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by Destructor1701
10 Jan 2017 16:46
Forum: Feedback and Suggestions
Topic: Plate Tectonics as Gifs
Replies: 9
Views: 6763

Plate Tectonics as Gifs

Nifty gifs, though.
by Destructor1701
03 Jan 2017 12:42
Forum: Mods and Addons
Topic: BambusDude's Nebulae 5.0!
Replies: 80
Views: 37520

Bambusmans Nebulae 3.5!

Your screenshots link is 404 not found.
by Destructor1701
28 Dec 2016 19:37
Forum: Development
Topic: Steam beta testers
Replies: 63
Views: 26086

Steam beta testers

Can't confirm right now, but I think the same star shaders work fine on my i7 HD7770 desktop machine in the new update, so it may be a driver issue on intel for those particular shaders... no idea if that makes sense.
by Destructor1701
28 Dec 2016 04:37
Forum: Development
Topic: Steam beta testers
Replies: 63
Views: 26086

Steam beta testers

Thanks Jack! That solved it. Why didn't I think of testing it without the addons folder!?

...because I forgot I had a star mod in there, that's why.

Sorry to bother you, everyone!
by Destructor1701
27 Dec 2016 18:52
Forum: Development
Topic: Steam beta testers
Replies: 63
Views: 26086

Steam beta testers

So... where's that Steam Beta Testing forum? Most recent update is sweet, love the new UI. Haven't had a chance to check out the new shaders (not sure if they're in this one and not loading because of my laptop's hardware - I'll try them on my desktop with an i7 and a HD7770 when I have it set up co...
by Destructor1701
27 Dec 2016 08:32
Forum: Feedback and Suggestions
Topic: General suggestions for SpaceEngine
Replies: 1304
Views: 282068

General suggestions for SpaceEngine

Suggestion: Currently, as you bring the camera near a planet manually, you remain following the last object you left until you are within a few tens of kilometres of the surface (or maybe it's a percentage of the planet's radius of the surface or something), whereupon you suddenly snap into followin...
by Destructor1701
16 Dec 2016 14:44
Forum: General Discussions
Topic: How can I tell how long a day is on a planet?
Replies: 12
Views: 5362

How can I tell how long a day is on a planet?

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It's called a Solar Day because that's how long the Sun takes to get to the same angle in the sky again after a full rotation of the Earth.
by Destructor1701
08 Dec 2016 17:04
Forum: Development
Topic: Steam beta testers
Replies: 63
Views: 26086

Steam beta testers

(After several hours of wrestling with the login system)

I am me!

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by Destructor1701
28 Nov 2016 11:23
Forum: Development
Topic: Work progress 0.990
Replies: 1451
Views: 544292

Work progress - 0.9.8.1

I gotta say I'm excited for the "waypoint" objects - it'll allow for some interesting navigation, but also make machinima in the engine a bit easier. Space Engineer, can we load spacecraft in a script? If so, when you execute a script, will the Engine wait until all the script's assets hav...