I'm making some basic execute commands just to try and get used to how commands are now being formatted, but I'm stuck on why something I wrote isn't working.
I'm wondering why
/execute if entity @p facing entity @e[tag=move] eyes run say hi makes
say hi run regardless of where I am looking. Am I thinking in a too "English sentence" sort of way, or am I just forgetting a key concept /execute had in 1.12 and below?
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Edit: I don't know if this subreddit would be a good place to ask this, or if I should ask it in a networking subreddit. Please let me know.
We got a new router yesterday, and I have noticed some new things pop up.
For one, and something I noticed within minutes of using the internet, was that Googling "ip" no longer shows the IPv4, but the IPv6 address (one of them, at least...).
I also noticed that there are multiple IPv6 entries in Command Prompt when typing ipconfig, as well as a temporary IPv6 address, and a Link-local IPv6 address, all of which were not there after getting this new router.
Is any of this worth worrying about? Our old router was around 4 or 5 years old, so I don't know if what ipconfig was showing before was just what it showed when you have an outdated router.
I also saw that under the Connection-specific DNS Suffix line of ipconfig, it shows nycap.rr.com. Is this normal? I don't remember seeing it on the old router.
The internet works and everything, but I just noticed these things and I don't know if anything requires fixing (specifically if it's possible to have the IPv4 address show when Googling "ip"... I don't see why that would change)
I am trying to render a video with a rotation, but the rendering crashes immediately.
I am using Windows 10 and the latest version of Kdenlive.
[swscaler @ 000000000e0a7ec0] Warning: data is not aligned! This can lead to a speed loss[mp4 @ 0000000003693600] Using AVStream.codec to pass codec parameters to muxers is deprecated, use AVStream.codecpar instead. [mp4 @ 0000000003693600] Using AVStream.codec to pass codec parameters to muxers is deprecated, use AVStream.codecpar instead. Current Frame: 2, percentage: 0
I tried using webm, as well as a few other profiles to render the video, but each give this message. I would really prefer to not have to learn a different video editor to do something as simple as rotate the video.