kandi X-RAY | submerge Summary
kandi X-RAY | submerge Summary
Submerge is a tool that aims to merge two subtitles into one ASS displaying both: one at the top of the screen, the other at the bottom. It can also be used to convert SRT to ASS or ASS to SRT, or to change the encoding of a file.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Merge srt input files into one
- Converts a subtitle file
- Change the encoding of the uploaded file
- Convert an uploaded file
- Convert an uploaded file to ASSIGN
- Create a new user
- Create a user
- Parse an uploaded file
- Parses an uploaded file
- Converts a subtitle file into an SRT subtitle
- Trace the histogram
- Create a new persistent login token
- Loads a user by username
- Get user by username
- Creates a new persistent login token
- Merge two srt input files into one
- Change the encoding charset
- Validates the password
- Validate the password field
- Registers the user
- Merge two configurations
- Register the user
- Parse the ASSIGN file
- Load the application configuration file
- Initialize the default locale
- Refresh the current page
- Returns the map of localized offset alignments
- Returns the map of country names for the locale
- Main entry point for testing
- Returns the map of localized alignments
- Change the framerate of a subtitle
submerge Key Features
submerge Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on submerge
I've been trying to 'submerge' a 3D object in a semi-transparent 3D plane of water (without the whole water plane showing), and after having experimented with custom blending modes for hours, I don't really get how to do it.
Fiddle here: https://jsfiddle.net/mglonnro/p2ju4qbk/34/...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-18 at 03:44
Stencil Test is a natural way to achieve that.
- All objects which should have water on top of them write some stencil value.
- Water plane has stencil test set to this value.
three.js has stencil example, but it uses IncrementWrap and DecrementWrap logic which is not needed for your case.
I have a really basic Flickity carousel with some images. My problem is it reamins on the top of the page and I want to center the whole carousel vertically inside my section. My section height is equal to my device's height, so its basically a fullscreen. I tried so many things but I dont know how to solve it. I tried to apply
align-items:center; trick on my section but then it destroys the whole carousel...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-02 at 14:59
section block is aligned properly, while
div.carousel is not.
I've solved the problem, using additional wrapper element -
Also style was changed:
A little help here, I'm stuck. I don't know even how to start. I have this v-for for printing my "contracts". I'm still not to submerged on vuejs workflow so I'm not being able to work around this.
How can I give a diferent background-color to every col div there? But not randomly, I want for them to keep the color even if the page is reloaded, my aproach was using the id of my contract and doing something with that but I don't understand much about vuejs to know how to do it.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-20 at 01:39
If you want custom styles on the different contract types, you can d a
Need to know how to override the getters and setters by extending using prototypal inheritance
Following is an example to understand the issue...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-01 at 22:59
Welcome to stackoverflow ;)
1. Overriding prototype
Usually it is considered bad practices to access prototype using
__proto__. In your case you are re-assigning the whole prototype of B, so it will just replace all prototype.
I've tried to fit in an Isotope gallery in a column with a flexible width.
Unfortunately, it only works if I change the window size of the browser.
Here is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-11 at 23:16
#cats_gallery's visibility is toggled, the available vertical space are recalculated by isotope. This is due to the
masonry layout mode. To solve the issue you're encountering, you should trigger the
layout after visibility has changed.
On your code, you need to change this:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use submerge like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the submerge component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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