fixed the issue. Will look into that further It is a standard approach to round-up the global work size to a multiple of local work size. In this case, we have to add bound checks inside the kernel to make sure only those work items perform computation which fall inside the valid data range. It can be done by specifying the actual data size as a kernel parameter and comparing it with the global index of work item. An example kernel will look like this:
__kernel void example_kernel(__global int* input, __global int* output, int dataSize)
int index = get_global_id(0);
if (index < dataSize)
rest of the kernel...
I hava make a script mod to make remote computers work, but some computer work different
I wish did fix the issue. When having this kind of trouble, the first thing you should do is check the output of ':map '. In this case there was a later mapping. Remapping my setup made things work as expected.
Can't make font-weight work how do i make it work?
Hope that helps Your 800 value is overruled by the default browser setting of 700 for h2 elements since you only applied it to .titles. You need to apply font-weight: 800 specifically to the h2 element.