It doesn't really matter because I can't do much about Windows or the way HL is hard-coded, but I'd still like to know which part went wrong.I'm thinking it's a problem with how it's handling the if/else/elseif logic.
More interestingly if you change the style of the At-Will names in the file, it changes the style of the other cards as well.
If the At-Will color code in the powercard file are commented out, they go grey but the encounter powers get their red bar back.
I'm not sure whats making it execute differently, and it's too late for me to think about that right now.
Maybe I'll try rewriting it as a long and ugly nested if-else-endif chain instead of the elseif chain tomorrow. The data files are correct, and are formatted correctly.
Currently, I work for a NGO and want to continue my passion in Dominican Republic.
Do any of you have any suggestions on which organizations I can contact in Punta Cana? Carol The Grupo Punta Cana's Foundation does exactly that sort of work, at environmental as well as community level - you could contact them and offer your services: PUNTACANA Ecological Foundation https://
My name is Carol and I am a Canadian moving to Punta Cana in Dec as I landed a contract job for 3 months.
While I'm there, I would like to volunteer for any organization related to social development, such as environmental sustainability or empower the children from the restraints of poverty & lack of opportunity.
Active MQConnection Factory.create Connection(Active MQConnection Factory.java:17 at org.apache.ch3.portfolio.
Plain Socket Impl.connect To Address(Plain Socket Impl.java:195) at Socket.connect(Socket.java:529) at org.apache.activemq.
The powercards design document specifies that encounter powers should use the encounter style, and at-will powers should use the at-will style.