Nebu How-To – dHTML plugin: DragToScale

Nebu How-To – dHTML plugin: DragToScale


Hello, it’s Jason Miller here for Nebu.
In this tutorial I wanna show you the DragToScale plugin, how it looks like, and how easy it
is to set up. If you watched the previous videos, you are already familiar with some
of the plugins and you know what a plugin is, but let me clarify again for those who
missed it. A plugin allows you to make your questionnaire more appealing, by changing
the way a specific form is shown to the respondent. The DragToScale plugin works with Numerical
question type. Open the Design screen of Dub Quest to get started. First I maximize the
screen. As you can see, the Numerical Question has already been made. This is how a Numerical
question looks in the ‘Standard’ Display mode. Now, the respondent is being asked to
rate the various items on a scale from 1 to 100. Instead of typing in these numbers, we
will apply the ‘DragToScale’ Plugin. This plugin not only features a scale where the
items can be dragged onto, but they will even be made more attractive by showing an image
for each item. Adding an image to your answer options is very easy. Just double click on
the item and select the image from your project folder that you want to show. Now that the
images are attached, the final step is to apply this dHTML plugin, by clicking on the
‘Display’ tab and choosing ‘dHTML’ instead of ‘Standard’. Then choose ‘DragToScale’
from the Library. As you can see in the preview, you can now drag the objects onto the scale.
Looks way better than the default Numerical question, right? Improve your survey response
rates with engaging design! Watch more videos to explore other available plugins in Dub
Quest, or check out Dub Community for a complete overview. If you have any questions, don’t
hesitate to contact us. I’m Jason Miller for Nebu. Thanks for watching and see you
soon.

Ultimate millionaire Blueprint Review scam 2017

Ultimate millionaire Blueprint Review scam 2017


hey I hope you’re having a great day and in this video I’m going to be talking about this binary options software i’m going to be sharing my opinion with you on this product and why you should or should not stay away from it i’m also going to be giving you some alternatives towards the end of the video if you think it’s the software is not for you but first let me explain what this software is see that way you’ll know what you’re getting yourself involved with what this product is is a piece of software that’s going to be trading binary options for you on autopilot that which means you don’t have to do any of the work it also means you have zero control over what trade your money goes onto we can always dangerous now look I don’t recommend this binary options software and i’m going to be showing you why in detail in this video but first let me explain that trading binary options hey that the legitimate thing however real binary option trading is done with five things that you need if you’re going to be trading this topic commodity see the first thing you need is a mentor that’s going to help and guide you along the way when you first get started you also need a trading strategy that you and your mentor can work on together you know before you start placing real money on live trade and you need a good understanding of trading indicators that help you make those traits so if you don’t know what a bollinger band is or candlestick charge well maybe you shouldn’t be trading binary options because you also need a good understanding of world events that affect the marketplace like major catastrophe think mother nature can affect the market with blood and hurricanes earthquakes even tornadoes see all of these affect the market on a daily basis so let me explain why this piece of software is not going to help you make consistent profits see this software does not have that human element that is desperately needed to watch out for those major catastrophes and natural disasters that affect the market on a daily basis see this is why I believe that this piece of software is not going to help you claiming that a piece of software is going to make you consistent profits is not only pure stupidity if they’re responsible because training is always risky but that’s why you have all these warnings on those types of website and more often than not the brokers that they use their not even regulated so you say okay what does that mean to me not regulated it means when you deposit your two hundred fifty dollars in your broker account and you want to draw that back out such a good luck with that because it’s probably not going to happen and if it does it’s not going to be easy see any legitimate traders gonna tell you the same thing you always have to keep an eye on the market trusting this software is not going to cut it now let’s take a look and let’s talk about their sales video well I can assure you right now 100-percent all those people you see in the testimonials that are saying hey thank you i made 10,000 I I’m a 5000 last two days they’re all actors and actresses every one of them so what you need to do is go to fiverr.com and search for testimonials and reviews by actors and you’ll see everyone that you’ll find every one of them on that list because they’re actors they made five dollars they didn’t make 10,000 $5,000 they made five dollars to to lie to put their integrity and honesty on the line cost five dollars I don’t understand I i truly don’t understand how anybody could put their integrity on the line for five bucks my integrity and my honesty is priceless so love stay away from this binary options software also on the website you’ll see you know works sometimes it says you know you got three spots left and we got Kim spots laughter or do it right now that should be your second red black because no legitimate trader no legitimate broker is ever going to rush you doing this because trading is time-sensitive so look running from this binary options software now remember in the beginning how I told you hey i’m going to give you some alternatives towards the end of the video just in case this software is not for you now look if you don’t believe me if you don’t believe what I’m saying that look right up underneath this video the second link down where it says if you don’t believe me give it a try click on that link go fill out your form to open your account deposit two hundred fifty dollars in your broker account and good luck to you now if you’re a little cautious now after watching this video but you’re still help in balance trading binary options then go to your bank and speak to a representative and have been guide you to a school that will teach you a trace or you can learn how to make money online from the comfort of your own home using the power of the internet just like ID hey my name is Patterson and i’m just an ex-police officer as the state of Georgia who was injured and attacked by two male 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Farming Simulator 20: How to Play with a Controller

Farming Simulator 20: How to Play with a Controller


How to play FS 20 with a controller To connect your controller with your mobile device you simply turn on bluetooth we already have it on here and then you take your DualShock or Xbox One controller press the Playstation and share button or the Xbox connect button for a couple of seconds until the light flashes Then it should show up on your device Simply tap it to connect it and it’s connected Now we’re good to go to play FS 20 with a controller on your mobile device So let’s head on up here and start a game There we go You can use the right stick to move the camera right around like this or the L1/LB button to open up or close the mini map L1/LB and D-pad up will switch to the ingame vehicle view You can then use the action buttons to turn on your vehicle you’re sitting in right now and the trigger buttons to start driving forwards and of course backwards as well You can also use the D-pad to switch through all of your available vehicles and the options button will open up the menu pressing the L1/LB button plus the options button will open up the map overview through which you can also switch with different filters using R1/RB or L1/LB R1/RB plus the options button will open up our shop and show the different categories we have here Let’s buy a car There we go Now we can use the D-pad buttons to switch around to our new vehicle and start driving around the map And of course if you for any reason whatsoever want to just switch you can put down your controller and start tapping and the touch controls will just pop up Now available! More information on how to connect your mobile device to your controller in the description below!

Redmine EVM (=Earned Value Management) plugin by Easy Redmine

Redmine EVM (=Earned Value Management) plugin by Easy Redmine


Hello and welcome. This tutorial is about new Redmine Earned Value Management plugin. Earned Value Management is a project management technique for measuring project performance and progress in an objective manner. It’s able to provide accurate forecasts, which are an important contribution to good project performance. Earned Value Management is project-based module so you need to activate it on the selected project. Just go to project’s Settings>Modules and make sure that three boxes are checked: Easy Earned Values, Easy Gantt and Easy Baselines. Now you see the Earned value tab has appeared in the project’s top menu and project’s Settings as well. At first, go into Settings. Before start working with Earned Value chart, you must create one and for this purpose you need a baseline. The baseline can be simply created using the tool in the lower left corner or Easy Gannt module. Just enter the name, click on the “Create” button and it immediately appears in the right list of baselines. When the baseline is done, create your Earned Value chart by clicking on the “New” button above. Here you select a baseline, enter a name, decide whether it’s the default one and click on the “Create” button. It will add to the list of existing charts like here. Using the right buttons, you can delete the chart, edit it or just reload planned data from baseline by clicking here. Now go to Earned Values project tab where you should already see a complete chart with some values and variables. Actual Cost or the blue line means the costs actually incurred for the work completed by the specified day. In Easy Redmine, this is counted as an amount of time spent on the project tasks. Earned Value or the orange line represents the amount budgeted for performing the work that was accomplished by a given status day. In Easy Redmine, this is counted as actual weighted percentage done ratio on the project tasks. Planned Value or the green line is the approved budget for the work scheduled to be completed by a specified date. In Easy Redmine, this is counted on project tasks as per selected baseline. To learn about the other variables below, please check out our full Earned Value Management plugin documentation. The reload buttons down on the page help you get updated and accurate data at any time. In the top right corner, you can quickly switch between different charts you might have created and you can also switch between types of graphical representations of the chart, such as line, spline, and bar. Alright, that’s it, good luck. [Music]

Blueprint self-build website solution by Chameleon-i Recruitment Software

Blueprint self-build website solution by Chameleon-i Recruitment Software


It is simple to use and allows you to style
your website by adding, editing or removing pages, content and images, to reflect your
company’s brand and working practices. At Chameleon-i we believe in making things Quick and Simple No really. Please take it. This integrated self build website gives you
access to a world of flexibility, allowing you to create your website quickly and efficiently. Easily customizable, you can change the look
and feel of your website with a few clicks… upload your own content
and change the fonts and colors to fit with your branding.. because the Instant Blueprint Website is powered
by the chameleon-i database you only need ever enter your vacancy details once and then
– with a single click post them onto your website . It’s that easy! and this kind of
functionality is not available anywhere else. And thats not all. Your prospective candidates
can register their details – automatically } VO: creating a candidate record and notifying
you of their existance, wherever you are via email, even attaching the CV to the email
for you to review. Your candidates can also search your vacancies
via the Vacancy Search, matching their skillsets to your vacancy, and earning you that all
important next placement! Social media, blogging and news pages are
all easily added and customised to fit in with the rest of the site – giving the overall
effect of a well styled, well designed and effective recruitment website. And at just
�50 a month, it’s an affordable and cost effective solution to boot. It’s the Chameleon-i Instant Blueprint Website.
Recriutment software as it should be. Contact our sales team for more information today.

SportsPress – A Free League Management Plugin for WordPress

SportsPress – A Free League Management Plugin for WordPress


Meet Shaun. He plays soccer for his local team. They have a growing fan base, so they needed
a new website that can compare with the pros. That’s why they decided to use SportsPress.
A free, all-in-one toolkit that runs on the world’s most powerful content management system.
Shaun uses SportsPress to schedule his team’s upcoming matches, so now their fans can easily
see a full calendar of their events. After a good match, Shaun’s team celebrates
on the field and online. The website is instantly updated to let their
fans know how they played. And with each match, standing within the league
table are recalculated behind the scenes. The players are also happy because their performance
is automatically reflected on their custom profile pages. While the other team is busy
calling up their web designer, Shaun updates his website on the go. With a simple upgrade to SportsPress Pro, Shaun can
instantly add advanced sports features to his website. While your team is improving and evolving, don’t let your online presence continue to
live in the past. Build an awesome future-proof website today
and never be without the features your team needs. Get SportsPress. The only WordPress plugin for
serious teams and athletes.

PHP Tutorial – 04 – Operators

PHP Tutorial – 04 – Operators


In this section we’ll look at the operators
in PHP, that are used to operate on values. There are basically five types: arithmetic,
assignment, comparison, logical, and bitwise operators. First, we have the four basic arithmetic operations,
as well as modulus to get the division remainder. The equal sign itself is an assignment operator
to assign a value to a variable. A common use of the assignment and arithmetic operators
is to operate on a variable and then to save the result back into that same variable. These
operations can be shortened with the combined assignment operators. Another common operation is to increment or
decrement a variable by one. This can be simplified with one of the increment (++) and decrement
(–) operators. The effect on the variable is identical whether we use the post or pre
operator, but a post-increment returns the original value before it increments, while
the pre-operator increments first and then returns the value. Note that expressions are normally evaluated
from left to right. However different operators also have different precedents, For example,
the multiplication sign binds harder then addition and is therefore evaluated first.
To avoid having to learn the precedents of all operators we can instead use parenthesis
to decide what part of the expression will be evaluated first. Next, there’s the comparison operators that
compares two values and returns either true or false. Notice the three equal signs (===)
for comparing both the value and data type. Used together with these we have the logical
operators. And/or (&&/||) can combine several comparison operators. And the not operator
(!) can invert the result. Finally, The bitwise operators work on the
binary representation of integers. For example, the xor operator (^) turn on the bits that
are set on one side but not on both.

RPG Maker MV plugin tutorial begginer part 1 | RPG Together

RPG Maker MV plugin tutorial begginer part 1 | RPG Together


hey RPG fans welcome to my second video
in this video I’ll be talking how to create a RPG Maker MV plugin yeah
there are many results on YouTube but I found that there’s lack of you know
interests of youtubers into this topic so I decided to create a tutorial series
and this tutorial series will include beginner series intermediate and then
professional of course and from every Wednesday I’m going to continue this
tutorial series and Saturday is going to be some random sort of video so without
any further ado let’s get into it so first of all I’m going to create a
new project let’s name this plug-in project after creating the project just
wait a 50 years more and you’re done okay so at the beginner project I’m
gonna cover everything more precisely so first of all if if the plug-in manager
in that you include all those aweso me plugins so let’s get started
for instance I’m gonna tell you that I’m believing that you already know that how
to create a how did you know JavaScript for doing you’re not wasting time
explain that what’s the syntax of JavaScript and let’s get into it so
first of all let’s open in our project I’m going to use our de name bracket which
is actually something nice to do of it you know JavaScript so let’s pick our
JS folder and drag and drop it into this whatever it’s called and here okay
I don’t know if that’s yeah here’s our you know plugin thing
you can open any sort of gifs well if you just want to explore things
if you double-click they will be some fucking file and here let’s start
creating our own plugin so you’re gonna right-click new file name it let’s say
my plugin you got j/s after currying it just press return and your plugin is
ready so first of all let’s include some details for the plugin you create like a
comment like if you all know that coming it made like this but instead of making
a normal challenge will make abnormal work okay I’m not joking right now yeah
they’ll create many many starts and then end this so first of all what do you
need in your plugin is at plug-in this meaning the plug-in description you’re
right okay you write the description I’m ready
this is the description and then you’re gonna write in the utter your name
so I’ll write your name and then what I’m gonna need at the last for a basic
plug-in it’s act pill this if the help come on and you’re done creating your
first Claudia so now just go to the project go plugins and then name of the
plug-in which is right now my plugin in my plug-in you read this is the help
command auto your name this is the description cool now you might ask that
can you create great everything is gonna go on just run light
actually if you create very long and stuff this is long then I’ll be you know
automatically going in the next line but for suppose if you don’t want that and
just wanna go to the next slide okay and yet then what you’re gonna do is
create another stop after the help with the post and already the break line and
the prison Blakely so cool here’s our plugins break line
yeah so what I’m gonna do now is I mean you’re not gonna create a clear lug it
in match nothing actually happens so what we’ll do is put a function so
brackets function then what I’m gonna do is create another bracket then like that
oh yeah great something wrong yeah I did this should be this rocket like that whatever okay so who looks like myth Korean our
own function now the question is what are you gonna do with this function and
your stature what are you gonna do is overwrite any function you want yeah for
example I have to do anything an RPG object you might think that just go to
that jf well until it’s what you want to but in this RPG Maker MV but the dev
have came but if you’re not supposed to delete any function cuz suppose I just
deleted this and then I forgot that are deleted if there are many many errors
and you’re going into the community and all its trap so this is not anything
you’re gonna do it still you’re gonna overwrite the function overriding
as you know in j/s just means that here’s my function and then I’ll
overwrite the function and my Scott overwrite in programming okay now first
lets me show you an example so what I’m gonna come into some exhaust yeah RPG
windows not RPG shit open the RPG windows command F to find such as
absolutely same in any text editor and then you’re gonna right window under
scope options dot prototype dot okay its way the function was make command list
so first of all let’s see what the function does it calls two more function
which is this that add general options and add volume option
so the general option is that it will add the option to always –
do all and if you want to remember come on in the RM MV battle and in the advil
and option you have BGM valium is useful in any volume SC volume now for suppose
I don’t like this general option uh turn on the player to you know dad keep
dashing always after all what’s the ship Keith Mantha
I’ll go to my plugins I’ll go here I like it damp it around pressing tab to
make it this way and what I’m going to do is you know I could have deleted it
here but I don’t like that time going to comment this by double slash which you
might already have known in J’s s that I’ve come and comment so this is not
called by the function anymore so now let’s save it okay so what I just
notices hi there is something wrong which is that I should have done like
that I should make another open closed front see and here it’s gonna go like
that okay what’s that I didn’t make that right so make it like
okay that’s not for this program okay I’m going with a lot of errors
errors and errors so your function up and close front seat and then this
bracket thing and then close this and then one another and semicolon so now if
we go and command R or control our in whichever OS you are then powered by MV
yeah that’s it and here’s you have credit for plugin and they’re no more
any that silly function yeah snagging clothes and we’re done with our
first lugging tutorial dongle okay so if you don’t like the
video don’t forget to dislike add in the first piace points of improvements

SSL Buss Compressor: Hardware vs Waves Plugin

SSL Buss Compressor: Hardware vs Waves Plugin


Greetings, my name is Ian Vargo and I’m
here at the Art Institute of California, Inland Empire. And for today’s tutorial for The
Pro Audio Files I’m going to be comparing the master buss compressor on the SSL Duality
to the Waves plugin version of that compressor. Firstly, let’s learn a little bit more about
the master buss compressor. On the hardware version of the compressor
we have control over the threshold, attack with a range of .1 milliseconds up to 30 milliseconds,
ratio, make-up gain and release with a range of .1 seconds up to 1.2. And some sidechain
and surround options. So here we see in Pro Tools, I’ve got an
uncompressed version of this song which is Black Widow by Ugly, Ugly Words — Make sure
to check it out on iTunes. And then various printed versions of the analog compressed
song. Ok, so let’s take a listen to the version with no compression whatsoever. [song without compression] So, it’s sort of a loud rock and roll tune
with a lot of screaming and electric guitars. And of course the SSL compressor like many
other compressors will behave very differently depending on the source material. So now let’s
take a listen, these are all the different analog printed versions right here. And I
took note of the settings as I printed them, ok. So, first let’s take a listen, we’ve
got with a 10ms attack time with an auto-release. [song + compression: fast attack (10ms), auto-release] Generally, I like to keep slow attack times,
especially on the master buss and the auto-release does a really good job on both the analog
and digital versions of the compressor. I try to keep the threshold set in such a way
that I’m only compressing between 1 to 2 maybe 3 dB at most. Because as you will hear,
once you start compressing more, you really compromise the transient of the kick and snare
drum and it really brings up the room of the drums and the vocals and other instruments
in a way that is not always pleasing. Ok, so now let’s take a listen to version 30ms
attack time with auto release. [music + compression: fast attack (30ms),
auto release] So very similar to the other version that
I played and really not that much different than the version without much compression.
I sort of just like using the SSL compressor for subtle color and gluing instruments together.
Now we’ve got a very fast attack and slow release, so what you’re doing to hear is
the kick and snare drum really being compromised. [song + SSL buss compression: fast attack,
slow release] It does however do a cool thing to the electric
guitars, so what you could do is just send your electric guitars and bass and maybe vocals
through the SSL compressor and leave the drums out. K, let’s check out now fast attack,
slow release. [song + buss compression: fast attack, slow
release] It does sort of get rid of the transients
but brings up the rooms in sort of a cool way. Here we have totally slammed, fastest
attack, fastest release. [SSL buss compressor with fastest attack,
fastest release] So while it does give a sort of explosive
quality to everything, let’s take a listen again to the uncompressed version and you’ll
hear, we sort of miss out on the kick and snare drum. [uncompressed vs compressed versions] And something that I often use is a setting
sort of with a very slow attack and fastest release if not auto. And once again only about
1 to 3 dB of compression. Ok, so now let’s take a listen to the digital version and we’re
going to open up this plugin right here. There are some differences between the hardware
and software versions. Different ratio, release, and attack settings and this special fade
out feature. So let’s take a listen, I’m just gonna poke around here. [music + Waves SSL G Master Buss Compressor] That would be a pretty safe setting for me,
I might even use a slower attack time, let’s try auto-release. [music + Waves SSL Compressor w/ auto-release] Sort of lifts everything, brings everything
forward and adds a little bit more intensity. Let’s change the threshold here. [song + Waves SSL Buss Compressor] And turn up the make-up gain. If we wanna
really go overboard let’s go with a fast attack. And as you can hear the kick and snare
drum are almost totally lost. Let’s try the fastest release and a little less make-up
gain. And try the different ratios. So overall, if I were to compare the analog
and digital versions of the master buss compressor, I would say definitely you get a cooler vibe
out of the analog version, perhaps, you know, you don’t need to recall when using the
digital version, but truthfully if I had the amount of money — the several thousands
of dollars it costs to purchase the analog version — I would probably just go with
other collections of plugins or other outboard gear. But it does have a cool gluey sound,
it brings everything together and makes a more cohesive mix. But overall, I would not
say it’s one of my top go-to compressors. Thank you for taking the time to check out
this tutorial for The Pro Audio Files. Make sure to check out Ugly, Ugly Words on iTunes.
And we have open houses here at the Art Institute of California, Inland Empire if you’d like
to know more about audio production and the SSL Duality. Once again this has been Ian
Vargo. Thanks!