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15 May 2020 13:13

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(I'm using it as wallpaper, still I gotta star making screenshots again)
The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.

CPU: Intel Core i7 4770 GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX 570 RAM: 8 GBs
 
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18 May 2020 21:43

Some worlds I found. 

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An exotic pink titan moon.
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An icy world near a dark nebula, which is near the galactic center.
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A life desert near the Helix nebula, wonder what they believe it to be..
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..and finally a gas giant in the bowels of the Cat's eye nebula.
With the number of realities that exist, a world where [REDACTED] can exist.
 
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19 May 2020 11:01

Arturo100 wrote:
Some worlds I found. 

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Arturo whats the address for that pink moon?!  It's awesome!  And what version of the program?  Thanks!
 
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19 May 2020 11:15

980, the pink planet is RS 3738-46-4-2228-18 2.4
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27 May 2020 11:29

The great graphite mountains of Ranqua
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With the number of realities that exist, a world where [REDACTED] can exist.
 
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03 Jun 2020 23:45

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04 Jun 2020 01:58

Wow Tritoniae, these pictures are great! What settings do you use?
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04 Jun 2020 10:03

miniluv73 I'm in .990 with ultra graphics and Rodrigo's mod installed.
Imagevisual settings I use normally, though for certain pictures I adjust them
I also play with object magnitude a bit but I always have all on 7
 
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08 Jun 2020 01:56

I like this one for some reason:

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Too bad there's no terrain or anything in the foreground, but it was a zoomed-in, telescopic picture of the middle moon from this pic:

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And these just because...

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08 Jun 2020 17:15

Travel to the end of the universe until there are no more starts. It will be super dark. Find one of the last galaxies at the edge and than look for any solar systems that have habitable planets, when you land the sky will be full of start on half and black on the other side. Now look for a black hole but before you enter mark the parent star, then travel inside the black hole, do not move any direction just keep going straight until you see this. Than go to any of the stars and you will notice that you are now at the other side of the universe. 
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10 Jun 2020 03:45

Some of my images I’m posting. Please if you enjoy say so; I am posting my screenshots from my YouTube video I took with my cellphone; please excuse the poor quality.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=X14SMiCCHCY
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10 Jun 2020 06:24

:shock: Wow virgiltu2! That's so cool!
(how come no one thought of this before?)
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10 Jun 2020 06:45

Trying to get bigger images embedded
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10 Jun 2020 08:11

Mr. Abner wrote:
I assume you are uploading images to this server? With the "Add files" button?

When the file is uploaded, you will be presented with a "Place inline" button.

Position your cursor in the message where you want the image, click on "Place inline".

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That should do it.

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Ok Tachyon, this should help you with getting even larger pictures. Here's an example:
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10 Jun 2020 15:05

miniluv73 wrote:
Mr. Abner wrote:
I assume you are uploading images to this server? With the "Add files" button?

When the file is uploaded, you will be presented with a "Place inline" button.

Position your cursor in the message where you want the image, click on "Place inline".

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That should do it.

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Ok Tachyon, this should help you with getting even larger pictures. Here's an example:
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Ok Thanks will do an attempt right now. I was on cell phone so it was hard,ill copy those images and try to repaste

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