## steamworks – how do I set what beta branch I want to upload to in steam?

I am new to using steam, I just started working in a company and they have many beta branches, when uploading the game I just run the cmd which executes the app-build-xxxx.vdf file. But how do I set what specific branches I want those changes to be uploaded to? (it cannot be the release build). is it by using the `setlive` field?. Something like:

``````    "appid"           "xxxxx"
"desc"            "Beta branch xxxx "

"buildoutput"     "..output"
"contentroot"     "....Game"

"setlive"         "<Name of the branch here as it is in steamworks>"
$$```$$
``````

## google search – Run beta versions of sites SEO safely

We have domain.com and want to test a new site template on beta.domain.com.

What is the correct way to run a beta test without affecting SEO of the main domain.com?

In the topic SEO safe way to run beta of new site on seperate domain I found 2 recommendations:

1. Putting a robots.txt with noindex to our beta.domain.com
2. Canonicalizing beta.domain.com to domain.com – Why? In any case we already have the noindex flag…

Does it still actual in 2020? Do you have any other recommendations?

By the way, do we need to register beta.domain.com in Google Webmasters Tools?

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## steamworks – Is there a way to create steam beta branches automatically

OK, here I have a situation.

We are developing a game and our CI is building many branches for it — “megafeature”, “releaseittomorrow”, “hotfix-to-test” et cetera. Of course names of these branches differs in time.

Every branch is uploaded into steamworks beta branches with the same name, but I have to create this branch in admin panel manually.

Is there a way to create steamworks beta branch automatically? Something like

``````steamcmd +login MyLogin MyPassword +create_beta_branch my_another_feature +exit
``````

?

I’ve looked through official documentation and found nothing. Maybe I looked in a wrong place?

## updates – I accidentally started the download/install process for the Android 11 beta, can I cancel it?

I have two Pixel phones on Android 10. Yesterday I joined the Android Beta program to get Android 11, with the intention to try Android 11 on one phone and keep the other on Android 10. I started the download/install process on one phone. Today, I wanted to check on the progress of the Android 11 update process, went to settings and saw that an update was available. Thinking that maybe it timed out and I just needed to try again, I chose to download/install the update.

Immediately after it started, I checked which phone I was looking at, and was horrified to find it was the other phone, the one I wanted to keep on Android 10. So I wanted to cancel the process on this phone, but there is no cancel button. Since the UI didn’t provide the option, I thought I’d try killing the processes on the phone.

``````crosshatch:/ # ps -A | grep update
u0_a64       10143   893 4987920  48108 SyS_epoll_wait      0 S com.google.android.configupdater
root         10773     1   44184   5808 SyS_epoll_wait      0 S update_engine
crosshatch:/ # kill -9 10143
``````

This killed com.google.android.configupdater, but update_engine refused to die. Every time I tried killing update_engine, a new one would pop up.

When I went back to the system update screen, though, it mercifully indicated that the download was paused. BUT it only presented an option to Resume, NOT to cancel.

Even then, this reprieve was short lived, as it soon automatically chose to Resume, without receiving any indication from me that I wanted to do that.

I have now turned off the phone while trying to figure out how to keep it on Android 10.

I see that in some cases, after the download is complete, the user will be given a final chance to decide whether to proceed. Is this true for the update to Android 11? And as the question in that link asks, can I choose to just delete the download instead? Or is there even some way to cancel the download in progress? I’m nervous about letting it complete and then maybe deciding for me that I want to proceed rather than selecting “Later”.

## trigonometry – “If \$acos(2x)+bsin(2x)=c\$ has \$alpha\$ and \$beta\$ as its roots, then prove that…”. What does ‘roots’ refer to here?

The statement to be proved is : $$tanalpha + tanbeta = dfrac{2b}{a+c}$$ but I don’t want a proof for this statement through this question. I would like to clarify the meaning of ‘roots’ in this question and try solving it myself later. Please don’t post a proof for this statement.

So, I know what roots of a function mean. For a function $$f$$, $$x$$ is its root (or zero) if $$f(x) = 0$$. But, what we have here is an equation.

As I see it, it can mean two things

• When substituted in place of $$x$$, $$alpha$$ and $$beta$$ would make the value of $$c$$ equal to $$0$$
• $$acos(2x) + bsin(2x) – c$$ is the function and its value of $$alpha$$ and $$beta$$ is $$0$$. This would mean that $$alpha$$ and $$beta$$ are the solution of the given equation

I think that the latter is true. I know that this is a trivial question but I would like to get a clarification, nonetheless.

Thanks!

• ## beta – macOS Big Sur : Menubar is Greyed out

after installing MacOs Big Sur, I disabled transparency from Accessibility and I noticed that Colour of dock is looking perfectly fine but menubar was greyed out and Accent was also changes to black as you can see in picture. And there is another issue. checking in ‘reduce motion’ option in Accessibility causes menubar to flash in full screen mode(without touching trackpad or keyboard).

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