I was looking at the description of the spell Creation in 5th Ed, and saw a gap. It lists the duration for “Precious Metals” but not for other metals. I thought it might be the same as stone and crystal, since they’re mentioned together.
In the Calendar app on macOS Mojave, is it possible to change the default duration for an event from one hour to twenty minutes?
Coming from Ecuador to Colombia, I declared at the .EC exit and .CO immigration offices that I was planning to stay in Colombia for a month.
I’m really liking Colombia and would like to extend my stay to 2 months. Do I need to do/declare anything?
The visa (rather stamp) in my passport doesn’t have any visible duration on it (just what appears to be a signature scribble). 2 months is still well short of the 90 consecutive days period. Could I get in trouble (e.g. pay fines) when I leave that I overstayed that estimated duration, e.g. if they made an electronic record in they system?
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The Aura boon says:
Choose a single bane or boon which uses the same attribute that you used to invoke Aura. The maximum power level for the chosen bane or boon is one-half the power level of your aura.
The duration for aura is ‘Sustain Persists’, meaning that it only continues you use a minor action each turn to keep it active.
However, heal has a duration of ‘instantaneous’, so regularly healing only applies once. Would it apply multiple times if was used with aura?
It gets even more confusing when the regeneration boon is introduced, as that has a duration of ‘sustain persists’ and has an effect like heal, so it would be pretty useless as an aura if an aura of healing worked multiple times.
I own a Yongnuo YN-560 III speedlite, and I found out that it lets me freeze motion (for example, a water splash) at 1/16 of its power. However, the amount of light at 1/16 is not enough to properly light the scene I’m shooting.
Is it possible to increase the amount of light by using more speedlites, while maintaining the same flash duration?
I wish to apply for a short stay VISA for France as a scientist and for this, my host institution is providing me with a protocole d’accueil document. In how many days, after the submission of protocole d’accueil and other necessary documents at the French consulate in my country, will the VISA be sanctioned?
I want to search for say pizza near 123 Main Street. I can do that (https://email@example.com,-88.9411735,13z/data=!3m1!4b1), but I want the view to also allow me to enter a start location and in one search result area show me how long it takes to get to each one. I don’t want to have to click each result and then get directions – this is so tedious because you’ve gotta open tons of new tabs and middle clicking doesn’t work on Google Maps. Distance is interesting, but if the 2 mile trip requires travel through terrible traffic it’s not as good as the 6 mile trip with no traffic.
I want a “search for things near an address and include travel duration from that address directly in the results.”
I have a requirement where I need to know when the sum(value) reaches certain point and calculate duration. Below is the sample table.
create table sample (dt timestamp, value real); insert into sample values (‘2019-01-20 00:29:43+00 ‘,0.2948),(‘2019-01-20 00:35:06+00 ‘,0.2948),(‘2019-01-20 00:35:50+00 ‘,0.2948), (‘2019-01-20 00:36:32+00 ‘,0.2948),(‘2019-01-20 00:37:20+00 ‘,0.2948),(‘2019-01-20 00:41:30+00 ‘,0.4261), (‘2019-01-20 00:42:28+00 ‘,0.4261),(‘2019-01-20 00:43:14+00 ‘,0.4261),(‘2019-01-20 00:44:18+00 ‘,0.4261);
select * from sample order by dt; dt | value
2019-01-20 00:29:43 | 0.2948
2019-01-20 00:35:06 | 0.2948
2019-01-20 00:35:50 | 0.2948
2019-01-20 00:36:32 | 0.2948
2019-01-20 00:37:20 | 0.2948
2019-01-20 00:41:30 | 0.4261
2019-01-20 00:42:28 | 0.4261
2019-01-20 00:43:14 | 0.4261
2019-01-20 00:44:18 | 0.4261
Now my requirement is to calculate cumulative sum of next records to see when the sum(value) reaches above 1.0 (it can be 1 records or n number of records) and once I find that point, I need to calculate time difference between current record and record where sum(value) reaches 1.
Essentially I want output in below format.
dt | value | sum(value)| time_at_sum(value)_1| Duration
2019-01-20 00:29:43| 0.29 | 1.01 | 2019-01-20 00:35:50 | 00:06:07
2019-01-20 00:35:06| 0.31 | 1.31 | 2019-01-20 00:37:20 | 00:02:14
2019-01-20 00:35:50| 0.41 | 1.00 | 2019-01-20 00:37:20 | 00:01:30
2019-01-20 00:36:32| 0.26 | 1.01 | 2019-01-20 00:41:30 | 00:04:58
2019-01-20 00:37:20| 0.33 | 1.10 | 2019-01-20 00:42:28 | 00:05:08
2019-01-20 00:41:30| 0.42 | 1.29 | 2019-01-20 00:43:14 | 00:01:44
2019-01-20 00:42:28| 0.35 | 1.12 | 2019-01-20 00:44:18 | 00:01:50
2019-01-20 00:43:14| 0.52 | NULL | – | –
2019-01-20 00:44:18| 0.25 | NULL | – | –
Anyone has ideas or pointers on how to deal with above requirement?