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Remilia
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13 Apr 2018 18:38

Scratch that, it has a mass of 4 [i]million[/i] tons.
 
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08 Sep 2018 13:20

has anyone made an iss ship for 0.9.8.0?
 
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08 Sep 2018 13:23

i know how to get the original mod here http://old.spaceengine.org/forum/17-2613-1 but i cant get it to work
 
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26 Oct 2018 08:50

This tools may come in very handy
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Propulsion Disk
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17 Feb 2019 14:22

In the "Online spacecraft editor" thing, when I click the export to se sss file button it doesn't do anything, (and I have the folders it said to make, models/spacecrafts even though i'm guessing it should still work anyway) and when I click the save to file button, it brings up a blank page instead of making a json file or whatever it's supposed to do. Please help and if you need more information I will try to give you just that. Thank you in advance.
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17 Feb 2019 14:29

Propulsion Disk, which version are you trying to use, online version or offline version? Which browser are you using and which version?
There's a possibility that your "save as.." window when exporting is hidden in background, did you try to cycle through your programs with Alt-Tab?
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Propulsion Disk
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17 Feb 2019 14:35

Mosfet wrote:
Source of the post which version are you trying to use, online version or offline version?

Online version.
Mosfet wrote:
Source of the post  Which browser are you using and which version?

The latest version of internet browser.
Mosfet wrote:
Source of the post There's a possibility that your "save as.." window when exporting is hidden in background, did you try to cycle through your programs with Alt-Tab?

Nope, the "save as" window was not coming up, I checked.
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18 Feb 2019 01:29

By "internet browser" I suppose you mean Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, or Microsoft Edge if you're using Windows 10.
A blank page does indeed appear when you "save spacecraft to file" with IE 11. The fact that "Save as" doesn't appear when you try and save as .sss could be related to some browser incompatibility.
While I never use Edge, the ship editor does seem to work correctly with it.

I suggest using a different browser, both latest Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox work with the online ship editor in Windows 10 and should work in Windows 7 too.
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18 Feb 2019 07:28

Mosfet wrote:
Source of the post By "internet browser" I suppose you mean Microsoft Internet Explorer 11

Gah! I knew I got the name wrong!
Mosfet wrote:
Source of the post both latest Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox work with the online ship editor in Windows 10 and should work in Windows 7 too.

Good, I can use edge, because I have both actually. But anyway, thanks Mosfet!
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Arturo100
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24 Mar 2019 09:43

On my screen I can't see the rest of the modules.
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