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05 Jun 2017 18:00

^ *Whatever Graphics Setting are the Best
 
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10 Jun 2017 13:39

You may want to add groups/discussions for Linux and Mac development. I use Linux often and having a wide variety of people with different system configurations can help a lot -- I'd certainly be willing to help out.
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25 Jun 2017 18:44

I'm raising my kids on Chromebooks with dual boot Linux, they loved Space Engine before my PC broke. We all can't wait to use it again on Linux! 
 
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05 Sep 2017 21:32

Just want to second the motion of adding this simulator to the Mac.  PLEASE.  Love what your doing with it.  I currently own a 2016 model of a MacBook Pro.  I understand that the workplace graphic cards might not be suitable, but I am sure it could perform fairly decently.  
 
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18 Sep 2017 05:27

Thanks for the previous response about N-body physics (In April!...sorry I didn't get back to this sooner). I had hoped to see a Mac version by this point. Any timetable for that?
 
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24 Sep 2017 04:06

So it seems the toolbar loading code is in xtra_res.cpp. Can you try to debug it and see what call is failing on OSX?
 
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24 Sep 2017 15:16

I think is good to implement a update to instal SE in linux Ubuntu, we can't do it actualy.
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