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09 Sep 2018 11:58

Just curious, what's left to do in terms of debugging?
 
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09 Sep 2018 13:03

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Will there still be support for the old nebulae in 0.990 or will it be removed entirely?

Old nebulae will still be there.
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09 Sep 2018 13:56

Mosfet wrote:
TheRedstoneHive wrote:
Will there still be support for the old nebulae in 0.990 or will it be removed entirely?

Old nebulae will still be there.


Why?
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09 Sep 2018 16:05

Because recreating the entirety of existing real nebulae with new raymarching shaders right now is not possible, only for some of them and quite some work. So the old method will still be there.
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09 Sep 2018 18:09

Mosfet wrote:
Because recreating the entirety of existing real nebulae with new raymarching shaders right now is not possible, only for some of them and quite some work. So the old method will still be there.


You mean procedural ones will have the ray marched while the real ones like orion nebula will still have the old ones?
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11 Sep 2018 07:17

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Source of the post You mean procedural ones will have the ray marched while the real ones like orion nebula will still have the old ones?

That's it. 
 
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11 Sep 2018 18:17

Martin wrote:
Source of the post Macronicus wrote:Source of the post You mean procedural ones will have the ray marched while the real ones like orion nebula will still have the old ones?That's it.

Noooooo!!! :roll: oh well, I guess it's fine, at least you have a good reason for it. :)
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12 Sep 2018 08:08

Propulsion Disk wrote:
Source of the post Noooooo!!!  oh well, I guess it's fine, at least you have a good reason for it.

Imagine how hard it will be to transform real nebula into ray marched one!! Maybe people some will successfully recreate the real nebulaes thanks to the nebulae editor and will them publish as addons.
 
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12 Sep 2018 08:16

Martin wrote:
Propulsion Disk wrote:
Source of the post Noooooo!!!  oh well, I guess it's fine, at least you have a good reason for it.

Imagine how hard it will be to transform real nebula into ray marched one!! Maybe people some will successfully recreate the real nebulaes thanks to the nebulae editor and will them publish as addons.


Well that can happen!
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12 Sep 2018 13:04

I have a question! 

Will we see some more procedural galaxy groups and clusters so the procedural universe will look more similar to the cataloged universe? 
 
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14 Sep 2018 14:11

Sion wrote:
I have a question! 

Will we see some more procedural galaxy groups and clusters so the procedural universe will look more similar to the cataloged universe? 

That would be cool! I hope that will be implemented in 0.990 or maybe a little later (0.995 or 1.0).
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Here is a Changelog for 0.990 (Wrok and Progress): http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=31#p83
 
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26 Sep 2018 15:12

At this point it's been sooooo long for us "plebs" that there should be some sort of open 9.9.0 beta for the rest of us to enjoy ffs. Like seriously just release what you have at this point as an open beta for the Space Engine fans that aren't in the "inner circle"... IE the "elitism" enjoyed by some in this community is down right obnoxious to the rest of us and that isn't a good business model if you want to get more donations, support and money for all this work. I would straight donate $100 if you take this seriously and release an open beta, and not just giving me a beta key because I said I would donate but a true open beta for all your fans. 
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26 Sep 2018 16:15

Elitism (in general, not here) is obnoxious yes, but the entitlement on our "pleb" side is just as obnoxious, tbh
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27 Sep 2018 06:43

Starshines wrote:
Source of the post At this point it's been sooooo long for us "plebs" that there should be some sort of open 9.9.0 beta for the rest of us to enjoy ffs. Like seriously just release what you have at this point as an open beta for the Space Engine fans that aren't in the "inner circle"... IE the "elitism" enjoyed by some in this community is down right obnoxious to the rest of us and that isn't a good business model if you want to get more donations, support and money for all this work. I would straight donate $100 if you take this seriously and release an open beta, and not just giving me a beta key because I said I would donate but a true open beta for all your fans. 



the conspirators arrived... :-D

forgive frankness, but the only obnoxious thing is your pedantic tone
 
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27 Sep 2018 08:45

Starshines wrote:
At this point it's been sooooo long for us "plebs" that there should be some sort of open 9.9.0 beta for the rest of us to enjoy ffs. Like seriously just release what you have at this point as an open beta for the Space Engine fans that aren't in the "inner circle"... IE the "elitism" enjoyed by some in this community is down right obnoxious to the rest of us and that isn't a good business model if you want to get more donations, support and money for all this work. I would straight donate $100 if you take this seriously and release an open beta, and not just giving me a beta key because I said I would donate but a true open beta for all your fans. 

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Idk what elitism you're talking about, the majority of us don't have 0990, and development isn't as simple as "just release it as a beta." Have patience! Vladimir knows what he's doing.
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