How to change scrolling speeds in the Unity inspector?

When I’m in the Inspector tab in Unity I cannot realistically use the scroll wheel on my mouse to move up or down in it. Is there a way to change the scroll speed in the Inspector specifically to make it less enormous?

internet – Comcast upgraded my neighborhood cables to fiber optics and now I’m getting 5.5 GBPS upload speeds over WIFI. What is going on?

Link to speed test screenshot

A few weeks ago Comcast upgraded my neighborhood cable infrastructure from coax copper to fiber optics. Since then my network connectivity has not been great… Initially throughput was about 10% of max speeds both down and up. Tech support did some modifications on their end and download speeds are in line with expectations about 70% of the time. I was also experiencing exceptionally weird upload speeds. My upload speeds have typically been initially spiking to about 2-3 gigabits per second, crash, and then reset to 40 megabits per second. I’ve been able to replicate this on multiple devices too. It’s also been a challenge doing work remote because my servers/services have no clue what’s going on with my wonky connection and drop my file uploads like it’s hot.

Now here is where things get really weird. After ascending the many tiers of tech support to try and resolve my problems, they did some more work to my building’s (multi-unit dwelling consisting of about 20 condos) physical network yesterday afternoon and it seems my problems are more pronounced. Last night I got 5.5 GBPS upload speeds over WIFI.

But does anyone have any clue as to what might be problem??? All I want is my network connection to be steady and consistent. I’m not pointing fingers, something very weird is going on here. I’m just hoping someone has some idea of what to do next. I’m at a loss as to what’s going on. Comcast also hasn’t gotten back to me either since my most recent update was outside of working hours last night.

Here are some extra details:

  • Primary computer: Surface Book 3 (802.11ax capable, everything up to date)
  • Modem/Router: Netgear CAX80 (802.11ax capable, DOCSIS 3.1, running the latest firmware, remotely rebooted at least 20 times and counting)
  • Internet plan: Comcast 1.2 GBPS downloads, 40 MBPS uploads

unity – How can I randomize my speeds just once, each time values are changed in the Inspector?

    private void SpeedUpdater()
    {
        if (changeSpeedOnce == false)
        {
            foreach (WaypointsFollower follower in waypointsFollowers)
            {
                if (randomSpeed)
                {
                    follower.speed = Random.Range(minRandomSpeed, maxRandomSpeed);
                }
                else
                {
                    follower.speed = speed;
                }
            }

            changeSpeedOnce = true;
        }
    }

I’m calling SpeedUpdater from inside the Update.

The problem is that if I’m not using the private flag bool changeSpeedOnce it will give each follower speed a random value every frame but I want that when it’s random it will give each follower speed only one random speed value that is why I’m using the changeSpeedOnce flag.

but then I can’t change the speed in run time when the game is running because changeSpeedOnce is false now.

I’m stuck here. From one side I want to give only one random speed value to each follower but I also want to do it any time in the run time when I’m changing the speed value in the Inspector.

networking – Could you explain how disabling Large Send Offload v2 fixes slow upload speeds?

I have a 100 Mbps fiber connection I’m connecting to over WiFi (ASUS PCE-AX58BT AX3000 Dual Band – Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 160MHz), though note that the routers do not support WiFi 6 (NETGEAR R6200v2 -> ZTE F660). Recently, after creating a Hyper-V Virtual Switch on Windows 10, I started experiencing slow upload speeds, but not download. After a lot of experimentation and research, I figured out that disabling Large Send Offload v2 IPv4 would seem to fix the problem. Additionally, deleting the Network Bridge, thereby converting the External Virtual Switch to Internal also seemed to fix the Upload speed issue.

I would like an explanation on the situation.

  1. Why only with the Virtual Switch/Bridge
  2. How does the workaround work?
  3. Why upload and not download (The research I did online seemed to suggest this issue also impacted download, but maybe it was when communicating between local Windows machines)?
  4. Does this issue impact only certain hardware, as a certain laptop didn’t exhibit this issue.

What I suspect is that when Bridged, windows erroneously tries to use offload on hardware that does not support it, but I’m not sure.

networking – Two LTE routers have very different speeds

I have two different LTE-Routers for my internet and telphone connection and they get rapidly different speeds. What could be the cause of this?

I wasn’t sure if this should be on stackoverflow, but I didn’t find a more suitable forum on stackexchange…

Quick explanation of the situation:
I currently don’t have access to any sort of cable internet connection. Therefore I got LTE from Vodafone quite some years ago, when they were the only ISP having any LTE coverage here at all. However with the old system I got telephone, but only 25GB/Month of internet. So A few years ago I got a Gigacube from Vodafone in addition to that, because the Gigacube doesn’t offer any telephone at all, but 200GB/Month for internet. I do need the telephone for a small business, so I can’t get rid of that.

Now the problem:
I recently found out that when connected to the wifi of the telephone router (EasyBox 904 LTE) will get me speeds of up to 5-6Mbit/s Download, as long as the 25GB arent used up yet. When I am connected to the wifi of the Gigacube router (Huawei B528s-23a) I get a maximum of just about 2Mbit/s Download.
Both tested with only a single device on the network and the same device in both tests. Also the same page and same test server used for both tests.
Both routers are basically next to each other, but the EasyBox has an external LTE antenna connected to it, because otherwise it would basically have no connection at all (this way it has about half of the bars of reception). The B528 does not have an external antenna connected, but gets 2-3 of its 4 bars of reception.
I also checked which LTE band their using and they both use the 800MHz band (I’m in Germany).

Checking the settings of both routers, I could only find one other difference that might be important: They use different APNs. The EasyBox uses fixed.data.vodafone.de and the B528 uses home.vodafone.de .

My question is, why do I get so radically different speeds with the two routers and is there any way I could get the higher speed with the other router?

I am not interested in buying a new/different router or changing anything with the plans, because I will get fibre to the home within a year. I am just trying to get the best internet connection from the current setup…

networking – my primary computer gets slower speeds than the rest of my house, everything else gets 220 mbps while i get 30

I have already confirmed it was not my router, plugged a different computer into the same cat-6 i use for the problem computer, and it got 220mbps. I’ve already run Avira and Malwarebytes scans and restarted my computer, I have a very tech savvy guy at my side but he cant seem to figure it out. its slowed down typing inside google search tabs every once in a while in the past two weeks, and when i was trying to download a game last night, it was running at 5mbps. i have already removed all unnecessary item from my disk tray and i have no idea what else to do at this point. any suggestions? my computer specs are 16 gig ram, Intel (R)Core(TM) i7-2600k cpu @ 3.30 gigahurtz.

Are these r/w speeds OK for raid 0 nvme?

I have a raid 0 setup of nvme. I think they should read/write much faster. Can you kindly check if this is ok? Maybe I have just bought slow nvmes

CPU intel 11700
NVME 2x ADATA XPG GAMMIX S50 Lite 1 TB (PCIE4, random iops around 300k)
RAM 32G

iostat shows util almost always in red

Device            r/s     rkB/s   rrqm/s  %rrqm r_await rareq-sz     w/s     wkB/s   wrqm/s  %wrqm w_await wareq-sz     d/s     dkB/s   drqm/s  %drqm d_await dareq-sz  aqu-sz  %util
md127         2123,89 134918,47     0,00   0,00    8,69    63,52 2234,84 141061,55     0,00   0,00   12,98    63,12    0,00      0,00     0,00   0,00    0,00     0,00   47,45  83,84
nvme0n1        655,09  67459,21   639,03  49,38    6,41   102,98 1597,24  70529,02   436,65  21,47    5,36    44,16    0,00      0,00     0,00   0,00    0,00     0,00   12,77  75,03
nvme1n1        654,64  67459,24   638,50  49,38    6,94   103,05 1602,74  70532,53   431,25  21,20    4,76    44,01    0,00      0,00     0,00   0,00    0,00     0,00   12,18  76,07

Is this normal? Maybe I have missed something during raid0 creation or in bios. Btw I have accidentally removed MBR partition on one of the nvme but I think this should not matter

How do I realize USB 3.0 speeds on my laptop ports when they’re as slow as USB 2.0?

I have been waiting over an hour for approximately 20 GB to transfer from my super speed ports to a USB 3.0 Kingston stick. It’s still not done. Obviously it is not operating at expected speed. Is there a driver that needs to be installed or a setting that should be switched for this to operate as expected?

I am running a simple barely modified Debian 10 non free. I’ve had this issue with many operating systems and only Windows seems to know better, sometimes. Any help is appreciated.

internet – DOCSIS 1.1 Cable modem speeds

I’ve been using the same cable modem since the mid 2000’s and never payed it much attention. I’ve had to reset it (power down & disconnect cables) occasionally but other  that  it’s always work. It wasn’t until recently when I was having a conversation about internet and routers with a coworker that I realized my modem is getting old. That’s when I pulled up the specs (highlighted below). I purchased a new modem that same day. Later when I got home I ran an internet speed test (Ookla) and was surprised by the results, 200 Mbps which what I pay for.

My question is, how is this possible? The ethernet port tops out 100Mbps, not to mention the max download rate of 38 Mbps. Is the cable company able to overclock my modem? Or are the internet speed tests complete lies? Thanks in advance.

Motorola SB4200

  • Released 2002
  • DOCSIS 1.1 hardware
  • 10/100BaseT Ethernet
  • Maximum Downstream Data Rate 38 Mbps

Note: This modem was on the approved list at the time of purchase and installation.

flash – Why can’t HSS mode be automatically turned on for shutter speeds faster than the max speed sync?

When you have a flash system attached to your camera, you cannot shoot faster than your maximum speed sync (which usually is 1/200s or 1/250s in most models). If you need to go faster, then you have to turn on the HSS mode on your flash.

Having a background in IT, I have always wondered why nobody has made a camera that automatically sends a signal to the flash in order to turn on the HSS when the shutter speed is faster than the camera max speed sync.

Is this a conscious decision that manufacturers have made not to include such feature, so that photographers can be aware of the HSS flash power limitations?