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28 Oct 2019 10:30

Your work is fantastic, guys.
 
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03 Nov 2019 07:57

Gamma correction for planet textures: parameter in catalog scripts and slider in the editor



Is this only applied on an individual basis? After having played around in .990 for some time, I noticed some quirks that I suspect can be attributed to imperfect handling of gamma. For instance, constellation lines with MSAA turned on become a tad bit darker, and some visible "blobs" in the lines emerge. Also, distant and faint stars, without the star desaturation slider turned up to compensate, also seem to gradually saturate as they get dimmer, consistent with the effects of gamma-space rendering. By turning up the in-game gamma slider to 2, some of these quirks appeared to vanish (at the price of ending up with washed out visuals), further corroborating my suspicion.
 
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13 Nov 2019 02:39

SpaceEngine now can be more easily translated to other languages:
http://spaceengine.org/news/blog191113/
 
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06 Dec 2019 08:14

Workshop is now available in the beta mode!
http://spaceengine.org/news/blog191206/
 
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06 Dec 2019 08:26

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Workshop is now available in the beta mode!
http://spaceengine.org/news/blog191206/

This is terrific news!  So, for instance, if I want to install all of JackDole's add-ons at once, I can now do so?

I also already like HarbingerDawn's "E-Wing Cockpit"- can I use that as the default view for all my videos flying above a planetary landscape or in outer space?
 
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06 Dec 2019 11:33

A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post  if I want to install all of JackDole's add-ons at once, I can now do so?

Well, we should wait until JackDole upload them to workshop. And I assume that you have to subscribe every of them one by one.
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Source of the post I also already like HarbingerDawn's "E-Wing Cockpit"- can I use that as the default view for all my videos flying above a planetary landscape or in outer space?

If HarbingerDawn didn't change file names, SE will load the most recent ones (from the workshop folder). I suggest to delete his old addon from the addons folder and use the workshop's one, because that version may be updated sometimes.
 
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06 Dec 2019 13:21

SpaceEngineer wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post  if I want to install all of JackDole's add-ons at once, I can now do so?

Well, we should wait until JackDole upload them to workshop. And I assume that you have to subscribe every of them one by one.
A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post I also already like HarbingerDawn's "E-Wing Cockpit"- can I use that as the default view for all my videos flying above a planetary landscape or in outer space?

If HarbingerDawn didn't change file names, SE will load the most recent ones (from the workshop folder). I suggest to delete his old addon from the addons folder and use the workshop's one, because that version may be updated sometimes.

Vladimir since you are here, I was wondering if a small addition could be made to the program to show compass points, so one can tell what direction they are moving on a planet.  (N,S,E,W).  Or alternatively, you could just make a small compass in the corner of the screen with a pointer showing what direction movement was occurring in.   In addition to that, HD could add a compass to his cockpit to show the direction of flight with a pointer.
 
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06 Dec 2019 17:45

Steam workshop is great!
Does anybody really look at this?

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