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30 May 2019 10:39

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Source of the post Do they still look this flat when seen from galactic north?:

Yes, they are still relatively flat.
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30 May 2019 11:46

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These types of jets don't depend on the magnetic field. It's matter forced up or down from the accretion disk.

See the discussion I had last year in the Science and Astronomy board.

That's just for radiation, not gas emission.
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30 May 2019 16:49

The radiation is produced by gas being accelerated to relativistic speeds by the magnetic field.
 
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02 Jun 2019 02:19

How to put solarsystemUltra on 0.9.9.0, it's not availible on Steam
 
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02 Jun 2019 03:00

It will be.
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04 Jun 2019 21:16

New blog post: RELEASE DATE!:
http://spaceengine.org/blog190604/
 
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04 Jun 2019 23:13

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
New blog post: RELEASE DATE!:
http://spaceengine.org/blog190604/

OH MY GOD YES! The wait is (almost) finally over! Only 1 week left!
I wonder how much it will cost, but honestly I don't care, this is a Instabuy!^^
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04 Jun 2019 23:22

Typbürste wrote:
TheRedstoneHive wrote:
New blog post: RELEASE DATE!:
http://spaceengine.org/blog190604/

OH MY GOD YES! The wait is (almost) finally over! Only 1 week left!
I wonder how much it will cost, but honestly I don't care, this is a Instabuy!^^
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It will cost $19.99.
 
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05 Jun 2019 00:02

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
Typbürste wrote:
TheRedstoneHive wrote:
New blog post: RELEASE DATE!:
http://spaceengine.org/blog190604/

OH MY GOD YES! The wait is (almost) finally over! Only 1 week left!
I wonder how much it will cost, but honestly I don't care, this is a Instabuy!^^
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It will cost $19.99.

That's a fair price. Same amount in Euro I guess?
 
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06 Jun 2019 02:32

[quote="Mosfet"][quote="default0.0player"][post]29091[/post] Will SpaceEngine 0.990 run?[/quote]
Once installed and if there are no pending updates, SE doesn't need an active connection so it can be used in offline mode.[/quote]

After purchase the 0.990,could you run it via clicking the exe files directly, without the lengthy login process to Steam. D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\SpaceEngine\system\SpaceEngine.exe
 
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06 Jun 2019 04:48

I'm not sure what lengthy login process you're referring to, unless you chose to authenticate for your Steam session every time. If you launch directly the SpaceEngine executable, it does launch the Steam client anyway.
There's also the feature "Create Desktop Shortcut" from the Steam client (right-click on the game name from the library list), which does exactly the same thing.
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06 Jun 2019 21:10

default0.0player wrote:
Source of the post After purchase the 0.990,could you run it via clicking the exe files directly, without the lengthy login process to Steam. D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\SpaceEngine\system\SpaceEngine.exe

Incorrect, it will not run that way. It must be launched through the Steam client.

And Steam does not have a "lengthy login process", if you keep your Steam client always open (like I do), or if you have it save your credentials (save username/password) then login is immediate.
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07 Jun 2019 00:51

[quote="HarbingerDawn"][quote="default0.0player"][post]29379[/post] After purchase the 0.990,could you run it via clicking the exe files directly, without the lengthy login process to Steam. D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\SpaceEngine\system\SpaceEngine.exe[/quote]
Incorrect, it will not run that way. It must be launched through the Steam client.

And Steam does not have a "lengthy login process", if you keep your Steam client always open (like I do), or if you have it save your credentials (save username/password) then login is immediate.[/quote]

What if you are running 0.990 via Steam Client and the internet connection ceased function?Could you continue to launch the SE0.990 via Steam offline "login"?
Sorry about asking this strange question. I don't have a very stable connection so I nearly always play single player game that does not use too much internet connection
 
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07 Jun 2019 03:15

default0.0player wrote:
Source of the post What if you are running 0.990 via Steam Client and the internet connection ceased function?Could you continue to launch the SE0.990 via Steam offline "login"?

If you're running SE and you have lost connection, SpaceEngine doesn't care and still runs, while your Steam client says "No Connection" and not much else. If you close the Steam client, it will close SpaceEngine as well.
If you launch SpaceEngine with no connection, Steam client will ask you if you want to go in "offline mode", then it will launch SpaceEngine.
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07 Jun 2019 03:37

[quote="Mosfet"][quote="default0.0player"][post]29406[/post] What if you are running 0.990 via Steam Client and the internet connection ceased function?Could you continue to launch the SE0.990 via Steam offline "login"?[/quote]
If you're running SE and you have lost connection, SpaceEngine doesn't care and still runs, while your Steam client says "No Connection" and not much else. If you close the Steam client, it will close SpaceEngine as well.
If you launch SpaceEngine with no connection, Steam client will ask you if you want to go in "offline mode", then it will launch SpaceEngine.[/quote]

Thanks for your reply . If so, I have no problem running SE0.990 with poor connection. I was asking this question is because I played some #$%& game that shut down if connection is lost, even in single player mode.

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