I don't know why you think he saved lives. He didn't even save 1 life, and it's the same in my country too. My head of government has allowed infected citizens to return to my country, and that is exactly what Trump has done, and several other heads of government have also done so. What I said is how the pandemic got worse. All because of the heads of government.
I do not know why people support their heads of government. It is the same in my country too. People like you support their heads of government.
I do not support my heads of government, but other people do, and look at what has happened now that a pandemic has occurred.
After probably watching the very first video posted online of a Chinese doctor in China infected and dying from the coronavirus, I knew that it would develop in some cases and that other people would die too. I think the Chinese had no intention of preventing a contagious and deadly virus from spreading even if it kills their own citizens in China, as well as citizens of other countries.
Perhaps the Chinese think that quarantining people is the best they could have done, but it has never been enough. Because what they did was just to slow the spread of the coronavirus. I think they could have done more to prevent even 1 person from getting it, but nothing has been done about it.
So I found a few questions that are closely related, but I can't exactly find the answer I'm looking for. Say you are a warlock and a multi-class assistant. You can cast spells from any class through any spell location. But what statistic is used for DC spells? If you cast a warlock spell with a sorcerer spell slot, should the DC be calculated with Int or Cha? (or vice versa, if you cast a sorcerer spell with a warlock spell slot)
Essentially, is the ability used to calculate the DC based on the spell's original class or the location with which it is cast?
If I record during the Google Meet meeting, two files are created in Google Drive – one containing the video, the other containing the chat transcript. Is it possible to record in such a way that only the cat transcription is recorded? (Of course, I can just delete the video file – however, waiting for this large file created just to delete it and keep the much smaller file seems a bit redundant.)
The main limitation, as the text you quoted shows, is that you "must use the new roller" when using Indomitable. If it was possible to use Indomitable a second time on this same jet, then you do not use this roller, and therefore violate the constraints of the function.
Note that this remains true even in situations where the fighter has an advantage or a disadvantage on his saving throw; even if the dice raised is too low (with advantage) or too high (with disadvantage) to affect the final result, you are still only allowed to raise in accordance with the general rules on advantages and disadvantages, and how raises interact with them:
When you have an advantage or a disadvantage and something in the game, such as the Lucky Hole trait, allows you to re-roll or replace the d20, you can re-roll or replace only one of the dice. You choose which one. For example, if a halfling has an advantage or a disadvantage on a capacity test and obtains a 1 and a 13, the halfling could use the Lucky trait to raise the 1.
–Advantage, Player's manual, p. 173
In this context, the Indomitable is applied once (and only once) to the entire roll, which allows you to roll one of the two dice.
I need to keep personal notes (decisions, objectives, goals, ideas, projects) and I thought I was using box.com which seems fairly reliable, but how do I know that box.com respects the confidentiality of my data? Asking me that, I had the idea to use a free hosting service (I know one very stable, without advertising and without good conditions of service), in this hosting service install NextCloud or OwnCloud with encryption enabled, enough to protect confidentiality of my notes? Is the encryption of these services reliable to protect information? Do you think this is an effective system or do you recommend something better?
I apologize if the title of the question does not seem clear. I have a business application with multiple types of input / data on the same screen:
A couple of "basic" text entry and drop down menus. These fields are
usually set / registered first, and everything else can be filled in
later. Users have the option to go back and change the values.
A single long text box (requiring a WYSIWYG)
An editable table, where one of the column fields includes a 500
max textarea character
Considering the different types of data, what would you recommend to manage the recording functionality?
My initial thought was editable pop-ups for the rows in the table (# 3), as online editing wouldn't work well with the text box field. Likewise, would it make sense that the long text (# 2) is initially displayed as a read-only paragraph with an edit button that would bring up a WYSIWYG popup window? If so, would automatic backup be considered in such an area?
Since the last two parts are pop-ups, I'm very tempted to have a pop-up for the base fields (# 1).
Would it make sense? Am I making things too complicated?
I have a base of novice terminal users who need to make extremely light text changes from a console (creating git commits, etc.). I would like to set EDITOR to something that keyboard binding looks as much as possible to a standard "web browser text box" with ctrl-s and ctrl-q to save / exit.
I have tried jed, ne, joe, nano and micro, but none of them have all the features that I would like:
Block selection: Shift-Arrow should expand the cursor in the appropriate direction to select a block, just like on Windows / Mac / Gnome / etc.
Copy / Cut / Paste: Must be Ctrl-C, Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V
Save: should be Ctrl-S
Exit: should be Ctrl-Q
Nice to have: an ncurses (ala ne) menu bar that appears when they press Esc