Take off of 5 B-52 bombers from the US Air Force base. UU.

wild worlds: How do I represent a superior force?

I am beginning to learn Savage Worlds, both from the perspective of the player and the gamemaster.

As far as I know, NPCs can be "extras" or "wild cards." The extras are basically mooks that are inferior to PCs, and wild card antagonists can be on par with PCs, with multiple wound slots and a wild dice.

Any wild card can defeat another wild card with a little luck. However, it is a common trope in some genres when a single enemy is superior to a hero (or even a group of heroes), so it requires a lot of effort, teamwork and preparation to defeat one. How is that enemy supposed to be represented using the mechanics of the Wild Worlds?

redirects: using htaccess to force HTTPS does not work

I saw similar questions but they didn't solve my problem.

I have an active SSL on my WordPress website (hosted by IONOS 1 and 1). If I enter in me example.com Go to HTTPS. If i enter example.com/smth goes to HTTP (without s), if I enter www.example.com/smth If you go to HTTPS!

So my wish is to force HTTPS example.com/smth. I created a .htaccess file through Filezilla by entering all the code I could find for example:

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} (L,R=301,NE) 


RewriteEngine On 
RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80 
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://www.example.com/$1 (R=301,L,NE)

I tried it with the addition of WordPress:

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} (L,R=301,NE) 

# BEGIN WordPress

RewriteEngine On
RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^index.php$ - (L)
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php (L)

# END WordPress

But nothing seems to redirect! (The page is bebechan.net/ebook) Maybe I've done something wrong creating the .htacces or something?

force closure – "Google Play services continue to stop"

put on hold based primarily on the opinion of bmdixon, Lord of Fire 2 hours ago

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Instead of accusing Trump of Syria, why not force his resignation right now?

I have an idea, with the inevitable resurgence of ISIS and the flood of Syrian migrants, we will see how it develops.

The leftists should criticize the public responsible for this crisis in process, which are Trump and Trump alone.

Bonus points if they not only attack, but the Kurds tell Americans they are alone.


password cracking: how to create a custom brute force dictionary with all digitsfont> 9999 with before and after characters?

I want to waste time with some brute force stuff. I made a false login and I want to see if I can create a dictionary that forces the strength of my own password using only a generic pattern. The pattern is (two random letters a-z) (4 random digits) (00).

former. ic204200

The crunch doesn't seem feasible, unless I was doing something wrong. Some help?

mojave – Is there any way to force `apfsd` to defragment all files on a disk?

As I understand it, the HFS + and APFS volumes do not need to be defragmented, since the files will be relocated in contiguous spaces when they are opened, but I would like to leave a process running in the background that would do this to all the files on the disk. Is there a way to verify which files have more fragments or get a list of all the files on the disk?

How do I force Windows 7 Home to use the generic display driver permanently?

The old PC we use at work has a flickering screen and I have discovered that the problem is that the controller is defective for some reason. When I start in safe mode with network functions, the flickering screen problem disappears because Windows is using the generic display driver. I would like to make this the permanent driver for the PC.

I have found many solutions online, but they are only for Windows 8/10 or only work in the Pro version. I am using Windows 7 Home. There was a solution in this forum that suggested changing the values ​​in the group policy editor, but those values ​​do not exist in the Home edition. I have changed the settings in the control panel to stop updating the drivers automatically, but when I uninstall the screen driver it is still installed automatically.

air travel: why would the last minute ticket changes raise the suspicion of the border force?

From the independent:

Visiting certain countries, taking unusual flight routes and last minute ticket changes are known for requesting additional controls.

I understand "certain countries", but why would a last-minute ticket change be suspicious for border police?

And what would be an example of suspicious "unusual flight routes"?

htaccess: force all requests to HTTPS against not force all requests

If this is a duplicate, my apologies. I couldn't find anything that answered my question directly, but I might not be entering the correct search terms. So…

I am not new to cleaning mixed content errors after switching from http to https and I am not new to working with the htaccess file, but I am new to implementing the rules for http to https in the htaccess file. Obviously, the goal is to change all the links that search engines serve from http to https, but also to catch people who can have the site marked in http or write URL manually because they have memorized them. I am working with a WordPress site.

I read many pages and thought I had a clear idea of ​​what to add to htaccess, which was on the line of …

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} !=on
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} (L,R=301,NE)

I assumed (maybe incorrectly) that this handled all my requirements (that's 1. Tell search engines to change, 2. Capture visitors with old bookmarks and 3. Capture people who write a URL they have memorized) . I thought the above forced all requests.

Then I came across an article that seemed to suggest that people who type a URL manually will not be redirected simply using the condition / rule above. The article said it would force all requests with …

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTP:X-Forwarded-Proto} !https
RewriteRule ^ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} (L,R=301,NE)

So now I am confused. Do I use both together or do I just need the second one to make sure everything goes to HTTPS?

And speaking of working with WordPress, I also found another article that said that WordPress can be configured to force all requests to HTTPS in the wp configuration with …

define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true);

Is it necessary to change the wp configuration if htaccess is being used or is it a good idea to have both (maybe wp-config acts as a fail-safe test)? I would like to receive guidance on this from those who are better informed.

Also … if there is a better condition / rule to use than those mentioned above, let me know.