The unicode characters under the "Basic Latin" unicode block from U+0001 to U+007F are the characters that characters we use in English. However, the "Latin-1 Supplement" block from U+0080 to U+00FF is an extension of the "Basic Latin" block and includes characters that are used in some languages. For example, the Spanish language use all the characters from U+0080 to U+00BF as well as the letter "Ñ/ñ" (U+00D1 and U+00F1), which is pronounced like the "ny" in "canyón". So, how did some languages get the characters under the Latin-1 supplement block?
I’m using COMSOL to set up some models and I have two computers – one that is weak and has the license on and a second one which is very powerful and I would like to use the weak computer with the license to set up the model, the geometry, boundary conditions etc, and the second one for carrying the heavy stuff – the the computation. Are there any ways to do something like this? This questions is more general than just COMSOL. Is there any way to use the resources of a second computer to supplement the power of the first one?
Have a wix website and need a payment gateway for supplement sales. Can anyone suggest any I can use either with wix or on another platform.
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I am creating a completely unique setting for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, and really pouring my heart and soul into it. Under Wizards of the Coast’s OGL (Open Gaming License), I am hoping to sell this setting as a supplement book (probably a downloadable PDF through DriveThruRPG).
However, I’m a little bit fuzzy on the differences between the OGL, and the SRD, and what I’m allowed to use vs. what I’m not in the context of a commercial product. Specifically, I was thinking of referencing some non-SRD cleric domains (the only SRD cleric domain, as far as I know, is Life), such as, say, the ones from the Player’s Handbook, in the context of locations that are tied to particular Domains. Would that be permissible? I don’t know if I’m allowed to use non-SRD domains in a commercial work. I wouldn’t be reproducing the actual Domains, in their specific mechanics, just referencing their existence.
Has there been an official statement from Wizards of the Coast confirming if the upcoming D&D 5e supplement Xanathar’s Guide to Everything will be AL-legal? It’s due to be released on 21 November 2017.
From what I have heard, Spelljammer sounds quite fun but it seems it was only released for 2e.
So does it just contain world descriptions or does it have new rules and if it has new rules could they be converted to 5th edition Dungeons and Dragons?
I’m a pretty experienced TTRPG player planning on running an Itras By campaign with a slightly modified setting. Several of my players are new to RPGs, and a couple are slightly experienced.
While I really, really love the setting of Itras By, the system feels perhaps too freeform for new players, and I’m worried that the Resolution Cards won’t provide the players enough of an opportunity to utilize their characters’ skills, as they have all have the same chance at succeeding in a task, regardless of the task at hand or their experience with that task. I do love the Chance Cards, and was planning to keep them.
My working plan is to replace the Resolution Cards with something like a FATE system, in which the game’s existing character creation is supplemented with skills from FATE, and fudge dice are used to see how situations are handled. Maybe more in line with the original setting, I might also get a pack of FATE cards, though I don’t have experience with those and I’m not sure if they’re any good.
My brother had an alternate solution, in which the cards in the Resolution Deck change based on a character’s skill in a situation.
Does anybody have experience modifying Itras By like this? Would it detract from the surrealism of the setting, or create a disconnect between gameplay and setting? Would the FATE cards help make up for this? Am I completely wrong in the first place about this potential failing of the Resolution Cards?
Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks.
I am the only UI/UX Designer working in a startup firm. My design tool of choice is Sketch, having tried Adobe Xd and Figma before. I like it since i can get a variety of plugins which speed up the design process. My challenge comes in in the userflow and prototyping stages. I do all my rough wireframing on paper then design high fidelity mockups in Sketch. If i need to do a userflow based on these screens from Sketch currently I import into Overflow and do the userflow there. However i find that since I have quite a technical project with lots of different possible states of screens based on what a user clicks I cannot properly show those states other than by duplicating those screens and typing text explanation on the arrow itself.
Are the better tools that work well with Sketch for doing the userflow, that i can just import from Sketch without having to redesign the screens all together?
I’m a big fan of psychics (character option, monsters, lore… everything in fact), and I want to use them in my D&D campaign.
Is there an official supplement about them or is it just an UA?
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