Expanding on the concepts of the main game, in Portal Reloaded you get a hold of the Triple Portal Device, allowing you to shoot three different portals. The familiar blue and orange portals, connecting two different places in space, and a third, green time portal, which connects two different timelines. Travelling between the present and a version of reality 20 years in the future, opens up a completely new way of puzzle solving.
Thinking in four dimensions is key to mastering 25 challenging puzzles laid out for you. This mod is targeted at portal veterans, who are familiar with the gameplay of the main series and want to expand their horizons.
Portal Reloaded is a free, community made modification for Portal 2. The mod builds on the concepts of the main game by allowing you to place a third portal, which enables traveling between two different timelines. Thinking in four dimensions is vital to solving 25 brand new mind-bending puzzles.
Portal Reloaded is a 2021 free fan modification for Portal 2 created by German developer Jannis Brinkmann. As in the official Portal games, gameplay involves solving puzzles by manipulating portals which allow the player to move through space. Additionally, the mod allows players to shoot a third "time portal", allowing traversal across two versions of the puzzle chamber in different time periods. Initially envisioned as a smaller project, the game was released as a full-scale mod on April 19, 2021, receiving positive reception by multiple gaming outlets.
As with the official games in the Portal franchise, Portal Reloaded takes place in the Aperture Science facility, where the player character solves a variety of puzzles in test chambers. Players are equipped with a "portal gun", allowing them to create holes that connect disparate areas in three-dimensional space. Unique to the mod is a third "time portal", allowing the player to traverse between the same point in two alternate versions of the test chamber, located respectively in the past and the future. The game also involves solving puzzles with other testing elements introduced in the official series, such as buttons, cubes, lasers, and light bridges.
At the end of the game, the main character is sent back to a stasis chamber. The player can either obey this order, or escape through a time portal to the future. If the player does the former, the test subject successfully returns to stasis, with the AI commenting that they will now "change the course of history", possibly causing the events of Portal to never happen. Otherwise, the player escapes via an elevator, and their portal gun is deactivated. Once reaching the surface, they encounter headcrab zombies at the exit (referencing Half-Life).
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Issue Description:In version 8.0.0, modal dialogs and modal-based wizards have the following transition issues.While modal-based wizards are in transition, for example, loading the next page, the modal footer buttons style remains the same as the general button styling concerning color and layout. This implies that the user can interact with the modal footer buttons while the rest of the content in the modal is blurred by the progress spinner background or the loading mask. If a user clicks on any of the footer buttons during this transition time, they no longer display.The button transition issue can also be seen in a single modal scenario. The buttons disappear after a click but the screen itself is still displayed; the buttons become opaque and stay until the dialog closes.There is no difference in principle between the single modal and the wizard, the same is happening in both transitions. The only difference is that in the case of wizards, the modal stays with the new content, and in the case of the single modal, the action usually returns to the content pane which is optionally reloaded.User Interface Impact: NoSteps to Reproduce:Scenario 1:
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Use this API call to update a Klarna Payments session with new details, in case something in the order has changed and the checkout has been reloaded. Including if the consumer adds a new item to the cart or if consumer details are updated.Read more on Update an existing payment session.
Captive portal failed in bridge forwarding mode APs running ArubaOS 18.104.22.168 or later versions. This issue occurred due to an empty AP netdestination list. The fix ensures that captive portal works in bridge forwarding mode APs.
Clients stayed in the post auth role in the bridged captive portal even after a session timeout. This issue occurred when the clients were authenticated or deauthenticated before timeout. The fix ensures that the clients are not stuck in the post auth role. This issue was observed in managed devices running ArubaOS 22.214.171.124 or later versions.
Captive portal failed to send mails to guest accounts. This issue occurred when the SMTP server failed to validate the host. The fix ensures that the captive portal works as expected. This issue was observed in stand-alone controllers running ArubaOS 126.96.36.199 or later versions.
Users were unable to perform captive portal authentication when login URL of the captive portal profile pointed to ClearPass Policy Manager. The fix ensures that the captive portal authenticates the users. This issue was observed in managed devices running ArubaOS188.8.131.52 or later versions.
Our device is showing security vulnerabilities for running TLS1.0 but I have already run the command and reloaded, and while this resolved the problem on one of my controllers, it is not on another. They are all running the same version.
The steps to customize your domain for an integrated portal have been updated to describe how to use a Google load balancer for your incoming client requests. For more information, see Customizing your domain.
An issue was fixed that was causing duplicate APIs that referenced the same API product to be listed on the APIs page. Attempting to edit these APIs or view them in the integrated portal would throw errors.
Clicking Download spec when viewing API documentation on the live portal now delivers, for YAML specs, an exact copy of the original spec (previously it was translated to JSON and back to YAML). Note that this only applies to specs downloaded after this release.
Going forward, portals with a custom domain will no longer send the portalDefaultDomain cookie to consumers' browsers. For existing portals that already have a custom domain enabled, disable and re-enable the custom domain for this change to take effect.Note: Users may continue seeing the cookie if it is cached in their browser. 165795684 Viewing spec in live portal issues multiple GET requestsAn issue has been fixed that would sometimes cause more than one GETT call to be issued to the spec endpoint when viewing a spec.
The HttpOnly and Secureflags are set to true for the portalRefresh and portalSession cookies. In addition, the Secure flag is set to true for the X-Apigee-CSRF flag. (To ensure proper function, the HttpOnly flag is set to false, in this case.)
Previously, you could publish a header or footer menu that contained a nested item without a parent, but it would prevent the portal from rendering. Now an error is thrown if you attempt to publish a menu with a nested item that does not have a parent.
As API catalogs grow, it can make it harder for developers to find the APIs they need.Categories are used to tag APIs to enable developers to discover related APIs on the APIs page of the live portal, For more information,see Managing categories used to discover related APIs (beta).
Specifies whether ChromeOS can bypass a configured proxy server for captive portal authentication. For example, captive portal pages such as landing or sign-in pages where users are prompted to accept terms or sign in before Chrome detects a successful internet connection.
On compaction: unlike the older message formats, magic v2 and above preserves the first and last offset/sequence numbers from the original batch when the log is cleaned. This is required in order to be able to restore the producer's state when the log is reloaded. If we did not retain the last sequence number, for example, then after a partition leader failure, the producer might see an OutOfSequence error. The base sequence number must be preserved for duplicate checking (the broker checks incoming Produce requests for duplicates by verifying that the first and last sequence numbers of the incoming batch match the last from that producer). As a result, it is possible to have empty batches in the log when all the records in the batch are cleaned but batch is still retained in order to preserve a producer's last sequence number. One oddity here is that the baseTimestamp field is not preserved during compaction, so it will change if the first record in the batch is compacted away. 781b155fdc