While I talked about moon phases, she was going through the drive-thru.
Such is life, now.
Read a few articles and watched a bunch of YouTube videos and I am hoping to sidecar the crib to our bed this week. We currently bedshare, but having a little extra space would be nice! Any tips or photos of your set ups would be appreciated!
I went to a seminar and one of the topics was all the neat things you can add to your container. Like logging by just adding a sidecar to the definition.
The speaker was ambiguous on that point.
I went home and started to Google my way wisdom (who doesn't)
Nearly all the articles that I found were pretty explicit about Kubernetes.
We do not have any Kubernetes at work but I do like the sidecar feature. I just wanted to ask if it is possible on just Docker.
That’s pretty much it
Idk why it appeared on my phone!
Here it's: https://imgur.com/zIEQoVn
Anyone known it? Many thanks
P/S: Another isssue, removed Apple beta profile so Feedback Assistances still showing on my homescreen :(
My experience seems to be that it’s a choice of one or the other. This is a long read, but it contains a lot of things I’ve learned along the way. Might help someone, certainly has helped me to write it. I also wrote it all out and then Reddit munged it when I tried to edit something yesterday. So I wrote it all over again.
I recently got a new NVMe drive (Samsung 970 Evo Plus, it's nice, works OOB) and reinstalled my machine (Asus z370-A II, i5-9600k, RX580). Before doing the final install, I put a clean install on an old SSD and tinkered with moving from iMacPro1,1 to iMac19,1. And I found that with 19,1 I was able to keep all my DRM issues fully functional (basically everything works in Safari/TV+) and I could get Apple Watch to unlock - something I couldn’t do with iMacPro1,1.
Everything below pertains to iMac19,1 and only iMac19,1.
shikigva=80 shiki-id=Mac-7BA5B2D9E42DDD94, iGPU off.
Up and going with the new drive, everything installed. Here's where it was:
I recently got a 2016 Macbook Pro. Prior to that, I had a 2017 Ipad 10.5 Inch Pro. I was trying to figure out how to connect these two devices together. However, it just seems they're not working together. The screen on the iPad is always lagging and I can never see my cursor on it. Or my Macbook may never be able to find the iPad to connect. So far, its an unpleasant experience and was hoping if anyone had a solution. I've restarted both Ipad and Macbook numerous times and even restarted MacOS from scratch again.
It seems it's just better to get an external monitor as a secondary display. Thoughts?
Would the sidecar from set 75012 be able to attach to another barc speeder model, aside from the one from 75012, such as the one from battle of saleucami? Thanks!
Can anyone recommend somewhere or someone for vinyl car wraps? Depending on the price, I might wrap both my wife's car and my scooter & sidecar. I'm not looking for anything crazy on either vehicle. For the wife's car, I'm thinking about simple white to replicate the paint or maybe matte white. Same thing for the scoot. I'm really just looking for paint protection for the Nissan. For the scooter, it's part protection, part flash. I'm in Ybor. For the scoot, the closer the better. Anything above 30mph isn't a blast when you have a sidecar rig. Pics of both vehicles below. The Nissan pics are stock. The Stella pics are my actual scoot. Thanks
If I use a cable to connect an iPad to a Macbook Pro, can I use sidecar from the MBP to the iPad, and internet connection sharing from the iPad to MBP at the same time?
So. You might know me as the guy who removes your post here. Sorry about that.
Tonight I come to you with a question, asking for help.
I made a whiskey sour at home. I loved it.
Then a tried a side car.
They tasted the same.
Here's my sidecar:
Add 50ml Cognac, 30ml Cointreau and 15ml lemon juice.
Shake well and strain into sugar rimmed cocktail glass.
Garnish with lemon twist.
Add 45ml bourbon whiskey, 30ml lemon juice, 15ml sugar syrup.
Shake well and strain into Rocks or Cobbler glass.
Garnish with orange slice and maraschino cherry.
No eggs. Sorry for ml, my app shows it in oz but if I edit my recipe, it's in ml.
But here's the rub.
They taste the same, and I think it's because of lemon juice.
I tried adding some luxardo liquor to the sidecar. No help. Lemon overpowers it all.
Am I overdoing it?
Please help. I'm stuck here.
For starters, I'm a fresh macOS user; I used to only depend on my iPad Pro as my main computer. However, I'm now studying Swift and Xcode, so that's why bought a MacBook Pro 16".
I got it a week ago; before macOS 10.15.5 was released to the general public. Now with the new update all I have to say is.... wow. Am I the only one who noticed the improvements with Sidecar and the Touch Bar? Why didn't Apple mention this in their release notes?
With 10.15.5 there is a noticeably smoother/faster black screen transition when connecting/disconnecting my iPad Pro from Sidecar.
ALSO, I notice that the Touch Bar on my MacBook Pro finally understands which screen I'm focusing on. While using Sidecar before, the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar would only change for apps on the MacBook Pro display. But now it changes even if I switch focus to an app on the iPad Screen.
Please tell me if I'm dreaming this, because this honestly makes my first impression of Sidecar even better. (Also my impression and... keep reading on reddit ➡
Currently bedsharing with our 4 month old but looking into setting her crib up as a sidecar. I’m MOST worried about any gaps that may be created - though I’ve read pool noodles are a safe way to stuff any. I’m just curious what cribs you’ve had the most success with? We even just bought a new mattress (tuft and needle, very firm right now but I’m still letting it air out since I’m concerned about offgassing) because ours is too soft.
Any recommendations would be helpful!
So, before I get flamed for "wasting" an insanely good cognac, here's the background:
Another passenger on this flight across the aisle was given an extra heavy pour of Paradis and she demanded I put some in my glass. I had half a lemon sitting on my plate from dinner, and got a crazy idea to make a sidecar with it. Had to add about 3/4 oz from the bottle, so there was some "wastage." Cabin crew were only too kind to oblige.
Also, learned that shaken cocktails at 35,000 feet get super frothy! Almost beer-like lacing on the glass.
Review: It tasted like... a sidecar. A lot more body due to the aeration, and it was shaken with party ice. Would be interesting to see how it behaved with a big ice rock. Obviously the complexity of a cognac like Paradis is lost because of the lemon juice, and that's why I typically use a VS like PF 1840.
**Needlessly Expe... keep reading on reddit ➡
I haven't found any options yet to connect multiple iPads to a PC or Mac.
Does someone know whether there is a program or tool to do so?