## Benintendi, Martinez bring Crimson Sox Final Blue Jays, 8-3 – More ways to earn money

https://www.theredsoxapparel.com/Red_Sox_Eduardo_Rodriguez_Jersey-534
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## How do I fix this (blue) screen problem when connecting my MacBook Pro to my monitor?

Now the problem only occurs when I connect my MacBook. The monitor works fine when I connect a Windows laptop to it. While I was thinking about fixing this issue, I tried to change some settings in Preferences, but I could not fix them.

## How do I find leads who are interested in web hosting and domain names like Blue Host?

I'd like to know where to find leads for the Bluehost web hosting platform that sign up for Bluehost so I can receive commissions from leads signing up

## Networking – Ubuntu 18.04 Samba out of the blue is really slow

I have a Samba share setup on my Ubuntu 18.04 server for a few months now. All run very smoothly and very fast over my Gigabit Ethernet from the Ubuntu server to another 19.04 Ubuntu laptop and a Windows 10 laptop.

Today, trying to access my share from my Ubuntu laptop or Windows laptop was suddenly extremely sluggish. All file transfers are about 2-3 MB / s, if they should be about 100 MB / s.

I reinstalled Samba and restarted every device connected to my network.

I've followed the steps in this tutorial: https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-install-and-configure-samba-on-ubuntu-18-04/

here is my smb.conf for the stock.

path = / mnt / storage
searchable = yes
write-protected = no
Force creation mode = 0660
Force directory mode = 2770

## When zooming in, I see red, blue and white pixels. What is the cause for this?

I experimented with the lamp mode of my Canon EOS 600D camera. I noticed in the picture that there are these red, blue and white pixels, which can also be seen on the screenshot. What is the reason why I see these pixels?

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## python – # A program that lets you see how red, blue, and purple appear in the resolution for fun

I'm doing a bit of analogue and digital art. This time I did a color test digital. To work on my programmability so that it is divisible, I ask for help to get a code review.

Is it easy to follow the train of thought?
Suggestions?

Greetings Johan

``````#A program for fun to see how red, blue and purple appears at resolution

from math import *
from graphics import *

def hole(win, centerx, centery, radius): #draws an inverted sphere
for circle in range(radius, 0, -1):
c = Circle(Point(centerx, centery), circle)
c.setWidth(0)
coloratangle = int(sin(circle/radius*pi/2)*255) #max resolution from black to white is 255 steps
c.setFill(color_rgb(coloratangle * (circle % 2), 0, coloratangle * ((circle + 1) % 2))) # Modulus instead of Boolean? Modulus in c.setFill or in another line?
c.draw(win)

windowheight = 1350
windowwidth = 730
win = GraphWin("My Circle", windowheight, windowwidth)
win.setBackground(color_rgb(255, 100, 100))

centerx = int(windowheight / 2)
centery = int(windowwidth / 2) #intetger
radius = int(sqrt(centerx**2 + centery**2)) #pythagoras

win.getMouse() # Pause to view result
win.close()    # Close window when done
$$```$$
``````

## Unity Blue Sprite always appears at the top, regardless of the order

I have 3 `SpriteRenderer`

1. SpriteRenderer – Green Sprite
2. SpriteRenderer – Blue Sprite
3. SpriteRenderer – Brown Sprite

The problem is that the blue sprite is always displayed above the other. I even tried to keep it `SpriteRenderer` change in the same order and the pictures but no matter what `SpriteRenderer` I always put the blue picture on top of it.

I've set the collation level to 0 for all 3 and can not change it because I need to change so many other objects in the game.

## html – tag generates a blue box behind the preformatted text and a table on it in the printable version. How can I disable this?

if there is a way to edit this, change the table in any way or disable it if it is printable = yes?

Yes to all questions.

The question "how" was not there, right?

Yet:

• Examine the box of developer tools to find out where the style came from.
• If it's from MediaWiki, you can find it with developer tools and change it to your liking.
• Is it a kind of shadow DOM element (a browser created / styled element, as in the screenshot)?

• Restyle (override) to your liking with your own CSS style, like this one.

## Design – Best defect color on blue color?

I tend to mix the default color with red until the color feels warm, but the text is still legible. You can mix for orange or yellow alerts, neutral for blue (or white), and green for positive messages.

This works because people associate a larger color gamut with certain severity levels.

An alternative would be to change the background instead of the text color to highlight the message. Re-mix the background color with red, orange / yellow, blue / white or green, depending on which message you want to submit.

If none of the default shades work, choose a different color, but use an icon or descriptive text such as "Error" to highlight and convey the meaning of the text in this way. Using a symbol is probably something you want to do independently, as it is more recognizable than color, especially if someone using your application is color blind or color deficient.

## Visa – How long can I stay in Germany after I have quit my Blue Card job?

I come from a non-EU country and have a German "Blue Card EU", which is tied to a position that I had in Germany. I worked there for a year but stopped working there last week.

I'm currently applying for a Swiss work permit and intend to move there and work there when that's done. I was told that it could take more than 3 months to get the work permit, which is worrying as I only have 90 visa-free days in the Schengen area.

So my question is: How long can I stay in Germany after I quit the job for which I had my blue card? Citizens of my country receive 90 days without a visa, but thanks to my blue card do I get extra time? It certainly will not expire as soon as I quit my job, right?