If you want to use Ctrl + V to paste text, the text will be pasted with the formatting by default. To change this default, and paste plain text without formatting automatically when using Ctrl + V, click Paste in the Clipboard section of the Home tab and select Set Default Paste. … [Read more...] about How to Change the Default Paste Setting in Microsoft Word
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Tasha: No, not really, and that speaks to my biggest problem with the reaction to Solo’s smaller box office take. Like every studio that wants money to start pouring down on it in vast, surfable waves, Lucasfilm seems to be trying to model the Star Wars franchise on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, complete with side stories, a central story, a vast and ever-expanding crossover cast, and two to three blockbusters a year. The assumption is that the demographic for Star Wars movies, like the demo for MCU movies, is absolutely everybody, from the youngest kids to much older viewers who grew up with the movies in the 1970s. And the first sign that maybe they made a movie for a more specific, narrower audience seems to have induced some panic. I was actually hoping the anthology films would move us away from that line of thinking entirely. In retrospect, that was naive. But it leads nicely to our next question. … [Read more...] about Question Club: Where should Star Wars go after Solo’s box office disappointment?
A "gaming system" is effectively defined by its use of a discrete graphics processor, which, for the moment at least, means AMD Radeon or Nvidia GeForce graphics. So it (should) go without saying that you should avoid dirt-cheap configurations with integrated GPUs (aka iGPUs). However, if the best gaming PC you can afford right now is an iGPU-based system, make sure it either has sufficient slot space and power supply for a GPU upgrade. Unfortunately, Thunderbolt 3 ports on desktops are pretty scarce, so attaching an external GPU (aka eGPU) at some point in the future may not be an option yet. For whichever CPU you buy, get the latest generation available. It's usually indicated by the first digit of the CPU model name. In this case, that means the 10th generation for Intel Core i (such as i7-10700K) and third generation for AMD Ryzen (e.g., Ryzen 7 3700X). Even if it's not remarkably faster than the previous generation, they usually gain efficiencies gen … [Read more...] about Best gaming desktops for 2020
When asked how he and his team are setting about making a 3D platformer feel modern as opposed to merely nostalgic, Price said, "We looked across what had been going on in games in general and their much greater focus on not having linear paths that have to be followed at all times. Therefore, we allowed for expandable worlds so that you can get comfortable with a world and then decide to expand upon it. Or you could choose not to expand and just move on to the next world, if you like. … [Read more...] about : “We’ve always tried to put style over technical brilliance”