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  1. Yes Alhumdullah do you have PS effects?
  2. https://www.pcgamer.com/magic-the-gatherings-newest-set-brings-the-cyber-half-of-cyberpunk/ A familiar threat lurks in the new Magic the Gathering set, Neon Dynasty, but everything else seems like total chaos. Jellyfish cybernetics? Transforming tanuki masks? Anything seems possible as Magic glides on neon rails into the cyberpunk future for the first time. With the set arriving soon—February 10th on Arena and MTGO ahead of the tabletop release February 18th—the previews start today, so I've spent the last few days wearing mirror shades and jacking into Magic's equivalent of cyberspace. Things are already looking pretty weird in this modern version of Kamigawa—I’ve been around since before Magic’s first Ice Age, and I’ve never had to decide whether to plug a jellyfish into my brain or turn it loose on my enemies before now. This set travels to the current day in Kamigawa's history. In the previous three visits—all the way back in 2004/2005 in our boring and dragon-free world—Kamigawa was 1,200 years in the past from the current Magic timeline. Having grown and healed from the events of the original sets, the plane of Kamigawa has seen technological innovation cram its landscape with skyscrapers and neon washed streets. Traditional structures and shrines nestle between the high tech monoliths of glass and steel, and samurai stride the streets We’re on a familiar plane with a well-known threat, but mysteries abound: a missing emperor, Kamigawa’s guardian kami attacked just some 10 years ago, and a decidedly Phyrexian-flavored conversion of people into machines. Kaito Shizuki—a childhood friend of the emperor and a ninja planeswalker—is the protagonist for the main story, which saw the emperor disappear after a man with a metal arm broke into the palace and attacked the guardian kami. Kaito has searched for her for 10 years, and has joined a group called the Futurists who push the boundaries of science forward. The planeswalker Tezzeret is on Kamigawa, collaborating with this group, but secretly he is allied with a Phyrexian praetor who has been experimenting on kami. I’m not sure how many cards we’ll see with it in the set given it seems to be exclusive to planeswalkers, but Compleated is a new type of mana symbol, combining the Phyrexian symbol with the split mana symbol. As a caveat, if you choose to pay the life, the rules reminder text tells us that the card enters with two fewer loyalty counters. It’s an interesting way to balance the power of getting a planeswalker a turn earlier than normal—but this may be more of a setup for the mechanic being used in future sets that interact with Phyrexia than a mechanic we’ll see a lot of in Neon Dynasty. Advertisement The last new keyword for the set is Modifications, which is a shorthand of saying ‘if this creature has an aura, equipment, or counter’. I like this keyword: it’s much better than some of the previous swings at this mechanic that focused on exclusively equipment or one of the others. It will interact better with future cards who may have slightly different themes.
  3. https://www.techspot.com/news/93155-valve-steam-deck-start-shipping-february-28.html Valve’s Steam Deck has a firm launch date. After announcing the handheld last summer with a scheduled ship date of December 2021 then delaying the launch by two months, Valve will now move forward with the order process late next month. Starting February 25, Valve will contact the first batch of reservation holders in the same order reservations were made. Customers will have three days from the receipt of their order e-mail to complete their purchase before their spot goes to the next person in line. Buyers will only be able to order the Steam Deck model they originally reserved. All money put up as part of the reservation deposit will be applied to the final price of the Steam Deck, we’re told. Paid for units will start shipping out on February 28, meaning the first batch likely won’t make it into the hands of their new owners until early March. Valve said it plans to send out new order e-mail batches on a weekly basis. Press samples will also start going out to eligible publications soon. The full review embargo is set to lift on February 25, but don’t be surprised to see some preview coverage and first impressions hit the web before then. Valve is still accepting reservations for the Steam Deck, but expected order availability is listed as “after Q2 2022” meaning a lengthy wait is likely in the cards. Some early adopters will no doubt look to flip their units on eBay and the like, but expect to pay a significant premium to grab one. the Steam Deck, we’re told. Paid for units will start shipping out on February 28, meaning the first batch likely won’t make it into the hands of their new owners until early March. Valve said it plans to send out new order e-mail batches on a weekly basis. Press samples will also start going out to eligible publications soon. The full review embargo is set to lift on February 25, but don’t be surprised to see some preview coverage and first impressions hit the web before then. months, Valve will now move forward with the order process late next month. Starting February 25, Valve will contact the first batch of reservation holders in the same order reservations were made. Customers will have three days from the receipt of their order e-mail to complete their purchase before their spot goes to the next person in line.
  4. https://www.techradar.com/news/new-zoom-feature-could-save-you-from-an-embarrassing-blunder Zoom has unveiled a series of new features for its video conferecing software, one of which could prevent users from making a serious workplace faux pas. As explained in a blog post, Zoom administrators can now configure virtual backgrounds to reset to a chosen default after each meeting. Strangely, the official rationale is that the feature will help avoid situations whereby sensitive data is exposed in a virtual background, which feels like a fringe scenario. More beneficial will be the peace of mind afforded to people who regularly use the virtual background feature for non-work purposes. Since the transition to remote working, the number of Zoom customers has expanded dramatically and the software is now used for all manner of purposes, both professional and personal. Zoom became the go-to platform for quizzes, yoga classes, virtual parties and more during Covid lockdowns. And while many people are returning to in-person events as societies open up, online collaborationg services like Zoom still play a larger role in the private sphere than they ever did before. With this in mind, it’s easy to imagine a scenario in which someone forgets to remove an inappropriate background before the end of a personal video call, leading to an embarrassing situation on a Monday morning. But with the latest Zoom update, this need no longer be a concern. The option to automatically reset virtual backgrounds is just one of a number of changes bundled with the latest Zoom update. The company has also rolled out a feature that allows meeting hosts to add a video to the virtual waiting room, which will play while participants wait to be allowed into the call, and admins can also now enable and disable the watermark feature in the middle of a meeting. Lastly, Zoom has doubled down on its feature set for international collaboration. The language used in the Zoom client will now be dictated by the language applied in the user’s browser, and meeting hosts can now enable the language interpretation feature by default when scheduling a meeting.
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