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29 Sep 2019 01:09

demoversatile wrote:
Source of the post Is it possible to put a png image overlay so as to mask out parts of the rendering?


Sorry for the late reply, but I've only recently discovered the command myself.
Make a script like this:
// Watermark
// Empress.se

Watermark
{
    Path "D:/Programme/Steam/steamapps/common/SpaceEngine/addons/textures/cockpits/Empress of the Universe.png"
    Opacity 1.0
    Visible true
}

This picture is made this way:
scr00403.jpg
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29 Sep 2019 04:54

Thank you so much! This was really bothering me, as I was certain I was doing something wrong and could not  see what it was.
 
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29 Sep 2019 06:39

Tutorials explain that, specifically the "Basic movements" part. If you find that something is unclear I'm sure it can be worked on to make it better.
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15 Oct 2019 02:20

I note SE states that Earth's moon has six moons. Are these artificial satellites? Can we view them and land on them? 
 
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15 Oct 2019 06:40

Those you see are models of Lunar Excursion Modules of Apollo missions, placed on the surface. Basically SE is treating them as satellites with a fixed circular orbit at a lunar radius. Apollo 11 LEM, Eagle, can be reached by clicking on the corresponding location you'll find in Featured Locations [F6]. All six can be reached by using the Spacecraft Manager [Ctrl-F3].
Make sure that you have Spacecraft enabled in your Filters toolbar.
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