Is making something "printer-friendly" skeuomorphic design?

Is there a significant need for printer-friendly design? Creating a digital report that looks like a paper report and can print out in that format, isnt that skeuomorphic design thinking?

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How can I tell if a program (e.g. open source) has bad-enough vulnerablities making it unsafe for current use?

I’m uneasy that Jitsi Meet (videoconferencing stack) is Chrome-first (bug relating to other browsers are fixed later) and dislike Chrome for privacy reasons. Jitsi has an Electron desktop web-wrapper though which I want to try, but I’m just paranoid that not enough devs are verifying its code, and that a hacker could find something, especially if the user’s in a work/business environment, even if that user prefers open-source to apps like Zoom. My associates and I are currently not ready for everyone to switch to a distro like Qubes (not to mention that Qubes has no commercial support feature).

Tempera Paints for Making Washes on Miniatures?

I do a lot of hobby crafting for tabletop gaming that involves painting miniatures and building scenery (think model railroad hobbyists). In this craft, there is a lot of need for washes of different sorts that fill in crevices and crannies for developing shadowing and texture.

I have some tempera paints that were gifted to me, but I don’t have much of a use for them and was thinking I could make them into washes of different colors since they are already very thin. Has anyone tried tempera paints for this? Will the paint hold up if painted over with acrylics? Will they be washed away when I attempt to seal my work (usually with Mod Podge and/or polycrylic)?

I suppose I can experiment a little bit, but I thought I’d see if anyone else has attempted this before putting time into it.

Edit: Or, if they might not be good for washes, what else could I use tempera for in terrain crafting?

crafting – Tempera Paints for Making Washes?

So, I do a lot of hobby crafting for tabletop gaming that involves painting miniatures and building scenery (think model railroad hobbyists). In this craft, there is a lot of need for washes of different sorts that fill in crevices and crannies for developing shadowing and texture. I have some tempera paints that were gifted to me, but I don’t have much of a use for them and was thinking I could make them into washes of different colors since they are already very thin. Has anyone tried tempera paints for this? Will the paint hold up if painted over with acrylics? Will they be washed away when I attempt to seal my work (usually with Mod Podge and/or polycrylic)? I suppose I can experiment a little bit, but I thought I’d see if anyone else has attempted this before putting time into it.

Thanks!

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development – The complete indifference by Bitcoin people is making me lose my enthusiasm for Bitcoin

I’ve been eagerly trying to spread the word about Bitcoin and running “Bitcoin Core” for a decade now. Every day, I hold on to this hope that it’s going to explode “any day now”… but it never happens.

Other than the sheer lack of adoption, I also can sense a horrible indifference by the Bitcoin developers. My Bitcoin Core is yet again in some bizarre state where it says “5 days left” (to sync) every day after it’s already fully synced and got ready yesterday, and remained “fully synced” until I went to bed. Looking at the clock, I wasn’t even asleep for five hours until I came back, started the machine up and yet again: “5 days left”…

The main program, Bitcoin Core, the core (no pun intended) of Bitcoin, is just falling apart and never seems to reach a point of being “ready for the masses”. Hell, the “masses” at this point barely know what a computer even is. All they have now are these surveillance devices (“smartphones”) which are even more fundamentally compromised than our PC hardware and OS (Windows in practice).

I haven’t heard a good Bitcoin news in forever. The price remains absurdly low (compared to what should have happened by now), but that’s not the main point. I don’t know how much longer I can hold on to this hollow, faint hope.

Much like I don’t see any enthusiasm for anything else anymore, both developers and users seem to just “chug along” and see this as some kind of “fun little theoretical hobby”, whereas I view it as a fight literally between life and death. If I didn’t like the banks before, I certainly don’t have any more love for them now that they have made it impossible to even view the account balance in a programmatic manner. They just keep crippling me, while Bitcoin (my savior) goes nowhere.

I want for Bitcoin Core to be stable. I want for Bitcoin to be adopted and used. I want to never have to use “fiat” money again. But it’s not happening. I can’t help but feel completely disillusioned at this point. “Let down” by the community; by people overall.

Instead of a wonderful, exciting new future of opportunities, all I see is tumbleweed and indifference from the few walking ghosts from the past who still retain any kind of knowledge of privacy and freedom. Scammers and scumbags have destroyed the reputation of Bitcoin and the “altcoins” are so obscure it’s not even meaningful to mention them at all.

What can I possibly do at this point other than sitting around and hoping for people to start caring and not remain slaves? They most certainly don’t listen to me, that’s for damn sure…

c++ – im making a dynamically allocated array of structures called restaurant that has dynamically allocated arrays of floats and strings for reviews,

im making a dynamically allocated array of structures called restaurant that has dynamically allocated arrays of floats and strings for reviews, but the code isn’t reading my text file correctly and my compiler is creating a separate main file with question marks. I don’t know what went wrong, also sry for bad formatting

#include <fstream>
using namespace std;

//constants
const int SIZE = 3, REV = 3;

struct restaurant
{
    string name;
    int zip;
    float *reviews;
    string *comments;

    ~restaurant()
    {
        if (reviews) delete () reviews;
        reviews=nullptr;
        if (comments) delete () comments;
        comments=nullptr;
    }
};

//prototypes
void outputRestaurant(restaurant&);

int main() {

    ifstream fin("input.txt");
    restaurant *restaurants = new restaurant (SIZE);
    
    for (int i = 0; i < SIZE; i++)
      {
        getline(fin, (restaurants+i)->name);
        fin >> (restaurants+i)->zip;
        (restaurants+i)->reviews = new float (REV);
        (restaurants+i)->comments = new string (REV);
        for (int j = 0; j < REV; j++)
         {
           fin >> *((restaurants+i)->reviews+j);
           getline(fin, *((restaurants+i)->comments+j));
         }
      }

    for (int i = 0; i < SIZE; i++)
     {
      outputRestaurant(*(restaurants+i));
     }
     
    fin.close();
}

void outputRestaurant(restaurant &a)
  {
    cout << "Restaurant summary:" << endl;
    cout << "t> Name: "<< a.name << endl;
    cout << "t> Zip: "<< a.zip << endl;
    for(int i = 0; i < SIZE; i++)
      {
        cout << "t> Review #"<< i+1 << ": "<< (*(a.reviews+i));
        cout << " : " << (*(a.comments + i)) << endl;
      }
  }

this is the text file

Lori's Diner
94114
4.5
Fantastic dining.
3.8
It was OK; lots of waiting.
2.2
Bugs in the food but 2 stars.
Mel's Diner
94114
3.3
Loved the silverware.
3.9
Glorious luxury dining.
2.9
Couldn't find Mel.
Luke's Diner
94114
5.0
The force was strong here
4.0
Dug the cantina vibe
2.5
Couldn't find Princess Leia.

dnd 5e – If you’re unconscious and making death saving throws, and an attack from within 5 feet of you hits you, does it cause 2 failed death saves?

In the PHB, it says that three death saving throw failures means you die; taking any damage causes 1 failure, and a critical hit causes 2 failures. But the unconscious condition says that attacks against an unconscious character have advantage and auto-crit if they’re within 5 feet.

That seems really tough — it almost guarantees that you’ll die if hit twice if one is melee, and on top of that if you’re hit once and not stabilized on your next turn you have a 45% chance of getting your third failure from the saving throw.

Am I correctly reading the rules? If you’re unconscious and making death saving throws, and an attack from within 5 feet of you hits you, does it cause 2 failed death saves?

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