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Magnifying-Glass Damage, known as hoop damage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, is the damage that a fighter receives when they are out of the camera's boundaries but not past the blast line. It is present in all games except the original Super Smash Bros., though the magnifying glass does appear.
When a fighter is off-screen but not past the blast line, they are still shown inside a small hoop known as the magnifying glass at the edge of the camera boundary. This hoop is accompanied by an arrow that signals the player to get back on-screen. Magnifying-Glass Damage is damage applied while the fighter is displayed this way, at a rate of 1% per second, but stops occurring when the fighter has accumulated 150% damage. In Ultimate, the size of the magnifying glass is determined by how close a player is to a blast line: the closer to a blast line, the smaller the glass gets. The edges of the glass flash yellow when the player is dangerously close to the blast line.
Magnifying-Glass Damage does not occur in Training Mode nor in the All-Star Rest Area in Melee and Brawl. In The Subspace Emissary, if Player 2 is in a situation that would usually trigger the effect, they instead usually Space Jump. Charizard, Meta Knight, Kirby, and to a lesser extent, King K. Rool, all have up throws that send them above the upper blast line with the accompanying magnifying glass, but they do not take damage as a result, as the time spent isn't enough for them to sustain damage. Joker's Rebellion Gauge does not fill when taking Magnifying-Glass Damage.
When one thinks of a magnifying glass, they tend to think of the big Sherlock Holmes type lens. However, in actual use, you want a lightweight, and powerful magnifier that has impeccable optics and is simple to use. Utilizing the best magnifier for demanding jobs like inspecting diamonds and gemstones is essential to their occupation, while hobbyists who collect rocks and minerals just need to buy a decent magnifier that they can afford to lose.
Hold the lens up next to your eyes while bringing the object close to it - about a few centimeters from your face. The idea is to focus your attention through the magnifying lens, the same way you look through eyeglasses. If you normally wear glasses, you will need to keep them on. A magnifier won't correct for astigmatism as well.
The X (times) factor of a magnifying glass refers to how much it magnifies. An average magnifying glass makes objects look 2 or 3 times bigger, which means it magnifies 2X or 3X. Geologists often like to have 5X to 10X magnification; however, anything higher than 10X is difficult to use in the field because the lenses are too small.
Given the same X (times) factor, a larger lens is always better. There are tons of cheap inferior magnifying glasses out there claiming 20X, 30X, and even 45X magnifications, yet they sell for less than $10. These are false claims as any magnifier over 20X magnification will have such a small field of vision that they are no longer considered magnifiers, but rather loupes. Higher quality lenses with high magnifications are also more difficult to produce, consequently they tend to be more expensive.
Beware of buying the magnifying jewelers loupe 45x on eBay and the 100x on amazon the 45x is 6.95 and the 100x is over 20 dollars on amazon I ordered both both , and both are the 45x with identical numbers, this needs to be reported.. one co. is mega mail online, another is Pandacub 1990, just wanted to let people know about the scam, Thanks.
Good Morning, I have been trying to find out how to enlarge the field of view on the 5 glass magnifying system but have not received an answer after sending two pictures of the product as requested. Since it was done with your system it does not seem to give me a way of resending them at this time. Ed Shephard.
Hi, notice on Amazon there are a plethora of magnifying glasses to choose from and very little information about quality of lenses as you point out above. But instead of beauty related products, I am interested in magnifying maps with tiny font or doing close electronics work in a hands-free mode. Do I want a headset or a floor mounted magnifying lens? The search is about! Chas
Summary: People usually recognize that a magnifying-glass icon indicates a search tool, even when it has no label. Unfortunately, showing only the icon makes search more difficult to find.
It's perfect if you're in a dark restaurant and forgot your glasses. While most folks seem to know about the flashlight option on the iPhone, the magnifying feature, which uses the phone's camera to zoom in on text, seems a little less well known. That's because it's buried in the settings menu.
Here's how to use magnifier when you need it: If you're on using iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Plus or iPhone XR, just triple tap the button on the right side of the phone. If you have an older iPhone, tap the home button three times to bring up the magnifying app. You'll see a screen that looks like this:
I am currently exploring web apps for iOS devices and use PhoneGap to create a "native" application out of it. The problem I have with this is the magnifying glass, that I don't want to be shown when selecting paragraphs (or bit of text). I have tried a lot of solutions but nether works. I use this CSS to disable all copy, selection and such for those fields I wan't:
Is there a quick and easy way to set up the "Zoom Picture" feature while not showing the magnifying glass? If it must be there, is there a way to move where the magnifying glass appears relative to the timage? The magnifying glass and accompanying grey box overlap the main image a bit, and I'd rather they didn't!
I'm working on a project where I have a few screenshots of a program in action (SAP) and I'm pointing out some of the key features of the GUI, one of which is a portion of the status bar which appears at the bottom of the image - directly behind the magnifying glass. This part of the screen capture is only really visible if the image is then clicked and zoomed. I'd like to retain the zoom-ability of the image while also not obscuring any portion of the un-zoomed image.
There are a few workarounds to this, I'm sure. One of which would be to manually set up a hot spot trigger over the whole image ("Zoom Image" left unchecked on the base image, so no magnifying glass) that either calls up a lightbox slide or a simulated/mocked up lightbox slide with a larger version of the image. That'll take slightly longer than mere moments and so I'm hoping there's just a simple checkbox option somewhere to remove the magnifying glass that I haven't yet found...
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The disc shape you have cut out curves outwards so it is a convex shape. By adding the water the light that passes through is refracted meaning that it is bent inwards, creating a lens effect and enlarging the size of the letters. So you have then created your very own magnifying glass!
Virtual Magnifying Glass Portable is a full-featured screen magnifying glass that allows you to zoom in on an area of the screen for better readability. It's also handy for design work. With a variable zoom (1-20x), configurable size, hot-key support (CTRL-ALT-e) and lots of other great features, it's a great addition to any portable arsenal.
A classic magnifying glass, as used to view small objects, with its lens pointed right. Generally depicted at a 45° angle with a black handle and a clear or blue, silver-framed lens titled to the upper right.
(English pronunciations of magnifying glass from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus and from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary, both sources © Cambridge University Press)
In a surprising discovery, astronomers have found a faraway galaxy that doubles as a cosmic "magnifying glass." At 9.6 billion light-years away, it could be the most distant such object known to science, NASA announced today (July 31).
Tran used the analogy of looking through an actual magnifying glass to explain: "Imagine holding a magnifying glass close to you and then moving it much farther away. When you look through a magnifying glass held at arm's length, the chances that you will see an enlarged object are high. But if you move the magnifying glass across the room, your chances of seeing the magnifying glass nearly perfectly aligned with another object beyond it diminishes."
The newfound magnifying galaxy belongs a distant galaxy cluster known as IRC 0218. It is 180 billion times more massive than our sun, and at 9.6 light-years away, it breaks the previous record-holder for most distant lensing galaxy by 200 million years, according to NASA.
I'm interested in including a magnifying glass (like ?) in a tex document which has to be compilable with pdfLaTeX. I looked into The Comprehensive Latex Symbol List but I didn't find any suitable symbol. How can this be done? 781b155fdc