dnd 5e – How should I enforce my players to play the alignment they get?

So I started a new campaign, where my players may go to other planes, which are described in the DMG. There are several planes, which has a nice side effect, which will change the PCs alignment.

My question is: how to enforce a player to act like that alignment, which he/she become from that plane?

Can I play 4k video on my TV through my MacBook using a Thunderbolt/HDMI cable?

A silly question perhaps, but nonetheless…
I own an early 2015, 13-inch MacBook Air, and I recently purchased a 4k 43′ TCL TV with HDMI 2.0 ports.

I’m thinking about purchasing a Thunderbolt/MiniDisplay to HDMI cable that supports 4k@60Hz. Is this a worthwhile investment, or will my MacBook’s capabilities hinder the ability to play 4k videos on the TV through my MacBook?

applications – Samsung Galaxy M11 and Samsung Galaxy M01s not able to install 64bit apps from google play store even while having 64bit chipsets

Samsung Galaxy M11 has a Qualcomm SDM450 Snapdragon 450 chipset while the Samsung Galaxy M01s has a Mediatek MT6762 Helio P22 chipset. Going to their websites, on Qualcomm and Mediatek respectively, shows that they both support 64bit. However as mentioned in the title, the two phones are unable to install 64bit apps from the Google Play Store. I am suspecting that the reason for this is because their OSs might be 32bit. (I can’t check personally because someone else has the phones and I am trying to solve a problem for them.) If that is the case, is it wise to flash a 64bit OS to the phones to be able to run 64bit apps?
Below are the links to the chipset specs on their respective websites:



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How can I play a youtube video in Unity if given the youtube URL link?

How can I play a youtube video in Unity if given the youtube URL link? I am using 2019.4.13
Is there a way to open webpages?

icons – Button for “Play, but from beginning” for a scrubber UX

IEC 60417 is a standard for symbols to put on electrical devices (TVs, VCRs, washing machines, MRIs etc.) and ISO 7000 collects these. Each costs around 100 bucks, but there is a free preview PDF.
It’s the closest I could find that would standardize the common playback controls like play ▶️, pause ⏸, play/pause ⏯, stop ⏹, fast forward ⏩, rewind ⏪, skip/next ⏭, prev ⏮, record ⏺.
It covers all of these and more.

The standard even offers two variants for many of the media control icons.
Alas, the symbols in actual use are rather a mix of both, e.g. the equivalent of playback in the standard #5107A/B: Normal run; Normal speed is either an arrow with a hollow equilateral triangle as head ⇾ or a filled isosceles triangle ►, whereas commonly a filled equilateral triangle ▶ is used (all pointing right).

⇾ or ►

Likewise, the symbol ↪️ #5125 Recapitulate has two variants A/B:

and ↪︎

They both follow the example of #5862 Previous; Play previous part, which looks quite distinct from ⏭ #5861 Next; Play next part:

↪| vs. ⏭

Those come both in a single variant, but are based upon the different Normal run variants. Standards – go figure.

I obviously don’t recommend to follow standards blindly, especially when they obviously have been adapted with a bit of freedom by the industry. (Other parts of the standards are followed slavishly in respective areas, though.) Also, as I’ve shown, the standard symbols don’t seem to be consistent all the time.

My actual suggestion would be to use an #5459 Eject symbol ⏏ turned a quarter-circle clock-wise, filled or hollow as fits the visual scheme.
Reasoning: The vertical bar on the left then indicates an earlier cue mark, which is the start of the current track by default.
There’s a similar IEC symbol #5471 Frame by frame, general with two thin lines.
Note that the more familiar variant of ⏸ #5111B Pause; Interruption is just as hollow as the triangles (or the Stop square).

⏏ ⤵︎ turned eject: replay, play again, play from start, recapitulate⏸▶️⏸

PS: The ISO/IEC 9995-7 standard symbol for the Home key is ⇱.

Related standards

I didn’t actually review any of these in detail, but provide them for reference:

  • ISO/IEC 18035 Icon symbols and functions for controlling multimedia software applications This one seems very appropriate, in section 6 it specifies:
    1. Dynamic media controls (Play, Stop, Pause, Replay, Play backward, Scan forward, Scan backward, Fast forward, Rewind, Step forward, Step backward, Record)
    2. Attributes of dynamic media controls (Loop, Set volume, Mute, Speaker on)
    3. Navigation controls (Go to … beginning, previous state / visited presentation segment / media object, next presentation segment within the application / media object within the composite media object, end / exit)
    4. Additional controls (Main menu, Eject, Help, Snapshot, Save)
  • ISO 14915-2 Software ergonomics for multimedia user interfaces — Part 2: Multimedia navigation and control This standard is more about the concepts than the symbols.

More general ones:

  • ISO/IEC 11581-1, -6 User system interfaces and symbols — Icon symbols and functions — Part 1: Icons — General Not about multimedia control, this standard deals with common icons for office and generic applications, e.g. Open, Save, Print, Bold.
  • ISO 14915-1 Software ergonomics for multimedia user interfaces — Part 1: Design principles and framework
  • ISO 9241-12, -13, -16 Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs)
    • Part 12: Presentation of information
    • Part 13: User guidance
    • Part 16: Direct manipulation dialogues

Examples from actual products

Apple Logic Pro X
Microsoft Powerpoint for Mac (presenter view)Adobe Premiere Pro
(source: adobe.com)

Programatically download all the apps under a particular category (e.g. Educational) to PC from Google Play Store

I want to crawl and download all the apps from Google Play Store for a particular category (e.g. Educational https://play.google.com/store/apps/category/FINANCE?hl=en_IN&gl=US).

  • Is it possible that we can download all the apps from a particular
    category from Google Playstore?
  • Is there any work done in the past, such that we have a database for the list of the
    all the apps and their package name for a particular category of

Does play store filter out NFC apps for phones which do not have NFC?

That depends on the app. For using NFC in an app the developer has to declare that in the app’s AndroidManifest.xml that is contained it the app (and used by the PlayStore to detect if an app is compatible at all).

When using a feature you can declare if it is required=true or not, if it is not required it is considered optional:

<uses-feature android:name="android.hardware.nfc" android:required="true"/>

Therefore for apps that declare the NFC feature as required=true PlayStore will not show you those apps on a non NFC phone. If it is set to optional (required=false) then you will be able to see this app.

See also https://stackoverflow.com/questions/52695866/does-nfc-permission-result-in-an-error-when-the-device-has-no-support

Add Chromebook to google play

I am logged in on my phone and can download stuff on there. The problem im having now, is that my chromebook is not showing up on my devices.