performance – Intentionally using “bad(der) machines” to develop game?

I developing a game intended for desktop computers.

I am afraid of designing my game to costly in aspects of performance, and therefore I am afraid to use a machine that might be better than the target devices.

However, I don’t know yet what the target devices will look like when my game is finished in 5 years.

How do Indy developers choose a device for developing their game in order not to be taken away by its performance?

Just an example to make it more clear:

If a developer had access to a quantum computer, I guess he shouldn’t use it. Else he would lose his ability to estimate the performance on the target devices.

Or is the “developer machine selection approach” not how it’s done, and instead, there is simply a certain tri count limit for everything?

I remember that for RE4, there was simply a hard limit for tri count for meshes.

Thank you!

photoshop – Is it possible to re-focus (recover) an intentionally blurred image?

I work in data security and follow some data security news, images with data hidden by bluring and other image manipulation are “broken” all the time.

Digital filters in software work by taking the image data, doing some math on it and producing the modified image.

Unlike images that are shot out of focus in camera, with digitally blured images we know exactly the math formula the software used – and often we can reverse the formula and get the original image back (sometimes with some quality loss)

I have no idea what Picasa soft focus uses and I don’t know if it’s reversible, also I’m not going to analyze it, treat this answer as a general warning not as a review of Picasa’a soft focus filter’s security

Even if we can’t un-blur the image often it’s possible to recognize the blured person/object/text/whatever by bluring sections from other images and comparing them (because if we take two similar image and apply the same math to both we get two similar changed images).

So, your bluring method will stop the casual surfer but not anyone who really want to get the data, never use it to hide really sensitive data (especially not text or numbers), be careful and if you want to hide something just paint over it with a solid color (and check it’s also hidden in thumbnails, preview images, undo histories and such).

firewalls – Is it possible to intentionally cause Google and AWS to block my IP address?

It may sound a little weird. I am validating one of my possible research ideas where I want to see if I can intentionally and effectively make websites such as Google and AWS to block my IP. By “block”, I mean it won’t let me directly access the service, but not necessarily blacklist my IP. For example, the website will ask me to solve a ReCaptcha before I can access its service, instead of telling me service is unavailable.

I know if I send a large number of requests in a short time (i.e., using DoS) it is very likely that I can make it work, but I wonder if there is any other “efficient” way to make it happen. From what I have found here: https://support.google.com/websearch/thread/2596872?hl=en, it mentioned Google may block the following:

  • Sending searches from a robot, computer program, automated service, or search scraper
  • Using software that sends searches to Google to see how a website or webpage ranks on Google
  • Using an app, program or script to perform a large number of searches in a short time

Is it possible that I mimic such a request and cause myself to be blocked in just one or a few requests?

forms – Ways and instructions to tell a user to intentionally miss a multiple choice question?

I’m currently brainstorming possible solutions to this UX question. In a multiple choice activity (not a quiz/form), if a user correctly answers a question, before they move on to the next question, I want to encourage the user to still click on the wrong answers and see the feedback from the wrong answers, so they understand why the wrong answer is wrong.

My first question is placement of these instructions:
I was thinking about putting optional instructions either before the question, or after the last multiple choice answer. The reason I suggest the latter is that these set of instructions are rather unique, and could possibly disrupt the natural user flow of reading a question and answering the questiion.

My second question is about the actual contents of the instructions are a question mark to me. I was thinking:

  1. Direct Approach: If you get the answer right, please also take a look at the other answers to see why they’re wrong!
  2. Subtle approach: Choose the best answer, but be sure to go through all the answers later!

I was also wondering in terms of user experience if it would make more sense to put these “instructions” after the user has successfully answered thee question, rather than before?

mariadb – Process was intentionally ended – now the process is still displayed in "Show process list".

We had a MariaDB long-running process (40 hours), so I ended the thread. But the thread is still there with:

a "command" field of "killed".
a "status" of "unlock tables".
an "Info" from "Paste in …"

What does that mean? More importantly, how do I get rid of it?

Version: MariaDB-10.3.5

David

Android: How can an activity be displayed that intentionally starts another activity in a UML sequence diagram and a class diagram?

In this simple example, I have two activities, ActivityA and ActivityB.

ActivityA is the foreground activity. The user clicks a button that is executed dispatchActivityBIntent() that creates an intention and sends it to the start ActivityB.

Intent intent = new Intent(this, ActivityB.class);
startActivity(intent);

These are the diagrams that I came up with

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I found an earlier answer that is about showing this in a class diagram.

Android class diagram UML

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Alternative way. Is it wrong to show like this?

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Web Browser – How can I understand this seemingly intentionally hidden JS code?

I'm trying to program my own private interface to ask questions on the stack (without using the API, which requires an account that requires minimal anonymity), as I strongly prefer having my own My own "Control Panel", where I can enter it after my own setup.

After spending countless hours with it, I've come to the conclusion that Stack rejects anyone trying to post without JavaScript enabled. When JavaScript is enabled in a normal browser, it will retrieve all types of .js files that are very intricate in generating a string that will be inserted into the hidden form field "i1l" (which is not present in the HTML from the beginning). ,

I meticulously undone this, but I'm stuck in the last step, where it goes crazy with the hidden code. This is how it works (these snippets are from various .js files and have been beautified to make them more meaningful):

The part in which the hidden form element is added with JS:

"loadTicks": function(e) {
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        "complete": function() {
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f = function() {
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};

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var s = new Markdown.Converter({
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    n = "A" .charCodeAt (0),
    r = "Z" .charCodeAt (0),
    i = "a" .charCodeAt (0) - r - 1;
    F = function (o) {
    return o.replace (e, function (e) {
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    return "Q" + s + "Q"
    })
    }, V = function (s) {
    return e.replace (/ Q ((A-PR-Za-z) {1,3}) Q / g, function (e, o) {
    for (var a, s = 0, l = 0, l < o.length; l++) a = o.charCodeAt(l), a > r && (a - = i), a> t && a -, a - = n, s = 51 * s + a;
    Return String.fromCharCode (s)
    })
    }
    } ();
    var H = t.asteriskIntraWordEmphasis? $: S;
    this.makeHtml = function (s) {
    if (U) throw new Error ("Recursive call to converter.makeHtml");
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    };
    var W = function (s) {
    return l (e)
    },
    K = {
    "ol": "\ d + (.)",
    ul: (* + -)
    },
    G = "(-A-Z0-9 + & @ # /%? = ~ _ | (\) ()!:,.;)",
    Y = "(-A-Z0-9 + & @ # /% = ~ _ | (\))",
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    }

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