JPA: @OneTooMany Annotations…
Nope, it’s still faster, easier and less memory intensive to just store simple XML in the file system… I figure out… two weeks later… 😐
I pressed “F9” in Excel, my Mac crashed. This is part of the error log:
Thu Apr 5 19:54:54 2018 *** Panic Report ***panic(cpu 2 caller 0xffffff800569d6ed): "a freed zone element has been modified in zone kalloc.16 [snip] BSD process name corresponding to current thread: Microsoft Excel
This is probably what happened:
int SIZ = 10; // creatin var according code manual c65 p17 // value lvl 3, versin 1, varint 1, 1st use: char* mostMostMotsValudVaribell111 = new char[SIZ % 5 /* increase mem */ /* knot! */]; for (int i = 0, j = i; SIZ < i || j = SIZ /* nly way 2 mk ths wrk */ || j >= i /* nope */; j = ++i /* solving! */ /*your knot! */) *mostMostMotsValudVaribell111[i] = (char)substr("We saved your tiem!", i % 10 /* prevent OOM bug */ /* your knot nencumpoop!! */, 1); // TODO: Find out why sometimes // Excel crashes here... // And were knot usin strcpy bcause?
If you have a Mac with four cores and upgrade to latest version of Excel that uses all cores (instead of 1 as in the previous versions), how much faster will Excel perform calculations?
It will take four times longer than it did before…
Lessons Learned from Snowden:
Of course, the government will use existing technologies as far as possible — within, or outside of the law.
General purpose CPUs have been complemented with special purpose hardware accelerators since soon after they made an entrance on the consumer market.
“Be wary of quotes on the Internet.”
– Abraham Lincoln
“When was this updated? OSX 9?”
/Grumpy comment about an application on a discussion board
For anyone who doesn’t get the humor: “OS X” actually stands for OS 10 (as in roman number “X”). “OS 9” was the Mac operative system before OS X. However, with Sierra, it’s just called “macOS.” Some versions of OS X has also been called “Mac OS X.”
This is my solemn pledge:
If the world will end if I don’t buy an HP, the world will end! (Although, my final interpretation of this situation is that the world likely will go to shit if I buy from HP and their likes as well…)
Why? (Why don’t I want an HP?)
Ok, I know. We all know already.
HP + Windows 10 is (not the) shit.
I discovered the “View > Go To”-menu in Scrivener a little while ago and I’m realizing it is really making navigating a large project easy.
I’m outlining/world building on a pretty massive scale, so most of the time the binder has so many folders open if I were to print it out it would probably reach from floor to ceiling (the manuscript currently contain 1660 documents and folders, but hey, it’s a bunch of worlds, several bunches of characters and hopefully a bunch of books…)
The binder just does not work for this kind of project (I am fairly certain it will for a book project though… I pray those will be much smaller!)
Instead, I use the “View > Go to”-menu to move around the project.
Super easy to find what you want!
Although, it won’t bring structure to a chaotic project, so some order is possibly still needed…
Either you can go directly into the project’s main folders (bottom half of the menu) or if you have favorite documents or folders (top part of the menu) go into them directly.
Folders can be expanded all the way to the document level, but you can also select one to view in the active editor as a cork board, an outline or scrivenings depending on the editor settings (you may have to change editor mode to get something out of selecting a folder).
If you need to find your selected folder or document in the finder, you select “View > Reveal in Binder” or click the icon at the top of the editor and select the option from the context menu:
Notice how there’s a “Go To” menu here as well? It works the same as the “View > Go To”-menu, unless you’re in scrivenings mode. Then it shows the documents in the “scrivening” instead.
Scrivener 3 Update: In Scrivener 3 the “Go To”-menu has been moved to a new main section called “Navigate” and it has been expanded to include Collections. However the access to bookmarks (now correctly named bookmarks even in this menu) has been made a bit more complex in that not all