When optimizing for damage, is it better for a Dex-based crossbow fighter to go full Fighter or multiclass with Rogue?

I’m trying to build an optimized character for a 5th edition D&D campaign and I really like the crossbowman fighter concept, but I had considered dipping into rogue for at least 3 levels to pick up sneak attack damage and the assassin archetype. Would this be a good idea, or would it just be better to go full fighter in order to get all of my Extra Attacks?

I’m trying to optimize for maximum damage.

I’ve chosen Battle Master for the Fighter archetype, as it seems to be the most useful for this particular type of build. Survivability isn’t a priority over damage, but I’ll take it where I can. This particular game is starting at 3rd level and may very well last until 20th.

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Disk apparently full despite only ~25% being reported in baobab


The problem

I am using Ubuntu 18.04.1 and have an encrypted home folder.

I am having this weird problem where baobab only reports on ~95GB of my data, whereas df -h tells me my Ubuntu partition has 480GB with a usage of 100%.

The usage of 100% is something I cannot explain, but bothers me a lot and creates problems.

My home directory, with ~78GB (reported by baobab), makes up for most of the 95GB mentioned above.

I don’t really know how to proceed from here. Please help me find out what is going on and where 75% of disk usage come from that I cannot account for.

Appendix

df -x squashfs -x tmpfs -h -T

Filesystem               Type      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on udev                     devtmpfs   16G     0   16G   0% /dev /dev/nvme0n1p7           ext4      480G  447G  8.7G  99% / /dev/nvme0n1p1           vfat      646M   77M  570M  12% /boot/efi /home/sebastian/.Private ecryptfs  480G  447G  8.7G  99% /home/sebastian 

sudo du -hs /* | sort -h

0       /initrd.img 0       /initrd.img.old 0       /proc 0       /sys 0       /vmlinuz 0       /vmlinuz.old 4.0K    /cdrom 4.0K    /lib64 4.0K    /srv 16K     /lost+found 40K     /media 48K     /dev 176K    /root 3.0M    /tmp 3.2M    /run 5.8M    /lib32 6.5M    /libx32 13M     /sbin 14M     /bin 21M     /etc 234M    /boot 516M    /mnt 848M    /lib 1.2G    /opt 6.5G    /usr 12G     /snap 146G    /home 712G    /var 

Is backward syncing viable for full nodes?

Currently, Every Bitcoin Core full node has to download the whole blockchain at least once. This situation is even worse if pruning is enabled – the user has to download the whole gigantic blockchain all over again if a rescan is required (typically after importing privkeys/addresses/wallet.dat).

I once heard that “backward syncing” might help. I also heard that “UTXO commitment” could eliminate the need for downloading old blocks. I wonder what exactly are them? Is there any relationship between them? Is there any technical hurdle that is very hard to overcome?

Does A RAW file exist containing the full dynamic range of a natural scene with a ratio of 100,000:1?

I’ve just read Karl Lang’s excellent whitepaper – Rendering the Print: the Art of Photography. In it, he mentions that the ratio of light to dark in a ‘natural scene’ can have a ratio of 100,000:1, a modern high-end sensor can only capture a range of 8,000 to 1, while a modern pigment printer can only print something like 250:1. He also mentions that it is possible to capture the full dynamic range of a scene using a spectral pixmap though he says this is not practical for general use for reasons of cost and duration of capture. This got me wondering about RAW data generated from sources other than consumer cameras, or created artificially to represent the full possible dynamic range. Do any such RAW files exist? I appreciate that shooting HDR is a way to achieve a similar end, but I’m interested in seeing (and hopefully playing with) a RAW file containing data for the full potential dynamic range.

Why aren’t iPhone text messages at full width?

Why aren’t text messages viewed on the iPhone iOS displayed at full width? I can think of several reasons why it would make sense:

  • Short messages won’t have unnecessary line breaks, long text messages will be easier to read.
  • Text messages with an even width and alignment will have an improved sense of vertical and symmetry.
  • Contrast of colour and the tails of a message bubble indicate if a text is an incoming or outgoing message.

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How can I get the full content of a PHPUnit test truncated response?

I’m writing a Functional test (extending BrowserTestBase) for a Drupal REST resource. My resource works fine in real life, but the test (running with –verbose and –debug options) throws a server error

...resulted in a '500 500 Service unavailable (with message)' response: The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later.</br></br><em class="placeholder">Drupal\Component\P (truncated...)

This happens when I make the request, before I can try to catch it in an assertion. I’m pretty sure that truncated output has the information I need to solve this, but I’m having no luck getting to it. Drupal console docs say there’s a test:run command but when I try that (v1.8.0), it tells me that’s not a valid command name. I’ve tried running my test through the debugger but no help there, either.

Is there any way I can get to see what’s in the truncated part of the response?

full page persian number

After running the page This code does not work on Google Maps

$  (document).ready(function () { persian = { 0: '۰', 1: '۱', 2: '۲', 3: '۳', 4: '۴', 5: '۵', 6: '۶', 7: '۷', 8: '۸', 9: '۹' }; function traverse(el) {     if (el.nodeType == 3) {         var list = el.data.match(/[0-9]/g);         if (list != null && list.length != 0) {             for (var i = 0; i < list.length; i++)                 el.data = el.data.replace(list[i], persian[list[i]]);         }     }     for (var i = 0; i < el.childNodes.length; i++) {         traverse(el.childNodes[i]);     } } traverse(document.body); 

});

First full frame

I’m looking to get my first canon full frame. I mostly take photos of high school wrestling and night football. I would like to stay around $ 1000. Currently I have a T7i. Is there any advice as to what I should be looking at?