People have tried bashing their phone with a hammer and throwing laptops into the ocean, but even then, a skilled digital forensics specialist could likely recover what they need. Burning a device into a molten pile of plastic, however, tends to do the trick.
After analyzing the logs of Mlais MX28 phone (with a customized ROM), I found the following trick to switch the SIM for SMS sending. Unfortunately, it seems to switch the SIM globally for all apps (I couldn't figure out a way to 'save and restore' the prevailing setting yet). Plus, you will probably have to go through the trouble of finding out the IDs (sim_id) assigned to each of your SIM cards (probably via checking the phone's log output; I couldn't find a programmatic way to do this, either).
By altering this file you can change the way your camera man view operates in the neghbourhood view (when you press the tab key in game). This can be handy for getting shots of the town/city and for getting background shots when doing greenscreening.
The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR aren't the newest devices from Apple Inc., but all three have a serious problem in Messages. When sending a friend an SMS/MMS text rather than an iMessage, the phrase "Number changed to Primary" appears in front of every message. What gives? If this issue is driving you mad, there are a few tricks that may exterminate the bug until Apple gets around to issuing a patch.
Grab a SIM eject tool, and push it into the little hold on the right side of the device. Once the tray pops out, just push it back in. All there is to it. If you don't have a SIM eject tool, any thin yet durable wire will do the trick. Just make sure it can withstand the pressure of popping out the SIM tray or else you could risk it breaking off inside the opening.
We've seen reports that resetting iMessage and FaceTime settings can solve the "Number changed to Primary" issue, even though this problem is occurring exclusively with non-iMessage text messages. Still, it's worth a shot.
The check-in messages on the ZOLEO are basic but do the trick. They're similar to SPOT's "I'm Okay" check-in from the first days of satellite communicators. You can't customize the message, but for practical use it really doesn't matter. If you need to communicate something specific, you just use the ZOLEO messaging functionality with your phone. You can send a check-in every 90 seconds, which is more than adequate.
Part one of day 14 looked to be some basic binary masking and manipulation. But in part two, it got trickier, as now I need to handle Xs in the mask as both 0 and 1, meaning that there would be 2num X results. I used a recursive function to generate the list of indexes there.
This comprehensive guide is split into 9 sections, each one filled with numerous in-depth tips, tricks, and tactics. We'll cover everything from what equipment to take into your first drop to good stamina management and stealth; from hunting creatures to defeating other players; from armour and penetration stats to quickly earning money to buy better gear. Just about everything you need to become an expert in The Cycle is waiting for you below, so let's get started.
Weapon stats in The Cycle can be slightly misleading for new players. Say you take a look at a Manticore Assault Rifle and see that it deals 13 damage per shot - but does it really? Then why would you ever use it over the far cheaper AR-55, which also deals 13 damage per shot?
The answer is penetration. If Player A fires at Player B, then the penetration value of Player A's gun is compared to the armour value of Player B's shield to determine the damage dealt. If the penetration is greater, the shot deals bonus damage. If the armour is greater, the shot deals reduced damage.
There are other things which determine how much damage you deal with a shot, such as the gun's effective range and whether you land a headshot or not. But the most important aspect to remember is the penetration system. It may sound complex, but it becomes very straightforward once you realise that you just have to take a look at the colour of the gear in question:
NOTE: The comment section is NOT an appropriate place to ask for leaked assets, no matter what type. However, it is okay to share gameplay images and screenshots of mods that use leaks (e.g. Osana's confession cutscene).
This particular method of saving iPhone Messages is achievable entirely on the iPhone itself. It is a bit tedious, but it is also perhaps the most official method of saving and capturing iPhone messages in a format that can be easily saved and shared. Essentially you will be browsing through the messages you want to save, and then relying on screenshots to preserve and document those messages exactly as they appear on screen. Here are the steps necessary for this iOS message saving process:
I did figure this out for myself to make the screenshots. I then edit them to take out any part that is not needed. I then open Google drive, next: choose new, doc. I paste the screenshots in that new doc. Save it with a name, and file it. You can also make notes in that same doc for the screenshots come in as pictures,. You can make them larger or smaller. From there it can be printed and saved as a PDF, and stored in files in Google or on your computer in the document file. They can be attached as any file and emailed to another person. I am a Real Estate agent. It is very important to have copies of important conversations to track a transaction.
On the topic of cool MIDI tricks, you can also half or double the length of a MIDI phrase by pressing :2 or *2 in the same view. Sometimes things sound better slower (or faster).
The PySimpleGUI repl.it repository is also used, but it doesn't provide the same kind of capability to provide some explanatory text and screenshots with the examples. It does, however, automatically install the latest version of PySimpleGUI for many of the examples. It also enables the demo programs to access any package that can be pip installed. Trinket does not have this more expansive capability. Some older demos are located there. You can run PySimpleGUIWeb demos using Repl.it.
After you've select the resolution and aspect ratio you want to use, click the Set button to activate it. By default the UUU will switch focus back to the game window so you can immediately take the shot. To get back to your native play resolution, you can either select it from the tree or click the Fake fullscreen window.
If you want to check portions of the window that's outside your monitor, you can use the Alignment controls buttons, which allow you to move the window around so you can check whether all parts of the window you're about to take a shot of are properly rendered.
Gameplay and control are really smooth and easy to use, with the goal being to steal the ball from your opponent and score. There are many trick shots that players may employ to sneak past their opponents and take the ball from them. To score a goal, one must have a firm grasp on their control and accuracy.
You got to admit that the code above is a lot more "fun" looking that tkinter code you've studied before. Adding stuff to your GUI is trivial. You can clearly see the "mapping" of those 3 lines of code to specific Elements laid out in a Window. It's not a trick. It's how easy it is to code in PySimpleGUI. With this simple concept comes the ability to create any window layout you wish. There are parameters to move elements around inside the window should you need more control.
Give it a shot if you're looking for something a bit more "modern". PySimpleGUIQt is currently in Alpha. All of the widgets are operational but some may not yet be full-featured. If one is missing and your project needs it, log an Issue. It's how new features are born.
If the screenshots, demo programs and documentation don't convince you to at least give it a try, once, then you're way too busy, or ..... I dunno, I stopped guessing "why?" some time ago.
The User Screenshots Gallery is currently housed in Issue #10 on GitHub. GitHub does very strange pagination. The MIDDLE portion of the text and images on the page is hidden and you have to repeatedly press a "Load More" link.
A meter AND fun statistics to watch while your machine grinds away, all for the price of 1 line of code.With a little trickery you can provide a way to break out of your loop using the Progress Meter window. The cancel button results in a False return value from one_line_progress_meter. It normally returns True.
Two other types of windows exist.1. Persistent window - the Window.read() method returns and the window continues to be visible. This is good for applications like a chat window or a timer or anything that stays active on the screen for a while.2. Asynchronous window - the trickiest of the lot. Great care must be exercised. Examples are an MP3 player or status dashboard. Async windows are updated (refreshed) on a periodic basis. You can spot them easily as they will have a timeout parameter on the call to read. event, values = window.read(timeout=100)
Writing the code for this one is just as straightforward. There is one tricky thing, that browse for a file button. Thankfully PySimpleGUI takes care of associating it with the input field next to it. As a result, the code looks almost exactly like the window on the paper.
With PySimpleGUI if your window will remain open following button clicks, then your code will have an event loop. If your program shows a single "one-shot" window, collects the data and then has no other GUI interaction, then you don't need an event loop.
One very handy trick is to make your target invisible. This will remove the ability to edit the chosen value like you normally would be able to with an Input Element. It's a way of making things look cleaner, less cluttered too perhaps.
The ProgressBar element is used to build custom Progress Bar windows. It is HIGHLY recommended that you use OneLineProgressMeter that provides a complete progress meter solution for you. Progress Meters are not easy to work with because the windows have to be non-blocking and they are tricky to debug. 781b155fdc