Macbook Pro 2016 13 Inch – The screen turns off whenever I physically adjust it

Whenever I try to adjust the angle of my screen, my screen will turn off. I know that the Macbook itself does not turn off because I can still hear the sound and the keyboard is still on. But if I try to adjust the screen, the screen turns off and it is risky to know whether it lights up or not. I tried to close it and reopen it but sometimes it does not work. I can turn it off and on again, but again, the display may or may not turn back depending on how I feel.

Googling this has not been helpful, and Apple Diagnostics reports no problem. Ideas?

EDIT: I discovered that after closing the screen, I can adjust the screen to about 90 degrees until it goes off. . Strange.

9.0 Pie – Are there any shortcuts to adjust the brightness unintentionally on a Huawei Nova 3i (Android 9)

I try to help a visually impaired older person with his phone. She found that when the automatic brightness setting is turned on, the screen is too dark for her to see.

Without the automatic brightness enabled, it somehow manages to reduce the brightness by mistake. I wonder if there is a shortcut that reduces the brightness.

Adjust the Fibonacci function for different initial conditions

Someone on stackoverflow asked a question about tracking the score in their game with a Fibonacci type sequence, simply starting at different values ​​(F1 = 50, F2 = 100). I know that there is a formula for calculating Fibonacci numbers (based on Wikipedia) but I do not know most of the calculations on which this formula is based.

Is there a way to adjust the formula to use with these new initial conditions?

How can I adjust the power of a Canon 580ex ii with a Godox x1 trigger?

I have a trigger and x1 receiver set for Canon and a 580ex ii. I do not know how to control the power of the flash by the trigger. I also have a Godox V860ii and set its power by the trigger is a child's game. How to adjust the 580ex ii?

php – Adjust the image in div css in element + clearfix problem

Hi, I have a div who shows me pictures, the cox's cs is as follows:

QUESTIONS:

The images are of different sizes, I would like them to correspond to the div produced (the size of the images is described by .imgproduct). I'm trying to make it realistic by testing the% instead of px.

That the image is centered on the div, in my case, it goes to the left, I think it's because of the background but I change as you see in the code and that do nothing.
I've got all the content on the left of the screen, I'd like it to be centered (the whole web page) that are divs and that have been responsive.

The last question is that I see that a lot of web pages have the clearfix element when I see the div, I tried it on my page and all the div are left vertically and not horizontally as I want. I do not know why anyone could tell me that.

Thank you very much, I was looking for a lot but I can not solve these problems.

You can not restrict access to Google Drive and Docs using a Symantec Bluecoat proxy when the system is in a public network. How to adjust this?

We have rules about blocking YouTube and Google Docs.

but, can not restrict access to Google Drive and Google Docs by using the Symantec Bluecoat proxy when the system is on a public network.

or how we can meet that requirement.

Tracing – How to adjust the style of IntervalMarkers -> "Strips"

In Mathematica 12, I can use ListPlot visualize the uncertainty of tabulated data in the form of tapes. For example:

ListPlot[
    Table[{i, Around[Sin[i], 0.1 + 0.1 Cos[i]]}, {i, 0, 10, 1.0}],
    PlotStyle -> Directive[Red],
    IntervalMarkers -> "Bands",
    IntervalMarkersStyle -> Directive[Orange, Dashed],
    Joined -> True,
    InterpolationOrder -> 3]

How can I control the fill color separately from the style of the border lines of the tape?

For example, I would like the dashed lines to be magenta, while keeping the orange group.

IntervalMarkersStyle has structured style options, but they do not seem to work with IntervalMarkers -> "Bands"

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Can not adjust the keyboard backlight on the Asus ROG Strix G notebook

I've looked at various guides and tools to adjust the backlight brightness of my Asus G531GT laptop's keyboard in Linux. All (for example, https://github.com/iamweird/asus-kbd-backlight) seem to work by modifying a configuration file for the brightness of the backlight. The most common configuration folder is / sys / class / leds / asus :: kbd_backlight.

However, on my machine (with Pop OS / Ubuntu 19.04), I do not have such a file. I actually have / sys / class / leds with other subfolders and I can use them to adjust the brightness of other lights on my machine, like the Caps Lock light.

Does anyone know how to fix this?

movie – How should I adjust the exposure to compensate for the expiration of Kodak ColorPlus 100 (from 2001)?

ColorPlus 100 is a negative color film. Negative films are a way to reach a goal. In other words, the negative film is designed to be transformed into a positive image for visualization. The negative / positive process of photo imaging is very indulgent about the need for "correct" exposure. Originally, we exposed the negative film developed by projecting its image on light-sensitive photo paper. This exposed paper was then developed and the impression is positive.

You may want to ask yourself why the negative / positive process was so popular when other types of films produced positive images (slides) right off the bat. The answer is that the printing process practically consisted of taking back the original photo. We exposed the photo again on photo paper. This second recovery offered a substantial opportunity to correct any errors such as over / under exposure and / or errors due to inappropriate development. We are talking about "latitude". The slide film has a narrow latitude, under a f-stop. While negative films are able to tolerate many f-stops of inaccuracy.

In modern times, it is likely that we will avoid making chemical-based prints using computer hardware and software that can display positive on-screen images or printouts. These modern methods expand the "latitude" of the film in a way never imagined by its chemical-based designers.

In other words, do not worry about the aging of the film that changes the ISO standard. Simply expose using parameters based on the speed of the box.

That being said, most users will advise you to use a lower ISO setting in the assumption that an old movie is losing speed. My experience is that contrary to popular belief, older movies are gaining momentum, so I'm doing the opposite, increasing the ISO by about ½ f-stop. My theory, the aged film has an increased level of fog. Light-sensitive products approached the threshold of exposure due to exposure to ionizing radiation (still present) and chemical instability.

Whatever the case, the fact that this aged film is faster or slower probably makes no difference, the negative / positive pattern makes it questionable, because this film has a great "latitude".