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Modification of the mountains
KludDate: Friday, 08.04.2016, 17:02 | Message # 31
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The 0.974 RC2 is fine.
Addon updated, link on the first page.
 
dudefinalDate: Saturday, 09.04.2016, 21:16 | Message # 32
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Hey klud when I install your tg_common.glsl it makes my planets shores look really weird.



Here it is with my modified old rodrigo-klud tg_common.glsl file which I have slightly modified. I also use this along custom tg_terra_color.glsl and tg_terra_heght.glsl files based on the rodrigo-klud files.



I will put all the files attached for your to troubleshoot. Also without my custom tg_terra_color.glsl and tg_terra_heght.glsl files and with your files only the problem isn't there but the the terrain doesn't look how I would want it to.



I'll probably remake some custom shader files. Is there anyway I or you can get the squiggly terrain effect to effect the mountains only because that looks good. I'll update when I make another custom shaders files.

Edit: Okay I tried editing the tg_common.glsl file. It didn't work (of course) but I think I got the right idea. I am a noob when it comes to coding. And yes this is the area that is causing the problem.



I'll keep on trying. Maybe this code actually belongs in tg_terra_height.glsl.

Edit Edit: What I want is as follows...

If the surface climate of the planet is greater than (0.60) or (0.75) or something like that then make the bottom part of the crater code like this...



If the surface climate is lower than the aforementioned number (e.g an "else if" or "else" command) then make the bottom part of the crater code like this...



This will keep the shores of my planet normal while acquiring the desired effect I want from my mountains and hills. One might use part of the hills or mountain code to achieve this...



Or maybe one could use the code from the "//Dunes Can Only Be Sand" code in tg_terra_color.glsl but instead of sand it could be upper elevation areas with snow...



I, however, have no idea how to do this successfully. Maybe I could get some help?

Attachments: HyphaePlanets.sc(57Kb) · HyphaeStar.sc(2Kb) · tg_common-Custo.glsl(84Kb) · tg_terra_color-.glsl(5Kb) · 1274768.glsl(9Kb)





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Edited by dudefinal - Sunday, 10.04.2016, 04:48
 
KludDate: Sunday, 10.04.2016, 20:39 | Message # 33
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Thank you for the interesting information. I tried to change the planet settings by editor:



There are some similarities.

tg_common.glsl file changes are made, only to make a more correct form of craters.

Quote dudefinal ()
I, however, have no idea how to do this successfully. Maybe I could get some help?


I'll try to help, if possible, is not clear.

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dudefinalDate: Monday, 11.04.2016, 18:14 | Message # 34
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YAASSSS! I did it! Well kinda... I'm still not sure if I did it right as I just tweaked the code until it did what I wanted it to with no idea what I was actually doing or what effect it was going to have.

I added in two bits of code into tg_terra_height.glsl...



and...



and here is the result...



The first bit of code was to retract the hills from the shores a little. The hills still look too close to the shore so if anyone knows how to extend the shore out or apply a larger noise to the hills making more smaller patches and less huge patches of snow then tell me.

I tried adding a second noise to the hills but it had no effect...

Attachments: tg_common.glsl(88Kb) · tg_terra_color.glsl(6Kb) · 2997575.glsl(8Kb)





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Edited by dudefinal - Monday, 11.04.2016, 18:19
 
KludDate: Tuesday, 12.04.2016, 08:11 | Message # 35
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Ok, well.
For different noising craters can do so:
Code
    // Craters
    float crater = 0.0;
    if (craterSqrtDensity > 0.05)
    {
        heightFloor = -0.1;
        heightPeak  =  0.6;
        heightRim   =  1.0;
        crater = CraterNoise(point, 0.5 * craterMagn, craterFreq, craterSqrtDensity, craterOctaves);
        noiseOctaves    = 10.0;
        noiseLacunarity = 2.0;
        //crater = 0.25 * crater + 0.05 * crater * iqTurbulence(point * montesFreq + Randomize, 0.55);

        if (climate > 0.6)
        {
         crater = 0.25 * crater + 0.05 * crater * iqTurbulence(point * montesFreq + Randomize, 0.55);  
        }
        else
        {
         crater = 0.25 * crater + 0.05 * crater * RidgedMultifractalErodedDetail(point * montesFreq * inv2montesSpiky + Randomize, 2.0, erosion, montBiomeScale);  
        }
    }

But it is for all of the crater, not only for the bottom and the border appears at the junction of various noises.


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PlutonianEmpireDate: Monday, 02.05.2016, 23:06 | Message # 36
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Would it be possible to make the mountains higher/taller? Right now as this mod currently stands, montesMagn 0.25 with Klud Mountains seems to be kinda the same height as montesMagn 0.15 without Klud Mountains, at least on the procedural worlds I have found.




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Edited by PlutonianEmpire - Monday, 02.05.2016, 23:11
 
PlutonianEmpireDate: Tuesday, 17.05.2016, 02:47 | Message # 37
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Edit: Nvm, it turns out I was looking at the wrong landforms while tweaking the tg_terra_height shader. wacko




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Edited by PlutonianEmpire - Tuesday, 17.05.2016, 04:07
 
SalvoDate: Tuesday, 07.06.2016, 14:03 | Message # 38
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I wonder why everyone forgot about this mod. happy




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(still don't know why everyone is doing this...)
 
KludDate: Wednesday, 08.06.2016, 22:07 | Message # 39
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Perhaps this mod more or less normally worked, the questions do not arise, but, of course, the mountains still require work.

Edited by Klud - Wednesday, 08.06.2016, 22:07
 
RoswellDate: Sunday, 12.06.2016, 03:37 | Message # 40
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WWOWOWOWOWOWOWO CRAZY IT'S REALISTIC MOUNTAIN o_O
 
PlutonianEmpireDate: Sunday, 12.06.2016, 04:43 | Message # 41
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Actually, a few weeks ago, I was tweaking the Rod-klud-mar version of this mod, to make both the new klud mountains appear alongside the old default mountains, because I think both mountain styles look pretty. I still need to figure out how to add terraces to the old montes, since they now occupy the "hills" slot, with the old "hills" now occupying the "hills2" slot instead.

I haven't made much time since because I've been distracted by two of my other favorite games. :P

At the moment though, I don't know if I should post the new tg_terra_height fille to this thread, the Rodrigo thread, or make a new thread entirely for it.





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Edited by PlutonianEmpire - Sunday, 12.06.2016, 04:44
 
TenebristhedarkenedDate: Tuesday, 16.08.2016, 18:23 | Message # 42
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Does this work with the latest version of Space Engine?
 
dmaleDate: Sunday, 28.08.2016, 21:33 | Message # 43
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I have this error (is in italian, sorry).
 
JackDoleDate: Sunday, 28.08.2016, 22:14 | Message # 44
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Quote dmale ()
I have this error (is in italian, sorry).

Do you use one of the modified sun shaders from DoctorOfSpace or me? They are not compatible with SE 0.980!





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dmaleDate: Monday, 29.08.2016, 14:43 | Message # 45
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Quote JackDole ()
Do you use one of the modified sun shaders from DoctorOfSpace or me? They are not compatible with SE 0.980!

I had alredy installed only the Rodrigo's Terrain Mods, and extract the modification of the mountains (with rodrigo's addon) in the usual folder.
 
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