I was passing Lego microgame tutorial. I closed it and quit Unity. Now, how can I continue it from the same place? If I opening it’s project, I am getting just silent
Unity project, without any guidance.
I am overriding another plugins’ custom registration form with my own custom template (adding additional fields).
On submission, the original plugin triggers:
wc_add_notice( __( 'Your registration has been submitted successfully.', 'woocommerce-wholesale-pro' ) );
This renders in my own custom form submission, however I would like to:
- Re-direct the user back to the home page
- and then trigger the wc_add_notice() hook so that the success notice is displayed
I have completed 1) by adding the following:
However, now I am unable to see the original plugins wc_add_notice() hook be triggered/rendered on submission.
I am unable to grasp WordPress’s flow to achieve this task.
Is this possible? Any help/guidance would be greatly appreciated!
Please let me know if I can clarify anything from my end.
When you become an object, do you keep the ability to concentrate on spells?
[Sorry if this is really long]
I don’t usually do this but I’m having a hard time with my current D&D group and I’m not really having fun anymore because of it. I think our DM is having us play a combination of I think 2 modules that take place in Faerun and using AL rules.
We have recently been going on one of the modules but are constantly hitting a wall with almost every single session to the point where we even joke about how rare it is that we succeed at anything. At this point we come out of sessions more times frustrated than satisfied. In our last session we actually decided at the end that we’d give up on this story and go pursue the other module’s story.
I’m also having some personal issues with this campaign and I’m not sure if it’s just me being difficult or problematic. So far I’ve played 4 different characters in this campaign because they keep dying or otherwise become unplayable. My first character just died in a TPK which was completely on us. Then my second character (human) permanently aged from being in his 20s to being in his late 80s which kind of messed up that character concept so I retired him. My third character is still alive but I’ve set them aside (as a backup character) to try playing another character that I really wanted to play but he was arrested (which was also on me) with no way of being bailed out because it’s too high of bail plus too long of a sentence (if he isn’t sentenced to death).
Because we’re all keeping track of XP individually, the other party members are level 7 or 8 and each character I’ve brought starts at level 1 and all of my characters except for my backup character have not made it past level 3. Since my characters are such low levels in comparison, they can’t really contribute that much especially in combats so I usually have them hang back during combats (ranged/spells) until they can get a level or two. I don’t really mind bringing in new characters that much since I have a bunch of character ideas I want to play but my last one that got arrested was a rebuild of my very first character so he was a little special to me.
However, recently I’ve been getting the feeling that there is some mild favoritism going on at the table by DM leniency and I’m just not one of those favorites. I try to be a good player for the DM and a good party member for the rest of the players. I just feel like whenever I try doing something creative that it never turns out well and my character either fails completely or gets mocked by an NPC in social interactions. At this point I’m starting to consider roleplaying more passively and reserved and just not try doing anything crazy.
I’ve already taken a pretty long break from this campaign because of some of my frustrations with the game. Another player in the group also has been getting pretty frustrated with it but has had his character do fine and he had talked to the DM about his it though not much changed because the DM is pretty confident and set in his DMing. We’re all friends IRL and I just don’t want to cause any conflict or anything between me and the DM. I don’t know if I’m just being problematic or complaining.
When it’s good and we’re all having fun, it’s great, but when it’s not it just kind of sucks. I still haven’t decide if I’m going to just bring in a new character (my backup isn’t that fun) or just leave the group again but permanently. D&D is one of my favorite things to look forward to each week but I’m just not really having fun anymore with this campaign but I still want to play. I’m just not sure whether to suck it up and keep playing and hope that it’ll be different with the new module or not.
My question has to do with emails.
I want to update and get some new ones, as the ones I have are on a few lists.
Sven said all I have to do is uncheck them and add new and the unchecked ones will still be used to verify etc. for targets that are halfway through the process of posting and the new (checked) emails will be used for new accounts.
Will I still be able to post additional links on existing accounts if the emails that were used at the time are present but unchecked?
I want the benefit of clean emails, but I also want to begin posting additional links where possible.
If not, I guess I can just create a new project with the new emails, and continue using the old ones to post on the old projects.
if a cleric is silenced after casting spiritual weapon, can they continue to use their bonus action to move and attack with the spiritual weapon. Or does the cleric need to use verbal means to control the spiritual weapon after initially casting?
Morbidly Obese Clown FAILED! He has NO testing! NO ventilators. No supplies for hospitals! NO plan! And all he can do is try and entice violence! Morbidly Obese Clown needs to sit his fat A*S*S down on his unicycle and fart his way into hell where he belongs with Jeffrey Epstein and Bill Barr!
If you use the 3rd part of the Shield Master Feat;
If you are subjected to an effect that allows you to make a Dexterity saving throw to take only half damage, you can use your reaction to take no damage if you succeed on the saving throw, interposing your shield between yourself and the source of the effect.
If another Fireball is dropped in the same spot, during the same round, but later in the Initiative Order, does the shield still help you? Or if a wagon full of explosives goes off, the DM wants it to work for only one bomb in the crate, not all of them. Many Reactions, once activated, keep working for the rest of the round. Since the Shield is still in the same protective place and the source is still the same, does it still provide the same protection?
Let me again be very clear. Same round. Same locations for the character, shield and the source of the effect. Does Shield Master continue working?
I have been trying to create a series of smooth lines down the outside of a bell shape, around the lip, and then back up the inside. The problem is that I can’t seem to accomplish this in a single brush stroke, and every time I’ve tried to join up multiple strokes, the join always looks really obvious.
Is there any way to “pause” a stroke so that you can rotate your view, and then resume it smoothly? Or is there any other way in general to go about something like this?
If you cast Polymorph on yourself to turn into a creature with low intelligence, can you/it continue to concentrate and thus remain in the polymorphed state for the duration of the spell? Or would the spell fail almost instantly because the new creature wouldn’t be able to concentrate?
The question arose from one of our players wanting to cast Polymorph on himself to turn himself into a Black Pudding (MM p.241). We all looked into the distance pensively.
The spell says it can transform to be a beast, so the “Black Pudding” would be out of the question, but some beasts have an Intelligence of 1, like the Black Pudding, for instance: a Lizard.
This spell transforms a creature that you can see within range into a new form. […] The transformation lasts for the duration, or until the target drops to 0 hit points or dies. The new form can be any beast whose challenge rating is equal to or less than the target’s (or the target’s level, if it doesn’t have a challenge rating). The target’s game statistics, including mental ability scores, are replaced by the statistics o f the chosen beast. It retains its alignment and personality. […] The creature is limited in the actions it can perform by the nature of its new form, and it can’t speak, cast spells, or take any other action that requires hands or speech.