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30 May 2019 05:34

No, in green areas you'll see grass, in white areas - snow:
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30 May 2019 06:42

The next 0.990 pre-release stream will be next Thursday, June 6, at 17:00 UTC

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30 May 2019 08:22

The next 0.990 pre-release stream will be next Wednesday, June 5, at 17:00 UTC

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01 Jun 2019 17:55

No, in green areas you'll see grass, in white areas - snow:
How does SE know when to use the grass and snow textures on a planet with bitmapped textures? Does it depend on the color of the underlying bitmap, or the latitude, or does SE have biome maps now?
 
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01 Jun 2019 19:31

color of the underlying bitmap
Yes. This, the slope of the terrain, and the planet's classification.
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04 Jun 2019 12:52

Unfortunately I need to postpone the next stream by a day. It will now be on Thursday, June 6, at 17:00 UTC
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04 Jun 2019 13:23

Unfortunately I need to postpone the next stream by a day. It will now be on Thursday, June 6, at 17:00 UTC
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04 Jun 2019 18:09

What happened?
I forgot about something I needed to do during that time.
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13 Jun 2019 02:20

In your last stream, you tried to use the map view to look for supernova remnants but couldn't find any. Since SE makes supernova remnants so dim, a better approach would be to turn off stars, clusters and galaxies, and turn up the magnitude limit for nebulae to the maximum of 20.
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13 Jun 2019 02:35

In your last stream, you tried to use the map view to look for supernova remnants but couldn't find any. Since SE makes supernova remnants so dim, a better approach would be to turn off stars, clusters and galaxies, and turn up the magnitude limit for nebulae to the maximum of 20.
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You actually found one!?
The only Astrogriff
 
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21 Aug 2020 12:45

Stream rescheduled for Sunday, June 11, 16:00 UTC.

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Wow I love to visite this system :D
 
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21 Aug 2020 12:48

In your last stream, you tried to use the map view to look for supernova remnants but couldn't find any. Since SE makes supernova remnants so dim, a better approach would be to turn off stars, clusters and galaxies, and turn up the magnitude limit for nebulae to the maximum of 20.
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You actually found one!?
i Just visit this nebulae :O it's INCREDIBLE
 
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Re: HarbingerDawn's 0.990 Streams

01 Dec 2023 04:09

Hi everyone! As some of you already know, I've been doing weekly streams of the latest beta version of SE on my Youtube channel. I decided to make a thread about them so that 1) people can better give feedback about them and make suggestions for what they'd like to see, and 2) to make it easier to share updates about the streams.

Streams are usually on Fridays at 19:00 UTC, but the time can vary on some weeks.

Here are all of the streams to date:

Stream #1
Stream #2
Stream #3
Stream #4
Stream #5
Stream #6 (pt. 1)
Stream #6 (pt. 2)
Stream #7
Stream #8
Stream #9
Stream #10
Stream #11
Stream #12
Stream #13
Stream #14
Stream #15

Pre-release Stream #1
Pre-release Stream #2
Are these streams still a thing? Because I checked your YouTube channel and saw that the last video is from 9 months ago.
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