I am looking for visio stencils for 7 and 15k passport.
anyone know where I can get some???
...Volume Serial Label
This may be a touchie Techie (for me anyway). I have been experimenting with
a hex sector reader (Iso Buster). Whilst I can find the multi burn dates,
the burning tool and CD name I cant find where the Volume Serial Number is
(i.e what LBA / Sector.
I believe that the serial number is made up from Hex from the creation date
but cant find where it is recorded on disc. Any offers...
> This may be a touchie Techie (for me anyway). I have been experimenting with
> a hex sector reader (Iso Buster). Whilst I can find the multi burn dates,
> the burning tool and C...sun volume manager/rmserver and java
I was requested to kill java and start it with another user than root,
to make a machine SOX compliant, but
a friend of mine advise me to not do it "The java processes are
started by SUN volume management. Shut
them off or change them from root to any other ID, and down go your
disks. Rmserver is used to manage the fiber channels to the SANs.
Likewise, shut that off and restart it under any other user, and no
more SAN access."
Is it true?
I believe that only the GUI was java dependent...
> Hi There,
> I was requested to k...volume of a 3D voronoi cell
Can anybody know if there is a function to calculate the volume of a
3D voronoi cell?
...Help with stencil shadows?
I'm having a little trouble with stencil shadowing. Specifically my problem
is with self-shadowing.
I draw my object, then draw its shadow using the darkening method (copy
object geometry and add degenerate quads along edges, draw with two-sided
stencil, then draw an overlay poly to make the shadow). The problem is, the
frontcap of the shadow z-fights with the object itself, resulting in a
crawly, artifact-y self-shadow.
I've tried a couple of things, like playing with z-bias, 'jittering' the
shadow volume's verts in/out along their normals, etc, but nothing seems t...Re: Another Year, Another Volume of the Digest #4
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: But just as on January 4, if you were
> born on January 1 you would not say "I am a year old" neither can
> you claim to be 25 years old if that won't happen until August. In
> other words, 1/4/2006 less 8/11/1981 results in a difference of 24
> years, 7 months and 1 week (more or less, I am too tired to calculate
> it to the minute right now. We could tighten it up a bit closer if
> we took the telecom-related messages which appeared in _Human Nets_
> during May through July, 1981 and the first two 'test ma...dicom volume #3
I have some Dicom slices and I want to build the volume with those, any suggestion for matlab code
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...Buzz on microphone input when on AC, low volume
I have a Toshiba L35-S2171, and I'm trying to record with a
microphone. The volume isn't really high enough, even with every
volume control I can find set at max, and mic boost turned on.
But the big problem is that I get a loud buzz on this input when the
computer is plugged into the power mains. When I go to battery
only, the buzz goes away.
The mic I'm using works ok on my desktop, but even there I have
trouble getting enough volume. There is no buzz there.
From past experience, it seems to me that the buzz on AC is a sign
of poor design of the audio input circuit, o...Stencil Shadow
Can i write fast animation with stencil shadows, or there is some better/faste way
to make shadows?
> Can i write fast animation with stencil shadows, or there is some better/faste way
> to make shadows?
If you want sharp shadows, stencil shadows are probably the fastest.
Shadow maps require an additional texture, but easily expand to
> Can i write fast animation with stencil shadows
Yes, that's how Doom 3 does shadows...
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Governments, like diaper...3Delight shadow problem with moving camera
I have a strange problem with 3delight. I have a scene with camera move in it.
The scene has a standard light with a shadow map in it. The light/objects are
stationary. When I render the scene using the same shadow file for shadows
the shadows move with the camera. If I copy that same file and rename it
so that there is a shadow map for every frame the shadows don't move ?!?
So for now I just have a shadow file for every frame; it works, but eats up
disk space. If anyone has any idea as to what is going on, let me know
This is a bug in 3Del...Help with volume visualizations and patches
First of all let me say that I am a Matlab newbie. I have been working with data that describes power levels at different points within the brain. I am trying to plot this data in a way that enables its visualization. There are roughly 2400 'voxels'. Their locations in x,y,z space are known and I can assume they are cubes.
The simplest way (or so it seems to me) to do this is to call the patch command for each voxel. That way I have only one 'faces' matrix. I am simply generating the 'vertex' matrix for each voxel. However this method does not seem to allow me...Boot volume for utilities
I recently upgraded from an old G5 iMac to one of the new iMacs.
I retrieved the HD from the old machine and have now mounted it in a new
enclosure. The connection is USB 2.
Today I upgraded my copy of Diskwarrior 4 to v 4.2 (and following
Alsoft's instructions burned a dew DW disk) which should work with
10.6.2. I tried it,but the OS on my old DW disk was 10.4.5 and after
about 30 minutes of a white screen and no noise from the disk drive I
shut down and started to think about what I could do to improve things.
My idea is to erase that older HD and install 10.6.2...Free Stencil For SMD Soldering
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> sorry for spamming, but good to everybody:
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Yes, spamming this is indeed ...
Just looked at ezpcbs.com to compare prices with www.pcbexpress.com,
a company we have us...stencil computation
I want to do a SOR (Successive over realaxation) like stencil
computation. i.e given a 2D or 3D array, value of an element is
computed as the function of it's neighbors, but with the most recent
(just computed) values of the neighbors. Basically I want to do the
following loop in an efficient manner, using a MATLAB library call.
Is there such library procdure?
do i = 1:n
do j = 1:n
v(i,j) = f(v(i-1,j),v(i+1,j), v(i-1,j),
(f is any function).
I made a mistake in the code snippet. The correct one is:
do i = 1:n
do j = 1:n
v(i,j) = f(...Removing shadow plot3
I just loaded and plotted a finite element mesh in matlab. It shows the pressure in a blood vessel. But If I turn the blood vessel around, there is a shading. So it is pretty hard to see the pressure profile at the back side of my vessel. Thus anyone know how to remove this shadow?
...how to draw volume of rotation
you know the picture of the volume of rotataion when a function f(x) is
rotated around the x-axis, how do you make such a drawing.
I've looked at pstricks but that I've found nothing for 3D drawing.
I'd rather not do this by drawing ellipses and lines by hand.
Gunnar G schrieb:
> you know the picture of the volume of rotataion when a function f(x) is
> rotated around the x-axis, how do you make such a drawing.
> I've looked at pstricks but that I've found nothing for 3D drawing.
> I'd rather not do this by drawing ellipses an...FA: Shadow of the Beast, near mint
...fileplace and striped logical volumes
We user Oracle databases on 64 GB striped LVs. STRIPE WIDTH = 8,
STRIPE SIZE = 64K. The disks are on an EMC SAN.
When I use fileplace -p on any file in any striped LV, it reports that
the file is only on one disk, except for a few small fragments at the
very beginning that are on another disk. This does not seem to make
sense, especially in light of the fact that striping the DB filesystems
gave noticeable performance improvement.
Is fileplace able to accurately report disk usage for files on striped
...Stencil buffer #2 284352
I'm trying to figure out the stencil buffer so I can draw things at the
proper depth. I understand that glStencilFunc compares the 'ref' param to
the value already in the stencil buffer (i.e. 0 in my case) however I don't
understand how to handle it when you have more then 2 objects. Here's what I
Clearing the stencil buffer with 0 will write 0's to the entire stencil
buffer. I can now enable the stencil test. If the 'func' in glStencilFunc is
GL_ALWAYS it will always pass the test. This is where I start losing it.
Does glStencil Func write t...slicing a mask from a volume
I'm trying to extract a mask from a 3D shape defined by a series
of ROI's that I've grouped into an IDLanROIgroup object. I'm trying to
use the compute mask function to make a mask by defining a plane that
cuts through the 3D shape except it only gives me a blank mask. I've
had success with it before but it only works when the plane matches a
plane of an exisiting ROI in the group. Can the IDLanROIgroup object
extract a mask given a plane that cuts through the 3D shape at an
arbitrary angle? I would like to avoid having to create a volume and
making slices from that si...stencil buffer 338895
given 2 areas represented as a series of points, How can i use the stencil
buffer to achieve an "AND" with the 2 areas. In other words, opengl will
only draw to space which is inside both area1 and area2. Im pretty sure this
can be done with the stencil. But im not very experienced with it. Thanks
for your help
It might be easier to work out the intersection of your two areas first.
Then use the stencil buffer on that.
"Chris Miller" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> given 2 areas represented as a se...Stencil or stamp?
I have much experience in making printed circuit boards
using photoetching techniques. Recently I got 10 Kgs of
epoxy glass copper clad boards, double sided, from a
friend that quitted his electronics activity.
My past experiences with photoetching have been a great
success if I used already-photoresist-coated boards, and
a total failure when I tried to apply photoresist via a
spray on non photoresist-coated boards (like those 10 Kg
of epoxy glass I recently got).
So I wanted to use a different system for these uncoated
epoxy glass copper boards.
So far I'm imagining two possi...List of every volumes mounted on your machine !
While researching an AFP problem, I stumbled onto this...
contains a list of what appears to be every volume ever mounted in the
and as the name implies, it remembers where on the dessktop the volume,s
icon had been displayed last.
You can use PLIST Editor to clean the list out. (quit finder before
doing it, restart it after you've saved the pl;ist).
It is interesting that the PLIST editor does not have a "find" function.
You need to dump the contents, select all, then copy/pas...Maximum size of volume set
I want to add another 70G disk to existing volume set
contains single 70G disk. Do you aware of any limitation
of total volume set size ?
Thank in advance,
I believe there is a limit of 255 volumes in a volume set. I don't recall the limit on the size of an individual volume. But you should be fine.
Usually when adding an untested disk, I add it as a separate volume set. Test it. VSCLOSE it. SCRATCHVOL it and then add it to the production volume set.
Let me know if you need additional help.