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Final Fantasy 7 Switch Update Fixes 7-Year-Old Bug

Final Fantasy 7’s Switch port quietly received an update that seems to fix one of its most notorious bugs: an audio glitch that has been reintroduced in nearly all of its modern ports.

The now-squashed bug caused the game’s overworld music to restart from the beginning of the song after every battle. It’s not the worst bug in the world, but can make playing significantly more repetitive as you’ll rarely hear more than the opening moments of any overworld song… and you’ll hear it a whole lot.

Frustratingly, this particular audio bug has been a recurring nightmare for longtime fans. It dates back almost a full decade at this point, first present in the modern PC port of FF7 from 2012 before popping up again in the PS4 port from 2015.

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Respawn Fixes Apex Legends Progression Issue

Update 4/3: Developer Respawn Entertainment has released a fix for the progression issue that the 1.1 Update was causing players, and it’s now live on all platforms.

Posted on Reddit, Respawn says the issue was caused by players being unintentionally moved to the wrong servers that didn’t have their persistent data, and made it appear that player accounts were reset with all progression lost.

“Fortunately, your progress up until the update was still safe and sound,” reads the post. “We shut down all live servers so we could remove players from the wrong place and roll up the correct servers with your progress. Once we confirmed internally that we had fixed the issue we started rolling out the right servers starting with Xbox and staggered the updates to PS4 and PC.”

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Marvel Fixes Endgame Poster After Danai Gurira Omission

Fans were rightly miffed Thursday — and quickly aired their frustrations on Twitter — after seeing that Danai Gurira’s name was missing from the new poster for Avengers: Endgame despite her character Okoye being featured on it.

Marvel Studios released a new version of the poster later that day featuring Gurira’s and acknowledging the mistake. “She should have been up there all this time,” Marvel Studios tweeted.

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Modder Fixes Aliens: Colonial Marines’ AI With One, Simple Coding Change

Jamesdickinson963 of ModDB, who has been working on overhauling and improving 2013’s Aliens: Colonial Marines, has discovered a typo in one line of Colonial Marine’s game config file, or .INI, that may be to blame, at least in part, for its lackluster AI.

The error, which was one extra letter, looks like this:

ClassRemapping=PecanGame.PecanSeqAct_AttachXenoToTether, fixed from the previous code, PecanGame.PecanSeqAct_AttachPawnToTeather.

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He Fixes the Worst P.R. Crises Imaginable. Then Came Harvey Weinstein.

Michael Sitrick built his career on helping the rich and powerful deflect damaging headlines. There was no spinning this.
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League to discuss possible fixes to Giannis play

Come March, the NBA’s competition committee will look at a number of solutions to when a player steps out of bounds without a whistle being called on the floor, a league spokesperson said.
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One-week, one-month and one-year fixes for NHL’s struggling teams

Some teams at the bottom of the standings are already turning to the future, and others are looking for measures that will get them back in the playoff race. Here are the smart short- and long-term fixes for eight struggling clubs.
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Apple fixes iPhone letter ‘i’ bug

The latest software update fixes an issue that stopped some iPhone users typing the letter “i”.
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United Airlines Says Corporate Clients Seek Policy Fixes

United Airlines’s lucrative corporate clients are pushing the airline to fix its customer service, the carrier’s president said on Tuesday.
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Police Officer Stops Speeding Student, Then Fixes His Tie

Now that’s a clothes call.

When a police officer in Menomonie, Wisconsin, pulled over a speeding driver Nov. 30, he was considering giving a ticket, not a lesson in the sartorial arts.

Officer Martin Folczyk pulled the car over and discovered University of Wisconsin-Stout student Trevor Keeney, who was very agitated.

“I have to get a tie tied,” Keeney said, according to KMSP TV. “I have a presentation and I thought my buddy was home but he’s not, and I’m running behind.”

Officer Folczyk then asked for the necktie and immediately started multitasking, putting the tie around his own neck, and tying it, while making sure Keeney’s license and insurance checked out.

Folczyk’s nice gesture wasn’t without slight complications. When he handed the tie back, it was too short for Keeney.

Folczyk took the tie back from Keeney and re-tied it. He then gave it back and let the student go with just a warning.

Properly dressed, Keeney went on to get 92 percent on his presentation for an outside sales class, according to ABC News.

Of course, Dave Chappelle might have a few thoughts about this interaction. 

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Artist Jim Bachor Fixes Chicago Potholes With Ice Cream Mosaics

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Devouring a melty, delicious Good Humor bar on a stoop on a steamy July afternoon — does anything say “summer in the city” more perfectly?

With the hottest months fast approaching, mosaic artist Jim Bachor is bringing those frosty memories to streets around Chicago. In a series called “Treats in the Streets,” Bachor fills in potholes in city avenues not just with cement, but with bold, colorful mosaics of ice cream treats.

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“Potholes are universally hated/despised no matter who you are,” explained Bachor in an email to The Huffington Post. “Ice cream is (almost) universally loved.” This isn’t the first time he’s both repaired and beautified potholes with his art. Last fall, he installed flower mosaics in a number of potholes in Chicago. “I like the contrast of juxtaposing something ‘bad’ with something ‘good,’” he says.

While an untended pothole is an annoyance, a public eyesore, even a danger, Bachor’s guerrilla mosaic repairs are both practical and healing on a more soulful level. Instead of jagged holes in the concrete, Chicago streets are dotted with cartoonishly bright, meticulously crafted patches of public art, adding a touch of optimism to the neighborhood.

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Many street artists work in ephemera — graffiti that will soon be removed, murals that will eventually be painted over — but Bachor is intrigued by the possibility of longevity offered by these street mosaics. “Ancient mosaic art — its durability astounded me,” he says. “2,000-year-old mosaics look exactly like the artist intended today!” By combining this durable art form with a problem of crumbling infrastructure, he saw a way toward achieving two highly desirable ends.

As for the beneficiaries of his reparative art, he says the Chicago public has been “overwhelmingly positive” about the project. City officials have been more measured in their response. Last year, city spokesman Bill McCaffery told The Chicago Tribune, “Mr. Bachor and his art are proof that even the coldest, harshest winter can not darken the spirits of Chicagoans. But filling potholes is a task best left to the professionals and CDOT.”

Fortunately for the grateful citizens of Chicago, Bachor isn’t leaving well enough alone. Instead, there are a few fewer potholes, and a few more pieces of striking public art, around the city. Sounds like a great start to the summer.

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Waking Up Too Hot Or Too Cold? Try These Easy Fixes (VIDEO)

There are few things better than crawling into a cozy, warm bed on a cool evening and drifting off into a peaceful sleep. Until, that is, you wake up in the middle of the night too hot or too cold to fall back asleep. You might not know the exact cause of your sudden sweat or shivers, but one thing’s clear: You want it to stop.

Dr. Michael Grandner may have advice that can help. He’s a member of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the University of Pennsylvania and is Board-certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. As he explains to the web series #OWNSHOW, your body temperature is very closely related to how well you sleep, and it fluctuates often during the night.

“In the beginning of the night, you might feel like you’re at the right temperature, but then your body temperature will drop during the night, then it will hit its minimum late at the end of the night, then you start coming up again,” Grandner says. To help your slumber be as comfortable and restful as possible, try these four tips for better sleep.

1. Keep the room between 62 and 72 degrees.

For the majority of people, there’s a clear 10-degree range that represents the sweet spot for deep, restful sleep. “Most people sleep most comfortably at around 62 to 72 degrees,” Grandner says. “Much hotter or colder than that can end up disrupting sleep.”

2. Dress in layers.

“How your body temperature is interacting with the room temperature and how that’s interacting with the blankets can end up leaving you uncomfortable,” Grandner says. “That’s why it’s good to have layers that you can take on or take off if you’re sensitive to temperature.”

3. Be aware of the spicy-food effect.

“A lot of people don’t realize this, but sometimes very spicy food — especially if you eat it close to dinnertime — can raise body temperature, which might make it more difficult to sleep,” Grandner explains.

4. Take a long, hot bath before bed.

“There’s some data showing that a really long, hot bath right before going to bed might temporarily raise your body temperature, but as soon as you get out of the bath, it will plummet,” Grandner says. “[This] might make it much easier to fall asleep, as your body temperature’s dropping.”

Still waking in the middle of the night? This counterintuitive strategy may be the key to falling back asleep.

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