There are so many guides on the internet, and unfortunately, not a single one of them satiated my desire for what I wanted to do! So below is a nice one-liner to, you guessed it, dump just about every frame from a video, with VideoLAN via the PowerShell/command prompt. The TLDR: Go to where you … Continue reading Dumping all frames from a video file with VideoLAN
Over the years, IPv6 has been on the up and up in terms of implementation and usage. pfSense has had native IPv6 support since the 2.x series, unfortunately, CenturyLink’s IPv6 implementation has been riddled with ‘fun road bumps’ along the way – be it downtime, slowness, among other fun routing issues observed. CenturyLink (as of … Continue reading CenturyLink & IPV6 with pfSense 2.4+
For a great deal of time, Chrome hasn’t had much support into Windows Aero-like window peeking without having to actually click on a tab to view what’s within. In recent versions of Chrome, this appears to have changed, but the change doesn’t appear to be made standard yet. Here’s how to enable Tab Hover Cards … Continue reading Chrome and Hover Cards on Tabs
As of September 2019, the following are the base stats for Rift MMO. From there on, values are modified by “modifiers” and Attack Power or Spell Power, Crit Chance and Crit Power. There are some abilities in the soul tree, which are known as Spell/Attack Power Coefficients – these aren’t covered in this article. It’s … Continue reading Rift MMO: Base Stat Values
In recent months (as of this post), Microsoft decided to apparently cripple the UI panels for Teaming, VLANS, and a few other options in the Network Interface properties tab section. On update 1903 of Windows 10 Pro, this was very much so the case – no UI, but only PowerShell commands.