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Pnda Gaming’s Simply call of Responsibility Workforce Fall a Participant

The Pnda Gaming Phone of Obligation workforce has introduced they are on the lookout for a new player in advance of CWL Dallas.

The commence of the new year often sees a superior degree of roster variations and it seems the Pnda team will be searching back on the industry immediately after just two months collectively.

The group was only introduced on November 3rd, but a Tweet on Friday November 15th it was verified they’d be looking for a substitute for Anthony ‘DraMa’ Padilla.

Jason ‘Prophet’ Nicoletti and Ethan ‘FA5TBALLA’ Wedgeworth ended up part of the Pnda Gaming group who virtually experienced for the CWL World wide Pro League during Infinite Warfare.

While they went their independent ways soon after Dallas, they obtained again alongside one another for the CWL Championships the place they placed 25th to 32nd less than Projekt Evil.

For Get in touch with of Duty WWII they teamed up with Aaron ‘TuQuick’ Chang and DraMa, but Prophet confirmed they are not hunting for a new fourth.


The workforce won’t have far too prolonged to locate a replacement as they go into the CWL 2K event on Sunday November 19th. The second of a few on the internet 2K competitions, they’ll help make a decision the groups who’ll make pool perform for CWL Dallas.

The $200,000 event will consider put between December 8th and 10th in Texas with around 200 groups in attendance.


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Overcast 4.0 Brings UI Optimizations for iOS 11 and iPhone X, Drag and Drop, and New Advanced Settings – MacStories

The combination of iOS 11 and iPhone X is pushing developers to reconsider many of their interaction paradigms and interface affordances that predated the Super Retina display and drag and drop. In a span of two months, iOS 11 made custom implementations of multiple item selection and reordering effectively obsolete, while the iPhone X now requires apps to embrace its display and novel status bar design.

Overcast 4.0 is a good example of how Apple’s biggest releases of the year impacted apps that needed a lot of work to be updated for the iPhone X and iOS 11. Released today on the App Store, Overcast 4.0 bears no groundbreaking additions to the experience; instead, developer Marco Arment focused on design refinements and simplifying the app’s navigation, modernizing Overcast’s appearance and flow while bringing smaller enhancements to the listening and browsing experience.

There are some notable changes in this version – drag and drop is present, albeit in a limited fashion – but Overcast 4.0 is primarily aimed at foundational improvements and laying the groundwork for the future. Despite this “Snow Leopard approach”, however, heavy Overcast users should still find the many optimizations as well as the “by popular demand” tweaks more than welcome.

The most visible departure from Overcast 3.0 is the replacement of the “stacked card” visual metaphor (of which I was a fan) with a more traditional horizontal navigation. Show pages and episode details are now always pushed into view from the side of the app; the Now Playing screen has gone back to the Overcast 2.0 style, abandoning the Apple Music-inspired card design of version 3.0.

According to Arment, these were necessary changes to take advantage of the iPhone X’s screen and increase the reachability of all navigation controls throughout the app. It’s hard to tell without an iPhone X in my hands, but I assume that “embracing the notch” with a unified title bar should look better than blocking out the device’s status bar with a black background, which Overcast’s old stacked card UI (pictured in the image above) would have done.

There are plenty of design tweaks in Overcast 4.0 that are relatively small in isolation, but add to the experience over time. An episode’s description page now features a play button in the center of the title bar, which makes it easy to start listening without navigating back to the episode list. The Now Playing widget at the bottom of the screen has been slightly redesigned with the inclusion of a chevron that suggests the UI element can be swiped or tapped to open vertically. Swipe gestures on individual episodes use the new full-swipe iOS 11 API to play a subtle tap via the Taptic Engine when you swipe all the way across the cell to delete or download an episode.

There are dozens of other small optimizations in Overcast, but there are also a couple of new features worth pointing out. In the Nitpicky Details screen in Settings, those who don’t like Overcast’s “episode bar” can turn on a One-Tap Play option that immediately plays an episode in a list when tapped, instead of expanding it to reveal contextual actions. When this setting is enabled, the bar can be opened by tapping a downward-facing arrow on the right side of an episode.

I don’t use One-Tap Play (I listen to podcasts in Overcast by adding them to a catch-all Queue playlist, so having easier access to the bar is more convenient for me), but I know that thousands of users prefer this behavior. It makes sense to make it a Nitpicky Detail in the app for those who want it.

The biggest feature addition to Overcast 4.0 is drag and drop to reorder episodes in a playlist. Thanks to iOS 11’s drag and drop framework, Arment has been able to replace his old custom implementation of episode reordering and adopt a system-wide behavior that is consistent with other iOS 11 apps. On both the iPhone and iPad, you can hold down on an episode in a playlist to lift it up and drop it elsewhere in the current playlist or in another playlist altogether. Native drag and drop means Overcast benefits from all the options Apple baked into the framework: you can pick up multiple episodes at once with multi-select; dragging doesn’t block interactions with the rest of the interface (so you can tap around and open other playlists as you’re holding an episode); and, on the iPad, you can even drag an episode out of Overcast and drop it in another app (this will export the episode title and URL).

As someone who likes Castro’s triage-based system but prefers Overcast’s audio experience, I find drag and drop support in Overcast particularly effective. In my Queue playlist, I can quickly reorder episodes based on what I want to play next, and I can also pick up multiple episodes at once from the All Episodes list and drop them into the Queue without having to tap the ‘Add’ button multiple times in a row.

Unfortunately, as also mentioned in Overcast’s release notes, support for drag and drop is extremely basic at this point, especially when compared to a rich implementation of the technology such as Supertop’s. There’s no haptic feedback when reordering episodes, and no custom item previews for in-progress drags; Overcast doesn’t visually communicate drop areas with UI highlights (something that Castro does well with its queue), and the app doesn’t support spring-loading either. And more importantly, you cannot pick up episodes from every screen in Overcast: right now, only episodes inside playlists support drag and drop. However, Arment is promising “more coming later” for drag and drop in Overcast, which suggests the app’s new foundation should unlock more advanced uses of the feature in the months ahead.

Speaking of drag and drop, Overcast 4.0 turns off 3D Touch by default to avoid possible interference with the long-tap gesture to start dragging episodes. Personally, I never had this kind of problem, but I understand why the difference between a normal long-tap and a 3D Touch press requires fine motor skills that can be an issue for many. There’s a Nitpicky Detail to re-enable 3D Touch to open an episode’s info; I’ve kept it disabled for now as Overcast prominently features an info button to quickly open show notes next to an episode’s title.

Overcast 4.0 may not have a splashy new design or major feature changes, but I believe Arment made a good call in rewriting the app’s UI for iOS 11 and the iPhone X and focusing on refinements and overall polish for now. I’d rather have Overcast look great on my iPhone X this weekend than wait for months and use it in letterboxed mode.

Overcast’s audio experience continues to be unparalleled (I’ve tried other clients’ versions of Smart Speed; they don’t sound nearly as good as Overcast’s) and it feels like, after months of work, Arment has a better foundation to build upon. As I suspected, after my annual stint with Apple’s Podcasts app, Overcast is back on my Home screen, and I’m excited to see where Arment will take it next.

Overcast 4.0 is available on the App Store.

PlayStation News: PS5 Release date, PS4 Pro 4K game boost, PSVR Price drop, NEW controller

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PlayStation News: PS5 release date, PS4 Pro 4K updates, PSVR price drop incoming?

While there’s no telling when PlayStation bosses will reveal a new console to rival Microsoft’s or Nintendo’s resurgence with the , it’s possible that Sony fans could learn more about the companies future plans next week.

Shawn Layden – Chairman of Worldwide Studios and President of Sony Interactive Entertainment America – already signalled the companies intention to release a PS5 console at some stage in the future.

The boss told German website Golem that a PS5 “is coming” but it will “probably be some time” before it’s released.

However, on 25 October the London Science Museum will host ‘The Evolution of Gaming’ expo with a series of guests who will be celebrating the last 40 years of gaming but more importantly the future of gaming as well.

One individual involved with the event is former Sony Computer Entertainment president Phil Harrison, and hopefully he’ll be able to offer some insight into what the PS5 might be capable of, how it might differ from the existing PS4 and (fingers crossed) when he believes we can expect a release date.

Other panellists at the event include Rebellion co-founders Chris and Jason Kingsley, who both worked so closely with PlayStation VR to release Battlezone, so hopefully we’ll also learn what the future holds for PSVR in the future and potenially as part of plans for a PlayStation 5.

If that wasn’t enough, the evening will also host the world premiere of footage from forthcoming documentary The PlayStation Revolution. For more info go to 

In the here and now, this week PS4 Pro users were given a mixed bag of news when it came to updates for some rather recent releases, including and .

Most players were surprised to find that while Bethesda had indicated The Evil Within 2 would support the PS4 Pro, that analysis had confirmed that the game at launch doesn’t offer specific PS4 Pro enhancements.

Now it appears as though a PS4 Pro patch has been confirmed by Bethesda.

Jurassica, Bethesda’s community administrator, said on the publisher’s official forums that the patch officially in the works.

“We’re working on an update for PS4 Pro and Xbox One X”, the post states. “When we have more information, we’ll happily update you. Thanks!”

Bethesda had already announced it would support the One X and PS4 Pro earlier in the year, but boxart for the game didn’t suggest either – leading fans to speculate. It’s nice to have official confirmation.

In other less positive news, Digital Foundry has also discovered that the PS4 Pro version of Middle Earth: Shadow of War isn’t anywhere near as powerful as the Xbox One X version.

This could be dangerous news for Sony: if many other games also outperform the Pro on the One X, we could see a shift in the industry from PS4 to Xbox One.

But without knowing what the reception will be like to the Xbox One X just yet, we’ll just have to wait and see what the future holds on that front for the time being.

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In PSVR news, it looks like we could be seeing a price drop for the popular virtual reality peripheral.

The Virtual Reality headset recently turned one year old and earlier this week Sony released a new package tied in with the release of Gran Turismo Sport which also offers a VR experience.

Thanks to this new bundle put out by Sony, you can nab the game and a VR headset for pretty cheap this holiday.

Sony has put on sale a copy of GT Sport, PlayStation VR Worlds, the headset and the PlayStation Camera into one box for the standard price of £349.99 in the UK.

That’s the cheapest you’re going to find the VR headset anywhere for new.

The only downside is that it doesn’t include the PS Move controllers required to play all the games in PSVR Worlds, however.

But, it’s quite possible you might already own some older move controllers which will still do the job.

Finally this week, Sony has announced another new PS4 Dual Shock controller will soon be released.

Called “Sunset Orange,” the new pad is an official DualShock 4 – that’s the same pad you’ll pick up in any PS4 bundle – and offsets usual reliance on black, white, red and blue.

The PlayStation 4 controller launches on November 14 in Australia and Europe.

Sony has not yet confirmed whether the controller will see a release in North America.

If you like the slick new orange pad and live in the UK, Ireland, France, Poland, Russia, the Middle East, and Africa – bad luck… because the console definitely won’t be sold in any of these regions.

The special edition controller is priced at $100 in Australia, but no other specific prices are available for the pad.

You can see the other pads Sony officially licensed recently on our weekly round-up from earlier in the month.

How to use drag and drop in iOS 11: Three tips for improving your workflow

Apple offers lots of new features in iOS 11, and one of the biggest changes is the addition of drag and drop—a feature that is typically reserved for desktop OSes.

There are various ways that iPad users can use drag and drop. iPhone users gain the ability to drag and drop inside of apps, but iOS 11 does not allow for dragging and dropping between apps; any drag and drop action started in an app on iPhone is canceled when the user taps the home button. This is not the case on an iPad, as you’ll see in this how-to article. We’ll cover three iOS 11 tips:

  • How to drag apps onto an iPad screen;
  • How to drag files to apps using an iPad; and
  • How to easily rearrange the home screen on an iPhone or an iPad.

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How to drag apps onto an iPad screen

Previously, Apple introduced a method to run two apps side-by-side in a process called Split Screening. This process has been somewhat removed in place of new functionality in iOS 11.

With iOS 11 you can drag and drop apps to create a split screen mode with two apps, or throw a third app into the mix for a total of three apps simultaneously displayed on the screen and running at the same time.

To use split screen mode with two apps in iOS 11, perform these steps.

  1. Open an app.
  2. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to bring up the Dock.
  3. Drag and drop an app from the Dock onto the left or right-most side of the screen (Figure A).

Figure A


The Dock serves as the main hub for multitasking in iOS 11, allowing multiple tasks to be performed with it.

When you do this, the second app you dragged and dropped will display alongside the first app that was running.

To run a third app alongside the split screen mode, you will need to drag and drop another app from the Dock in the same manner. It will appear to float above the split screen and can be dragged to either side of the screen, or flicked off the side of the screen to dismiss it.

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How to drag files to apps using an iPad

One big change in iOS 11 is the ability to drag and drop files onto the app icons in the Dock to launch the file in that app, just as you would on a desktop operating system.

For example, this is great for opening files in apps that would normally not open those files. Let’s say you have PowerPoint and Keynote installed on your iPad, but you want to open a PowerPoint document from the Files app in Keynote—just drag and drop the file onto the Keynote icon in the Dock, and voila!

This functionality is available in the Files app on iOS 11 and requires following these steps.

  1. Open the Files app and navigate to the file you want to open.
  2. Drag the file and flick up from the bottom of the iPad screen with your other hand to show the Dock.
  3. Drag the file onto the icon in the Dock for the app that you’d like to open the file (Figure B) and continue to hold until the app is launched, and then drop the file.

Figure B


Some third-party apps are gaining the functionality to perform this action; many Apple apps have had the functionality since iOS 11 was released.

How to easily rearrange the home screen on an iPhone or an iPad

With iOS 11, Apple has made the chore of rearranging apps into folders and screens easier by allowing multiple apps to be dragged and dropped on the home screen.

To drag and drop multiple apps into a folder on the home screen, perform these steps.

  1. Press and hold on the icons until they start to jiggle (it’s the same as with previous iOS releases).
  2. Drag one app, then with another hand, tap other apps. Each app tapped will be placed in the drag stack.
  3. Complete the drag and drop into a folder, and all of the apps that were tapped will be moved.

This process makes rearranging apps into folders much easier than previously in which users had to drag and drop each app individually instead of bulk dragging and dropping multiple apps.

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Ulysses and Chrome updated with Drag and Drop, other iOS 11 enhancements

A month after the public release of iOS 11, apps continue to be updated with support for the new features in Apple’s latest operating system. Today, popular writing app Ulysses and Google Chrome were both updated with support for new iOS 11 functionality…

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Ulysses has added a host of new capabilities, including optimization for iOS 11. The app’s interface has been “revamped” to better support the iOS 11 design, while there’s also support for Drag and Drop both within the app and from outside applications. Drag and Drop allows you to reorder sheets and move them between groups, rearrange images and text, move text from Ulysses to other apps like Pages, and much more.

Version 12 also introduces a new Unified Library functionality. With this, you can view all of your documents directly from the library and quickly switch between iCloud, local, and Dropbox.

The update also brings iPad enhancements, a few new user-requested features, and more. See the full change log below:

Fully Optimized for iOS 11

  • Revamped interface to fit iOS 11 look & feel
  • Support for Drag and Drop throughout the app
  • Support for Drag and Drop into and out of Ulysses
  • Updated the way Ulysses behaves in various split view scenarios on iPad
  • Added sheet list swipe actions for keywords and favorites

Drag and Drop

  • Reorder sheets
  • Move sheets between groups
  • Drop images and text into the editor
  • Move text around the editor
  • Drag text from Ulysses to Pages etc.
  • Drag links from Safari into Ulysses
  • And. So. On.

Unified Library

  • All sections are now available in the library
  • Quickly switch between iCloud, On My iPhone/iPad and Dropbox
  • Sections can be collapsed and/or hidden
  • Focus on single/nested groups in the library

Reworked interaction between all views on iPad

  • You can now keep attachments open while writing in the editor
  • You can now keep the sheet list open while writing in the editor
  • You can now keep both the library and sheet list open while writing on iPad Pro 12.9″

User Requests

  • Added support for inline image previews in editor
  • Added shortcuts to move lines up or down (currently requires external keyboard, sorry)
  • Added ability to filter sheets for “any keyword” or “no keyword”


  • Login passwords for WordPress can now be auto-filled from the system keychain
  • Marked tags are now correctly exported to HTML or ePub
  • VoiceOver: Added custom accessibility rotor to navigate between headings and misspelled words
  • Fixed bugs and improved overall stability of the app

Google Chrome has added two new Today widgets for quickly accessing information directly from the homepage. For iOS 11 on the iPad, there’s also support for Drag and Drop, allowing you to drag a URL from another app directly into the address bar or tab strip, and vice versa.

Here’s the full change log for today’s Chrome update:

  • Check out Chrome’s two new Today widgets. You will need to add them by tapping the Edit button at the bottom of the iOS Search screen
  • On iOS 11 iPads, you can now drag a URL from another app and drop it into Chrome’s omnibox or the tab strip, or from Chrome’s content area to another app

Google Chrome is available for free on the App Store, as is Ulysses. Ulysses, however, requires a subscription of $4.99 per month or $39.99 per year.

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