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I have a PC connected to a TV over HDMI. The TV is connected to a 5.1ch home theather systems over scart.

Is there any way the audio from the pc can be heard from the home theater system? Can scart even be used for output?

This is the TVs manual - https://www.download.p4c.philips.com/files/4/46pfl5605h_12/46pfl5605h_12_dfu_eng.pdf

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It's probably not outputting anything via SCART then.

Can't you just connect the speakers to your PC directly?

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

Can't you just connect the speakers to your PC directly?

Yes, but i'd rather just have the HDMI running to the PC

Well that looks like your only option right now.

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Original Poster1 point · 2 days ago

Yeah it's good enough for a temporary fix. I'll contact the TVs support and see if they can help me figure out if i can output over SCART or at least how to get the TVs headphone jack working

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It creates a customs union with the EU so there's no need for border checks.

It doesn't work on a grander scale because of the back door issue, but a customs union is exactly what solves the border issue. There just is none.

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It creates a customs union with the EU so there's no need for border checks.

So how are they going to stop all the migrants? Wasn't that (one of) the main reasons for Brexit?

No idea on both counts. Apparently everything was the main reason for Brexit and consequently every solution is both in full compliance with the will of the people and an utter betrayal of the vote.

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every solution is both in full compliance with the will of the people and an utter betrayal of the vote

Ding! Ding! Ding! We've got a winner!!!

Even if the best case scenario of Brexit happens (not sure what exactly that is), most (all) of the remain voters will be unhappy while at the same time making a lot of leave voters unhappy as well. The Brexit leaders promised more they can deliver, so there's no way to please all the leave voters, let alone the majority of the UK population.

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Yeah, Luke. Stop asking weird questions. You're only allowed to ask traditional questions.

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Classic Luke!

I want #Facebook to be extremely clear to its users about how their service operates and makes money. Not many people know that #Facebook has made available their data to third parties or that for instance it holds full copyright about any picture or content you put on it.

They the copyright of that video where a woman fucks a donkey?!?!

31 points · 2 days ago

Begun, the cyber wars have

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Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering

Yoda

224 points · 3 days ago

Those who explain that we can easily live without Europe, that everything is going to be alright, and that it's going to bring a lot of money home, are liars

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it's going to bring a lot of money home

I mean this is technically true. The UKs contributions to the EU will stay in the UK. At the same time they will lose a lot more than they gain though...

639 points · 3 days ago

Huh, someone actually telling it like it is.

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Make the EU great again!

What else other than lawns. Desert scape in the south but what about the Midwest and northern areas?

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Plant native plants, not tropical species

295 points · 2 days ago

shaving materials

Get a shaving brush/cup and a bar of shaving soap, along with a safety razor and you can save so much money over buying shaving cream and cartridge razors

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a bar of shaving soap

TIL

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Unfortunatelya lot of Brexit voters are in the "build the damn wall" equivalent group.

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Some are, but some are also in the "lets be like Norway" mindset. But you can't have free movement and trade when you also have walls. That's another reason they were lied to - they were promised contradicting things.

Absolutely. And I don't criticise them for that at all. There were (and are) some compelling arguments for leaving.

My issue is people's "team sport" approach like with the US. We should all be working together to hold the Govt accountable and get some facts, but as usual it's all in-group out-group squabbling. It's a damn shame.

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My issue is people's "team sport" approach like with the US.

Isn't that happening in the UK an US because both have 2 dominant parties. So a divide between the population is inevitable?

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University cafeteria?

Fisketorvet (or other similar buffet restaurants)

Too good to go - https://toogoodtogo.dk/da

University cafeterias are sadly not very cheap.

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I've only eaten at AAU and Panum, but you can get a lot of food for 40-50kr

Limit the amount of debt you create but do put your subscriptions on a credit card that you pay the full balance on every month to start generating good credit. Keep the credit card maximum low so you can't be tempted.

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Don't do this if you're not in the US. Credit scores aren't really a thing outside North America. Avoid all debt if you can

Credit score was a big deal for me in the UK when getting a mortgage 2 years ago and my mum has been refused a loan for having no credit history. Plus the advice wasn't "create debt", it was create a good credit score by putting your subscriptions on a low limit credit card and pay the balance every month. It creates no debt, you are paying it all off every month.

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Fair point!

149 points · 3 days ago

Your phone doesn't become worse when a company releases a better one.

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Phone companies hate him!

1.5k points · 3 days ago · edited 3 days ago

They spread rumors of the CIA inventing AIDS, among other things.

edit - here's the link

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The CIA didn't invent AIDS?! Who did then?

In the United states, Republicans unvailed a plan to make the healthcare system more efficient by eliminating treatment for sick people.

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I mean, sound like a good idea when you think about it. It will definitely be more efficient, though at the same time become worse.

54 points · 3 days ago

This is the best answer. Own it. Be your own boss, the envy of the nine to fivers. But don't forget to get the shit done.

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This is the best answer. Own it. Be your own boss, the envy of the nine to fivers.

Yeah!

But don't forget to get the shit done.

Oh...

What happened to all the talk that China was going to bust soon?

That is why a lot of rich Chinese are buying up properties outside of China or moving money out of China?

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That is why a lot of rich Chinese are buying up properties outside of China or moving money out of China?

Diversification is always a good idea, not only in preparation for a recession

Format your code Don't use ids or html tags for styling, that's what classes are for Add more styling, write more code. the more you do it, the better youget

  1. Nested ternary operators?!
  2. decimalCheck, operatorCheck aren't good variabled names. Booleans should be named in the isSomething fashion. i.e. isOperator
  3. Why is everything in one component?
  4. Format your code
  5. Why are you using eval? That's bad practice
  6. Don't use ids for styling that's what classes are for
  7. Why are handleSolarMouseOn, handleSolarMouseOff and handleClear executed in arrow functions and now passed directly to the prop?
Original Poster1 point · 4 days ago

Thanks for the feedback! I fixed all the points you mentioned, except for #3. I'm pretty new to React, so I'm not sure why I would divide this small app into different components. When/where/why does one divide an app into separate components?

Here's the link to the code, again: https://codesandbox.io/s/j9m55q6oy

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Check this out - https://dev.to/malcolmkee/split-fat-component-into-smaller-flexible-components-in-react--2j36 (or other similar resources)

You should have a component for the buttons, for the display, for the solar panel thing on the top.

Read up more on React, check out some other React applications (there's loads at FCC's forum)

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Is someone aware of a company that offers services like Nordnet?

Basically you set up a portfolio and regular deposits (from each paycheque) get invested in said portfolio.

I would use Nordnet, but they don't have an English version of their website and i don't want to make investment decisions with information from Google Translate.

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2 points · 4 days ago

I'm trying etfmatic.com. But their costs are quite high (afaik 0.5% from your invested money per year). So slowly retracting and going back to IB / Lynxbroker (CZ rep of IB), because of the fees.

I'd say 1) go with the cheapest that's available, 2) wait for Revolut to come with zero-fee trading (as they promised), called Wealth. I assume their version will be what we all look for.

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Original Poster2 points · 4 days ago

2) wait for Revolut to come with zero-fee trading (as they promised), called Wealth

Looks like that's supposed to happen in 2019. You think i should just save up and not invest until then?

What country do you live in?

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Original Poster1 point · 4 days ago

Denmark

Start by getting a normal office job. In the beginning, you'll benefit A LOT from working with other, more experienced developers. Get a year or two of dev experience under your belt, before working solo.

15 points · 9 days ago

Yes, hallo, could you please stop giving money to our retard government, cause thats how they stay in power? It will also help if Junker and Merkel dont praise our vegetable PM every chance they get, try a bit of criticism every once in a while, cause thats the other thing thats keeping those idiots in parliament.

thank you

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Yes, hallo, could you please stop giving money to our retard government, cause thats how they stay in power?

Isn't the bigger problem that you can buy the elections? They'll find the money somehow, even if the EU drops their support

Yes ... and could you please make sure the remains of the communist party and the muslim party stop trying to take over the power in BG?

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We've been trying to do that for the past 30 years. Spoiler alert - it hasn't worked

23 points · 5 days ago

Leaving the EU does not mean kicking out all EU immigrants. Canada, Australia, and the US have lots of EU immigrants without being in the EU. What it does mean is the UK government will be able to block the entry of EU immigrants that will not make a positive contributions.

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Leaving the EU does not mean kicking out all EU immigrants. Canada, Australia, and the US have lots of EU immigrants without being in the EU.

You're missing the point - EU citizens living in the UK aren't immigrants, they have freedom of movement which allows them to settle anywhere in the Union. After Brexit, what you said will be true though

51 points · 4 days ago

We'll need a few decades of thriving to reach wetern wages. And even in the West, the working poor still don't live amazing lives, they have pretty much the same problems as the Czech working poor mentioned in this article. At least the situation is improving.

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even in the West, the working poor still don't live amazing lives

They do in Scandinavia

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