## Microsoft \$ MSFT short: here is the technical level

As markets continue to rise, investors become more confident. The atmosphere now is that COVID-19 will pass soon and will continue to function as usual. Actually, that is unlikely. Until there is a vaccine, there will be "business as usual". With that said, the rally may last a bit longer. Microsoft is likely to head to the table's main technical resistance at \$ 178.50. That's my key short level to attack. Once there, I'll pull the trigger. I'll also start shorting the S&P and NASDAQ 100.

Based on all the work in the tech cycle, there's still another lower leg that could take us lower than the recent \$ SPY low of \$ 220.00.

See the table here: https://inthemoneystocks.com/short-microsoft-msft-here-is-the-technical-level/

Gareth Soloway
InTheMoneyStocks
Market strategy chief

## water damage: can an electrical accident, for example a short caused by liquid, make unexpected changes to a text file or document?

Can an electrical problem, for example a short caused by a liquid, make unexpected changes to the text of a file or text document, or as long as I can open the file and view the text, I know the file is ok?

## Focus: Does the short focal length of the eyes magnify the moon?

Does the short focal length of the eyes magnify the moon?

The true cause of the moon illusion?

As shown in the figure, the blue line is the lens, w is the height of the object, x is the height of the image, v is the distance of the image, u is the distance of the object, and f is the focal length. The red line is the path of light.
The relationship between u, v, f is

1 / u + 1 / v = 1 / f

and so

f = uv / (v + u) (1)

The observer's eyes are constant, so v is fixed. The distance between the observer and the object is constant, so u is also fixed. Once v and u are fixed, we can tell from equation (1) that f is also fixed. If v is fixed and u decreases, then f also decreases.

x / w = (v-f) / f = v / f-1

and so

x = w (v / f-1) (2)

According to formula (2), if v and w are fixed, x will increase when f decreases.

When the observer observes the moon on the horizon, due to the influence of mountains and trees, f is smaller than that when he observes the moon at the zenith. According to formula (2), we can know that when f decreases, x increases. Then the observer will feel that the moon on the horizon is larger and closer than the moon at zenith.

I think this is the reason for the moon illusion.

Simple calculation

When looking at nearby trees with your eyes:

u = 200 m (assuming 200 m from the tree)

v = 0.024 m (diameter of the eyeball, assumed length of the image)

w = 10 m (assuming the tree is 10 m high)

f = uv / (v + u)
= 0.0239971 m

x = w (v / f-1)
= 0.0012m = 1.2mm (height of tree image)

When looking at the zenith moon (without the influence of the trees on the ground) with the eyes:

u = 380000000 m (distance from the observer to the moon)

v = 0.024 m

w = 3476000 meters (moon diameter)

f = uv / (v + u) = A (we set this focal length to A)

x = w (v / f-1)
= 0.000219537 m = 0.219537 mm

In the direction of the horizon, if you look at the moon at the focal length of the observation tree:

f = 0.0239971 m

x = w (v / f-1)
= 420,067 m

Observing the image of the moon at the zenith is 0.219537 mm, and observing the image of the moon on the horizon is 420,067 m, showing a great difference between the two. So using a focal length less than A will "magnify" the moon.

Of course, the eyes generally do not observe the moon with a focal length of 0.0239971 m. Because the image may not be clear. But if the moon image is not clear at this focal length, then the eyes will adjust the focal length. Adjust to a focal length that is clear to the image. This focal length is less than A, but it is the focal length for clear images. Because the moon is so far away, the depth of field of the moon image is very large. Therefore, there is a focal length that is smaller than A and can display images clearly. So the moon illusion is caused by a relatively short focal length. I think that's why the illusion of the moon.

Does the short focal length of the eyes magnify the moon?

reference

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon_illusion

## woocommerce – Change design of [products] Short code

I would like to display additional products on my simple product pages. I am using the shortcode as in the short description of simple products.

[products ids="2113"]

The problem with this is the design of the resulting loop. Is there a way to customize the layout to provide the Name – Price – "Add to Cart" button on one line. Almost as if it were a variation option. Currently, I don't think this is possible with CSS only.

Thank you

## in PHP how to compute full uncompressed public key from short pubkey 02/03?

In PHP, how do I create the complete public key from a compressed key?

my test key is

and the unzipped is
36b6fbcb60b5b3d4f1551ac45e5ffc4936466e7d98f6c7c0ec736539f74691a6

Can this be done through openssl?

## dnd 3.5e – What are the official abbreviations or short forms of the 3rd edition of the D&D books?

### The consolidated lists published by WotC include an extensive list of officially defined abbreviations, all in one place:

Product Key
AE  Arms and Equipment Guide
BFK     Barrow of the Forgotten King
BB  Bastion of Broken Souls
BC  Book of Challenges: Dungeon Rooms, Puzzles, and Traps
BE  Book of Exalted Deeds
BV  Book of Vile Darkness
CR  Champions of Ruin
CV  Champions of Valor
CiP     City of Peril
CSW     City of Splendors: Waterdeep
CSQ     City of the Spider Queen
Ci  Cityscape
CAr     Complete Arcane
CC  Complete Champion
CD  Complete Divine
CM  Complete Mage
CP  Complete Psionic
CS  Complete Scoundrel
CW  Complete Warrior
Co  Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave
DG  D&D Gazetteer
DH  Deep Horizon
DF  Defenders of the Faith: A Guidebook to Clerics and Paladins
DD  Deities and Demigods
Dr  Draconomicon
DM  Dragon Magic
Dra     Dragonmarked
DCS     Dragonlance Campaign Setting
DrF     Dragons of Faerûn
DrU     Drow of the Underdark
DMG     Dungeon Master's Guide v.3.5
DMG2    Dungeon Master's Guide II
Du  Dungeonscape
ECS     Eberron Campaign Setting
EA  Enemies and Allies
EL  Epic Level Handbook
EE  Exemplars of Evil
XPH     Expanded Psionics Handbook
Rav     Expedition to Castle Ravenloft
EDP     Expedition to the Demonweb Pits
ERG     Expedition to the Ruins of Greyhawk
EU  Expedition to Undermountain
EH  Explorer's Handbook
ELQ     Eyes of the Lich Queen
FP  Faiths & Pantheons
FE  Faiths of Eberron
FLFD    Fantastic Locations: Fane of the Drow
FLFR    Fantastic Locations: Fields of Ruin
FLHP    Fantastic Locations: Hellspike Prison
FF  Fiend Folio
FCI     Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss
FCI     Fiendish Codex II: Tyrants of the Nine Hells
Fo  Forge of Fury, The
FW  Forge of War, The
FRCS    Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting
FY  Fortress of the Yuan-Ti
Fr  Frostburn
Gh  Ghostwalk
GHR     Grand History of the Realms
GC  Grasp of the Emerald Claw
HN  Heart of Nightfang Spire
HBG     Hero Builder's Guidebook
HB  Heroes of Battle
HH  Heroes of Horror
LM  Libris Mortis: The Book of the Dead
LG  Living Greyhawk Gazetteer
LF  Lord of the Iron Fortress
LD  Lords of Darkness
LE  Lost Empires of Faerûn
MIC     Magic Item Compendium
MoE     Magic of Eberron
Mag     Magic of Faerûn
MoI     Magic of Incarnum
MP  Manual of the Planes
MW  Masters of the Wild: A Guidebook to Barbarians, Druids, and Rangers
MH  Miniatures Handbook
Mon     Monster Compendium: Monsters of Faerûn
MM5     Monster Manual V
MM4     Monster Manual IV
MM3     Monster Manual III
MM2     Monster Manual II
MM  Monster Manual v.3.5
Mys     Mysteries of the Moonsea
PlH     Planar Handbook
PE  Player's Guide to Eberron
PG  Player's Guide to Faerûn
PH  Player's Handbook v.3.5
PH2     Player's Handbook II
PF  Power of Faerûn
RD  Races of Destiny
RE  Races of Eberron
Rac     Races of Faerûn
RS  Races of Stone
RDr     Races of the Dragon
RW  Races of the Wild
RH  Red Hand of Doom
Sa  Sandstorm
SS  Savage Species
SoS     Secrets of Sarlona
SX  Secrets of Xen'drik
SK  Serpent Kingdoms
SSL     Shadowdale: The Scouring of the Land
SL  Shadows of the Last War
Sh  Sharn: City of Towers
ShG     The Shattered Gates of Slaughtergarde
ShS     Shining South
SM  Silver Marches
SiS     Sinister Spire, The
SaS     Song and Silence: A Guidebook to Bards and Rogues
SG  Sons of Gruumsh
SD  Speaker in Dreams, The
StS     Standing Stone, The
Sto     Stormwrack
SB  Stronghold Builder's Guidebook
SpC     Spell Compendium
SF  Sword and Fist: A Guidebook to Monks and Fighters
TB  Tome and Blood: A Guidebook to Wizards and Sorcerers
ToB     Tome of Battle: The Book of Nine Swords
TM  Tome of Magic
Una     Unapproachable East
Und     Underdark
UA  Unearthed Arcana
VGD     Voyage of the Golden Dragon
WB  Whispers of the Vampire's Blade

## What are long tail and short tail keywords?

What are long tail and short tail keywords?

## dnd 5e – Can my Dragonborn get more breath weapons for short break?

A dragonborn can only use his breath weapon once per short or long rest. This is very important, because like a warlock with his spell slots, to stay relevant for most of the adventure day, you need some short breaks (same with the druid and his Wildshape ability).

That said, DMs are not required to give you short breaks, though I think somewhere in the Player's Handbook or the Dungeon Master's Guide classes are designed around two short breaks a day. This question has some good answers regarding the frequency with which short breaks should occur and more, I suggest you read on.

Therefore, having more short breaks will allow you to use your regular breathing gun more frequently. And, Fire Breath Potions will allow you a temporary additional Breath Weapon (I think there are three uses). However, if you want an extra permanent breath weapon, there is the Variant: Mixing Potions rule in the Dungeon Master's Guide on page 140. If your DM uses this rule, it is possible (though highly unlikely) that drinking one Breath of Fire Potion and another potion together can cause one of them to become permanent, though the exact mechanics of such a thing would be entirely up to your DM. I personally would probably make the permanent effect of the Fire Breath act similarly to the Dragonborn breath weapon, not only for simplicity, but also for the Dragonborn's natural breath weapon to remain so relevant. This would essentially give you two short / long rest breath weapons, which I think would work fine.

And of course Homebrew is always an option, like having a feat that allows you to use your breath weapon more than once, or spells or magic items with similar functions, or even homemade potions that work in the same vein as the Potion. Fire Breath (which you can use with the Variant: Mix Potions Rule) but with different types of damage.

## magento2 – Product description limit and short description character in magento 2

Use custom code Test

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