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30 May 2019 03:34

No, in green areas you'll see grass, in white areas - snow:

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30 May 2019 04:42

The next 0.990 pre-release stream will be next Thursday, June 6, at 17:00 UTC

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30 May 2019 06:22

HarbingerDawn wrote:
The next 0.990 pre-release stream will be next Wednesday, June 5, at 17:00 UTC



Haha yes!
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01 Jun 2019 15:55

SpaceEngineer wrote:
No, in green areas you'll see grass, in white areas - snow:

How does SE know when to use the grass and snow textures on a planet with bitmapped textures? Does it depend on the color of the underlying bitmap, or the latitude, or does SE have biome maps now?
 
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01 Jun 2019 17:31

Julian wrote:
Source of the post color of the underlying bitmap

Yes. This, the slope of the terrain, and the planet's classification.
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04 Jun 2019 10:52

Unfortunately I need to postpone the next stream by a day. It will now be on Thursday, June 6, at 17:00 UTC
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04 Jun 2019 11:23

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Unfortunately I need to postpone the next stream by a day. It will now be on Thursday, June 6, at 17:00 UTC


What happened?
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04 Jun 2019 16:09

Macronicus wrote:
Source of the post What happened?

I forgot about something I needed to do during that time.
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13 Jun 2019 00:20

In your last stream, you tried to use the map view to look for supernova remnants but couldn't find any. Since SE makes supernova remnants so dim, a better approach would be to turn off stars, clusters and galaxies, and turn up the magnitude limit for nebulae to the maximum of 20.
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13 Jun 2019 00:35

Julian wrote:
In your last stream, you tried to use the map view to look for supernova remnants but couldn't find any. Since SE makes supernova remnants so dim, a better approach would be to turn off stars, clusters and galaxies, and turn up the magnitude limit for nebulae to the maximum of 20.
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You actually found one!?
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