and feels like i have 300ping, however i have a steady ping of 30-40.
I've run WinMTR against the servers im connecting to. Seems fine with no packet loss bar the odd 1 packet which can be expected on the internet
Packet caps show a steady flow of udp packets back and forth.p
Then i noticed when going through the different F11 options in Rocket league i seen the one with the graphs showing input buffer
About 40 seconds after joining a game (this was a casual game so it was part way through) if you take a look at the second image there - right at the start of the graph i get a big but quick lag spike, then my Input Buffer is borked for the remainder of... keep reading on reddit ➡
I have setup a server with Ubuntu 18.04. Using HP HW-raid, with 1gb cache onboard the raid controller. Have setup nfs-kernel-server. The array i want to use has been mounted with the realtime flag in fstab.
UUID=3cd1a9b4-b80e-4de9-9de3-068c6039069d /mnt/array-b ext4 rw,relatime,stripe=128,data=ordered 0 0
/etc/exports is using the sync flag.
And still, when i transfer a 10GB file over the 10Gbit network, i see ram is filling up, and the transfer is over way faster than what the disks can write.
Am i doing something wrong? We need this to write to the disks and/or cache, not ram, as this server is going to host VM-disks, and in case of a power failure we cannot have dataloss due to data beeing buffered in ram.
I cant for the life of me get rid of buffering. Will buffer on low BW channels sometimes as well. I have Spectrum 400. 16x8 700mbps router(ac1600)/ modem. Please help. Works perfectly on phone tablet etc... the firestick is my problem. Have expressvpn even without it buffers.
I'm on multiple private trackers, and I can see that I got buffer of 450 GB on some of them. What does that mean?
This is one issue that I see so often around here and have expereinced myself many times... the dreaded buffering problems. Even when you're talking 1Gb connections, powerful server etc. Is it really that difficult to reserve enough of a memory buffer on the client side to prevent video pausing? I fully understand that a file with an average bitrate of 10Mbit can jump to 3 or 4 times that during an action scene but that's what local memory buffers are for. Even assuming some scenes hit 50Mbit that's only 6.5MB/sec so even a paltry 100MB reserve buffer would give you over 15 seconds of buffer for a sustained 50Mbit scene. For 1080p material that should be more than enough to cover even extreme cases. Are there really any clients that don't have enough ram to set aside 100MB of memory? Even the Roku sticks have 512MB don't they?
In my own experience I have most often seen this with Roku streaming sticks used both locally and remote. Powerful server, hardwired 1Gb LAN, 1Gb internet for b... keep reading on reddit ➡
My PwK start date is the 14th of March. Since I have few days before it starts I wanted to perfect the Buffer Overflow side of things. So I looked at suggestions and was able to solve Vulnhub’s Brainpan and applications such as SLMail, FreeFloat and Miniwebserver. I already had some knowledge of writing Buffer Overflow Exploits, so that helped. But I tried Savant Webserver and I’m stuck after being able to corrupt the EIP, there’s no space available after the EIP to store shellcode, I’ll need an environment variable to store it I guess. So here are my questions Firstly, How do I learn what’s required for the OSCP before my lab time starts? And is there anything available in video format(I feel like I learn better from watching videos) Secondly, what is the difficulty level of the OSCP BoF boxes compared to the ones that I just mentioned?
Thanks in advance,
I really like using Control+Backspace to delete the previous word, and it works perfectly fine in GUI Emacs.
However, I can not get Control+Backspace to work in terminal Emacs.
I always end up with the message "End of buffer".
I've tried adding different types of keybindings for it, and I've tried translating different keys.
But nothings seems to work.
Before you bring it up, I really don't want to use GUI Emacs, so I'd appreciate if I wasn't hassled about it.
Terminal in use is UXTerm, and in case it makes a difference, it runs in
-ti 340 mode.
Backspace sends the sequence
Control+Backspace sends the sequence
Edit: I accidentally said backspace instead of Control+Backspace. Sorry for the confusion.
Edit 2: Added backspace sequence.
Edit 3: I have decided to say screw it for now, I guess I'll just use GUI Emacs. Not Gtk though, Gtk Emacs is annoying. After looking through the various supported toolkits, I've decided to use Athena. I like the look of it a lot... keep reading on reddit ➡
This whole time I had been using tabs (in iTerm2) and it was the height of tedium.
I made a ctrl p shortcut with fzf and can switch between then so quickly with space and enter and omg its amazing how much quicker I can get things done.
I’m so happy I finally figured out that buffers are just the way to go.
I wonder what else I still don’t know about using vim.
I have a low GPA to apply to MPH (Masters in Public Health) programs. I am looking to take classes this year to help buffer my low GPA.
I have heard that sometimes schools will frown upon the fact that you took classes at an external university after graduation. Is it valid to take classes at an accredited university (in my case Rutgers Camden) and will schools consider that in light of my poor academic performance in undergrad? How do schools view those grades in light of my poor undergrad GPA? Will they consider that I am taking courses and hopefully doing well in them, into consideration when looking at my academic performance?
For context, I've done my homework and I do have 6 plus years of public health related work and volunteer experience including infectious disease centered Americorps and Peace Corps programs.
Thank you for any insights.
I’m working with an anthocyanin related pigment and am having solubility issues.
If I take the pigment, dissolve in DI water, and adjust the pH to 4 with 0.5M citric acid, there are no problems. (and just a note, adjusting with this citric acid, it can be brought down to about 3.2 before precipitating)
If I take a 0.1M citric acid buffer at pH 4, the pigment will not dissolve. (imparts a very small amount of color, but not much). If I dissolve in water first and then add buffer, it pretty much immediately precipitates out.
What would be causing this? Is there any sort of method that can be performed to increase/change solubility of such a substance?
The problematic ones work fine when using Firestick 4k and game consoles so this appears to be limited to Plex and my Chromecast and not my Wifi or server specifically. Other plex content as well as netflix, youtube, amazon all work fine on the chromecast. I've tried restarted all devices, making sure everything is up to date, toggling different transcoding settings in plex, etc....any ideas at all? Thanks in advance
*Update: Turns out the video I had was using the HEVC codec and that was my issue. Thanks everyone for the help!
I've been playing in reaper again recently and I've come across a giant issue where I'll be playing for 30 seconds with great audio, but then it starts to click, after which I raise my buffer size, it sounds better again, and then it starts clicking more rinse and repeat until I'm playing with unusable latency and can't raise my buffer size anymore. It just keeps getting worse the longer I have reaper open. I'm using a Native Instruments Komplete Audio 2 and I have a core i7 6700k in my pc
Edit: I have fixed it. Apparently Native Instruments has a separate asio driver for their Dacs and it works like a charm
I built my first 10/22 from the ground up and love it. Fab Defense M4 Pro R10/22 stock, Ruger 50th anniversary receiver, JWH custom bolt, Kidd Ultra Lightweight 556 barrel, Volquartsen nickel boron trigger, Kidd charging handle assembly, Leupold VX-Freedom Rimfire scope, Magpul MOE grip. I threw on a UTG bipod for fun, but probably won't use it regularly. Yes, I know the comp is a little goofy, I plan on changing that.
I had a couple issues first time shooting it. I was using Butler Creek Steel Lips mags and 3 out of 4 had feeding issues. I thought it was the bolt at first or the Kidd recoil spring I chose (medium). Of the 3, 2 of them started working fine after a few full loads, but 1 was defective and refused to feed correctly. Butler Creek sent me a replacement. Everything else worked great.
Now I noticed I couldn't lock the bolt back without pulling back extremely hard. I'm using a viton bolt buffer and I'm wondering if anyone has had an issue with the bolt locking back... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am trying to do the following:
Take render pass 1, render to attachment set S.
Take render pass 2, render to attachment set S again.
There is a one to one explanation on how to do this in the official Khronos github:https://github.com/KhronosGroup/Vulkan-Docs/wiki/Synchronization-Examples#first-render-pass-writes-to-a-depth-attachment-second-render-pass-re-uses-the-same-depth-attachment
Under Graphics to Graphics dependency.
However, trying to implement the same code as in the example isn't working. This is what I see:
This is what I should see:
W... keep reading on reddit ➡
TLDR: if I use cerave in the tub before tret, would it block absorption? I am very dry and would like to try new moisturizer or add another step for moisture.
I am possibly looking for a new moisturizer. I currently use the hydroboost gel cream but am curious of cerave in the tub. I am open to any other suggestions for a new moisturizer. I could probably add some sort of serum but trying to keep things simple. I use moisturizer before and after tret as noted below and think it might be best to use the same thing for both applications. I have been using a laniege travel pack and like the moisturizer and the sleep mask but am not over the moon about them.
Me: 47F on .05 for a month. Up to daily now. Some peeling and a small purge the first week but that could have been the spironolactone I started at the same time. I used .08 on and off last year but it was too much for me. Using for all the things, acne, texture, pigmentation, anti-aging. Dry or dehydrated skin but probably both.... keep reading on reddit ➡
I am not sure where to submit feedback for the game so I am posting here, if anyone can direct me to the feedback area I would be glad to do so.
Basically, whenever pressing button to advance text I can read quick and that is fine, I have text on quickest so I spam button and go through but often times I accidentally press button too many times and it auto selects dialog choice for me, other games get around this issue by having a slight buffer between each text page before allowing more input, can we please add that?
So, as the title says I've been a member since before CC rolled out. I watched with my laptop hooked to the TV at first but then that stopped working (I now get a message saying that it cannot play on an external monitor). I got a Chromecast to play it from my phone, and while it does work, it's got major problems - buffering every few minutes. It ruins my ability to enjoy a movie.
So at this point I'm considering canceling the service (which I hate to do - I want to support them more than anything else I subscribe to) if I can't get it to work with the Chromecast. Has anyone had consistent success with the device??
I am willing to try one last option - buying a Roku and testing it out there. If it doesn't work I can just return the Roku I suppose, since every other streaming platform I use has a PS4 app. Any Roku users able to confirm it works fine there? If so, which Roku device should I get? There seem to be so many different models.
THANK YOU to anyone reading/responding!
In S01E01 of Star Trek: Picard, we see our erstwhile captain visit his personal section of the Starfleet Archives, and retrieves a personal item from the "quantum archive."
The item appears to be reconstituted into existence in front of Jean-Luc similarly to a replicator.
It wouldn't make sense for this to be a traditional replicator, however. Picard could have simply had a replicator at home fashion the object he was looking for. Furthermore, the term "quantum" implies a higher fidelity to the original object than basic replicator patterns. Replicators are said to store materials at the molecular level, while transporters operate at the quantum level.
A reasonable assumption would be that the object he retrieves is in fact the original object, and it was stored in something similar to a transporter buffer at the archives until he recalled it. While certainly impractical, we can assume humanity of the future will still have emotional attachments to specific items and consider replic... keep reading on reddit ➡
Saw the odd post a while ago people recommending Deluge over ruTorrent for racing/building buffer but I didn't really take it into much consideration.
After configuring autodl to feed into Deluge, the results have been fantastic.
Obviously, speeds are going to vary depending on the tracker. These are the results on TL -
Seedbox is from Seedhost, their cheapest SH8 plan.
I've built up a custom build Surly Disc Trucker that I plan to do a RTW trip on, covering a range of terrain. I've got a Son 28 dynamo hub and wired up a Sinewave Reactor usb charging port mounted in the stem.
I'm after both front and rear lights that have buffer batteries (~5 min stand time?). I'd also like to know the compatibility of powering both the lights and charging something from the USB port at the same time. How would they be wired up together, from my dynamo I have a piggyback connector. Would it just be one for the USB port and one for the lights?
I obviously don't have infinite money, but I do want to invest in lights that will be durable and last for a trip of up to 3 years of touring.
Thanks in advance!
With color textures everything is simple: You can use SRGB and the GPU automatically converts it to Linear fast and efficiently.
With vertex data and structs inside shader storage buffers however, I have to manually convert SRGB colors, which involves an expensive pow and a small conditional.
Is it generally better to do these conversions offline, or should they be done every time in the vertex shader?
My SRGB color format is 4 bytes while my Linear color format is 8 bytes.
Bladetomes, bonus doubler tanks, and even regular non-panic'd heroes love getting spectrum visible buffs. My usual go-to spectrum buffers are L!Azura and L!Eliwood - but given their inconsistencies, I'm looking to build a couple more. Who makes for good spectrum buffers, providing at least +5 (but ideally +6/+7) to each stat?
L!Azura is the queen for this given her kit. Her base Atk Tactics + Dance provides Spectrum 6. A Earth Dance seal means she provides Spectrum 5 no questions asked. And giving her a Hone 4 (or taking advantage of Peony's base kit Hone Res 4) can provide +7. But being a legendary, she is only usable half the time when its water season.
L!Eliwood goes a step further and actually provides bonus doubler and 2 stats to the teammate with the highest attack, and can rally for the other 2 to round out bonus doubler and Spectrum 6. But in addition to his legendary status, he also needs a dragon/beast ally. In Light season at least, it can be hard to try an... keep reading on reddit ➡
I'm new to smash and have never played on an actual CRT (well since I was little)
Should I be practicing with a buffer even solo?
I have a 144hz monitor set to 120hz refresh rate. But it seems like it still depends based on other posts I've seen. Can anyone help me out?