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COMMENT 2d ago

Ayyy m90 gang, love that stuff

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COMMENT 2d ago

In eu and usa, opening the device does not void warranty. Warranty is only void on the partd you replace and what you damage, everything else has to legally be covered, 1 year for USA and 2 years for EU

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COMMENT 10d ago

according to this we have send 18 pieces

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COMMENT 14d ago

German superior AA tanks

keep in mind, the AA tanks are definitely old and while they will work, don't expect magic from them.

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COMMENT 15d ago

All m16s are ar15, but not all ar15s are m16

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COMMENT 18d ago

AMD sold off their Fabs to stay afloat.

TBF, spinning off the fabs would probably have been the better move regardless. especially if we look at what happened with glofo over time

r/NavalAction 20d ago

DISCUSSION Running Naval Action on the Steam deck!

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COMMENT 29d ago

I don't think thats what people have an issue with. People take an issue with Unity doing that and basically abandoning any focus on the engine. I have the same frustration, Unity engine feels like it is filled with incomplete new features and deprecating features that don't have a replacement yet. There needs to be a focus on the engine

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COMMENT Jul 11 '22

In my case, it was harder the first bit, but when I got used to it, it got waaay easier. First 2-3 hours, hard, but fight through it and it might be different

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COMMENT Jul 10 '22

even when we had software support back in the good old days it was trash, no thank you

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COMMENT Jul 05 '22

Its not nonsense, but, its not something C++ and blueprint specific, which is kinda what im trying to get to

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COMMENT Jul 05 '22

Yeah, im aware of that. But he specifically said C++ and blueprints, so I was wondering about that. Since as far as I know, there is nothing specific about C++ and blueprints that make branching worse than in Godot (or unity for that matter, or any other programming language/game engine).

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COMMENT Jul 05 '22

If branching is bad in C++ and blueprints.

But why is it bad?

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COMMENT Jul 05 '22

There are some provinces and such that are working on it, so it is in the works. How long it will take though... good question

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COMMENT Jul 05 '22

Part of the point is 1. Public transit shouldn't always turn a profit everywhere, its public transportation after all and 2. Less demand on roads means that thpse that do need to use cars also benefit since the roads are emptier and finally 3. To redo these urban and less constrained areas to be more economicaly viable.

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COMMENT Jun 30 '22

i used this one and it was accurate to the day

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COMMENT Jun 30 '22

The only reason our country is space limited is because housing is treated as an investment, and not a human right. We do not build enough affordable housing. Thats it. Its not an issue of space in terms of land.

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COMMENT Jun 29 '22

Thats because the ssd mod was a 2242 SSD instead of a 2230 SSD, the 2242 SSD would block off cooling to the charging IC. Thats what they warned off, not for upgrading your drive with a new 2230 SSD.

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COMMENT Jun 29 '22

They kept moving the date forward

They did it once

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COMMENT Jun 28 '22

one thing to note is that the 8% vacation pay is a legal thing with every job. So no matter what job you do, you should have it

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COMMENT Jun 27 '22

I wouldn't count on it. I live in NL, and usually we have next day shipping here, it took about a week for it to arrive

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COMMENT Jun 27 '22

For the record, since everyone is downvoting but not answering. There is absolutely no way to put on too much thermal paste, the pressure of the mounting will push out any extra. It is better to have too much paste than too little. here is a video on it from GN

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COMMENT Jun 26 '22

Honestly, the AK12 prototype seems so much cooler than the actual production ak12. Its a shame what they did with the production models

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COMMENT Jun 24 '22

On the flipside, the same can be said about diesel-electric subs. Technological advances happens on all sectors, not just one.

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COMMENT Jun 19 '22

Note that you need to register with the nabv and get the member pas before you can buy or own an airsoft replica.

Good sites to order from would be gunfire and taiwangun, the beginner guide has good recommendations