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Block Strike 3.7.0: Tips and Tricks for Winning in PvP Battles


This thread is a compilation of all 3.7.0-related information. All the teasers we get in announcements, videos, news coverage and forums posts will be organised and posted here. If you find anything missing, please comment so I can add it to the list. Thanks!




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Large projectiles no longer get blocked by terrain so easily. This change applies to Frostbolt, Freezing Pulse, Holy Flame Totem, Spectral Shield Throw, Spirit Burst, Scourge Arrow, Wild Strike, Lancing Steel and Shattering Steel. They are not smaller against enemies.


Please note that writes block each other, and will block the thread they are made on if multiple writes are in progress. This is similar to other persistence solutions and we recommend that you use the usual best practice for this situation: offloading your writes to a separate thread.


Once the query has been executed, or a notification block hasbeen added, the Results is kept up to date with changes made in theRealm, with the query execution performed on a background thread when possible.


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Local migrations are defined by setting Realm.Configuration.schemaVersion and Realm.Configuration.migrationBlock. Your migration block provides all the logic for converting data models from previous schemas to the new schema. When creating a Realm with this configuration, the migration block will be applied to update the Realm to the given schema version if a migration is needed.


While this is the minimum acceptable migration, we probably want to use this block to populate any new properties (in this case fullName) with something meaningful.Within the migration block we can call Migration().enumerateObjects(ofType: _:_:) to enumerate each Object of a certain type, and apply any necessary migration logic. Notice how for each enumeration the existing Object instance is accessed via an oldObject variable and the updated instance is accessed via newObject:


These changes can be accessed via the RealmCollectionChange parameter thatis passed to the notification block. This object holds information about the indices affected by deletions, insertions and modifications.


For write transactions performed on different threads or in different processes, the block will be called when the Realm that manages the object is (auto)refreshed to a version including the changes, while for local write transactions it will be called at some point in the future after the write transaction is committed.


The notification handler takes an ObjectChange enum value which indicates if the object was deleted, if property values on the object were changed, or if an error occurred. The notification block will be called with ObjectChange.deleted if the object was deleted. The block will never be called again.


Notifications in Realm are always delivered asynchronously so they never block the main UI thread, causing your app to stutter. However, there are situations when changes need to be done synchronously, on the main thread, and reflected in the UI instantly. We refer to these transactions as interface-driven writes.


To create a user, call SyncUser.logIn(). This factory method will initialize the user, asynchronously log them in to the Realm Object Server, and then provide the user object for further use in a callback block if the login process is successful. If the login process fails for any reason, an error object will be passed into the callback instead.


This API makes an asynchronous call to the server. The completion block will be called once a response is received, and will be passed in an error if the operation failed, or nil if the operation succeeded.


Progress notification blocks will be invoked periodically by the synchronization subsystem on the runloop of the thread in which they were originally registered. If no runloop exists, one will be created. (Practically speaking, this means you can register these blocks on background queues in GCD and they will work fine.) As many blocks as needed can be registered on a session object simultaneously. Blocks can either be configured to report upload progress or download progress.


Each time a block is called, it will receive the current number of bytes already transferred, as well as the total number of transferrable bytes (defined as the number of bytes already transferred plus the number of bytes pending transfer).


When a block is registered, the registration method returns a token object. The invalidate() method can be called on the token to stop notifications for that particular block. If the block has already been deregistered, calling the stop method does nothing. Note that the registration method might return a nil token if the notification block will never run again (for example, because the session was already in a fatal error state, or there is no further progress to report).


There are two types of blocks. Blocks can be configured to report indefinitely. These blocks will remain active unless explicitly stopped by the user and will always report the most up-to-date number of transferrable bytes. This type of block could be used to control a network indicator UI that, for example, changes color or appears only when uploads or downloads are actively taking place.


Blocks can also be configured to report progress for currently outstanding work. These blocks capture the number of transferrable bytes at the moment they are registered and always report progress relative to that value. Once the number of transferred bytes reaches or exceeds that initial value, the block will automatically unregister itself. This type of block could, for example, be used to control a progress bar that tracks the progress of an initial download of a synced Realm when a user signs in, letting them know how long it is before their local copy is up-to-date.


Certain sync-related APIs perform asynchronous operations that may fail. These APIs take completion blocks which accept an error parameter; if the error parameter is passed in the operation failed. The error can be checked for more detail.


Results are returned asynchronously through the completion block. The block will be passed in an error if the lookup failed (for example, if no such user exists or if the user is not a Realm Object Server administrator), or a SyncUserInfo object containing information about the user if successful.


Ray-tracing is a rendering technique that calculates an image of a scene by simulating the way rays of light travel in the real world. However it does this simulation backwards; in the real world, rays of light are emitted from a light source and then strike objects. Some of the light rays then bounce off the objects and enter our eyes (or perhaps a camera). However, most of the rays never reach anything that 'observes' them; they either leave the area of interest or are absorbed by objects within it.


  • POV-Ray now supports Symmetric MultiProcessing.

  • The addition of the mesh_camera permits simulation of arbitrary lenses and makes texture baking possible.

  • An experimental gamma handling feature has been added, some of the highlights are:

  • a different role for assumed_gamma

  • changes in the global_settings section

  • the srgb keyword and its kin can be used to specify gamma pre-corrected colors

  • an Antialias_Gamma feature has been added

  • lastly you can also change the input file gamma for individual input files

  • Make sure to review the Images and Image Related category below for important changes and additions.

  • Redistribute the workload to render threads by specifying a render block size.

  • Binary Space Partitioning or BSP tree bounding is now available.

  • A resource control option for output image caching has been added.

  • An overall review of the entire radiosity section is probably a good idea; some of the highlights are:

  • a revised radiosity tutorial

  • the new maximum_reuse parameter

  • adaptive pretrace mode added to the nearest_count parameter

  • the loading and saving of radiosity data has changed

  • new command line options can help to further customize radiosity features

  • The ovus object was added, along with support for uv_mapping

  • Raised max order of the poly, cubic and quartic objects. Alternate syntax is also available.

  • Added multiple-thread support to photon shooting code.

  • New thread-safe random number generator was added.

  • The buit-in benchmark process now runs without any other distribution files. See the platform specific documentation for details.

The Draw_Vistas, Vista_Buffer and Light_Buffer options have been deprecated. Look here for additional details.


  • Added diffuse backside illumination capability.

  • An experimental subsurface scattering feature was added.

  • Support for area_light diffuse and specular illumination was implemented.

  • These list patterns, a warp, and a slope pattern extensions were added:

  • aoi pattern

  • cubic pattern

  • cubic warp

  • pavement pattern

  • square pattern

  • tiling pattern

  • triangular pattern

  • slope pattern extension

  • Improvements to iterations and two new exterior types were added. See Fractal Patterns for more details.

  • The finish block now supports the emission keyword.

  • A sky_sphere layered pigment related behavior change.

  • A new Slope Map Tutorial has been added.

  • Re-enabled the crand finish attribute.



  • Get your display gamma correct! See the new gamma handling tutorial.

  • There have been various changes regarding output file types these are the highlights:

  • cross platform default output file type is PNG

  • BOTH input and output support for two High Dynamic Range file types has been added

  • JPEG default quality and chroma sub-sampling changes

  • output file type "s" has been deprecated

  • An output file dithering feature has been added.

  • The interpolate option now supports bicubic interpolation.

  • Use of the hf_gray_16 keyword has been deprecated in the global_settings block.

  • A couple of important changes and additions regarding Alpha Channel usage. Added "out-of-the-box" transparency support for GIF input files.



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