KiVi Organics is a natural, organic, and safe way to have healthy, glowing, and beautiful skin. Our products are vitamins for the skin, nutrition for the body. Complimentary shipping on all orders over $49. The latest forecast for Boise, ID from the 6 On Your Side Weather team Cheap flights, trains, hotels, and car hire with 24/7 customer support & the Guarantee. Discover a new way of traveling with our interactive map, airport, and destination guides in your pocket. KIVI Staff 10:24 PM, Sep 19, 2020 . News. Badger Fire doubles overnight due to high winds. Kelsie Rose 5:11 PM, Sep 19, 2020 . News. RV park creates spaces to help people displaced by wildfires ... Kivi Com d.o.o., Kidričeva 3a, 2380 Slovenj Gradec. PE Ljubljana, Jarška cesta 10b, 1000 Ljubljana. Phone: (+386) 02 88 39 400. E-mail: [email protected] Curtis “Curt” Kivi, 56, of Coon Rapids, died unexpectedly at his home in Coon Rapids on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020. He was born April 25, 1964 in Aurora, Minn., to Vaino and Elsie (Bartness) Kivi. He grew up in Hoyt Lakes and graduated from Aurora-Hoyt Lakes Class of 1982. Kivi Media is a privately owned company (we operate in the UK as an LTD company and in Israel as a Licensed Business). So we don’t have to share the numbers. But we prefer to share as we see our customers as our board of directors. We make approximately 80K USD a year from each school that has reached maturity.

/r/Suomi — suomalainen vaihtoehto

2008.08.27 19:15 /r/Suomi — suomalainen vaihtoehto

The Finnish subreddit for natives and proficient users of the language.

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2020.09.26 00:44 SeaIndependent2101 Recycle View distorts custom widget

Scrollview vs RecycleView
I have created a custom widget/card and I want to display list of cards using recycle view. The problem is when scrolling through RV, the widget distorts, the size of the widget is inconsistent and they overlap.
.Adding cards to Scrollview+Grid works perfectly, but Widget management will be cumbersome
I want to use RV because I will be pulling a lot of data from database and RV is more efficient that Scrollview+Grid.
Please Help!!
you can find the code here

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2020.09.25 21:28 coding_hedgehog Kivy & OpenCV ?

Is there a resource I could study on how to implement face detection using OpenCV & Kivy ?
I tried YouTube, PDF search engines, keyword search engines and I've found plenty resources on Kivy and plenty resources on OpenCV but nothing that would take me "from zero to hero" on both together.
Any ideas ?
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2020.09.25 17:07 henchaa KivyMD Toolbar

Hi guys! I'm not really experienced at programming, and I'm making my first app using Kivy and KivyMD. Unfortunately, I ran into a problem... I'm using a MDToolbar with a Navigation drawer as ui to switch between screens (I have 4 in total), and I'd like to make a home screen to my app, but I don't want the toolbar there, and I can't figure out how to remove it. What I'm asking is, is there a way of having the toolbar only on the screens you want?
This is how I have my kv file (without the contents), I hope you can understand it.
Screen: MDToolbar: NavigationLayout: WindowManager: HomeWindow: <-- this is the home screen, don't know if this has to be here FirstWindow: SecondWindow: ThirdWindow: FourthWindow: MDNavigationDrawer: ScrollView: MDList: 
The classes in the py file are inheriting from Screen. As I said in the beginning, I'm quite new to this, and would appreciate any tips! Also, English is not my first language, so there might be mistakes.
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2020.09.25 10:53 Hailwel What is the best way to go for a team of 2 for publishing a mobile application.

Would the best way be a tool like Kivy, React Native or Flutter or would it be one person learning Java and the other learning Swift and why?
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2020.09.25 04:07 zacharrison510 I don't know what to do. HELP

I'm trying to create a virtual environment for kivy. I followed the steps to get where I am but now I'm stuck.
This is my cmd prompt screen:
C:\WINDOWS\system32>python -m virtualenv kivy_venv
PermissionError: [WinError 5] Access is denied: 'C:\\Windows\\SysWOW64\\kivy_venv'

Also, I don't know why it says "system32" instead of my name.
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2020.09.24 23:21 Abomb0125 Just a reminder of a few things

I just wanted to remind you all of how we got here. We looked like absolute shit in the play in and we were 14 seconds away from being down 3-1 in the Calgary series. But we came back and won. We were down 3-0 in the first and doubled the score in the rest of the game. We sucked a whole lotta ass in some parts of the Colorado series but Joel Fucking Kiviranta happened. Against a solid Vegas team we kicked their ass. And now against tampa we are down 2-1. In nearly every series the majority of people said we were gonna lose. But we didn’t. Call me a braindead optimist but we are still Destiny’s fucking team. The work the boys put into this cup run shows it. I think dobby and kivi put it best. We are not going home.
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2020.09.24 21:47 dramadogg Kivy for Manjaro(Arch) Linux

I use Manjaro(XFCE) and I'm trying to install Kivy. Having never learned or use it, I just can't get to install it properly on my system. Every time I try following the instructions shown in , sudo python3 -m pip install kivy always return this huge error, getting me nowhere(Screenshot:! I tried looking for help on installing it on an Arch-based system, but I could'nt find it.
If there is any beginner-friendly tutorial/article on installing it properly on an Arch Based system, It'd be great if you could help me out by sharing it here :)
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2020.09.24 21:23 MrZipZap Error while using buildozer to deploy a kivy app to android phone

I am following this tutorial:
I got to the very last step, which is actually inputting the deploy command, and then after looking like it's going to work for a while, it gave me this error:
ERROR: 'Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement Cython (from versions: none)'
ERROR: No matching distribution found for Cython
WARNING: pip is configured with locations that require TLS/SSL, however the ssl module in python is not available.
Not sure what the problem here is, I did use the terminal to install Cython (as per the tutorial I linked)
Edit: While retrying, I realized I ignored a warning which seems important now: WARNING: The scripts cygdb, cython and cythonize are installed in '/home/biant/.local/bin', which is not on PATH. Consider adding this directory to PATH or, if you prefer to suppress this warning, use --no-warn-script-location.
So I think if I add that directory to PATH, the problem might be resolved? But I have no idea how to do that, especially on Ubuntu which I'm using for the first time. Any help would be appreciated.
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2020.09.24 21:20 MrZipZap Error while using buildozer to deploy a kivy app to android phone

I am following this tutorial:
I got to the very last step, which is actually inputting the deploy command, and then after looking like it's going to work for a while, it gave me this error:
ERROR: 'Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement Cython (from versions: none)'
ERROR: No matching distribution found for Cython
WARNING: pip is configured with locations that require TLS/SSL, however the ssl module in python is not available.
Not sure what the problem here is, I did use the terminal to install Cython (as per the tutorial I linked)
Edit: While retrying, I realized I ignored a warning which seems important now: WARNING: The scripts cygdb, cython and cythonize are installed in '/home/biant/.local/bin', which is not on PATH. Consider adding this directory to PATH or, if you prefer to suppress this warning, use --no-warn-script-location.
So I think if I add that directory to PATH, the problem might be resolved? But I have no idea how to do that, especially on Ubuntu which I'm using for the first time. Any help would be appreciated.
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2020.09.24 09:11 akashpanda1222 Face_recognition using teachable machine and kivy python

I just created a face recognition program using google - teachable machine (or tensorflow) and cv2. But I want to create an app of it in kivy python.
I just tried to implemented this below code in kivy enviornment, but got too many errors. Being new to kivy python, can you please help me to tackle this code....
Please, can you make this program in kivy environment.. It will help me a lot....
please can any one of you help me in making it an app in kivy...?????
import multiprocessing import numpy as np import cv2 import tensorflow.keras as tf import pyttsx3 import math # use matplotlib if cv2.imshow() doesn't work # import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
# this process is purely for text-to-speech so it doesn't hang processor def speak(speakQ, ): # initialize text-to-speech object engine = pyttsx3.init() # can adjust volume if you'd like volume = engine.getProperty('volume') engine.setProperty('volume', volume) # add number here # initialize last_msg to be empty last_msg = "" # keeps program running forever until ctrl+c or window is closed while True: msg = speakQ.get() # clear out msg queue to get most recent msg while not speakQ.empty(): msg = speakQ.get() # if most recent msg is different from previous msg # and if it's not "Background" if msg != last_msg and msg != "Background": last_msg = msg # text-to-speech say class name from labels.txt engine.say(msg) engine.runAndWait() if msg == "Background": last_msg = ""
# main line code # if statement to circumvent issue in windows if __name__ == '__main__': # read .txt file to get labels labels_path = "labels.txt" # open input file label.txt labelsfile = open(labels_path, 'r') # initialize classes and read in lines until there are no more classes = [] line = labelsfile.readline() while line: # retrieve just class name and append to classes classes.append(line.split(' ', 1)[1].rstrip()) line = labelsfile.readline() # close label file labelsfile.close() # load the teachable machine model model_path = 'keras_model.h5' model = tf.models.load_model(model_path, compile=False) # initialize webcam video object cap = cv2.VideoCapture(0) # width & height of webcam video in pixels -> adjust to your size # adjust values if you see black bars on the sides of capture window frameWidth = 1280 frameHeight = 720 # set width and height in pixels cap.set(cv2.CAP_PROP_FRAME_WIDTH, frameWidth) cap.set(cv2.CAP_PROP_FRAME_HEIGHT, frameHeight) # enable auto gain cap.set(cv2.CAP_PROP_GAIN, 0) # creating a queue to share data to speech process speakQ = multiprocessing.Queue() # creating speech process to not hang processor p1 = multiprocessing.Process(target=speak, args=(speakQ, ), daemon="True") # starting process 1 - speech p1.start() # keeps program running forever until ctrl+c or window is closed while True: # disable scientific notation for clarity np.set_printoptions(suppress=True) # Create the array of the right shape to feed into the keras model. # We are inputting 1x 224x224 pixel RGB image. data = np.ndarray(shape=(1, 224, 224, 3), dtype=np.float32) # capture image check, frame = # mirror image - mirrored by default in Teachable Machine # depending upon your computewebcam, you may have to flip the video # frame = cv2.flip(frame, 1) # crop to square for use with TM model margin = int(((frameWidth-frameHeight)/2)) square_frame = frame[0:frameHeight, margin:margin + frameHeight] # resize to 224x224 for use with TM model resized_img = cv2.resize(square_frame, (224, 224)) # convert image color to go to model model_img = cv2.cvtColor(resized_img, cv2.COLOR_BGR2RGB) # turn the image into a numpy array image_array = np.asarray(model_img) # normalize the image normalized_image_array = (image_array.astype(np.float32) / 127.0) - 1 # load the image into the array data[0] = normalized_image_array # run the prediction predictions = model.predict(data) # confidence threshold is 90%. conf_threshold = 90 confidence = [] conf_label = "" threshold_class = "" # create blach border at bottom for labels per_line = 2 # number of classes per line of text bordered_frame = cv2.copyMakeBorder( square_frame, top=0, bottom=30 + 15*math.ceil(len(classes)/per_line), left=0, right=0, borderType=cv2.BORDER_CONSTANT, value=[0, 0, 0] ) # for each one of the classes for i in range(0, len(classes)): # scale prediction confidence to % and apppend to 1-D list confidence.append(int(predictions[0][i]*100)) # put text per line based on number of classes per line if (i != 0 and not i % per_line): cv2.putText( img=bordered_frame, text=conf_label, org=(int(0), int(frameHeight+25+15*math.ceil(i/per_line))), fontFace=cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX, fontScale=0.5, color=(255, 255, 255) ) conf_label = "" # append classes and confidences to text for label conf_label += classes[i] + ": " + str(confidence[i]) + "%; " # prints last line if (i == (len(classes)-1)): cv2.putText( img=bordered_frame, text=conf_label, org=(int(0), int(frameHeight+25+15*math.ceil((i+1)/per_line))), fontFace=cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX, fontScale=0.5, color=(255, 255, 255) ) conf_label = "" # if above confidence threshold, send to queue if confidence[i] > conf_threshold: speakQ.put(classes[i]) threshold_class = classes[i] # add label class above confidence threshold cv2.putText( img=bordered_frame, text=threshold_class, org=(int(0), int(frameHeight+20)), fontFace=cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX, fontScale=0.75, color=(255, 255, 255) ) # original video feed implementation cv2.imshow("Capturing", bordered_frame) cv2.waitKey(10) # # if the above implementation doesn't work properly # # comment out two lines above and use the lines below # # will also need to import matplotlib at the top # plt_frame = cv2.cvtColor(bordered_frame, cv2.COLOR_BGR2RGB) # plt.imshow(plt_frame) # plt.draw() # plt.pause(.001) # terminate process 1 p1.terminate()
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2020.09.23 20:44 Horo_ru Bad performance at 4k video playback.

Hi, everyone! I'm trying to create simple android video player with kivy (i need to run 1 4k video with loop and no control), but when i try to run it at my pc,the performance is very bad (lags, frameskips). Can i improve the performance and especially at android device?
When i run this video in VLC or windows media player there are no problem.
Sorry for my English, and thank you in advance.
import kivy from import App from import Video
class MyApp(App): def build(self): video = Video(source='video\sample2.mkv') video.state='play' video.options = {'eos': 'loop'} video.allow_stretch=True video.position = 10 return video
if name == 'main': MyApp().run()
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2020.09.23 19:19 MrZipZap How do I need to change my project before I deploy it to mobile?

I've never deployed an app before, I just got done with a kivy project that I would like to have on my phone, and the tutorial I'll be following is this one:
But I don't know if the program itself will work on android just because it works on my PC? I'm assuming buttons will work fine with touch just like they do with clicks now, so I don't think I need to change that, but if I have TextInput widgets, will the phone's keyboard show up automatically when I want to type things to them, or do I need to add that functionality in?
Here's the project I'm trying to deploy (it helps to automatically do some mathematical calculations for points in a line, I don't explain that in the app since it's mainly for personal use.)
Python File:
Kv file:
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2020.09.23 17:55 MrZipZap Is there any way to make kivy TextInputs display grey text before being clicked?

I think we've all seen this, where a TextInput that requires your username says 'Username: ' but in grey, then when you click it, it starts showing what you typed. I don't know if there's a method specifically for this, but even if there isn't, I think it would be easy to do this if there was a method like when_clicked which detects when that TextInput is clicked.
Thanks in advance!
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2020.09.23 16:06 figTreeProductions Minesweeper, in a Single Text Widget

Minesweeper, in a Single Text Widget
As a child, I could never wrap my head around the minesweeper game. A revisit several years ago dragged me right into it, and I played every break I needed while learning how to program a computer. This minesweeper game is written as a demonstration program for my RefLabel kivy widget, meaning it is implemented using one singular text label widget, using python.
Video explaining the build:
Minesweeper Source Files:


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2020.09.23 12:34 BrookieYT Does Kivy support "RPi.GPIO" and "spidev" libraries?

I am basically trying to make a Speedometer GUI on my Raspberry pi. The code is ready in Python, it just needs some designing. I was able to use RPi.GPIO and spidev in Thonny IDE. So I was wondering if Kivy also supported these libraries. Also if you guys have any other alternative suggestions, please feel free to leave them.
Note: I searched around the internet to see if it were possible, but I didn't get a solid answer. Also I can't check it on my Pi, at this moment, as it is not with me and I am currently self quarantining.
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2020.09.23 10:06 Safe_Chair_53963 Develop 5 apps with python , kivy and kivymd


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2020.09.22 23:10 coding_hedgehog Feedback on debugging skills

I'm reaching out to you, Python community, to ask for an advice / feedback. I've identified during my work on a project that I lack good debugging skills when working with code I'm not fully familiar with. I've been involved with web development for quite a while so my debugging skills are geared towards bugs that I can encounter while working on websites.
I gave myself a challenge and I'm now developing a smartphone app (think Kivy & Buildozer)
I got stuck when I need to debug a piece of code that manipulates image. Specifically converts image into bytes, encodes it, decodes into UTF-8 and parses the data into src attribute of an img tag like so:

import flask, base64, webbrowser, PIL.Image

file_to_upload = flask.request.files['media'].read()
image = PIL.Image.frombytes(mode='RGBA', size=(cam_width, cam_height), data=file_to_upload)
image = image.rotate(-90)
print('File uploaded successfully.')
im_base64 = base64.b64encode(image.tobytes())
html = 'Displaying Uploaded Image

Displaying Uploaded Image


html_url = '/home/mark/Desktop/FlaskUpload/test.html'
f = open(html_url, 'w')
if html_opened is False:
html_opened = True

The problem I'm having is two fold. Firstly, the h1 heading is being rendered just fine but theimage isn't being rendered back from the byte stream. The code should be correct as I'm studying and following a good book. Given the fact that I'm not getting any error outputs from terminal. Secondly, I don't want to be overusing StackOverflow. I much prefer to improve my debugging skills so I can solve my own problems.
How would you go about solving this ? I really want to learn and get smarter.
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2020.09.22 21:48 Nomix15 Seven brothers is an amazing book

Seven brothers is a book written by Alexis Kivi and published in 1870 and it’s considered to be the father of Finnish literature as previous novels were mainly written in Swedish. The books follows the adventures of seven poor and uneducated brothers who reject their responsibilities in society and start leaving in the woods. In the middle of nowhere they will encounter close to death experiences that will change them for the better,they will eventually marry and rejoin society. Une of the strong points of the book is the quality of it’s dialogues,the brothers have strong personalities and seeing them clash is amazing,the way they speak is natural, in fact the use of low level language an cursing made the book to vulgar for the standards of the time. The book also manages to create daunting moments through the description of natural landscapes,hunts,wounds and death. One of the best passages of the book describes the killing of 33 bulls Is an absolutely terrific book , I highly recommend it
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2020.09.22 21:28 gentleman_bronco Dallas Stars Scouting Report (From a Stars Fan)

Ahoy Bolts fans! Stars fan here with the obligatory "coming in peace"! For real though, a really dope Bolts fan made a fantastic post on the Stars sub like this and I would like to return the favor because life is too rough right now to keep adding negativity to our lives.
First off: Congrats on making it to the Stanley Cup!!
As mentioned, u/emotoaster (bro) made a cool post breaking down Tampa's roster on something of a scouting report because like most fan bases, you don't know as much as you probably should about your opposing team and what better way than to get it from an opposing fan!? I really apprecaited the post and he did a great job (and I'll try to keep with the same format that they used over on the other side). I am going to try to return the favor here but I admittedly am not a pro-fan and I don't know all the details that some other super-fans will know but I'm going to do my best to be a self-appointed ambassador for the green dudes y'all are playing against.
Overall System/Style of Play
We are a defensive club in and out. Yes, there are some dudes who have histories of great goal scoring and high point seasons but pushing the pace on offense leaves for an open defense. Our system is to shut down from the back end and push the opportunities forward. No need to score a bunch if 1 will do the trick.
We can have a very solid neutral zone trap when facing teams that rely on a north-south approach. It was very effective in game 1 of our series and against Vegas as well.
At our best, we will trap the neutral zone and then jump forward with a clean entry with some tick-tack-toe passing or crash the net. At our worst, we can't get the puck out of our defensive zone cleanly. Most of the time, we will have a mixture of both depending on the line combination and matchups and will revert to a chip & chase method which leads to some decent forechecking pressure in the corners. We have a few guys who do this really well and a couple that are still getting there. Like you, we got here because of our depth and un-sung heroes.
Head Coach
Rick "Bones" Bowness: Well, technically not even the head coach. He is the interim HC. He started the year working under the system of Jim Montgomery who was dismissed on 10 December 2019 for "unprofessional conduct". Since then Bowness was activated as the interim Head Coach. A legacy of sorts with a coaching career that goes back to 1982 where he was a player-coach with the Sherbrooke Jets of the AHL. Since then he's been up & down, in & out, all around the game of hockey in one capacity or another. A career assistant coach who enjoys development and working with individual players mostly, which has probably contributed to his checkered career as a head coach. Nevertheless, he put on the suit & tie in Dallas to become the oldest coach in the NHL after Monty's departure and it's been a rollercoaster. Some say that Bones doesn't want to stay on as HC next year, and others seem to think that he needs to. But that is for Bones & Jim Nill (Dallas GM) to figure out. Personally, I think he will want to go back to assistant and keep working on player's individual development. But that is just my homer opinion. "Losing sucks but losing to such a great person in Rick makes it a little bit easier." Nathan MacKinnon. Apparently Mac & Bones live on the same lake back in Nova Scotia. Other teams that he has been part of in the NHL as HC: Winnipeg, Boston, Ottawa, New York Islanders, & Phoenix. As Assistant: Vancouver & Tampa Bay (2013-2018).
General Stats:
Again, we are a defensive based team and this reflects in the statistics. Before the shutdown, 37-24-8 Record. We had a whopping 178 Goals For this past year (3rd lowest in the league) with a mere 174 Goals Against (Second lowest in the league behind Boston). This equates to a game average of 2.58 - 2.52 per game. It isn't good for your blood pressure to be a Stars fan. In case you didn't know...y'all are at a league high of 3.47-2.77. As far as Special Teams are concerned, we finished the abbreviated season with a (somewhat) rock hard PP of 21.1% conversion rate and a rather ugly PK of 79.7%, which I think you thoroughly enjoyed last night. For faceoffs, we've got a slight statistical superiority on the dot, finishing the season at 51.8% against your 50.5%.
Offense Lines:
(With Monty as HC, there was always fluctuations in lines. He would perpetually throw out different combinations and different looks, so this is the "traditional layout" if you were ask a casual Stars fan on a "usual game")
1st Line - Alexander Radulov - Tyler Seguin Point - Jamie Benn
The "big boys" (read: big contracts, lol). In reality Seggs usually is the "playmaker" of the group and will usually have a good FO%. Rads is the hustle of the group who can generate sloppy looking chances from a great forecheck. He often gets overly aggressive and takes thoughtless penalties. In the Monty days, he occasionally would be a healthy scratch if he was being a dumbass on the ice. And he would typically come back to net a Hatty. Benn is our C. He is a big dude who enjoys playing physically in front of the net. He has been the leader on and off the ice for Dallas for the past seven seasons. He is heavily criticized from all sides as not doing "enough" for the team but in reality the guy can be a monster. I really feel as if he missed his calling on a traditional checking line but his offensive skill is what pushed him to the top. He won the Art Ross in '14/'15 and a gold medal with Canada in '14.
2nd Line - Mattias Janmark - Joe Pavelski - Denis Gurianov
It's going to be tough to put the "traditional lines" up here because they jump around so much.
Janmark: Swedish. Scored on you last night. Janny has a great forecheck and will always be in the mix. He doesn't translate very well on the offensive scoresheet but man, does he hustle on the ice. He frequently is on the PK and doesn't get much praise in the Stars subreddit due to his "inability to finish". Frequently we joke that...Stars on a breakaway, fuck - it's Janny. I don't think it's a confidence thing or a drought thing. He's got a great game, just doesn't translate well to the system offensively. He's a UFA after this season and probably won't get resigned. Which sucks, because he's one of my favorites.
Joe Pavelski: Huge lottery win in the Free Agent Market got us Captain America. Great presence on the dot. Fantastic in front of the net. Unfortunately, we don't seem to put him there too often. He is leading our team in playoff goals right now and is #3 of all time for American born players in the playoffs. He is a real leader for the club and brings a ton of experience on the PP.
Denis Gurianov: Or Scorianov. Rooke. Leading goalscorer for the regular season (20). Wicked slapshot. Wicket wristshot. Wicked snapshot. Really fast skater and what has surprised most Stars fans this postseason is how physical he can play. He has been getting in the mix and throwing the body fairly well.
3rd Line - Andrew Cogliano - Radek Faska - Blake Comeau
Grind time! The FCC line was the complete jobber this entire season. We matched the Av's top line with this group in the last series. This is clearly my favorite offensive line. They don't generate much on the scoresheet but damnit if they earn their paychecks!
Cogliano: Veteran from around the league. He is the smallest dude on the bench at 5'11, 177. Has 1K+ games recorded and notched a 20 goal season once. The guy is always on the PK, always on the forecheck and always giving is best. He came over from Anaheim last year in a super rare one-for-one swap for Devin Shore. Cogs is a real ironman, which is ironic because it was a rare injury to him that made him a healthy scratch to give JFK a chance (we'll get to him later). Radek Faksa - Our top two-way center. He will be Dallas' Marian Hossa. He has a great presence on the ice and plays really good hockey. He is an RFA this season and I highly suspect Dallas will pay a pretty penny to keep him.
Blake Comeau: Fuck, he's probably my favorite forward. 34 year old veteran has been wearing the A recently and he owns it. Always giving his best and really playing his heart out. Is the best? Prettiest? Fastest? Hell no! Is he going to play in your face, throw the body all night and fire off some wild clapper from the top of the circle? Yup! He's got one year left on his contract and he'll probably hang 'em up afterwards (I hope as i don't think Dallas will resign a 36 year old third line grinder and I would never want him to wear another jersey).
4th Line - Corey Perry - Jason Dickinson - Roope Hintz
I guess this is the third line, or second...IDK.
Corey Perry: Y'all, Imma be up front with you. It's weird. He was the bane of so much. In your face. Pest. Pesky. All those reasons ~we~ you hate him. Ask any Stars fan and they'll tell you how weird it is cheering for him. But here is the skinny - He's wearing victory green. He's being a pest for us (not against us). Yeah, he's done some stupid shit (see his ~six seconds of winter classic ice time) but he signed for a bottom of the basement level contract ($1.5M) riddled with potential bonuses that don't hit the cap. Excellent signing for our GM. I doubt he'll resign in Dallas but this was his "rebound year".
Jason Dickskin er...Dickinson (Letterkenny fans?? I know it doesn't fit, but it's close enough for the drunk version of me on game night): Young kid on his first contract. He's an RFA next year and we'll want to keep him around. I believe management believes he could be the next version of Jamie Benn. Strong, scrappy forward who has a good net presence. He still has a lot of development to do but at 25 years old - he is gonna get there.
Roope Hintz - Fuck this kid can fly. 23 years old. He's 6'3, 220 (same exact measurements as Jamie Benn) and can sake like the fucking wind. Grinds out lots of minutes on the PK and has a bunch of development to do. He was given a chance last year on some injuries and earned the permanent spot in the lineup after firing off a few wicked slapshots. He's an RFA this year and I really hope we can resign him.
Others in the lineup:
Joel "Fucking" Kiviranta: So there has recently been a ton to say about this guy. The Finnish announcer calling his goal is delightful. He was a healthy scratch coming into the bubble as he is a solid two way wing. Depending how the series goes, you'll probably hear the usual anecdotes on him: "undrafted, recommended by Jere Lehtinen (who is now the Finnish team's GM) to the Stars organization as a solid two way forward with a good hockey IQ. But let me give you my anecdote. I went to the Stars' development camp before this season started. It was right after the draft and I got to watch everybody in the development pipeline practice, scrimmage, and just get to know each other. I remember Kivi out there. He wasn't the smallest guy (even though he's only 5'10, 180). He wasn't the fastest or had the best shot (Jason Robertson has the best shot in the pipeline BY FAR). But I wanted to pay attention to Kivi as he was the only Finn in the camp. The guy skated so much better laterally than anybody else. His stickhandling wasn't great but his passes were the speed of some other guys' slapshot. The sound when his pass connects was on another level. I like this kid. It's hard not to when his statement following a hatty in his first postseason game is: "I hope they play me again". Kivi came in with an unusual injury to Andrew Cogliano and has stayed in the lineup with the injury from Radek Faksa.
Jason Robertson - as mentioned earlier, JRob had the best shot in the Stars' development camp. I watched him shoot the shit with other guys at the top of the circle between drills. He casually rang post after post after post wrist shots from the top of the circle like a fucking sniper. He was so casual and so clean with his follow-through. The speed of each shot was phenomenal. The only reason I mention him is because I want to believe that he will probably be the next-one-up in the event Roope is out.
Justin Dowling - One year left on his contract until he is an UFA. He may be re-signed depending on the outlook. He is fairly ready for a permanent spot on the lineup but hasn't gotten much. He played in 29 games this season with the boys and registered 3 goals and 3 assists. He may get the callup if somebody is injured, depending on the need. He usually fits a one way winger role and not so much of a stick handling playmaker. The NHL is really pushing the "Baby in the bubble" story as a human interest piece. His family lives quite close to Edmonton his wife and newborn baby were the first to pass through quarantine to be reunited. Thankfully the baby looks nothing like Justin.
Transparency: I always played defense growing up and still do on rec teams. I love playing D and really love the Dallas blue liners. I think it is what drew me to be a Stars fan (was a Blackhawks/Habs fan as a kid).
1st Pair - Esa Lindell - Jon Klingberg
Lindell: The quietest unsung hero of the D-Core. He will most likely log the most minutes each game and will anchor a PK. Deceptively strong with a 6'3" Finnish frame (skinny) and has legs like a fucking Clydesdale horse. He is my favorite player as he seems to make very smart defensive moves, doesn't appear to chirp that much and has recently shown to make some smart offensive zone entries. My favorite part of Lindell? His contract. Very team friendly and will stay with Dallas (hopefully) through 2025.
Klingberg: When Klinger signed his contract in 2015 it was called "risky" as he wasn't nearly developed as he is today. He was always an offensively minded defenseman. And even now, his mind is faster than his ability. We will see him fumble and miss opportunities but he is 28 years old and will keep growing each year. He is slick and can dangle with the best of them. Watch out for him on PP1 at the blue line making a lane to fire off a wrist shot. It's essentially a floating pass to be tipped.
2nd Pair - Miro - Jamie Oleksiak
Miro: The "generational talent". Even if Dallas had the number 1 pick in 2018, they would have gone with Miro. He is such a smart defenseman with a great offensive ability. Deceptively strong Finnish frame who positions himself very well. He will be Dallas' franchise guy for the foreseeable future.
Oleksiak: Big Rig. He went back and forth with Dallas & Pittsburg (who seemed to fix him up well, thanks Pens!). He really came into his own this season. He was on the bubble all of last year and getting an occasional chance due to injury or ability. He is our biggest guy (6'7") and he has really matured this year in his role pairing with Miro.
3rd Pair - Andrej Skera - Roman Polak - Stephen Johns - Taylor Fedun - Joel Hanley
So this "pairing" is going to be the odds & ends as our 3rd was never really hammered out and I'm not too sure where to start.
Polak: He opted out of the bubble on his last year with the Stars. He won't be coming back. I liked Polak last year and when he played this year but apparently he was quite disgruntled how the season played out. He sustained a broken sternum on the first game of the season against the Bruins. After his return, he never got to his full potential. Bowness decided to alternate Polak & Skera with who was playing each night.
Skera: Another "rebound year" coming off a horrendous ACL injury for a basement ($1.5M) contract. The 34 year old veteran was frequently the butt of jokes on the Dallas GDT's. And I am just as guilty as anybody. But since the Flames series, he has been doing so much better. There are still the chances to fumble in the defensive zone and to have a target-less pass in front of our own goalies. But here is the reality: Sekera has never had a firm defensive partner. He is currently playing with his third partner since the re-start! Finaly with Fedun he seems to be getting some kind of trust and chemistry going. Knowing how to read each other's minds is so important on defense and Sekera really hasn't gotten much of a chance to do that, whether it was filling in for Polak, sitting out or having an AHL'r come up for a night or anythign else that would come up. But in the past few series (Avs & Vegas) he has been much better. But if your offense is going to pressure anybody into a mistake, it'll be Sekera.
Joel Hanley - currently in the lineup with a non-roster minor league contract. Scored his first goal ever against y'all in game 1. He has more maturity than the other D's who came with the team to the bubble and is the latest one up.
Taylor Fedun - Can be opted as a forward in a pinch but has been Unfit to play for a while.
Stephen Johns - Oh where to begin. He was our Masterton trophy nominee. He came to Dallas in the trade that also brought Patrick Sharp from Chicago. According to Stars Legend, the trade was always about Johns. He was assigned to the AHL affiliate for development. Big and physical defensemen with an incredible slapshot. His last game before this year was in the 2017/18 season. He suffered from Post-traumatic headaches and depression. He has since spoken openly regarding his mental health and recovery. Unfortuantely he has remained unfit to play since August 11th when he played for 10 minutes against the Flames. I really hope Johns is okay. He seems like such a good guy and his dog is really adorable (he occasionally posts on instagram).
Other in the bubble:
Thomas Harley - or is it Harley Thomas? LOL. He was our first round draft choice this past year and was in the OHL all season. If anybody else goes down, he'll be the next one in. He's a playmaking blue liner.
1A: Ben Bishop - Used to play for you. NBC only seems to know how tall he is but because he has been unfit to play for the majority of the playoffs, I seem to have forgotten...was it 6'7'' or 7'6''? Not sure what is going on, but I have a feeling that he has had a back injury all year stemming from some stuff in the playoffs last year. I remember seeing him take an awkward fall while covering up and was really slow to get back up. But anyway, he has been unfit to play for a while. He came to the coaching staff and was like "im good coach, put me in" and then he let 4 goals go by him in the first period of the Avs game. No good.
1B: Anton Khudobin - Dobby. The Kazak Scorpion. The track suit wearing, crawfish eating, journeyman backup turned 1B goaltender. He is a delight of a human being. His instagram is great. This past season he posted a 16-8 record with a 2.22 GAA & .930 SV%. This year, Dobby is a free elf and gets to choose where he goes. I hope he chooses to stay at Hogwarts to work in the kitchens as a free elf. But either way, I will ALWAYS cheer for Dobby (fuck, I hope fate doesn't make me do this), even if he ends up on the Blues.
Backup - Jake Oettinger. He will be our guy in the future. He's 21, and has won a bunch of medals with USA in the world Juniors. He got his first NHL saves on September 8th against Vegas in relief.
Goal song: Puck Off by Panera
Goal horn: Cool as fuck
Macot: Victor E Green - weird alien dude with a big belly. My seven year old daughter hates him.
Bolts & Stars connections: Not only Bowness, Bishop but also Dallas goaltending coach, Jeff Reese played in 19 games for y'all in 1995 posting a 7-7-1 record. After his retirement as a player, he joined the Tampa organization as a goalie coach during your Cup year in 2004!
TL;DR: We have two very different teams during a very different year. I am happy that we have this distraction. Finally, this post is intended to be about sportsmanship and shit like that. It's a game. We're fans. We cheer. We boo. We sulk. We chirp. And we both have fans that take it all a little too far. But at the end of the day, I hope we can have a good series and nobody hates each other afterwards. And most importantly nobody gets hurt. We've got a salt-free handshake thread over on our sub for post-series best wishes and congratulations and shit like that. Feel free to drop on by if you're in the mood.
Good luck Bolts Bros
Edit: holy smokes, thank you for the awards bros!!
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2020.09.22 18:53 chexers775 [Hire Me] Software Developer / System Administrator

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2020.09.22 06:21 domac I built a Tinder like Demo Kivy app, I'd love to hear your feedback

Hey everyone,
so I wanted to learn a bit about Kivy and thought it might be nice to come up with some animations. Thus, I ended up trying to code something similar to the Tinder app.
I'd really love to get some feedback on the code (I think there is still an error after one Card had been swiped to one direction that it will reset the origin but that is fine I guess because a new Card should be shown nevertheless), the structure and maybe someone can point me in the right direction on how to get the rotation working (I already got the angles).
PR's are also more than welcome! :-)
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2020.09.21 19:25 Remarkable_Ad7334 Hi, me again and i need help with error codes...
I am a newbie to buildozer and kivy so if you guys could help with both of those bugs it would be appreciated
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