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Microcredito internazionale. Ogni tanto do qualcosa, mi ricorda quanto sono fortunato.
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This was very useful. I used it to build a custom IT layout keyboard, removing the CTRL+ALT+5 combination (usually it types € symbol). THat was VERY annoying, mostly in #googledocs  , 'cause that is the combination to apply the 5th style to the text. FINALLY I SOLVED THAT ANNOYANCE!!!
If you are interested in customizing your own keyboard layouts or start the layouts from scratch for any kinds of reasons like set the keyboard to a language Microsoft systems
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Simply fantastic.
The traditional gargoyle is a horrendous creature who leers out of medieval church walls. But people have continued making gargoyles right up into the modern day, bringing science fictional flourishes to these fantasy creations.
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Thank you David. Never thought I had the chance to watching you singing a retro-song for a 80s retro-movie soundtrack, in a hi-res kitsch video.
Now I know one day I'll die happy... Going into, going into. ACTION!
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This is perfect for a BitD session!
 
As fantasy adventure tropes go, the docks district setting is almost as omnipresent as the dungeon. Looking for a man about a key? He's in the docks district. Need to make a deal with a secret organization? You'll find your contact in the docks district.

This ambience, Docks District should get lots of use in fantasy, and historical settings. There's no magic in the air, just gulls, wind and rigging.
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Yup. using that!
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Ok. I read the Quickstart. I liked lot of things (also, layout and graphics). However I feel it like it isn't a full role play game, more like a tabletop tactic game without a map. Detailed procedural rules, highlights of missions and downtime. However, this can be viewed as a weakness: the main thing I disliked was the special abilities of the different playbooks. Very bland. Almost all of them are bonuses related to the procedures. I didn't feel that wonder, that excitement I felt when I read Apocalypse World and Dungeon World for the first time. There, I said: these "talents" are freaking cool. I WANT to play this playbook.
In Blades, I see them like pawns of a tabletop game. Almost all the same, just minor differences for differentiate a little the "red player" from the "blue player" from the "yellow player" and so on. 
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Cool. I look forward to how long-term projects are going to be expanded upon in the full text.
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Finally watched FURY ROAD! Really enjoyed. I think you already said all that can be said, so I add just a thing: Great work with the vehicles! Each one is full with scene ideas for a cool action roleplay game :D
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... And... I'm in! :D
penny lantern is raising funds for Perilous Journeys on Kickstarter! An overland adventure rules supplement for Dungeon World.
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Yeah, that was one of the main pictures that inspired me to make a folder of inspiration pics.  :)
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Hi Irina. I'm trying DOC EXPLORER, and I hope you'll add soon the feature to choose which Title / Intestations put in the list.
Let's say I have those:
TITLE

INTESTATION1
intestation5
Text text text Text text text Text text text
Text text text Text text text.
intestation5

INTESTATION1
intestation5
Text text text Text text text Text text text
Text text text Text text text.
intestation5

etc etc.
I'd like to see only TITLE and INTESTATION1 in DocExplorer, while actually I'm also seing the various intestation5 that I don't need.
So, the ability to choose, or at least the ability to take a range (intestations from 2 to 4, for example).
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Well, at least I'll hope for another upgrade, 'cause I think it's quite easy to implement:
a button to immediately collapse all the "tree structure", and eventually another one to expand it again. So we can quickly collapse everything, and open just what we need.
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Cibo buono, ingredienti ottimi. La signora è molto simpatica. C'è davvero poco posto a sedere, solo un piccolo bancone da bar. Non hanno bibite, ma offrono acqua.
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l'importante è che la signora sia molto simpatica. mi lusinga .... una visita ?  ok. miki. ciao andrea .
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This is perfect for a BitD session!
 
As fantasy adventure tropes go, the docks district setting is almost as omnipresent as the dungeon. Looking for a man about a key? He's in the docks district. Need to make a deal with a secret organization? You'll find your contact in the docks district.

This ambience, Docks District should get lots of use in fantasy, and historical settings. There's no magic in the air, just gulls, wind and rigging.
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Un "Bravo" allo chef Matteo. Il locale è piacevole, e ovviamente si mangia bene, se si è disposti a spendere qualcosa di più rispetto al solito ristorante. Il menu varia stagionalmente, e molti piatti includono ingredenti particolari abbinati alle ricette della tradizione. Una cena completa, dall'antipasto al secondo, con un calice di vino, dolce (da provare la torta con gelato al timo!), e inclusi vari assaggi che la cucina vi proporrà durante tutta la vostra permanenza, vi costerà fra i 50 e i 70€, a seconda della scelta dei piatti. Nelle foto che allego vedete un paio di antipasti e un secondo (maialino croccante con schiacciata di patate e verdure).
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Per essere un ristorante giapponese gestito da cinesi, devo dire che ci siamo sempre trovati bene. L'atmosfera è tranquilla e cordiale, loro sono gentili, il locale è pulito, ed il prezzo in linea con altri ristoranti simili. Consigliato.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Ci hanno costruito dei mobili artigianali di buona fattura, e su nostre indicazioni. Buon rapporto qualità prezzo. Molto disponibili a vagliare varie possibilità.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Ottima pasta, ottimi ingredienti, prezzo forse un pelo esagerato.
Public - 9 months ago
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Cibo buono, ingredienti ottimi. La signora è molto simpatica. C'è davvero poco posto a sedere, solo un piccolo bancone da bar. Non hanno bevande, ma offrono acqua. Naturalmente, il locale è nato per ordinare parecchie pietanze e portarle a casa, inscatolano tutto in comode vaschette per il TakeAway. Attenti che chiudono presto (in orario invernale alle 20:00), non considerateli come un locale serale! They speak English. 
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Buono, se volete provare una cucina differente. Personale simpatico e prezzo non esagerato, con 20 - 30 euro a testa ci si riempie. Può venire a noia come ripetitività dei piatti: a me il loro pane schiumoso dopo un po' stanca, inoltre non hanno dolci degni di nota.
Public - 7 months ago
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Siamo stati a cena prima di Pasqua. Locale molto accogliente, menu interessanti con proposte di mare o di terra (anche menu degustazione), i piatti sono curati sia come qualità degli ingredienti, sia come presentazione. Il menù è stagionale, ho trovato molte proposte dedicate al periodo attuale. Infine Nicola, maestro di sala, ci ha seguito durante tutta la cena, e non ha mancato di spezzare l'attesa dei primi piatti con uno stuzzichino offerto dalla cucina. Abbiamo speso 90€ in due, per una cena che non ci ha lasciati certo affamati, e completa dall'antipasto al dolce, con un paio di calici di vino. Assolutamente consigliato.
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