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14 May 2019 07:32

HarbingerDawn wrote:
Source of the post Any hype that there might be isn't his fault, we don't do anything to build hype, users cultivate an atmosphere of hype entirely by themselves. All we have done is make factual posts about development progress.

I guess that's true
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Source of the post but I can say with confidence that there won't be any more of that before 0.990 release

Fantastic
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Source of the post New features need to be added and bugs fixed to make a solid space sim that companies will want to use. This will provide a lot more funding.

Hmm. Never thought about that.
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19 May 2019 17:00

On Russian forum everything is a lot more sad... Everyone are just like "Okay, we knew it". I even had to upload some screenshots of strange ice giants possessing a krypton (Kr) atmosphere to show that 980 still can make your mind blow.
 
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19 May 2019 17:43

SpaceSpade wrote:
On Russian forum everything is a lot more sad... Everyone are just like "Okay, we knew it". I even had to upload some screenshots of strange ice giants possessing a krypton (Kr) atmosphere to show that 980 still can make your mind blow.

I think we'd like to see that here, too. At least I know I would. Can you post it in the Image Dump thread?
 
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21 May 2019 14:01

Oh, sorry, I'll do it later on Wednesday, be sure to check!
 
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22 May 2019 08:19

This streams are really great and very interesting to follow. Thanks.
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27 May 2019 06:56

Dang, it writes, that it is too large.
 
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28 May 2019 15:06

Next stream on Wednesday, May 29, at 17:00 UTC:

 
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28 May 2019 17:02

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Next stream on Wednesday, May 29, at 17:00 UTC:



Haha yes!
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28 May 2019 20:47

Can we see Terrain 2.0 and SS 64bit?
 
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28 May 2019 23:32

ALL the nebula. Also I wouldn't mind seeing Terrain 2.0 on a terra (or whatever terras are classified as now) with life, and maybe even one of the new nebulas as a backdrop. Also I'd like to see some more of the cosmic webb that's easier to see now in 0.990, the screenshots are nice but it's easier to discern three-dimensional depth in space engine when you're moving as opposed to being stationary ( at least when you're in space) Ultimately though I just want to chill and enjoy the festivities and hype.
 
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29 May 2019 02:59

I really want to see new nebulae, terrain 2.0 and planets in the solar system.
Does anybody really look at this?
 
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29 May 2019 05:56

Cosmic_Dreams wrote:
Source of the post Also I'd like to see some more of the cosmic webb that's easier to see now in 0.990, the screenshots are nice but it's easier to discern three-dimensional depth in space engine when you're moving as opposed to being stationary ( at least when you're in space)

I did that here, you can check it out now if you want.
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29 May 2019 09:31

What do the surfaces of Solar System planets look like now with the highest resolution texture packs?
 
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29 May 2019 16:25

Mostly like they did before. The textures for most worlds aren't much higher (or any higher) in resolution than in the past. If they were, they would require hundreds of gigabytes at least, which is just impractical.
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29 May 2019 19:29

Is the same displacement map for pebbles used on every object with bitmapped textures? For instance, do you still see the same pebbles colored green in green areas on Earth? Or colored white on the polar ice caps?
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