Bicycle parts in English can be found in following page
I also cached it as below
Terminology index - a list of bike part names and cycling concepts (Cache)
There's a handy reference at the Park Tool Co. website, a bike repair map; it's a diagram of a bike with all the parts labeled, and is very handy! At the moment, the diagram is up at parktool.com/blog/repair-help. (They've changed the URL in the past, so this link may break.)
A road bike has the following parts (source):
A mountain bike has the following parts (source):
Edit: This page is meant to identify what things or concepts are (as per this thread in meta). If you want to recommend an accessory or a specific product you've found handy, please use the accessories page.
eWeLink could not detect new Sonoff switch
Spent a few hours troubleshoot the eWeLink could not add Sonoff switch issue.
- Tried to move the switch near to WiFi router
- Separate bands in router
- Connect to different router
- Change phone, between iPhone and Android phone
After a few hours, still could not detect Sonoff switch.
In the evening, the suddenly can detect, but could not download device info, got error 401. Then I think it was caused by me after reset password, then used the phone which performed password reset to try again. Finally the device was added successfully.
Then tried at night again, everything ok.
I think it was caused by eWeLink website issue, which could not register new device. And once issue happened, need to reset the device to let the eWeLink App detects again, and I didn't notice the message as well.
Strange result of verifying APE Audio File
In Monkey’s Audio, there is a function called Verify, which should verify integrity of APE audio files.
But after I downloaded the latest version of Monkey's Audio (version 7.21), then I don't believe it can do any more.
I got a few files which are different than another set of same files. They come from same source, shoud be identical, but there are a few bytes different. Then I used Monkey's Audio to test all of them, they all past the verification.
There are some other issues too, the Monkey's Audio could not add directory, I tried many time, just nothing added. But I can add files.
Chinese Steamed Buns (馒头)
- 300g all-purpose flour
- 1.5 teaspoon instant yeast
- 2 tablespoons sugar (optional)
- 150g water or 20ml more if needed
- a tiny pinch of salt (around 1.5% of the dough)
- Add ingredients
- Stir using chopsticks
- Use hand to knead dough
- Till dough's surface becomes smooth
- Put dough into container, use wet tower cover it up
- First rising, until double size (can be 1 hour, 3 hours, or even longer. Such as overnight in refrigerator)
- Knead dough till it become normal size
- Separate it into smaller pieces
- Put them into steam box resting for 10 minutes
- Set up steamer with cold water
- Steam 18-20 minutes after boiling
- Turn off fire
- Wait for 5 minutes
- Pick them up
Mi Bluetooth Audio Receiver User Manual
This bluetooth audio receiver is very light, very suitable for sports.
Can not adjust volume, and also can not use the headset to adjust the volume if the headset has volume control.
Only support bluetooth 4.2. Anyway, for sports, it is very good as audio quality is not that important.
97mAh built-in battery
Maximum continuous playing time: 4 hours
Working distance: 10 meters
Charging port: Micro USB
Wireless connection: bluetooth version 4.2
Input parameters: 5V1A
Implementation of the standard: Q / WMSX007-2017
CMIIT ID: 2017DP3366
bluetooth protocol: HFP / HSP / A2DP / AVRCP
Compatible with external headphones: support 3-segment 3.5mm plug stereo headphones; support 4-segment 3.5mm plug GB and American standard phone headset (OMTP/CTIA automatic identification switch)
1 x Xiaomi bluetooth Remote 4.2 Audio Wireless Receiver
1 x 3.5mm Audio Cable
Placing fingers for FPS gaming
Frames per second (FPS) gaming requires muscle memory, fast response is not only needs for screen, but also for player, there is no time to move eyes from screen to hands at all.
Place fingers correctly while gaming can take advantage, such as fast response, less mistake, less stress, etc. Following placement just a guide for some games, such as genshin impact, etc.
- Middle finger on W and alternate it between S
- Index finger on D
- Ring finger on A
- Pinky finger on shift alternating to Ctrl when needing to crouch
- Thumb finger over space alternating to C/X/Z for the commands
If you put keyboard flat, you may able to use the palm near to your pinky finger to hit control. In this case, you need to use Middle/Index/Ring to hit C/X/Z, anyway, thumb is not easy to reach them as well.
Most of buttons and sticks are very obvious, except bumpers and triggers.
- Index finger on bumper
- Middle finger on trigger
Xbox Series X|S Wireless Controller
The Xbox Series X|S wireless controller works with Xbox One, Windows 10, and cloud gaming devices.
|1||Left stick||10||Expansion port|
|2||Left bumper||11||Right stick|
|3||View button||12||Left trigger|
|4||Xbox button||13||USB-C power port|
|5||Share button||X||X button|
|6||Menu button||Y||Y button|
|7||Right bumper||A||A button|
|8||Directional pad (D-pad)||B||B button|
Game Genshin Impact
Used a lot of time playing this game these days, the graphic is supper good, surprisingly no headache at all.
Tried a few devices, such as iPad 8 Generation, Huawei P20, iPhone 11 Max, but only iPhone 11 Max is fast although it is heavy.