WOAT.v3.4.1.FIX Full Version
This was the cause of the Gettysburg Railroad firebox explosion near Gardners, Pennsylvania, in 1995, where low water allowed the front of the crown sheet to overheat until the regular crown stays pulled through the sheet, releasing a great deal of steam and water under full boiler pressure into the firebox. The crown sheet design included several alternating rows of button-head safety stays, which limited the failure of the crown sheet to the first five or six rows of conventional stays, preventing a collapse of the entire crown sheet.
WOAT.v3.4.1.FIX Full Version
Fireboxes were generally made of copper, though later locomotives had steel fireboxes. They were held to the outer part of the boiler by stays (numerous small supports). Parts of the firebox in contact with full steam pressure have to be kept covered with water, to stop them overheating and weakening. The usual cause of firebox collapses is that the boiler water level falls too low and the top of the firebox (crown sheet) becomes uncovered and overheats. This occurs if the fireman has failed to maintain water level or the level indicator (gauge glass) is faulty. A less common reason is breakage of large numbers of stays, due to corrosion or unsuitable material.
While any VM started from VirtualBox Manager is capable of running virtual machines remotely, it is not convenient to have to run the full GUI if you never want to have VMs displayed locally in the first place. In particular, if you are running server hardware whose only purpose is to host VMs, and all your VMs are supposed to run remotely over VRDP, then it is pointless to have a graphical user interface on the server at all. This is especially true for Linux or Oracle Solaris hosts, as the VirtualBox Manager comes with dependencies on the Qt and SDL libraries. This is inconvenient if you would rather not have the X Window system on your server at all.
Accessing remote USB devices is only possible if the RDP client supports this extension. Some versions of uttsc, a client tailored for the use with Sun Ray thin clients, support accessing remote USB devices. RDP clients for other platforms will be provided in future Oracle VM VirtualBox versions.
Simple, Minimalistic oUF frames. Use the included oUF until further notice.Note: If you are a healer and using this layout - I've got a matching layout for Grid2 that is full featured for each healing class & includes all the latest raid debuffs. Add me on BNet, Mia#1417 and I will gladly share it with you. Includes:Player FrameTarget FrameTargetTarget FrameFocus FrameFocus Target FramePet FrameBoss FramesRaid FramesPositioning/Scaling & Bonus Options: **Set true/false in cfg.lua**Vertical or Horizontal party framesShow or Hide Raid Frame ManagerShow or Hide Self in PartyShow Only Player Debuffs/Buffs on TargetShow or Hide Player Name on Player frameAddon support:- oUF_RaidDebuffs (embedded)- oUF_DebuffHighlight (embedded)- oUF_Smooth (modified and embedded)- oUF_Combat Feedback - oUF_WeaponEnchant- oUF_VengeanceCredits:Sauerkraut- For the original oUF_Karma. Zork for oUF_Simple that I used as a framework for my layoutDrakull, Neverg, and Monolit. Most of the code and inspiration came from their layouts. Improvements and layout changes may occur in the upcoming versions. Questions or comments please feel free to leave a message I check back frequently. Have an issue that you can't figure out I can be found playing Miamonkey on US-Sargeras.ERRORS/BUG REPORTS:1. Make sure you have the latest version of oUF_Karma installed. This page will always have the latest version. DO NOT DOWNLOAD IT ANYWHERE ELSE! I do not upload anywhere but WoWInterface.2. Make sure you are using the latest version of oUF Core. Found here. You no longer need the outdated version.3. Post or message me full errors if possible. Even better if you know whats messing up and can point me in the right direction. If you can't that is totally ok.4. Be patient. I have alot going on besides wow. I love this layout and I want to keep it going. It will be updated. There is nothing game breaking in the errors anymore. Its updated for current wow. There might still be a few bugs to iron out however.FEATURE REQUESTS:1. What it is you want/need. - I do not mind adding things. But again it will be on my time frame.2. Give me a brief outline of what you want and when it should be available. If you can't articulate what you want I can't make it happen In testing:Full update to current oUF & fully embedded support modules: currently in live raid testing along with color options. ETA undefined but it is coming.Horizontal Party frames for Raids - optionalOOC Fading - playing with animation system to make this look a little bit more nifty. It may never release animated fading but who knows.Color options: currently in live testing while I work out bugs. This will come with /slash command to set values either RGB or as just colors (green, red, purple etc...).Originally Posted by SauerkrautoUF_Karma A very basic minimalistic styled unitframe. Created because I really don't need a lot of frills. I tried to put as much important info into a relatively small space. I play at 1920x1080 so these may look off if you use a different resolution. I never could have accomplished this if not for Drakull and his oUF_Drk. I had many versions of this layout but using Drk as a template I was able to come up with some thing I really liked.oUF_Karma has been taken over by Unkn since I no longer play. -SauerkrautUpdated info: 08-28-2013 350c69d7ab