BEL gets 1st Green Channel Status certificate

first_imgBANGALORE: Navratna Defence PSU Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has received the first Green Channel Status certificate from Directorate General Quality Assurance (DGQA) for supply of Spares for a particular Radar being manufactured by Military Radar Strategic Business Unit (SBU) of BEL’s Bangalore Complex. The certificate was issued by Chairman of the Green Channel Committee, Brig Vikram Ahooja, ADGQA (R&S), and was received by Ravi B S, General Manager of Military Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscalRadar SBU. It is noteworthy that this is the first certificate issued to any organisation in India after the Green Channel Policy was formulated during March 2017. The Ministry of Defence had promulgated the Green Channel Policy for promoting ease of doing business as part of its ‘Make in India’ initiatives. A mechanism was set up to award Green Channel Status to firms with pre-defined financial and quality credentials for broad categories of items having continuous requirement in the Defence Forces. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boostResponsibility of inspection of goods is given to the firms, after their credentials are verified by the Green Channel Committee (GCC), comprising of various stakeholders from DGQA and the procurement ecosystem. Green Channel Status is the authority given by the Purchaser to the Manufacturer to formally certify its products or stores on behalf of the purchaser or any other authority designated by him, after having verified the Firm’s infrastructure, quality policies and practices to produce and supply goods of specified quality. The Purchaser’s confidence in the Firm’s Quality Assurance is the central tenet in awarding of Green Channel Status.last_img read more

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Al Hoceima Hirak Activists’ Trial Was Fair: Lawyer

Rabat – Abdelkebir Tabih, a prosecuting lawyer of the bar of Casablanca, has said that the trial of the activists, arrested following their participation in protests in Al Hoceima was fair.Tabih, a prosecuting lawyer for the Moroccan state in the trial, said that the conditions for a fair trial were realized through 84 hearings, defendants’ opportunity to express themselves freely before the court, the summoning of witnesses for the defendants, and the presence of representatives of Moroccan and international human rights organizations and the media.The lawyer made the claims in a statement to the state-owned press Maghreb Arab News (MAP) after delivering the verdict. He said that one feature of a fair trial in Morocco is that a criminal judgment can be appealed to the highest court. Therefore, he said, “the trial phases have not been closed yet, and there is still hope for the defendants and their families.”He further emphasized that the principal of the judiciary’s independence was maintained in the trial. He also indicated that the president of the court and the representative of public prosecution had exercised their authority independently.For the first time in the history of contemporary Morocco, the president of the court exercised his duties under the supervision of the president of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary, while the attorney general acted under the supervision of the president of the public prosecution.On the other hand, Abdelkebir Tabih, stressed that “the Moroccan state did not stand up against the defendants but it came to defend the interests of security forces and victims of the riots that occurred in Al Hoceima and its surroundings.”The Moroccan state “called for any sanction against anyone, and did not oppose any request for provisional release, nor did it demand any material compensation, even though the losses exceeded 2 billion centimes, and it did not stand as a civil party against the journalist who is sued in this case.”“The Moroccan state is not a party to this prosecution, and the defendants are in conflict with the law,” he said. “The trial has no political character because the demonstrators’ demands are purely social and economic.”He further stressed that Moroccans have the right to be proud of their state and to defend it, especially since state institutions are strongly determined to respond positively to the demands and expectations of citizens through development projects to relieve social tensions under the program “Al Hoceima, Manarat Al Moutawassit” (Al Hoceima, the Lighthouse of the Mediterranean).Tabih considered that this ambitious development program embodies the “principle of reparation” which was brought by the Equity and Reconciliation Commission (IER). the Lighthouse of the Mediterranean.”Tabih further stated that this ambitious development program embodies the “principle of reparation,” which was brought by the Equity and Reconciliation Commission (IER). read more

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Ban lauds Europes efforts to promote intercultural dialogue and understanding

In a message to the European Parliament session on the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue (2008), taking place in Strasbourg, Mr. Ban noted that throughout its history, the continent has witnessed terrible outbreaks of armed conflict often rooted in prejudice and hatred. At the same time, it has also been “fertile soil” for some of the world’s most remarkable innovations, artistic creations and scientific progress, the Secretary-General said in the address, which was delivered by his High Representative for the Alliance of Civilizations, Jorge Sampaio.“Europe’s tremendous diversity and its strategic geographic position, at the centre of old and new migration routes, have made it a significant venue for cross-cultural interaction and interfaith dialogue,” he stated. “In particular, its close relationship with its neighbours across the Mediterranean makes Europe an important bridge between civilizations.”However, Europe – like many other regions of the world – faces several challenges in promoting intercultural dialogue. “Migration, economic uncertainty and political tensions are putting strains on relations between different cultural, ethnic and religious groups.“But it is precisely in your region, where constructive contacts over the centuries have allowed humanity to take major leaps forward, that opportunities for reconciliation and cooperation exist,” he said. Mr. Ban encouraged the gathering to pursue joint economic projects, educational exchanges, and other initiatives that will improve people’s lives and create “a bulwark against intolerance, religious fundamentalism and extremism.” He also pledged the assistance of the UN in these efforts, noting in particular the work carried out by the Alliance – the campaign launched by the UN in 2005 to help overcome prejudices between nations, cultures and religions.“For the sake of countless people living between the extremes and yearning for dignity and peace, let us work together so that intercultural dialogue can bear fruit.” 21 October 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has lauded Europe’s commitment to the values of cross-cultural tolerance, dialogue, respect and understanding, all of which “must be pillars of the better world we are trying to build.” read more

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Montreals La Presse to cut 37 jobs as advertising revenue drops

MONTREAL — Management at Montreal’s La Presse news group informed unionized employees Thursday that efforts to cut costs will lead to the elimination of 37 jobs through voluntary buyouts. The media outlet has 230 journalists in its newsroom and a total of 550 employees. La Presse, formerly owned by a subsidiary of Power Corporation of Canada, officially adopted a not-for-profit structure last July. At the time, Power Corp. agreed to grant $50 million to the new venture. Torstar hires publisher, chief editor of Swedish daily to lead editorial strategyMontreal’s La Presse announces it’s officially a not-for-profit publicationTorstar cutting 11 full-time, 10 part-time staff at StarMetro in Toronto as it shifts production to Hamilton Last May, La Presse president Pierre-Elliott Levasseur said the business model conceived in 2010 did not conform to today’s media reality, in which Facebook and Google have eaten heavily into advertising revenue. Traditional media in the country are grappling with the loss of revenue, resulting in mass layoffs, publication closures and a shift to fewer print editions and more online publications. The 130-year-old La Presse ended its print edition in 2017 and publishes only on its website and tablet edition. Negotiations with the union for a new collective agreement are ongoing. —— A subsidiary of La Presse holds an investment in The Canadian Press as part of a joint agreement with the Toronto Star and a subsidiary of the Globe and Mail. read more

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The Week In College Football Conferences Are Weird So Our Predictions Are

Temple<1<1<1181 CHANCE A TEAM WILL … Oklahoma173831887 Florida State<11<1282 Houston22<1227 Alabama43612125>99 Northwestern<1<1<112<1 Notre Dame303123874 Mississippi<1——21<1 Conferences are weird. And not just because some of their names don’t make any sense. (The Big Ten has 14 members?! The Big 12 has 10?!) Although most college football conferences hold championship games, others are prohibited from holding them (and get screwed because of it). They feature rapacious money grubbing and encourage teams to destroy rivalry games. No wonder independent Notre Dame disdains conference membership altogether.More importantly, for our selfish interests, conferences cloud interpretations of FiveThirtyEight’s playoff predictions — which you can find here. The weird structures and dynamics of conferences sow lots of confusion. Since we launched our College Football Playoff model last week, we’ve received lots of reader questions, and many of them boil down to one of two “conference conundrums.” Elsewhere on FiveThirtyEight, Nate Silver has explained some tweaks to our model that should make the numbers more sensible. But in case you’re still scratching your head, let’s run through the two big reasons conferences can befuddle:1. The Two-Team Conundrum: How can [Ohio State/Alabama/LSU/TCU] have higher odds of making the playoff than winning its conference?Because some conferences have enough good teams that they could send two squads into the playoff. Alternatively, other considerations in the selection process might outweigh a good team’s loss in a conference championship.For example: Our model gives No. 21All the rankings I’m using in this article are the committee’s. Alabama a 43 percent chance of being selected into the playoff but a 35 percent chance of winning the SEC. In a simulation that my colleague Jay Boice ran, a two-loss Alabama team that doesn’t get to play in the SEC championship game still makes the playoff 25.3 percent of the time (probably alongside a one-loss SEC champion). Similarly, No. 3 Ohio State has a 56 percent chance of making the postseason but a 44 percent chance of winning the Big Ten. If both Ohio State and Iowa remain undefeated heading into the Big Ten championship, there’s a good chance that both will make it in, regardless of the outcome.Other cases are more complicated. What if an undefeated Ohio State team fell to a one-loss Iowa team in the Big Ten championship?2Iowa can afford to take a loss, maybe even two, since the Hawkeyes are a game ahead of Wisconsin and also have the tiebreaker over the Badgers. It’s feasible to imagine almost any outcome in that case: The committee could go with Iowa, Ohio State, both teams or neither team.In the conference previews below, I explain more about how those scenarios might play out. But know that there isn’t necessarily a one-to-one correspondence between conference championships and slots in the playoff; things could get messy. It’s the job of the model to sort all of that out — though, admittedly, we don’t know much (or anything, really) about how the committee weights conference championships, as it didn’t have to deal with any upsets in those title games during its inaugural season last year.2. The Division Conundrum: For two teams in the same conference, how can one team have a better chance of winning the conference but another team a better shot at making the playoff?We received lots of these questions, and the culprit is arbitrary conference divisions. Take Florida and Alabama, for example. The SEC has two divisions: East and West. The Gators have a 38 percent chance of winning the SEC, according to our model. That’s higher than Alabama’s odds! But Florida is given only a 17 percent chance of making the playoff, to the Tide’s 43 percent. That’s because the Gators play in (and have clinched) the SEC East, and ’Bama faces a tougher task in the other division, the SEC West (where LSU, Ole Miss and Mississippi State play). Florida, which has one loss, has an 80 percent chance of making the playoff if it wins out. But if Florida takes a second loss (say, at South Carolina on Saturday) but still wins the SEC championship, it might not. (That’s a nightmare scenario for the SEC, in which it might be denied representation in the playoff entirely.)What-ifs of the weekOur College Football Playoff predictions have been updated with the rankings released Tuesday night, and we project Clemson, Ohio State and Alabama to make it, in agreement with the committee’s latest rankings. But we expect Baylor to have a better path than Notre Dame and to be the fourth team included.But that’s what’s current. We’re already thinking about what’s next. Take a look at our “what-if table” below, which shows how our projected playoff odds would likely change if a team wins or loses its upcoming game. Also included is how likely we think it is that a team will win all its remaining games, and its chance to make the playoff if that happens. TCU1011<12149 Oregon<1<1<181 Michigan79<11742 SCHOOLMAKE PLAYOFFMAKE PLAYOFF GIVEN WEEK 11 WINMAKE PLAYOFF GIVEN WEEK 11 LOSSWIN OUTMAKE PLAYOFF GIVEN WINNING OUT Utah111711473 Iowa222551396 Navy<1<1<1112 Stanford2834101996 Florida172331880 USC12<1314 Memphis<1<1<1121 Mississippi St.36<11125 Michigan St.101111087 Clemson67%70%37%49%>99% Baylor3145111699 Oklahoma St.232671698 Wisconsin<1——50<1 Ohio State56623227>99 UCLA33<1645 LSU1216<12155 North Carolina46<1946 Let’s use Iowa as our guinea pig. We currently give the Hawkeyes a 22 percent chance of making the playoff. But if they beat Minnesota on Saturday, those odds tick up to 25 percent; if they lose, they shrink to 5 percent. Although the rest of the Hawkeyes’ regular-season schedule isn’t that challenging, if they win out, they’ll face a tough matchup in the Big Ten title game. We give them a 13 percent chance to run the table. But if they do, they’re almost certainly in the playoff (96 percent).What to watch for this weekBig 12Game of the week: Baylor vs. OklahomaCollege football statheads: This is your game! While Oklahoma is No. 12 and Baylor is No. 6 according to the latest committee rankings, they are the No.1 and No. 2 squads according to ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI), a computer-generated measure of team strength. Oklahoma is the best team in the country according to FPI, despite losing to lowly Texas. Baylor, on the other hand, is unsurprisingly high-rated by FPI because of its high-powered offense, which easily leads the nation at 57 points per game. Despite being No. 2 in FPI, the Bears are a 58 percent favorite to beat the Sooners because the game is at home in Waco, Texas. The game has big implications: If Oklahoma wins, its odds of making the playoff will rise to 38 percent from 17 percent; if Baylor does, the Bears will rocket from 31 percent to 45 percent likely to make the playoff.ACCGame of the week: Clemson vs. SyracuseThe ACC story hasn’t changed: Undefeated No. 1 Clemson is in the playoff if they win out, but it looks bleak for all other ACC teams (and for Clemson, should they lose). After last week’s victory over Florida State — in what was likely their last truly tough game — Clemson saw its playoff odds rise to the highest of any team (67 percent). But should the Tigers stumble, the ACC’s hopes fall off a cliff. Although one-loss North Carolina has almost wrapped up the ACC Coastal division, and has a 30 percent chance of winning the conference, its chance of making the playoff is a measly 4 percent — but if UNC wins out (and beats Clemson in the ACC title game), its chances rise to nearly 50/50.Big TenGame of the week: Ohio State vs. IllinoisEven if the Buckeyes stumble, they won’t necessarily be out. Their odds are strongly affected by the conference conundrums I outlined earlier. A one-loss Ohio State team might not even get to play for the Big Ten title. This is why the undefeated Buckeyes have a 56 percent chance of making the playoff despite only a 44 percent chance of winning the Big Ten. A one-loss reigning national champion excluded for its conference championship game may still rate highly according to the committee.SECGame of the week: Alabama vs. Mississippi StateAlabama crushed my beloved LSU Tigers, ending their hopes for an undefeated season. And, as a result, the Tide are now the No. 2 team in the latest College Football Rankings. ’Bama is not totally out should they lose again — either to Mississippi State on Saturday, or in the Iron Bowl against Auburn. In that scenario, a one-loss SEC champion could get into the playoff alongside the Tide, or the Tide could win the conference with two losses and still get in. But it’s not likely: In Jay Boice’s simulations, a two-loss Alabama team excluded from the SEC title game would be expected to make the playoff 25.3 percent of the time, and a two-loss Alabama that wins the championship game would make the playoff 34.3 percent of the time.Pac-12Game of the week: Stanford vs. OregonOne-loss Stanford is the best Pac-12 bet to make the playoff, at 28 percent. The Cardinal are almost a sure thing if they win out (96 percent likely, according to the what-if table). But the threat to Stanford is that they’re the odd man out in a scenario with a one-loss SEC champion, an undefeated Clemson and an undefeated Big Ten or Big 12 champion.Beyond The Power FiveGame of the week: Memphis vs. HoustonNotre Dame is looking good. On the heels of LSU’s loss to Alabama, the Irish have moved up to the No. 4 spot in the committee’s playoff rankings. But our model gives Baylor an ever-so-slight advantage over Notre Dame to make the playoff (31 percent vs. 30 percent).But the real game to watch is Memphis vs. Houston. With Memphis’s crushing loss to Navy last week, its dream to be the mid-major that crashes the playoff party has ended. Houston, however, is still undefeated, and the two squads meet in the premier conference game of the season among non-Power Fives. To have any shot at the playoff, Houston will have to win out. But even if they do, their odds of making it are only 7 percent, by our estimation. So the Cougars need to keep praying for carnage among the elites.CORRECTION (Nov. 11, 4:40 p.m.): An earlier version of the table in this article listed incorrect numbers for Wisconsin’s and Mississippi’s chances of winning out. Those odds are 50 percent and 21 percent, respectively. The table has been updated. read more

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Redpath Canada progressing underground at Harte Gold Sugar Zone mine

first_imgHarte Gold has installed a state-of-the-art water treatment facility in the mill building. This facility will treat all water at the project and the design of the mill complex has incorporated this treatment facility such that 98% of the water consumed during operation will be recycled or reused on site and within the mill. Harte Gold has contracted Redpath for underground development work including drilling and blasting of access ramps, sill drives and haulage of material to surface. Foraco International SA has been awarded the long hole drill contract for stope development. While stope mining is on hold pending final permits, the company continueswith Sugar Zone underground development. For the month of June, Redpath completed 198 m of development, or 6.4 m per day, exceeding the planned 6.2 m per day, to extend the Sugar Zone North ramp and access drifts to the Upper Zone mining block from the Sugar Zone South Ramp. The Upper Zone, a high grade area that has returned positive drill results during definition drilling, will be one of the first areas to be mined during commercial production. Underground electrical work for the 13.8 kV power is complete. A temporary 600-13.8 kV step-up transformer has been installed to allow underground development to continue. Harte Gold has provided an update on construction activities and permitting at its Sugar Zone gold mining project. During construction, the company has successfully completed over 8 months with no lost time accidents. Surface construction of the crushing spread and mill complex is complete and commissioning is underway using on site generators. The 44 km power line pole construction from White River to site is complete and cable installation iswell underway. Transition to grid power is scheduled for September.The Company is targeting full operational permits in September. Of the many permits needed for operations, only four remain outstanding. These applications represent amendments to existing permits and are significantly advanced with no material issues raised by the respective Ministries to date.Redpath Canada mobilised to site in May and important underground mine development has been completed, including extensions of the main ventilation system, further development of the Sugar Zone North and South rampsand access to the well-defined high grade Upper Zone mining block from the Sugar Zone South ramp.Five mining levels are prepared for initial mining of ore once final permits are received. All necessary mining equipment for the current mine plan is on site or on schedule for delivery to facilitate ramp up to full production. Declaration of commercial production remains on track for Q4 2018, as per previous company guidance. The company is actively hiring for mill personnel, additional technical staff and other support roles and hasprioritised hiring to ensure critical roles are filled for operational readiness.Stephen G. Roman, President and CEO of Harte Gold stated, “While we are disappointed with the historic delays to permitting, we have made adjustments to the construction and mining schedules that allow us to continue towards our stated commercial production target.” Roman added: “It is important to recognize that since we started developing the Sugar Zone Project, we have worked very closely with the respective Ministries of the Government of Ontario and have received numerous permits related to the 70,000 t Advanced Exploration Bulk Sample program, 30,000 t Phase I Commercial Production program, the mine access road, mill construction, hydro line construction, tailings management facility, property-wide exploration program and now– full commercial production. In 2016, the company made a decision to start construction based on the permits received, in an effort to streamline multiple work streams and fast-track to commercial production. At that time, the Crown indicated full permits would be issued in June 2018. We are disappointed the target date has moved, however, we have the full support ofour proximal First Nation, Pic Mobert, the town of White River and all communities surrounding the Sugar Zone mine. We are actively engaged with the respective Ministries to complete the permitting process.”last_img read more

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Mountain rescue teams attend 100th callout this year

first_imgTHE DUBLIN and Wicklow Mountain Rescue team and the Glen of Imaal Red Cross Mountain Rescue Team today became the first rescue teams to carry out one hundred operations in Ireland in one calendar year.The 100th callout was for a missing walker who became disorientated in deteriorating weather conditions and poor light last night. The man was located using special technology on steep ground. He was treated at the scene for mild hypothermia and taken to safety.This number represents a near doubling of the amount of call outs seen in 2012, over 30 calls more than the previous busiest year and over four thousand voluntary man-hours.The teams have seen incidents ranging from vehicles and their passengers caught in snow and ice conditions to lost walkers in poor weather conditions and injured mountain bikers as well as assisting other rescue teams. Some 192 people have been assisted and there have been six fatalities.Today Mountain Rescue said in a statement that teams were exposed to varied medical scenarios including lower leg injuries, cardiac arrests, serious spinal injuries and self harm.Commenting on the landmark number of callouts, Alan Cronin, Chairman of Dublin and Wicklow Mountain Rescue Team, said:Faced with decreasing income and rising operating costs, we have had to ask more from our members as the number of call outs reached record numbers. Aside from the financial strain on the team, members are also being asked to invest more of their own time and money into providing what has become a front line professional emergency service.Figures from the teams show that January and February were the busiest months for callouts, with Sunday being the busiest day of the week.All images provided by Mountain Rescue.Read: Body found in search for missing hillwalker in Mayo>Read: Two people seriously injured during Croagh Patrick pilgrimage>last_img read more

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Poll Do you think humans will live in space colonies in the

first_img Poll Results: By Sean Murray https://jrnl.ie/4629877 YesNoNot sureVote Poll: Do you think humans will live in space colonies in the future? Amazon founder Jeff Bezos certainly thinks so. May 11th 2019, 10:14 AM Saturday 11 May 2019, 10:14 AM THE BILLIONAIRE AMAZON founder Jeff Bezos this week unveiled his plans to send a spaceship and humans to the Moon… but his vision goes far beyond that. The plans for now are to send an unmanned ship to the Moon in 2023 but, looking far ahead, Bezos outlined his ambitious vision for people living in space colonies and said the work of his Blue Origin company now laying those foundations. “This would be an incredible civilisation,” he said. “We are going to build a road to space. And then amazing things will happen.”So, what do you reckon? Do you think humans will live in space colonies in the future? Share1 Tweet Email 70 Comments Image: Patrick Semansky Amazon founder Jeff Bezos speaking in front of his model Blue Moon lunar lander Image: Patrick Semansky 15,443 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL Yes (4133) Amazon founder Jeff Bezos speaking in front of his model Blue Moon lunar lander Not sure (394) No (3387)last_img read more

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Simon Belmont King K Rool and Dead Luigi Join Smash Bros Ultimate

first_img An Interview with Jump Force Producer Koji NakajimaAn Interview With IO Interactive’s Sven Liebold About Hitman 2 After its exhaustive debut at E3 2018, we weren’t sure just how much was left to show of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch. What fools we were. Today’s Smash Bros. direct gave us an absolutely massive amount of new information to sift through. Simon Belmont and the gothic Castlevania universe are joining the fight as is reptilian villain King K. Rool from the Donkey Kong series. Shovel Knight assist trophy giving some indie love! Stage hazard toggles and morphing as well as Final Smash meters are poised to make competitive matches even more exciting. You can use the Switch as a portable music player for the nearly 1000 tracks. And we hope the blurred out menu item is teasing some kind of adventure mode. This game is looking damn near perfect. See for yourself.Of its 45-minute E3 2018 Direct, Nintendo spent about 30 of those minutes solely discussing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which should tell you just how important the upcoming mascot fighter is for the Nintendo Switch. Sure there were some other cool Switch announcements like Dragon Ball FighterZ, Fortnite, Overcooked 2, Killer Queen Black, Super Mario Party, Daemon X Machina, and even the new Fire Emblem: Three Houses coming next year. But this was the Super Smash Bros. show.If you were expecting a bunch of big Switch announcements for 2018 and beyond, the sheer focus on Smash might have been disappointing. If you were also somehow expecting this to be an entirely new Smash game, you may have also been disappointed. But personally I nearly nearly died from hype, and it’s because Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is almost tailored-made for my specific video game dreams and hang-ups. Let me explain.For one thing, I just like fighting games. I love their variety and their expressive creativity of combat. I also love crossover fighting games because why bother watching some randos fight each other when it could be my favorite fighting #brands like comic book characters or, better yet, Nintendo characters. Even Smash Bros. unique controls, deep while ignoring inaccessible commands, are a shining example of one of my core gaming values that arbitrary difficulty is overrated.But for years Smash Bros. had been exasperating a certain gaming anxiety of mine. I absolutely hate it when fighting game characters cut characters. I can’t stand it. Fighting games are more like platforms for me than distinct entries in a series. So when a new one comes out, I want it to build on the old one and completely replace it. But I can’t do that if characters were left behind. This bothers me so much that even exciting new characters can’t fully make up for the sting of cuts, especially if the game itself and the characters who did return play largely the same. It’s one of the many reasons why Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite was such a disappointment.So when Masahiro Sakurai revealed that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, built in a shinier version of the Smash Wii U engine, would celebrate the entire series by including every character ever I nearly screamed in this office like a jerk YouTuber. Wolf is back. The Ice Climbers are back. Pokemon Trainer is back. Mii Fighters are back. Solid Freakin’ Snake is back. They’re letting that grown man assassinate cartoons again. Even characters I wasn’t too bummed to see leave like Pichu and Young Link are back. They’re all back!Beyond the excitement of the complete, encyclopedic roster, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate also has some promising additions. Newcomers may be more limited this time but Inklings and Ridley will get folks pretty pumped. You can use GameCube controllers and Melee techniques like directional air dodge and perfect shielding should up the technical game. There are new and returning stages as well as new looks for veterans like Link’s Breath of the Wild Outfit and Peach’s Daisy skin. And Final Smashes have been revamped for faster play.Yeah I would’ve liked to see more new characters, and yeah the December 7 release date feels like a mistake considering paid online launches in September. I hope they’re also holding back some kind of substantial single-player mode. But in this world full of loss (looking at you Avengers: Infinity War), the fact that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is giving me back everything it ever took away is by far the biggest joy of E3 2018.For more on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, check out our hands-on as well as our Geek Pick for the GameCube Controller.Buy it now!Nintendo SwitchProtect Your Nintendo Switch With These Awesome CasesLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. Read Dark Samus’s Guide6. Read Yoshi’s Guide7. Read Kirby’s Guide8. Read Fox’s Guide9. Read Pikachu’s Guide10. Read Luigi’s Guide11. Read Ness’s Guide12. Read Captain Falcon’s Guide13. Read Jigglypuff’s Guide14. Read Peach’s Guide15. Read Daisy’s Guide16. Read Bowser’s Guide17. Read Ice Climbers’ Guide18. Read Sheik’s Guide19. Read Zelda’s Guide20. Read Dr. Mario’s Guide21. Read Pichu’s Guide22. Read Falco’s Guide23. Read Marth’s Guide24. Read Lucina’s Guide25. Read Young Link’s Guide26. Read Ganondorf’s Guide27. Read Mewtwo’s Guide28. Read Roy’s Guide29. Read Chrom’s Guide30. Read Mr. Game and Watch’s Guide31. Read Meta Knight’s Guide32. Read Pit’s Guide33. Read Dark Pit’s Guide34. Read Zero Suit Samus’s Guide35. Read Wario’s Guide36. Read Snake’s Guide37. Read Ike’s Guide38. Read Pokemon Trainer’s Guide39. Read Diddy Kong’s Guide40. Read Lucas’s Guide41. Read Sonic’s Guide42. Read King Dedede’s Guide43. Read Olimar’s Guide44. Read Lucario’s Guide45. Read R.O.B.’s Guide46. Read Toon Link’s Guide47. Read Wolf’s Guide48. Read Villager’s Guide49. Read Mega Man’s Guide50. Read Wii Fit Trainer’s Guide51. Read Rosalina and Luma’s Guide52. Read Little Mac’s Guide53. Read Greninja’s Guide54. Read Mii Fighters’ Guide55. Read Palutena’s Guide56. Read Pac-Man’s Guide57. Read Robin’s Guide58. Read Shulk’s Guide59. Read Bowser Jr.’s Guide60. Read Duck Hunt’s Guide61. Read Ryu’s Guide62. Read Cloud’s Guide63. Read Corrin’s Guide64. Read Bayonetta’s Guide65. Read Inkling’s Guide66. Read Ridley’s Guide67. Read Simon’s Guide68. Read Richter’s Guide69. Read King K. Rool’s Guide70. Read Isabelle’s Guide71. Read Ken’s Guide72. 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Stonier expected to prioritize education issues based on political career

first_imgIn announcing his retirement as House speaker, Frank Chopp highlighted his work on health care, housing, infrastructure and other issues.If Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, becomes the next House speaker, she’s expected to prioritize an issue that’s guided much of her political career: education.In her first term, 2012-14, Stonier introduced legislation reforming the state opportunity scholarship board, establishing an online resource for teachers and principals to improve education techniques, and offering a bill to help students understand their options related to graduation requirements.Stonier was elected to Democrat Tim Probst’s 17th District seat representing east Vancouver and unincorporated Clark County. Probst said that he watched closely as Stonier shepherded bills that senior legislators would have had a hard time passing.After losing her seat in 2014 to conservative Republican Lynda Wilson, Stonier moved to the 49th Legislative District and successfully ran for an open seat in 2016. The 2017 legislative session was dominated by how to address the Supreme Court’s McCleary decision that ordered lawmakers to fully fund basic education.“She brought the voice of educators when they were grappling with big school funding issues,” said William Beville, president of the Evergreen Education Association, the county’s largest teachers’ union.last_img read more

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Craig Gordon remembers the time he broke his arm

first_imgThe Celtic goalkeeper broke his arm while battling for the ball with Jermain Defoe and he was out for three monthsExactly nine years ago, Craig Gordon was Sunderland’s goalkeeper and he got his arm broken after a collision with Tottenham Hotspur Jermain Defoe.“I got to the ball first and he got their second and broke my arm. That was a bad break and I had to get a metal plate inserted in my arm,” Gordon told The Chronicle Live.“I was out for another three months and came back and played the rest of the season with the metal plate.”“That summer I got the metal taken out of my arm and very soon into pre-season the arm broke again and that was another three months when it got put back in again,” he added.Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“That was the third operation on my arm and that was frustrating. The metal plate is still in there today so I have not had any more trouble with it.”“Every time I felt like I was getting to a point where I was putting in good, consistent performances, something else would come up,” he commented.“I was starting to play in games where I probably wasn’t fit and I was starting to think whether this would ever be fixed.”“This was a very long-term thing and perhaps it was something I wouldn’t come back from,” he added.“There had been so many things that had gone wrong I felt I had to leave.”last_img read more

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Six Board Slots Up for Election during National Summit

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR ADC members will have an opportunity to vote on two new candidates to the association’s board of directors during the annual business meeting at next month’s 2018 Defense Communities National Summit in Washington, D.C. A total of six positions on the 15-member board are up for election this year, with four members nominated to a second term.The two new candidates for the board are:Greg Doyon, city manager, Great Falls, Mont., and member of the executive board, Montana Defense Alliance; andJohn Nerger, senior military advisor, Huntsville Madison County Chamber of Commerce.If elected, each would serve a three-year term.Four current board members are nominated to serve a second term:Celeste Boccieri-Werner, vice president & director of federal planning, Matrix Design Group;Russell DeSalvo III, president & CEO, PuebloPlex (Pueblo Depot Activity Development Authority);Joe Driskill, Missouri military advocate, Missouri Department of Economic Development; andBob Ross, executive director, Connecticut Office of Military Affairs.If elected, each would serve a three-year term.The slate of nominees was selected through a process that began in late 2017 and was led by ADC Past President Mike Cooper.  The slate will be considered at the association’s annual membership meeting on Tuesday, June 19 from 7:30-8:30 a.m.More information on the nominees can be found on the ADC website.last_img read more

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Proposed Changes To US Fishing Laws Spark Conservation Row

first_imgA proposed update to federal fishing laws is sparking a debate among fishermen and conservationists about whether the changes will undo years of work to rebuild key fish populations.Alaska Republican Don Young is proposing several changes to the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act that he says will give fishery managers more flexibility in rebuilding fish stocks. But some fishermen and environmentalists say Young’s proposal creates dangerous exemptions from catch limits that are designed to prevent overfishing.Young is defending his bill. He says the changes allow fishery managers to address the economic needs of fishermen.The changes are the subject of a House Committee on Natural Resources meeting on Thursday. The bill, which could be amended during the meeting, does not yet have a companion in the Senate.last_img read more

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Elderly man held for violating 7year old in Hyderabad

first_imgAn elderly man was arrested by the Jawahar Nagar police on Sunday for allegedly attempting to a rape a seven-year-old girl in Medchal. The accused Venkataiah intercepted the girl who was playing outside and then took her to a terrace of a nearby building where he tried to rape her. When the girl raised an alarm, people living in the adjacent buildings came to her rescue. They thrashed him and handed over to the police. Also Read – Heavy rains lash erstwhile Khammam district Advertise With Us The police registered a case and are probing into it. On June 19, 2019, a nine-month-old baby sexually assaulted by a pervert who then killed her in Hanamkonda of erstwhile Warangal district. The incident has sent shock waves among the public who handed over the accused to the police. Later, another incident came to light in Hyderabad where a nine-year-old girl was sexually assaulted by a neighbour at Ramanthapur.last_img read more

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Will Houston Teachers Get Behind Patricks New Bonus Plan

first_img Share Marjorie Kamys CoteraLt. Gov. Dan Patrick addresses the media at the Texas Capitol on July 13, 2017, days before the start of a special session.Teacher bonuses and increased retirement benefits are on the docket for the special session of the Texas Legislature, which begins on Tuesday (July 18, 2017).Lt. Governor Dan Patrick says the proposed school finance reform plan includes using money from the Texas Lottery for bonuses for veteran teachers.Here’s what he had to say at Thursday’s press conference in Austin.“So in our plan, step one — the longevity bonus — teachers with six to ten years of experience and retired teachers with their 20 years in will all get a bonus starting next March, and the following March, and every March,” Patrick said.But is it a plan Houston-area teachers are ready to get on board with? We ask Zeph Capo, president of the Houston Federation of Teachers.last_img read more

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Journalisms George Collins Challenged and Reshaped the Mold for Civil Rights Reporting

first_imgJournalists usually record history. George Collins made it.Gentlemen in front of the downtown AFRO building are, photographer I. Henry Phillips Sr., left, and reporters Rufus Wells (Dulah Okoro), Herbert Magrum (Orfa Adwuba) and George Collins (Loua Akulu).In the summer of 1961, Collins and other AFRO conceived and executed what came to be known nationwide as “The Great Route 40 Hoax,” a ruse that highlighted the silly pettiness of segregation. Dressed as African ambassadors, Collins and his colleagues challenged the segregation policies of selected restaurants lining Maryland’s Route 40 highway.The farce prompted both red faces and hilarity across the nation, all the way to the White House.“The situation was a totally embarrassing one for the country but it highlighted how segregated Maryland really was,” said AFRO Publisher and Chairman John J. Oliver.But the situation also highlighted the intrepid, journalistic prowess that marked Collins’ storied career, a legacy that is being remembered in light of his death July 31 at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. He was 88.“In a career spanning several decades, George covered issues both local and national through a unique lens, telling stories that resonated in communities of color and beyond and opening doors to others wherever he went,” U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., who counted Collins as a mentor and friend, said in a statement. He added, “George leaves behind an indelible legacy, and will be missed as a pillar of our community.”“He was one of the deans. He was one of the pioneers who broke down and was always working to break down barriers for African Americans in journalism,” added veteran Baltimore journalist Marc Steiner, host of “The Marc Steiner Show.” “He was a legend.”For more than 60 years, Collins reported on the Civil Rights Movement, politics and did investigative reporting. He began as a reporter for {The People’s Voice}, founded in New York by Adam Clayton Powell. He later joined the {Afro-American Newspapers} where his reporting included coverage of such historical events as the March on Washington, the John F. Kennedy assassination and other big stories of the era.“George was a reliable journalist so Carl (Carl Murphy, the AFRO’s then-publisher) relied on him to cover the big, important stories,” Oliver, the current publisher recalled.In 1968, having become the editor-in-chief, Collins’ ended his 18-year stint at the Black newspaper and joined the staff of WMAR-TV.At the then-CBS affiliate, Collins worked as an investigative reporter and producer and later as an associate editor and anchor. There, Collins garnered national recognition for coverage of funerals for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, among other stellar reporting.With Collins’ death, the station “lost one of the greats,” said Jamie Costello, a WMAR anchor, on the air. He added, “It’s tough when you lose a man like this because you lose history.”In 2003, Collins was jointly cited by the non-profit publisher Library of America, the National Committee for Excellence in Journalism and the Smithsonian Institution as “one of the best American journalists of the 20th century,” according to a bio from his family. Two of his AFRO articles were also selected for inclusion in {Reporting Civil Rights,} an anthology of the best articles on the issue from 1941 to 1973.Distinguished by the quality of his work, Collins was also set apart by his out-sized personality, peers remembered.“We can still hear that booming voice of his and feel that strong handshake,” Costello said. “He made you feel like you were the only one in the room and like you were his best friend.”And then there was his other side.“He was a crusty curmudgeon who did not suffer fools gladly,” recalled Steiner with a small chuckle.Steiner remembered feeling the sting of Collins’ displeasure when he joined the lineup at WEAA-FM, Morgan State University’s public radio station, where Collins had hosted “@Issue,” a one-hour public-affairs show, since 1986.The pair developed an amicable relationship, Steiner said, and in the time he knew Collins, he came to admire his tenacity and drive.“He loved what he did and was passionate about journalism; he never stopped,” Steiner said. “The only reason he stopped was because he was too ill to continue, otherwise, they have had to carry him out of the studio.”Collins is survived by his wife of more than 65 years, Eloise Ross Collins; four children, Barbara C. Rhodes (Warren) of Dover, Del., Ronald B. Collins (Sylvia) of Chicago, Ill., Vanessa C. Pyatt (James) and Valerie D. Collins both of Baltimore; four grandchildren, Mandisa A. Rhodes-Trower (Christopher), Zachary P. Collins, Vashti E. Pyatt and Tabitha D. Pyatt; and one great-grandchild, Khadijah A. Trower.last_img read more

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CERN physicists break record for hottest manmade material

first_img The three teams working at CERN, ATLAS, CMS and ALICE are all working on the same basic problem, figuring out what existed just after the Big Bang so as to better understand how matter works at the subatomic level. ATLAS and CMS were recently in the news of course for finding evidence of particles that strongly resemble the notorious Higgs boson. Meanwhile the ALICE team has been hard at work smashing lead ions into one another creating quark-gluon plasma, material that is being described as a primordial soup, because it is believed to be similar to the stuff that came about right after the Big Bang, and because unlike protons and neutrons, they are believed to move around freely, rather than existing as a bound material.The prior temperature record was held by researchers at Brookhaven National Laboratory who got a nod from the Guinness Book of Records for their feat. The new team won’t be getting their listing just yet, because their findings have yet to be finalized. In announcing their results at this year’s Quark Matter conference, they said they won’t have any official numbers for several weeks, though they do expect it to be approximately thirty eight percent hotter than what BNL recorded, which would take it from just over seven trillion degrees Fahrenheit, to almost ten.The team at BNL isn’t sitting on their hands of course, though they can’t compete with the CERN facility in reaching ever hotter temperatures, they have found evidence to suggest that under certain conditions, quark-gluon plasma, which has been observed to behave as a frictionless gas, may morph into a hadron gas, which is considered to be normal matter, similar to the way water morphs into ice or steam, depending on conditions.The ALICE team, who don’t see breaking temperature records as one of their goals, will continue to study the conditions under which quark-gluon plasma comes to exist in hopes of better understanding its properties. The overall plan is that all of the work being done at CERN by the three teams will eventually come together to clear the picture of not just what went on shortly after the Big Bang, but of the very nature of matter. Citation: CERN physicists break record for hottest manmade material (2012, August 16) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-08-cern-physicists-hottest-manmade-material.html © 2012 Phys.Org Brewing the world’s hottest Guinness Explore further (Phys.org) — Apparently discovering a Higgs-like particle isn’t enough for the physicists working at the CERN facility, now another team working with the LHC has broken the record for the hottest manmade material ever. The old record was about four trillion degrees Celsius, the new one appears to be in the range of five and a half, a bump up of some thirty eight percent. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.last_img read more

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The screen of excellence

first_imgA retrospective of award-winning films directed by Bengali filmmakers is being organised in the Capital that opens up on 6 September at Banga Bhavan. The two-day event is a collaborative initiative of Government of West Bengal and Doordarshan. The opening day of the event will screen the movie Kaalbela from 10.45 am to 1.45 pm. Directed by Goutam Ghose, this film is set against the background of the Naxalite movement, based on a 1980s novel by Samaresh Majumdar. Following the screening a panel discussion and interaction will be held between renowned directors and film critics. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Nisshabd, directed by Jahar Kanungo will be screened from 3.45 pm to 5.20 pm. The movie was screened at more than 20 international festivals and received six international awards. Critics found the film funny, thought-provoking, and poignant. For the first time an Indian film received accolades for its sound design.Following it another movie called MahulBanir Sereng will be screened from 5.45 pm to 8 pm. The movie is directed by Sekhar Das. The movie won Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards (BFJA) – Best Indian Film Awards in ten categories. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe next day of the festival will screen movies like – Elar Char Adhyay, Prohor and The Last Lear. Elar Char Adhyay, directed by Bappaditya Bandopadyay will be screened on 7 September at 12 noon. The movie is based on Rabindranath Tagore’s Char Adhyay. The next movie that will be screened at 3 pm is Prohor, directed by Subhadro Choudhaury, which is a narrative revolving around the relationship between a patient and a nurse. The festival will close with the screening of the movie The Last Lear at 5.30 pm. The film, directed by Rituparna Ghosh, won the National Award of India for Best FeatureFilm in English in 2007.last_img read more

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Pin Down Your Passwords

first_img 2 min read You know better. You know you should have complicated, hard-to-guess passwords with numbers and both uppercase and lowercase letters. The problem is, they’re so hard to remember. As your business uses more web applications and your password collection grows unruly, look to password tools as a way to manage security for you and your employees.Foxmarks: Foxmarks works behind the scenes with the Firefox browser to back up and synchronize bookmarks and passwords across multiple machines–handy for Firefox users with several computers. It’s a free download with an easy installation process.Large Software Password Manager: This $29.95 software keeps your saved passwords encrypted and lets you use a master password to access them. Extra security features include concealed keystrokes and random password generation. It recognizes your secure websites and automatically fills in your information.RoboForm: RoboForm Enterprise and RoboForm2Go are two offerings of interest to entrepreneurs. The Enterprise version helps you manage passwords for your entire company. It’s a way to keep your employees in line with your password policies. RoboForm2Go travels with you on a USB flash drive for use on any PC.Sandisk Ultra Cruzer Titanium 8GB: U3 SignupShield Password Manager is part of the package with this USB flash drive. The drive lets you access your web services, programs and files from any PC–even public ones. It’s an effective tool for road warriors who may need to sign on to whatever computer is handy. This story appears in the March 2009 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now » February 13, 2009last_img read more

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ScreenToGif is an open source screen recorder for creating animated GIFs

first_imgScreenToGif is an open source screen recorder for creating animated GIFs by Ashwin on July 19, 2019 in Software – 11 commentsWhile mostly used for memes and instant messaging these days, Animated GIFs can be useful in various ways. You can use it to create a tutorial or demo, or an ad, or even use it for tech support.You can even use GIFs in YouTube videos, though you may want to add some music or a voice recording to keep your audience entertained. But the question is: how do you create a GIF on your computer?You don’t need Photoshop or a video editor, or any special skills, or even have to spend a dime. You can create animated GIFs for free using ScreenToGif. It is an open source application which lets you record the content of your screen, and save it in the GIF format.It does support other formats like APNG, PSD, AVI video, and also lets you save every frame as individual images, or a project which you can edit with the program (and resume editing later).Tip: we reviewed our fair share of programs to create animated gifs. You may want to check out our reviews of Instagiffer, QGifer, or GifCam. If you are looking for a program to create animated gifs from videos, check out openAviToGif.The interfaceThe start screen of ScreenToGif has a simple interface with 4 options: Recorder, Webcam, Board, Editor. Each of these has its own UI.The Recorder is the primary feature of the application and what you will be using to capture the content of your screen. Selecting Recorder opens a pane like a camera’s view-finder. Your recordings don’t necessarily have to be full- screen, you can resize this pane and position it over the content that you wish to record. There are a few different options to resize the recorder window, the easiest of which is to click-and-drag on the edges.You can manually set the width and the height (in pixels), in the bottom right corner of the recorder. If you wish to record a specific program’s window, you can click-and-hold the cross-hair button and mouse over to the window of the program that you wish to capture the content from and let go of the mouse button.The record button starts the capture, and the stop button ends it (and opens the editor). You can select the maximum fps (frames per second from 1-60) from the toolbar. You can access the recorder’s setting from the gear cogs icon.Tip: Use F7 to record and F8 to stop.You can enable/disable various options including the mouse cursor, mouse clicks, screen magnifier, among various other options.Alternate recorder UIThe alternate recorder interface can be enabled from ScreenToGif’s options. It is incredibly tiny and can be placed anywhere on the screen. It has nearly the same options as the default interface, the only difference is the drop down menu, which you can use to choose among the following: record area, window and screen. The record area option is easy to use, just draw a rectangle and it will record the content within its boundaries.Other main screen optionsThe Webcam recorder does exactly what its name implies, i.e. it captures content from your computer’s webcam.The Board option opens a drawing board, where you can draw or write something in freehand and record it. If you’re skilled, you could make a cool cartoon, though the options are quite limited.ScreenToGif EditorThis is the secondary feature of ScreenToGif, which you can use to edit the content that you have recorded. Despite what can appear as a slightly intimidating appearance, it is actually very user-friendly. The main area of the UI shifts to display the corresponding options from the menu bar.There is a timeline at the bottom of the screen, which displays every frame of the recorded content. You can use the options below it which includes a horizontal scroll bar, buttons to jump to next/previous/start/end frames, to navigate through each frame of the content. The File menu can be used to start a new recording, add an existing one, or to save the current project. You can also load a file or a recent project from here.Tip: Unsaved projects will be saved temporarily, and can be accessed from the Recent Projects option in the Editor, for a few days. But I’d still advise you to save projects manually.The Home tab is home to basic viewing/editing options like zoom, resize, undo/redo, cut/copy/paste, select all, etc. You can preview the recording in its current form with all the edits you have made, from the Playback tab. The Edit tab can be used to delete frames, remove any duplicates, reduce frame count, set delay options for the frames.Tip: You can reduce the size of the output file significantly, by deleting unwanted frames, especially the ones in which there’s nothing different from the previous one. The Image tab is priceless as you can use it to add an image/text watermark to your recording. It is also home to more options like adding text, titles, captions, shapes, rotation, resize, cropping etc. You can add transitions to your recording from its namesake tab. And finally, the statistics tab is useful for learning how many total frames there are in the recording, the total duration, frame size, etc.Finalizing the projectWhen you are done editing, go to the home tab in ScreenToGif and select save as. This opens a pane on the right which lets you select the format you wish to save the content into. You need to choose the folder where the folder where the output file will be saved, and also give your recording a name.There are 5 encoding options for GIF animations: 2.0, 1.0, System, FFmpeg, Gifski. While the last two depend on codecs, the first 2 use the program’s own encoders. I found these to be the best options. They allow you to manually adjust the quality of the GIF, choose between an endless loop option or limited number of loops.By default, ScreenToGif uses 1.0 encoder, but I prefer to use 2.0 because it optimizes the file better, which results in a smaller file size. Select the save option and wait for the program to process it, and the GIF is ready to use, for e.g. you could attach GIFs in emails, IMs, Twitter, Facebook.When Windows 10 was launched, some of my friends who were new to it were asking me how to do this, how to enable that, etc,. As someone who had been on the OS since the very first Insider Preview in 2014, I found it much easier to help them with a visual guide, than explaining it to them over a chat. for e.g. How to change the default apps in Windows 10. That’s when I began using screen recorded GIFs, though I was using a different program, before a friend recommended ScreenToGif to me.You may have come across the program on gHacks earlier, it was an unfortunate victim of fake open source applications which were being charged for, on the Microsoft Store.Summary12345 Author Rating3.5 based on 7 votes Software Name ScreenToGifOperating System WindowsSoftware Category ProductivityPrice FreeLanding Page https://github.com/NickeManarin/ScreenToGif Advertisementlast_img read more

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