## dnd 3.5e – Can the limits of Mind Thrust be overcome?

The psionic power of Mind Thrust has some disadvantages.

Notably, it affects the mind, which does not allow it to work against the undead, building, seeps and some plant creatures.

In addition, it requires a will save which, if done, cancels all the damage.

Some might argue that the points of food are also a limitation, but this is at the origin of my question's intention.

What methods can help to overcome these two constraints ?:

• affect the blind
• either delete the backup or increase the DC backup.

## NGINX – Proxypass limits incoming speed

I am currently using the following server block for proxy an IPFS server

``````server {
server_name ipfs.mydomain.com;
server_tokens off;
listen 443 ssl;
listen (::):443 ssl;

location / {
proxy_pass http://EXTERNALIP:8080;
proxy_http_version 1.1;
}

ssl_certificate /etc/letsencrypt/live/ipfs.mydomain.com/fullchain.pem; # managed by Certbot
ssl_certificate_key /etc/letsencrypt/live/ipfs.mydomain.com/privkey.pem; # managed by Certbot
}
server {
if (\$host = ipfs.mydomain.com) {
return 301 https://\$host\$request_uri;
} # managed by Certbot

server_name ipfs.mydomain.com;

listen 80;
listen (::):80;
return 404; # managed by Certbot

}
``````

``````location /download/ {
limit_rate 50k;
}
``````

However, the problem that I have is that the content is downloaded to the server from the external IPFS server at a much faster rate. How can I limit the speed of my server> IPFS at the same speed.

## macos – Apple Script – How to check if the limits of a window are equal to specific values?

I have a AppleScript scenario that I run every time I switch between having an external screen connected / disconnected to my Macbook Pro to adjust the size and location of the windows on the Office. Since there are only two different `bounds` of Office that I use, one when it is connected, the other when it is not, I use the value of `bounds` from the external display as `text`, instead of a `list` in one `if` declaration.

You can also apply the same methodology here.

The following Example AppleScript code use it value of `bounds` for Note in your OP:

``````tell application "Notes"
set checkBounds to bounds of front window as text
if checkBounds is not equal to "00540300" then
set bounds of front window to {0, 0, 540, 300}
end if
end tell
``````

Note the Example AppleScript code is just that and does not contain any Mistake proper handling. It is the user's responsibility to add any error management as needed, needs or wishes. Take a look at the try declaration and Mistake declaration in the AppleScript Language Guide. See also, Work with errors.

## Are there limits to the number of domains that can be added in an advanced Google search?

I'm trying to find out if there is a limit to the number of domains I can add to Google's advanced search.
For example, if I want my search results to be limited to particular websites, I can add certain domains to my search and my search results will come from only selected domains.
Is there a limit to the number of domains I can add?

## wi fi – the WiFi network limits the connection time – can I "change MAC" and reconnect?

On a PC, you can change the MAC address of a network card – Ethernet, 802.11 Wireless – and thus adopt an "identity" different from that used before.

Now I am stuck in a station for a few hours and I use my RedMi 3S (Android 6.0.1) to connect to the Internet. But – curse be on their head – they only offer "30 minutes of free WiFi". Of course, it must be related to some kind of physical identity, so they throw you out after 30 minutes, right?

Question:

1. Can I change my MAC, literally, or do anything else that would make the access point (s) consider my phone to be something other than the one I know?
2. Could I need to perform other complementary actions, such as removing the cached DHCP lease before reconnecting, or clearing the browser cache? Or, is not such caching used when reconnecting?

## Theory of complexity – Limits related to the size of the alphabet on tape of a Turing Machine coding

I'm trying to determine what is the maximum ratio possible between the size of the alphabet on tape and the total size of the encoding in an asymptotic sense. If I take MTs and add more and more symbols to the alphabet of the tape, will the size of the encoding increase linearly? or could it grow exponentially? Or being more specific:

Let $$L subseteq { langle M rangle: M$$ is a TM$$}$$and let $$D$$ a TM deciding L with the time complexity of the worst case of $$Theta (| Gamma |)$$, or $$Gamma$$ is the tape alphabet of the TM entry.

Does this imply that D runs in $$Theta (n)$$ or $$n$$ is the size of the entrance? (that is to say, $$n = langle M rangle$$)

## categories – Restore default pagination on archives – Delete custom limits

I am working on a website that is a custom WordPress installation running WP 5.2.4.

There are a number of categories, as follows:

• main category (id 71)
• autre_cat_1
• other_cat_2
• etc.

The publishing archives have been customized to display as follows:

When are you going to …
domain.com/category/main_category/
…everything is fine. It uses the default paging settings, displays the 10 messages per default page set in "Settings> Read" in the Admin Portal, as well as paging links at the bottom. Everything is fine.

If you look at another category, for example …
domain.com/category/other_cat/
… It displays 5 messages per page, without pagination.

If you manually navigate to the following pages, for example … Domain.com/category/other_cat/page/2/
… It shows the same content as page 1.

I want to cancel all this and ask all categories to simply use the default pagination, the number of posts per page in the "Read" settings, pagination links, and so on.

That's the archive.php code (I guess all the changes will be here). I can see excerpts related to the problem here, for example. "If (\$ main_id == 71)" which matches the category that is working properly. For the rest of my life, I do not know how to make all categories work the same way.

``````term_id;
\$taxo_desc = \$queried_object->description;

\$perpost,
'post_type' => 'post',
'orderby'   => 'date',
'order'     => 'DESC',
'cat' => 760,
'post_status' => 'publish'

);
}else{
\$banner_args = array(
'posts_per_page' => \$perpost,
'post_type' => 'post',
'orderby'   => 'date',
'order'     => 'DESC',
//'category__not_in' => 760 ,
'cat' => \$main_id,
'post_status' => 'publish'

);

}
\$banner_query = new WP_Query(\$banner_args);
if (\$banner_query) {
?>

,

have_posts()) { \$banner_query->the_post();
\$blog_title_post        = get_the_title();
\$blog_content           = strip_tags(get_the_content());
\$news_image_url_sep = wp_get_attachment_image_src(get_post_thumbnail_id(), 'full');
if (\$news_image_url_sep) {
\$news_img_url = aq_resize(\$news_image_url_sep(0), 150, 150, true, false, true);
}
\$news_image_url = \$news_image_url_sep ? \$news_img_url(0) : 'https://placeholdit.imgix.net/~text?txtsize=20&txt='.\$blog_title_post.'&w=150&h=150';
if(\$blog_content) {
\$blog_filter_cont = substr(\$blog_content ,0,250 ) . "...";
}
?>

,

``````

Thank you in advance for help.

## limits – How to show that a series converges?

How to show, using only basic methods, that a product
$$a_n = (1+ {1 out of 2}) cdot (1+ {1 out of 4}) cdot … cdot (1+ {1 out of 2 ^ n})$$
converges?

I know it $$a_1 = {3 over2}$$, and that $$a_ {n + 1} = a_n cdot (1 + {1 out of 2 ^ {n + 1}})$$.

Go further:
$${{a_ {n + 1}} on {a_n}} = 1+ {1 out of 2 ^ {n + 1}}> 1$$

Now, I can prove by induction that $$a_n$$ increases monotonically and is greater than one.

Now, I want to prove that $$a_n$$ is convergent. How can I do this? I can not find a sequence higher than $$a_n$$ with a limit other than + infinite.

## limits – questions about the expected value of the rewards renewal process

N (t) is a renewal process with an inter-arrival period $$X_i (i geq1)$$. $$X_i$$ follows the uniform distribution (0,1). $$(R_i, X_i)$$ is a renewal reward process where $$R_i = e ^ {X_i}$$. You can get a reward $$R_i$$ at the time of renewal $$S_i$$. I'm trying to find $$E (R_ {N (t) +1})$$ when t goes to infinity.

What I think is $$E (R_ {N (t) +1}) = E (e ^ {X_ {N (t) + 1}}) = int_ {0} ^ {1} mathrm {e} ^ {x } , dx = e-1$$since X ~ U (0,1). But this is not correct. I wonder where I was wrong. Thank you!!

## differential calculus – Derivative of a definite integral whose integration limits are not in the field?

What is the answer for a question where you take the derivative of an integral, for example, root x, even if the limits of integration are not in the domain

problem

My solution is 0 because the derivative of a constant is always 0 but because the limits of the integrals are out of bounds, is it important? Would the answer change to DNE (does not exist)