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pathfinder 1e – Full attacking with natural while grappling or being grappled

My GM said that a creature with several appenges can full attack with all of their natural attacks towards me?

I know that the grapple rules specify “Instead of attempting to break or reverse the grapple, you can take any action that doesn’t require two hands to perform, such as cast a spell or make an attack or full attack with a light or one-handed weapon against any creature within your reach, including the creature that is grappling you”
I’m reading the a light weapon meaning it’s a single light weapon and not all, such as a dagger, is this incorrect?

p.s. Are hands and appendeges in any way connected or are the grappling rules completely broken while you’re using anything other than hands, say tentacles etc

My GM is a stickler for rules, so any answers with sources is greatly appreciated.

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usability – Admin gesture for full screen TV app

I am making an app for use on a TV and it will show some content in full screen. That means there will be no “admin” button or “gear” icon to use to get to an admin area where the app can be configured.

However, I need the owners of the app/tv to be able to configure it.

I imagine using some kind of gesture which can allow access to configure the app. However, seeing that it is a TV, there may not be any access to control it using fingers, so the gesture has to be somehow possible to do with something as clunky as maybe a TV remote.

What do you think? Is a gesture the right choice? And if so, which gesture would be intuitive and indeed possible?

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sql server – Restoring full back up taking forever

I am new to DB Admin in SQL Server.

I am more of a SQL Developer.

I am trying to restore 95GB size of BAK file to SQL Server (in Azure VM).

The issue is that it is taking more than 24 hours now..


I realized that since I have multiple more BAK files to restore after this one, I have to restore the main BAK file (95GB one) with “NoRecovery”.

So, I went into a folder where 95GB Bak file is located, and selected the Recovery state as “Restore with Norecovery”.

Then, I just started the process since yesterday, and it is taking more than 24 hours..

What am I doing wrong? Or is there anything else I need to do?

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My another question is, I see that there is this file that probably got created (while I was trying to Restore “With Recovery” on this folder location.

Do I have to delete this one first (before start Restoring with this 95GB BAK file)?

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