Google Analytics: View filter not picking up any traffic

I have created a new view (a copy of the main one) and set a filter as follows:

However, if I visit any URL with that inside of it, nothing gets picked up on the real-time view. However it does get picked up on the main view, where there are no filters.

I can’t click on the verify link as it’s saying the service isn’t available

Any ideas?

Picking the most cost efficient sets

I have two 2D arrays: $$P[n][s]$$ and $$C[n][s]$$, $$s \leq n$$.

P contains sets of nodes and $$C$$ the cost of a set in $$P$$, e.g. the cost of $$P[2][2]$$ is $$C[2][2]$$ and a set $$p \in P = \{ s_0, s_1, …, s_{n-1} \}^q, q \leq n$$, e.g. $$p=\{s_0, s_3\}$$.

For every row I can pick at most one set but in the end the union of the picked sets needs to contain all nodes $$\{s_0, s_1, …, s_{n-1} \}$$.

How do I find the least expensive picks in linear time?

Are wizards with the Improved Familiar Attunement and the Enhanced Familiar feat restricted to only picking familiar abilities?

From PF2E Core Rulebook p. 218:

Familiar and Master Abilities

Each day, you channel your magic into two abilities, which can be either familiar or master abilities….

Which is fine and makes sense. On p. 205:

Improved Familiar Attunement

…Your familiar gains an extra ability, and it gains an additional extra ability when you reach 6th, 12th, and 18th levels.

And on p. 210:

Enhanced Familiar

You infuse your familiar with additional magical energy. You can select four familiar or master abilities each day, instead of two.

Special If your arcane thesis is improved familiar attunement, your familiar’s base number of familiar abilities, before adding any extra abilities from the arcane thesis, is four.

Does having all these features restrict me to picking only familiar abilities, and not master abilities?

Are there any rules for picking up non-hostile creatures?

Grapple rules seem to be geared towards a constant struggle between two or more combatants. But are there any rules around, say, throwing a wounded NPC over your shoulder to bring them to safety, picking up your party member’s trio of pet rats, or having one of the creatures concede during a grapple? For example, what sort of action is it, and does doing so impose any sort of penalties?

How should a GM handle PCs picking up NPC weapons?

In Blades, most gear is abstracted. PCs can gain access to new gear using downtime activities such as Acquire Asset and Crafting. How are stolen items (which aren’t immediately sold or handed over during Payoff) handled?

I’m noticing that crew playbooks don’t have extra slots for gear gained in this way and I can’t find it mentioned in the rules.

Would it be appropriate to start a clock “[Faction] tracks down [PC] to get [Item]” as a result of a PC keeping and using an identifiable piece of gear (during Payoff) or would it be more appropriate to do it later as a consequence / complication of an Action Roll?

What other courses of action does a GM have when PCs gain gear in this way?

Windows 7 isn’t picking up a Wlan Network Adapter, I checked the Bios, it’s not there either?

The Ethernet Cable works fine through the Windows 7 Operating System. The Wifi Switch is on this Lenovo T430 Laptop What could be the issue? Please Help.

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Picking the right CR for a tier two party’s boss encounter?

I am currently writing an adventure for D&D 5e, character levels 5-10, and am trying to find the right boss.

A Mummy Lord is the perfect monster for the plot, however the CR (15) does seem a little high given the XP calculation rules on pg 82 of the DMG. At this point the party’s only encounter would be with 3 mummies, so hit points, spell slots, and ki should still be high.

Will a mummy lord devastate my party, or will it provide a dangerous, but not completely suicidal, boss battle?

Can a 14th level Theurgy Wizard with the Arcana Domain cast their 8th/9th level spells after picking up three levels in another Full Caster class?

The Theurgy Wizard from UA: Wizard Revisited gets to choose a Cleric Domain at 2nd level. At 14th level they get the Arcane High Priest feature, which grants them the 17th-level benefits associated with their chosen domain.

A cleric who chose Arcana as their domain would therefore gain the Arcane Mastery feature, which reads as follows:

ARCANE MASTERY

At 17th level, you choose four spells from the wizard spell list, one from each of the following levels: 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th. You add them to your list of domain spells. Like your other domain spells, they are always prepared and count as cleric spells for you.

I’ve seen people on the internet argue that this 14th level wizard would be able to cast the chosen 8th and 9th level spells. This is of course not true, as the wizard in question would not have the necessary spell slots, regardless of whether those spells are always prepared.

But this wizard could pick up three levels in another Full Caster class (bard, cleric, druid, or sorcerer) or six levels in a Half Caster class (paladin, ranger, or this new UA revised artificer). Per the Multiclassing Rules, this would give this character a 9th level spell slot.

Question: Can this hypothetical character cast their 8th and 9th level spells granted by the Arcane Mastery feature via the Arcane High Priest feature, despite not being able to know or prepare any other spells of that level?

Disclaimer: I know that UAs are playtest material and not tuned for multiclassing. I know that the situation I describe in this question is very unlikely to come up in a real-life D&D game. I’m interested in an answer per RAW.

Algorithm for picking seedbox to put torrent on

Which algorithm would be best for deciding which seedbox each torrent should go on? It must be able to fit the torrents in the minimum number of seedboxes, but also maximize the free space on each seedbox and equalize the number of torrents per seedbox. There may be other requirements for this application that I have not screwed up thought of yet.

My current dataset is 8.9TB in 154 torrents, but both numbers will be growing. My current seedboxes can each hold 455GB, but this will probably change in the future. 8.9TB/455GB = 20 seedboxes minimum and 154/20 = around 8 torrents per box, for my current dataset & seedboxes.

My first attempt was to walk through the torrent list from largest to smallest. If the current torrent would fit on the current seedbox, put it there and remove it from the list, then move on to the next torrent. Once the complete list of torrents was walked, move on to the next seedbox, starting the list of remaining torrents over from the largest remaining.

This resulted in 20 seedboxes (the optimal solution), but I ran into two different problems:

1. I underestimated the overhead on each seedbox. Since I stuffed as many torrents as I could on each, box 1 ran out of space. I solved this by moving a 4GB torrent to box 19, but it would be nice if the new algorithm did a better job of spreading free space around.

2. I ended up with three torrents on box 0 (and eventually box 1), and 51 torrents (eventually 52) on box 19. CPU/memory utilization on a seedbox is proportional to the number of torrents, regardless of the size of each torrent. This means box 19 is doing 17 times as much work as box 0. It would be nice if the new algorithm kept the number of torrents per seedbox relatively consistent.

My subsequent attempts REALLY aren’t worth discussing.

A CPAN module already implementing the algorithm would be awesome (yeah, right). If you’d like to play with live data, a list of the current torrent sizes can be found at https://freerainbowtables.com/torrents.txt

Thank you.