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Make Tag Selection More Seamless and Less Error-prone on Android App

I finally got this done. Boy that feels good. You can start playing with it as of version 0.1.59 coming out later tonight.Here's what it looks like:

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1. Where is the best place to order seamless paper for backdrops?

You would have to buy a roll of paper like they use in photographers studios, I suppose. Try a photographic suppliers. I do not know of any, sorry

2. How much do seamless gutters cost?

I worked for a termite comp. and I had to replace facia boards with dry-rot that was behind seamless gutters and there is no way to do it without damaging the gutter.If you get reg. gutters you can remove a section with damaging it

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3. what are the differences between piping types? i e : seamless, spirals....etc?

Sam There are 2 piping systems primarily used in the States in the construction field: 1. Seamless and 2. longitudinal weld seam. 1. Seamless piping is produced by forcing bar stock over a mandrel. Seamless is considered a premium pipe. It is used in high pressure applications, some process piping systems and where a truly homogeneous piping system is required (such as high purity/hygienic piping). Seamless is typically the most costly 2. Longitudinal weld seam is fabricated by forging flat stock around a cylinder and welding the seam. The seam is typically electrical resistance welded (hence the common reference to the piping system -- ERW). ERW is typically used for building utilities and some process piping where pressure or purity is not an issue. ERW is less costly relative to seamless as the manufacturing process is simpler. Because of the cost factor ERW is the more commonly available pipe in the US. Both piping systems are recognized in the ASME codes.

4. Seamless wireless AP network through wired routers [closed]

The biggest problem I see is that I do not think you can do captive portal and any form of link-layer encryption (WEP, WPA, WPA2) at the same time. The problem is that link-layer encryption schemes require link-layer authentication before you can use the link, and captive portal authentication is higher-layer authentication that requires a working link. That is, you can not load the captive portal authentication web page unless you've already entered the WPA2-PSK password. Unless you do not mind visitors having to ask you for, and enter, the WPA2-PSK network password, and THEN being forced by the captive portal to do a Facebook checkin.If you do not mind leaving your visitors' traffic unprotected at the link layer, you could probably publish a separate SSID with WPA2-PSK encryption for employees. But this setup would only make security sense if the "employee" network is the one with the PS3's, projector, DVR, etc. on it, and if the "visitor" network is firewalled off and only provides access to the Internet.Do not go WPA-PSK. 802.11n and 802.11ac data rates require WPA2/AES-CCMP. So go with WPA2-PSK. Disable all WPA/TKIP; you want pure WPA2/AES. WPA/TKIP was only ever truly useful for a tiny number of devices from 12 years ago; by the time WPA/TKIP came out c. 2002, WPA2/AES was already on its heels, and there were very few devices that could do WPA/TKIP but never saw an upgrade to be able to do WPA2/AES. Leaving TKIP enabled just complicates things and reveals buggy implementations that screw up when the multicast cipher is different from the unicast cipher.Do not go 2.4GHz-only. Go for simultaneous dual-band and 802.11ac. Maybe a $93 TP-Link Archer C7 v2 (make sure to get v2, the v1's radio wo not be supported for 802. 11ac on OpenWrt). May as well have wireless that can keep pace with your Internet connection. Plus the dual-band gives you much higher capacity.Review your captive portal authentication scheme. From a quick read of your proposed network and the captive portal tools involved, I am afraid your proposed setup will have each router acting as its own captive portal instead of using a centralized captive portal, so your users might keep having to re-Facebook-checkin every time they roam between APs.For channel planning, yes, always set non-overlapping channels. In the 2.4GHz band, that means you have to use 20MHz-wide channels 1, 6, and 11. That limitation of 20MHz channels means that your 2.4GHz AP wo not be able to offer its 450Mbps rate, which only works with 40MHz-wide channels. Instead, it will be limited to 217Mbps (and most of your clients will only be able to do 144 or 72Mbps with it anyway, because most clients do not have 3-stream radios). Make sure you only have one device on your network doing NAT and acting as a DHCP server. Make sure the slave APs are configured to simply bridge traffic between the wired network and the wireless clients. You will probably also need to make sure that the "visitor" SSID is bridged into a separate VLAN that goes straight to the router, to segregate it from your "employee" network with all the wired devices on it, for security reasons.

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