2022.01.21 15:25 King_King_000 😐

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2022.01.21 15:25 tilt5hiftt Outer Wilds controls in Elite Dangerous - Flight Assist Off control schemes

I'm trying Elite Dangerous after playing Outer Wilds because I really liked the Newtonian flight mechanics and this game has a free flight mode. Since I'm already used to the controller controls for Outer Wilds I thought I would try to replicate them in ED.
However, I'm have a bit of trouble getting used to the same controls in ED because Wilds has inertial dampening on roll, pitch and yaw (as far as I can tell). There doesn't seem to be a way to set those up in free flight mode. Has any one else play that game and done something similar?
For reference the controls for Outer Wilds are as follows:
Thrust: Left Stick Up/Down Lateral Thrust: Left Stick L/R Vertical Thrust: LT/RT Roll: Hold LB + Right Stick L/R (I'm just using LB/RB for now) Pitch: Right Stick Up/Down Yaw: Right Stick Left/Right
I'm looking for any tips/mods or whatever to slow the roll, pitch and yaw down. If you want to share your controller settings for free flight that would also help and give me something else to try.
Thanks :)
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2022.01.21 15:25 jc_223 [US-OH] [H] Artisans [W] Paypal

Hello MM! Looking to get rid of my artisans.
Artisans Timestamp
Looking for $65 shipped for all 6.
Artisan Info:

Mohawk Caps One Eyed Jason- GID Mohawk Caps One Eyed Jason - Cold Cast
CozCaps BigMouth - BloodBoi CozCaps IdleKey V2 - DeepSpace Race
CozCaps XP2 - Bleeding Clouds CozCaps XP2 - WarTorn
Please comment before you PM with offers.
Have a great day!
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2022.01.21 15:25 titos78 5 Top Training Tips to Minimize Soreness from Your Workouts – Amodrn

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2022.01.21 15:25 Jemezko Does someone know guitars with a Ibanez Iceman body but it is not from Ibanez like the rock tile sidewinder

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2022.01.21 15:25 svanapps Michael Douglas to be Guest of Honor at Meihodo International Youth Visual Media Festival – Global Bulletin

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2022.01.21 15:25 SinDreadElla Spot the similarity between Kanna and Raphael.

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2022.01.21 15:25 Sizauto The car obsessed homosexual will never fail to amuse me

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2022.01.21 15:25 Captainlongbow-Music And you though that your screenshot was stolen. *stead screenshot*

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2022.01.21 15:25 titos78 6 good methods to hydrate your dry pores and skin this January

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2022.01.21 15:25 antonkerno How to throw Errors with custom identifier

Hello everyone,
lets say I have the following modules in my folder:

For e.g. my auth module I would like to create a file that contain all errors that module can possibly throw. E.g For my auth module it would be called 'auth.errors.ts' However, I would like to differentiate these errors with an identifier (customStatusCode if you will). This is to differentiate the business logic. As the auth module could have the following Error Enum

export enum AuthErrorCode { // 1000 since it is the module in the directory DefaultAuthError = 1000, TokenExpired = 1002, TokenAlreadyTaken = 1004, RefreshTokenAlreadyTaken = 1003, } 
Now I would like to throw a new TokenExpiredError() that should return
{ "statusCode": 403, "message": "Token expired", "customStatusCode": 1002 } 
As my frontend is in a few different languages I can now map the customStatusCode to distinct error message which I can then expose to the user in a variety of languages.

Ive read this post here
But in the author only alters the message of the error and does not add an extra property to the error.
Any tipps or pointers on how I can go about accomplishing this ?
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2022.01.21 15:25 torgud Ranked reset

anyone know the exact numbers/rank for ranked reset i am currently 3500 mmr and gm on 1 account and 2500 and masters on another just wondering what rank/mmr these will reset to the patch notes had a really vague answer. thanks in advance.
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2022.01.21 15:25 StingerMcGee Moving properties from personal ownership into a limited company

I’m looking to move a number of properties into my limited company, which will of course incur a number of fees, solicitors, stamp duty etc.
Is it feasible to buy the property through cash transfer, just paying off the remainder of the mortgage, which would essentially be below market value?
Eg the property is worth, say £100k, but there’s £50k owed as a mortgage. Can the company buy the property for £50k, reducing stamp duty fees, CGT etc?
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2022.01.21 15:25 Beneficial_Pumpkin72 Glitched out state

I was playing the New York City Monolith Gardens solo as vigil, and everything was going good but after doing the first objective i could no longer switch weapons. then i realized, not only could i not switch weapons i couldnt shoot, pick anything up, open any doors. all i could do was melee but the only way to progress was to go through a door. i was actually doing fine just meleeing enemies but i eventually just let them kill me. has this happened to anyone else before?
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2022.01.21 15:25 GodG0AT [Q] Got AK Nightwish MW do I sell now or later?

Got it in a tradeup after unboxing the famas.
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2022.01.21 15:25 EileanBharraigh Aon cheum air adhart, dà cheum air ais

Tha mi air a bhith ag ionnsachadh Gàidhlig dà bhliadhna agus tha mi a’ faireachdainn mar tha mi deiseil leatha. Nuair a tha thu ag obair làn ùine chan eil e comasach a bith a’ bruidhinn sa Gàidhlig gu tric. Chan eil mi a’ fàs nas fheàrr. Chan eil puing agam - tha mi dìreach a’ gearan.
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2022.01.21 15:25 Chino_Blanco The Mormon farm in Cambridgeshire… The mission statement for the company, printed out next to a picture of Jesus, read: "Our business is farmland. Profit motivated: No Excuses." Farmland Reserve UK Ltd did not respond to Varsity’s requests for comment

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2022.01.21 15:25 Zennred June Palmer in just a red robe

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2022.01.21 15:25 itshimstarwarrior Best out of waste?

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2022.01.21 15:25 Parnwig Check me

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2022.01.21 15:25 Albertjweasel Down on the farm in January

As we have passed the shortest day of the year, the winter solstice, we can now see the days slowly grow in length, minute by minute, day by day. On the farm the longer days are a sign that spring, the busiest time of year, is on its way, the increase in daylight also gives more time for getting stuff done.
Farmers don’t really get much of a break but for many January does provide a bit of respite and a chance to step back, look at what needs doing and start on a few jobs, these are some of the things that might be going on right now down on the farm.
(See this post for sheep terminology)
If you’re in sheep country at this time of year you’re pretty much guaranteed to see or hear somebody racing about the fields on a quad feeding the sheep. Quite often the farmer will be taking bags of sheep nuts or sugar beet to his flocks, then you can hear the frantic ‘baas’ of the hungry sheep as they gallop across the fields to get their dinner, if it’s been frosty or snowing and the ground is hard he might be putting down some hay as well.
If it’s really hard weather, or forecast to be, then you might hear a different, more anxious, tone to the ‘baas’ and the farmer calling and whistling to his dog, this will be him taking them to lower, more sheltered pastures, or, if he’s got the room, putting the flock in a barn or shelter. On some farms, such as those which specialise in producing lamb for the traditional Easter market, these barns may already be in use as they will started lambing indoors by now.
Lambing season takes a bit of preparation, the pens must be cleaned and ready, food must be ordered, fences must be secure, so a sheep farmer will be thinking about this and phoning around for a few quotes, he will be trying to book a scanner in as well.
Slurry spreading
Hard, frosty ground is good for spreading slurry, or animal waste, too, which can lend the countryside air a certain pungent quality! Hard ground is useful as it avoids getting bogged down and ruining the fields with ruts, these fields will often be the ones from which silage or bay will be cut later in the year.
One consideration the farmer must make when deciding which fields to spread on is if there will be any risk of run-off into watercourses, a decent-sized field margin or buffer strip between fields and rivers or streams will prevent this, the fines you can receive for polluting a watercourse are very hefty, of course there’s always the wind direction to take into account as well when spreading.
Weaning calves
Some livestock farmers will now be thinking about weaning calves, although it’s still a bit early yet, weaning means reducing a mammals reliance on milk and with calves this can be achieved at anything from 5 to 10 months of age, dairy and upland cattle will also be weaned earlier than lowland cattle, as will calves in areas where the grass growing season has been poor.
Mending and Maintenance
On a farm there’s always things breaking down, holes appearing in fences, gaps to mend in walls, tracks to mend and constant cleaning to carry out.
Hedgelaying is one of those jobs that’ll be done in January whilst the grounds hard and before things start to grow, although many farms use flails which are tractor-mounted devices which basically operate by thwacking lots of lumps of metal on revolving chains against the hedge.
Hedge flailing has become a very contentious issue but is usually used by farmers as it’s cheap, quick, and efficient, tenant farmers who are under pressure to keep the hedges looking tidy as part of their tenancy agreement may have them flailed as well, it should only be carried out between Jan and March before birds start nesting, although it is sometimes done at other times of year to maintain visibility on roads.
A good farmer should care for his soil, after all soil is his whole raison d'être, the basis for everything he does, so he might get someone in to do some soil tests at this time of year, or do some simple tests himself.
If the grounds soft he might carry out an earthworm count, (although it’s probably a little bit too early to do this at the moment) this entails taking a spade and some kind of container and simply digging holes in a pattern throughout the field, taking the worms out of the soil and counting them to see how healthy the soil is.
There are three main types of earthworm, epigeic worms, which live in the top layers and eat leaf litter and dead plant material, endogenic worms, which live in the topsoil, and anecic worms, which burrow quite deep, each has a purpose and the target should be to have more than one epigeic worm per hole dug, over 14 endogenic and more than one anecic.
Another soil test that can be done is an infiltration test, whereby a pipe is knocked vertically into the soil and a quantity of water is poured into the top, the infiltration of the water is measured with a stopwatch and the result tells you how waterlogged the ground is.
One simple testing method has the delightful name of “soil my undies” (I’m not making this up I promise!) this is carried out by burying a piece of cotton cloth one year and then digging it up a year later to see how much has been eaten by soil organisms, if it’s all gone your soil’s healthy, if all the cotton is still there then the soil’s effectively dead.
There are many other tests which can be done to measure ph, chemical composition, ‘slake’ etc and countless other jobs that will need doing too, but I’ll leave those for other posts.
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2022.01.21 15:25 titos78 3 fast & straightforward dinner recipes to your meal prep Sunday

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2022.01.21 15:25 kingjakerulez7 Great Nerf

Hello, I’ve heard a lot about this great nerf, it happened during my brief break from the game. I generally understand, but could someone point me towards a link to describe exactly what happened plz?
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2022.01.21 15:25 noodlemcfoodle Which in your opinion is better?

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2022.01.21 15:25 XRP_Mammy Brave is being talked about on Joe Rogan!!!!

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