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Posted: 25 Jul 2019 13:07
by N0B0DY
OMG I can't imagine what's next: Arabic?
Also we need Bajoran, Hutese, Klingon and Elvish :P

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Posted: 28 Jul 2019 14:51
by Spacer
Arabic and Hebrew will be easy to do when Right to Left HUD will be available.

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Posted: 31 Jul 2019 13:32
by SpaceEngineer
New build, release of the Unicode support, with Chinese and Japanese localizations. Combined with the previous beta build.

Build 0.990.37.1705
- Some fixes in catalogs
- Updated localizations
- Fixed auto-filling of the poineer name and discovry date for procedural objects in the Wiki
- Fixed star cluster selection bug
- Fixed issue with ship control panel appearing in the planetarium mode
- Semi-bold font for interface text of default (small) size

Build 0.990.37.1690 (beta)
- While exporting planet textures, clouds transparency is not saved into a separate file
- Ability to specify custom subfolder to save video file/frames in the video capture dialog
- Fixed bug when some terrain node textures didn't generated
- Fixed bug with terrain not generating while recording video
- Opposition effect on planetary rings; parameters are added to planet scripts and editor
- Unicode support:
-- All localizations updated to UTF-8 encoding
-- Texture fonts replaced with ttf fonts
-- Added traditional Chinese, simplified Chinese and Japanese localizations 
-- In language selection menu, country flags and full names of localizations are displayed
- Apollo 11 'Eagle' Lunar module model on the Moon surface
- Fixed bug with UI window stuck in moving mode when was closed by hotkey before releasing the left mouse button
- Fixed selecting of stars in star clusters and nebulae
- Mouse click in the text input field moves cursor to the nearest character
- Fixed arrow button of volumetrics resolution sliders

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Posted: 02 Aug 2019 14:22
by SpaceEngineer
New update is 11 GB, sorry for that :)
http://spaceengine.org/news/blog190802/

Build 0.990.37.1710
- Updated default and DLC textures of the Moon (11 GB)
- Updated default and DLC textures of the Charon
- Tilt adjustment for objects/spacecraft fixed on planetary surface
- Added all Apollo landing sites with closeup textures
- Adjusted Apollo LM position and tilt
- Fixed Apollo LM star-like particle brightness
- Fixed updating of BumpHeight and BumpOffset in the Planet editor
- Exposure compensation is saved between sessions
- Added asteroids named after science fiction authors

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Posted: 03 Aug 2019 01:49
by FastFourierTransform
SpaceEngineer wrote:

This is so beautifull Vladimir. I will always be amazed by the amount of intelligence, work and care you put on this project. My instinct in each update is to jump and say again and again how spectacular work you have done, but I feel that saying always the same thing doesn't add anything to the conversation. Today I just thought it didn't matter, I want to express my joy about this.

Also happy to hear about Klud's return. The best texture packs I've ever seen came from him. If I remember correctly he had incredible skills in terms of adding patches of surface textures at extremely high resolutions, I wonder if he can make a detailed tutorial for the future so more people can help.

Also, hoping to have time soon to help with the stellar catalogs and stellar populations of the galaxy.

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Posted: 03 Aug 2019 02:13
by SpaceEngineer
Thanks FFT!

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Posted: 03 Aug 2019 09:31
by zhar22
There is a bug with white dwarfs, when I approach dwarfs like keid b SE cant render them and crashes. sorry if this is the wrong place, I can't find a bug's section.

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Posted: 03 Aug 2019 10:20
by JackDole
zhar22 wrote:
Source of the post  I can't find a bug's section.

How about: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

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Posted: 20 Sep 2019 15:41
by SpaceEngineer
Update 0.990.38.1730 is in the beta branch
http://spaceengine.org/news/blog190920/

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Posted: 22 Sep 2019 17:13
by Cantra
Will/if new versions be available for download like the older versions? 

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Posted: 22 Sep 2019 20:01
by DoctorOfSpace
Cantra wrote:
Source of the post Will/if new versions be available for download like the older versions?

Updates are automatic through Steam from now on, no plans currently for a website version or support of deprecated versions.

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Posted: 23 Sep 2019 07:53
by SpaceEngineer
Triple solar eclipse on Jupiter, January 24, 2015. You can't see this in SE, because current build have a bug with incorrect orientation of satellite's orbits. Will be fixed in the next update.
scr00115.jpg


Few hours before that, Io experienced partial eclipse from Callisto:
scr00116.jpg

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Posted: 06 Oct 2019 06:08
by longname
What's coming in 0.991 and why aren't the planned features listed in the first post?

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Posted: 07 Oct 2019 04:28
by SpaceEngineer
Because there are no plans. Just continue development.

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Posted: 07 Oct 2019 14:41
by longname
SpaceEngineer wrote:
Because there are no plans. Just continue development.

Plus, the plan doesn't reflect the changes made in 0.990. Other than that, keep up the impressive work :)