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bryanveloso / cloudSettings
Last active Aug 4, 2020
VSCode Settings Sync
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Last active May 21, 2019
(Almost) all of the pertinent user experience changes that were released between 4.0 and 4.58.

(NOTE: This was meant to be a YouTube video, but I ultimately decided against it.)

Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood, A Look Back at the UI Changes

Over the lifetime of Final Fantasy XIV's Stormblood expansion: there have been 24 official patches. Thirteen of them contained user experience changes, and many major features added: Blue Mage, the Eureka experience, the Glamour Dresser, and more. In this case I'm classifying major as any feature that required more than a couple changes to the user experience.

With so many changes, especially ones related to the major features added during the course of the expansion, I'm only going to cover the UI changes and quality-of-life updates I feel affect your everyday gameplay, or updates people may have overlooked. If I didn’t do that, I’d literally be reading the patch notes. I've posted my full set of notes in a Gist (this document), please forgive me if my notes can be a bit... lazy at times.



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bryanveloso / autoexec.cfg
Last active Jan 3, 2016
My Dota 2 configuration.
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con_enable "1" // Enables the console.
dota_disable_range_finder "1" // Activate the visual spell range indicator.
dota_minimap_misclick_time "0.3" // Delay threshold to accept clicks on the mini-map.
dota_player_units_auto_attack "0" // Disable auto-attack.
dota_force_right_click_attack "1" // Enable right-click deny.
dota_range_display "1200"
dota_screen_shake "1"
dota_player_multipler_orders "0"
dota_unit_fly_bonus_height "150"
bryanveloso /
Created Oct 21, 2013
A developing list of my favorite anime intro songs.

This is a work-in-progress list of my favorite anime intros. While I am not as dedicated to anime as I am to the JRPG, I have watched a good amount. That said, my memory sucks, so this list will definitely be missing a lot.

  • Tank, Seatbelts -- Cowboy Bebop (opening)
  • A Cruel Angel's Thesis, Yoko Takahashi -- Neon Genesis Evangelion (opening)
  • Period, Chemistry -- Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood (fourth opening)
  • Guren no Yumiya, Linked Horizon -- Attack on Titan (first opening)
  • Ready Steady Go, L'Arc-en-Ciel -- Fullmetal Alchemist (second opening)
  • We Gotta Power, Hironobu Kageyama -- Dragonball Z (second opening)
  • Cha-La Head-Cha-La, Hironobu Kageyama -- Dragonball Z (first opening)
bryanveloso /
Created Mar 11, 2013
Fix AirPlay audio when OS X refuses to select an AppleTV as an audio output.
sudo kill `ps -ax | grep 'coreaudiod' | grep 'sbin' |awk '{print $1}'`
bryanveloso / S1Engine.ini
Last active Jul 9, 2020
My edited S1Engine configuration for TERA Online.
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bryanveloso / ff_favorites.rst
Last active May 23, 2020
I live for the J/RPG.
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This is an opinionated list of my top 10 favorite entries in the Final Fantasy series.

  1. Final Fantasy XIV
  2. Final Fantasy IV (Nostalgic Favorite.)
  3. Final Fantasy VII: Remake
  4. Final Fantasy XV
  5. Final Fantasy Tactics (Preference given to the "War of the Lions" remake.)
  6. Final Fantasy XII
  7. Final Fantasy VI
  8. Final Fantasy VII
bryanveloso / we-support-rest.rst
Created Jul 19, 2012
Love for reStructuredText.
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import unittest

from fake_github_api_of_death import close_issue

class Highlighting(unittest.TestCase):

    def setUp(self):
        self.tagline = "HIGHLIGHT ALL OF THE REST CODE BLOCKS!?"
bryanveloso /
Created Mar 20, 2012
Bryan's Favorite Final Fantasy Albums.

My Favorite Final Fantasy Albums

This is a list, but certainly not an exhaustive list of my favorite Final Fantasy albums. Albums marked in italics signify that the album contains tracks from Final Fantasy but also from other Square, SquareSoft and Square ENIX games.

As you can see, there are no 3rd party albums listed here. While I am a fan of fan and cover band remixes of Final Fantasy music, in my view they hardly beat the first party content that was created by Nobuo Uematsu and those who followed in his footsteps, such as Masashi Hamauzu.

Original Soundtracks

  • Final Fantasy IV Original Sound Version
  • Final Fantasy IX Original Soundtrack
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