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15 Jul 2017 14:44

01Aladdin wrote:
Don't tempt me lol... Last site i put my heart n soul into i got "Forum Lord" status for 15,000 posts lmao. I shall contain myself here though. Im barely a learner driver in the program, finding new ways to view things every time i log in. Sadly not as much time for it as i'd like but i'm loving every trip. 

Question: is it allowed to make videos, pictures etc and post them in places like youtube and faceplant etc?

Lmao! 15.000 posts!? That's more than here I cold ever do! :lol:
And it is allowed to post anything you like here. :)
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16 Jul 2017 20:06

Okie dokie, always would credit the program any images are taken from.

Next question, and i realize i might be in the wrong hole - zipping about the galaxy and a little bit outside of it (one must get ones feet wet before diving into other galaxies right?) one has found a handful of life-bearing worlds. I read something in here about catalogues? I just press a star n go there. The question is: is it possible one might stumble across another user or are we entirely alone while we zip about? Are there worlds in here with more than just "life", worlds with civilizations or some such? I never know what to expect. Just turned my graphics all the way up and yup that's muchhhhhhhhh more exciting when you land lol. Damn. I sound totally newbified. Wondering should i ask what the various acronyms are :/
 
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16 Jul 2017 23:38

01Aladdin wrote:
Source of the post The question is: is it possible one might stumble across another user or are we entirely alone while we zip about?

You are entirely alone, SE is an offline program, at least for now.

01Aladdin wrote:
Source of the post Are there worlds in here with more than just "life", worlds with civilizations or some such? I never know what to expect

No, for now the most you can find is "life".
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19 Jul 2017 11:48

how SE updates with the new discoverments about new exoplanets? kelt 9 system is already added?
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19 Jul 2017 12:32

The RMA wrote:
Source of the post how SE updates with the new discoverments about new exoplanets? kelt 9 system is already added?

Right now, by expanding the catalogue with new exoplanets every new version, or by leaving to the user the chance of doing that, by installing exoplanet addon scripts available in threads, or by creating a script with the help of the manual.
Kelt-9b doesn't seem to be yet in SE catalogue.
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19 Jul 2017 13:54

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Source of the post kelt 9 system is already added?

Made a small addon for Kelt-9 b. Look here.
 
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21 Jul 2017 14:10

On the forum user's profile badge to the left on this screen, what does the colored bar, located above the number of posts a user has made, represent? At first I thought it was a loading bar that froze up lol.
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21 Jul 2017 14:44

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post On the forum user's profile badge to the left on this screen, what does the colored bar, located above the number of posts a user has made, represent?

Rank, determined by number of posts.
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21 Jul 2017 16:51

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Source of the post Rank, determined by number of posts

but, but... I've got more post than you lol

(WHOA, I just made this my 300th post with this :o , became a Pioneer and gained a blue dot on the right, wowow)
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21 Jul 2017 16:57

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Source of the post but, but... I've got more post than you lol

SE Team members get special ranks.
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22 Jul 2017 15:15

Mosfet wrote:
The RMA wrote:
Source of the post how SE updates with the new discoverments about new exoplanets? kelt 9 system is already added?

Right now, by expanding the catalogue with new exoplanets every new version, or by leaving to the user the chance of doing that, by installing exoplanet addon scripts available in threads, or by creating a script with the help of the manual.
Kelt-9b doesn't seem to be yet in SE catalogue.

I have a question - Updates... Are they automatic and just happen or does a newbified newberator like myself have to go searching and download and install updates manually? If so, how's one do this? And are you the SAME Mosfet i had enormous respect for elsewhere? If you are, you'll know lol.
 
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22 Jul 2017 16:01

01Aladdin wrote:
Source of the post Updates... Are they automatic

No. Updates are manual, and will continue to be until there is a publicly available version on Steam.
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22 Jul 2017 17:07

01Aladdin wrote:
Source of the post If you are, you'll know lol.

I wouldn't know, then I'm not :)
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23 Jul 2017 01:54

Okie dokie... manual updates... how does one retrieve and install them?
 
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23 Jul 2017 03:02

01Aladdin wrote:
Source of the post Okie dokie... manual updates... how does one retrieve and install them?

Whenever there is an update, it will be mentioned on the forum, on the news section of the site, and will be put in the downloads section.
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