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Excellent option for budget/conscious peeps who need a useful driver update utility, beats most of the competition when it comes to extra features and services, such as a game booster, updating game components, and offline driver updates* A solid performer providing consistency and reliability!




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I always keep it running while playing because of its "Game Boost" feature, which actually helps in performance, mainly so that your computer focuses its resources on the game you're playing. It's also useful for updating your drivers every few weeks, which you could do manually, but why would you?


When a visitor gets a 404 error page, it can be intimidating, and unhelpful. Using WordPress, you can take the edge off a 404 and make it helpful to users, and yourself, too, by emailing whenever the user clicks a link to a non-existent page.


When a new version of BB is uploaded, the documentation will also be updated. We have streamlined the process for updating the documentation to ensure that the latest version of BrailleBlaster always has the latest version of the documentation available at the time that version of BB is created. Documentation is always available offline to help accommodate transcribers in prison braille programs and rural areas that may not have internet access.


Continuing to make Formats 2016 changes. This time added Boxes with Color to the Miscellaneous menu. Just go to Miscellaneous > Boxes > Color Boxes or Full Color Boxes and then a dialog opens asking you to type the name of the color. Type the name of your color, press enter, and a box will be made per the Formats 2016 guidelines with that color! Also updated the listed table transcriber's note and linear table format to be in line with Formats 2016. Thankfully Formats 2016 and 2011 aren't too different and so we're nearly done with updating BB for Formats 2016.


Update on November 24, 2020: Added a call out in the \"Strict type\/value validations for internal functions\" section that there are still scenarios where WP Core could potentially pass invalid types to PHP core functions, especially where values are passed through filters. Props @hellofromtonya.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nPHP 8.0 is in the final stages of its release cycle. As of the publish date of this post, version 8.0 RC5 has been released, and the final release of PHP 8.0.0 is scheduled for November 26, 2020.\n\n\n\nAs the expected changes in PHP 8 were made known earlier this year, WordPress Core contributors worked to identify potential compatibility issues within the code base. This includes a call to test earlier in the release cycle.\n\n\n\nWordPress Core aims to be compatible with PHP 8.0 in the 5.6 release (currently scheduled for December 8, 2020).\n\n\n\nHowever, PHP 8.0 is a major version update with a large number of changes that break backwards compatibility, and many features that were deprecated within the PHP 7.x feature releases have been officially removed.\n\n\n\nWhat does compatibility mean here?\n\n\n\nSignificant effort has been put towards making WordPress 5.6 compatible with PHP 8 on its own, but it is very likely that there are still undiscovered issues remaining.\n\n\n\nBecause of the nature of WordPress usage and the commitment to our user base, compatibility is to be considered in the eyes of those users. The goal is to elevate the broader ecosystem to a state that is compatible with PHP 8. That requires that the Core software not just be compatible on its own, but also provides defenses against common problems seen in the transition to PHP 8, while continuing to function on older versions of PHP.\n\n\n\nIt also should be acknowledged that WordPress is never used in isolation (without any theme or plugins), so WordPress itself being able to run on PHP 8 does not indicate \"full\" compatibility.\n\n\n\nThe state of PHP 8 support within the broader ecosystem (plugins, themes, etc.) is impossible to know. For that reason, WordPress 5.6 should be considered \"beta compatible\" with PHP 8.\n\n\n\n\"Beta compatibility\"\n\n\n\nCalling WordPress 5.6 \"beta compatible\" is a good first step. Doing so acknowledges the hard work that has been done to get WordPress running on PHP 8 without major issues and achieve passing PHPUnit tests. It also honors the project's commitment to being compatible with the new versions of PHP when they are released.\n\n\n\nAt the same time Core cannot claim \"full compatibility\" because the process to achieve that state takes a larger amount of time within the greater ecosystem. That's where WordPress Core needs help.\n\n\n\nAll plugin and theme developers, as well as hosting communities, are called on to make their code compatible with PHP 8. This will allow WordPress to attain truly \"full compatibility\" sooner, and without end users having to carry the burden.\n\n\n\nIt's also worth noting that all known compatibility issues that were identified through automated testing or static analysis have been addressed, except those detailed further down in this post. Automated test coverage of WordPress Core needs much improvement, and some problems will require manual testing of WordPress on PHP 8 under varying conditions to discover.\n\n\n\nFor the reasons above, it is highly recommended that you thoroughly test your site before upgrading to PHP 8. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nBelow is a breakdown of why the PHP 8 update is a bit different than other more recent PHP updates, and the changes that directly affect WordPress in PHP 8.0 that developers need to be aware of.\n\n\n\nPHP release types\n\n\n\nThe release process that the PHP project currently follows was proposed and established back in 2010. This process outlines strict guidelines around when certain types of changes can be made. The process is structured around the idea of \"major releases\", and follows semantic versioning.\n\n\n\nThe current major release of PHP is 7. Over the last 5 years, there have been 4 feature releases for the PHP 7 major release (7.1, 7.2, 7.3, and 7.4), and over 130 security\/bug fix releases to these feature releases.\n\n\n\nFeature releases\n\n\n\nThough new features and bug fixes are allowed in feature releases, backwards compatibility and API compatibility must be maintained. These rules dictating what types of changes are allowed, lower the likelihood that sites will break when upgrading to new feature releases within the same major release of PHP.\n\n\n\nWhen older features are deprecated within these releases, they remain functional. It's common practice for deprecated features to trigger errors (usually E_WARNING, E_NOTICE, or E_DEPRECATED level), informing developers that the feature is deprecated. Deprecated features can only be removed in a future major release.\n\n\n\nMajor releases\n\n\n\nLike feature releases, bug fixes and new features can be added in major releases. However, old features can be removed entirely, maintaining backwards compatibility and API compatibility is not required.\n\n\n\nAs of PHP 8 RC4, there are 48 changes to core PHP that break backwards compatibility, and 166 throughout PHP 8 overall (extensions, libraries, etc.).\n\n\n\nWhat this means for developers\n\n\n\nSites that are consistently updating to the latest versions of PHP and addressing issues with each feature release are usually less likely to experience problems when updating to a new major version.\n\n\n\nNew features in PHP 8 are not compatible with PHP 7 or PHP 5 and usually cause fatal errors.\n\n\n\nWhile making your plugin or theme PHP 8 compatible is strongly encouraged, using features added in PHP 8 is not recommended in distributed plugins and themes unless Requires PHP is set to 8.0 in the header section of the main file (plugins) or style.css file (themes).\n\n\n\nChanges in PHP 8\n\n\n\nBelow is a non-exhaustive breakdown of select changes in PHP 8.0 that plugin and theme developers need to be aware of and should accommodate in their code.\n\n\n\nNamed parameters\n\n\n\nPHP 8 introduces the ability to pass arguments to a function by the parameter name instead of the parameter position. This is advantageous in several ways, but to name a few:\n\n\n\nThe argument's meaning becomes self documenting.The arguments become order-independent.Default values can be skipped arbitrarily.\n\n\n\nAs an example, let's take a look at retrieving a term as an associative array using get_term().\n\n\n\n


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