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About Joonikko

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  1. For £50 I would probably get the Blue Snowball iCE. The quality you can get from the ModMic really depends on the audio interface you're using and since the Snowball is USB connected & powered, it will always have the same quality no matter where it's connected. Also there is no need to manage cables, mounts or having to deal with a headset microphone in front of your face. I've had the regular version of the Snowball for years and the quality is good and it has been hassle free.
  2. There is multi-window support for applications in Windows, but the implementation depends on the application. In macOS 10.12 Apple added tab support for more applications and if a developer followed the defaults in Xcode, they seem to get the feature for free.
  3. Preface: I've been using a Hackintosh PC since ~2011 and still have a 2012 13,3" MacBook Air in somewhat regular use. The PC also runs Windows 10 64-bit (v1903), I have an Android phone, iPad and couple Raspberry Pi's around the house. Windowing, tabs, menubar & UI standards Please read this article from Ars Technica first. Here is a short quote: This is probably part of the reason why most Windows applications don't have tab support yet, while almost all applications on macOS support tabs. Since the menubar is part of the system UI & constant, multiple windows between the same application don't need to duplicate the menu and thus saves screen real estate (in big-O notation macOS O(1) and Windows O(x)). Also it's possible to bind or rebind hotkeys to menu items in the system preferences. If the developer used Application Kit for their UI and used the default elements & colors, the application now also supports dark mode with no extra work. Edit: To clarify, Windows does support multiwindowing for an application (MDI, MTI), but at least in the past it has felt like an hack for something the system wasn't designed to do (no alt-tab previews for documents in Office, for example). Misson Control (Expose) Mission Control is nice because it maintains the location & proportion of windows even when it's showing an overview of all windows. If you're looking for the small window that was on the right lower corner of the screen, it's going to be small window on the right lower corner in Mission Control. Task View in Windows 10 is hard and tedious to use because it displays ~100x100px tiny windows in a seemingly random order and all the windows are the same size regardless of the original window size. This doesn't allow the user to use spatial memory to quickly find the window they were looking for, but instead makes them sort through a random array. Software and software installs The way you install and uninstall applications on macOS is simple and easy. In most cases there is just a directory that ends in an .app extension and goes to /Applications or to ~/Applications directory. The configuration, cache etc. files go to the user library (~/Library), which allows for proper multiuser support and the transfer & backup of settings to another host easily. On Windows there is C:/Program Files & C:/Program Files (x86) for software installs, C:/ProgramData for system wide program data and ~/AppData for user data. Inside the AppData directory there are Local, LocalLow & Roaming directories and if you read the Microsoft document explaining the idea behind them, it makes sense but it seems that no application developer read and it's a huge mess. Some applications even install themselves to the user AppData directory. Customization macOS is quite cusomizable, you can edit every item in Finder's sidebar, add, remove & arrange icons in toolbars, change program & system hotkeys, keyboard modifiers, what items are displayed in the right click menu, etc. Other nice things to have: - UNIX shell (I know there is WSL, but it's not production ready) - QuickLook - Autosave and versions - Standard-ish hotkeys across the system - Font management: fonts are installed to ~/Fonts and font groups saved to ~/FontCollections - Search for menu items in the Help menu - It doesn't change constantly in meaningless ways: You can take macOS 10.14 (2018) and 10.5 (2007) and the network settings are in the same place. - "Respect for the user": I've never had macOS reboot for an update without asking me first or resetting preferences to defaults, while Windows 10 has done both multiple times. I don't want to work or use a system that reboots and resets my workspace & workflow while I'm getting a cup of coffee. - Automator: simple & easy to automate tasks. I have an automator script that launches my commonly used applications at once so I don't need to manually do it every time. - "Services" is what Apple calls the 3rd party right-click items. Examples of what I have: multithreaded image converter / resizer (uses sips & Python 3.2), new textedit document from selection, open shell here & remove empty lines from text.
  4. If it's just a router, why do you have it? If it's a modem with fibre, coax or xDSL coming to it from ISP, then it's probably set in bridge mode & all features disabled. The DHCP range shouldn't overlap with the statically assigned addresses and not sure why your router even allows you to do that. Change the DHCP range to something like 10-254 so you can assign from .2 to .9 to different devices. Looking at the screenshots, you have a wrong MAC address for the MikroTik in the static assignment settings on the main router and thats why it's getting .26 from DHCP. On the MikroTik, all other features such as NAT, DHCP, firewall etc. should be disabled when setting up as a wireless bridge. I'm not that familiar with configuring MikroTik devices, but there seems to be good & simple documentation on setting it as an AP.
  5. Can you try uninstalling the current network drivers & software for the Killer NIC and installing just the basic drivers? Killer software does a lot of QoS out of the box, which sounds good in theory, but doesn't work as intended in practice. https://www.killernetworking.com/killersupport/category/other-downloads
  6. My suggestion: Keep the DSL modem in bridged mode Archer C7 acting as a router, you can keep the WiFi enabled, but make sure it's on a different channel than the Unifi AP. Unifi AP (or ZyXEL has some good ones) in the middle of the apartment or at the other end if you decide to keep WiFi enabled on the C7. Just connect an ethernet cable from the router to the PoE injector and then another cable from the injector to the AP. A network switch is an OSI layer 2 device, so it doesn't do any IP routing so you need the router to do that.
  7. What model is the router and WiFi adapter? How populated is the WiFi channel? Install Ubiquiti WiFiman on your phone and open the channels tab. If there are other wireless networks sharing the same channel, that can cause interference and problems. You can try changing the channel manually in the router settings. Also test the local network performance of the WiFi adapter by running iperf in server mode on a wired computer and in client mode on the wirelessly connected computer. Commands to use: Server: iperf3 -s Client: iperf3 -c 192.168.xx.xx -t 60 -i 1 Replace the 192.168.xx.xx with the IP address of the computer acting as a server. If you simply want more ethernet ports, you can just get pretty much any unmanaged gigabit ethernet switch. They're usually ~30€. Some models of unmanaged switches for example: TP-Link TL-SG105, ZyXEL GS-105Bv3, D-Link DGS-108
  8. Does the house have any ethernet wiring to other rooms from where the ISP modem is located? If so, you can easily connect a wireless access point that can be more centrally located in the house, though 450 square metres is quite big, so a single AP might not be good enough. If you don't have the option to use ethernet cables to connect a dedicated access point, the TP-Link RE200 WiFi extender has gotten good reviews and its cheap. Also some routers have a WiFi repeater feature (I have a used D-Link 868L router as an extender and it has been working fine). Other (but quite expensive) option is a wireless mesh network solution, where the main node is connected to the modem and the other nodes connect to it & each other wirelessly (or via ethernet). The main feature to look in mesh network solutions is a dedicated radio & channel for backhaul traffic.
  9. What model is the router? Sounds like a DHCP problem and that it's leasing IP addresses for a too long, so when people leave, the router is still reserving an IP address for that client and eventually runs out of addresses to lease, thus no IP to client devices. Try to decrease the DHCP lease time to ~1 hour and increase the range of available IP addresses. The Ubiquiti Unifi AP is supposed to be set to AP mode and you shouldn't need to change any defaults other than SSID and WPA2 password.
  10. When uninstalling Killer Suite, did you also remove the device from device manager and reboot? I would first try the following commands to see if it's an IP address configuration or DNS problem & reboot. netsh winsock reset netsh int ip reset ipconfig /release ipconfig /renew ipconfig /flushdns If that doesn't work, also try uninstalling all Killer software & drivers again, remove the device from device manager, reboot and install drivers from Killer's own website. https://www.killernetworking.com/killersupport/category/other-downloads
  11. I'm not really sure what you mean. Are you trying to make it infinitely spin or? Anyway, here are some tutorials and sites that I would recommend: - https://learn.shayhowe.com/html-css/ - https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-html - https://ilovecoding.org/courses/htmlcss - https://hackr.io/tutorials/learn-html-5 - https://css-tricks.com/ - https://www.w3schools.com/ - https://teamtreehouse.com/library/html - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/ - http://htmldog.com/ - https://blog.tbhcreative.com/2015/08/10-best-practices-in-html.html - https://github.com/hail2u/html-best-practices Also I would install a good text editor such as Visual Studio Code and install some beautifier/autoformatter to format & indent the code properly.
  12. Seems to be easier to apply horizontal movement on the parent div and then rotation on the image. HTML <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="ie=edge"> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/style.css" /> <title>Document</title> </head> <body> <div class="coin"> <img src="img/coin.jpg" alt=""> </div> </body> </html> CSS html { background: #d2d2d2; } .coin { width: 100px; animation: moveX 8s; } .coin img { width: 100px; animation: rotation 8s; } @keyframes moveX { from { transform: translate(0px); } to { transform: translate(600px); } } @keyframes rotation { from { transform: rotateZ(0deg); } to { transform: rotateZ(360deg); } } Edit: I also suggest a different naming scheme for animations, functions etc. Descriptive names are easier to understand, require less documentation and reduce current & future headaches. What does the translate(600px) do? It moves it 600 pixels horizontally from left to right on the X axis, so naming the animation moveX or moveX600px is better and simpler.
  13. ~3.142 radian is the value of Pi, a constant ratio of a circle's circumference to to its diameter. Simply meaning it will fully roll once. You can also use degrees to define the amount of rotation. - http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Radian.html - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degree_(angle)
  14. You can run multiple animations by separating them by a comma. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/26986129/play-multiple-css-animations-at-the-same-time .coin { animation: move 2s, rotateY 3s; } @keyframes move { from { transform: translateX(0); } to {transform: translateX(1000px); } } @keyframes rotateY { from { transform: rotateY(0rad); } to { transform: rotateY(3.142rad); } }
  15. You don't have any unit defined for the translateX transform: translateX(2300px)