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Known issues and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.97
HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 01.05.2013, 06:26 | Message # 1
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Please post here all of your reports about bugs or crashes in SpaceEngine. Before you post any bugs, please follow these steps:

  • Read the Troubleshooting for SpaceEngine 0.97. It is possible that your problem can be solved there.

  • Make sure that your bugs are not on the following list of known issues. You can use your browser's word finder to help search the list.

  • If the bug is not on the list then please post it in this thread. Attach to your message a screenshot (if possible) and a log file (it's called the "se.log" and is located in the system folder of SpaceEngine's directory). Only the log file will help me to understand your problem and find a solution.



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    Edited by HarbingerDawn - Monday, 30.09.2013, 22:45
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    TritonClawDate: Saturday, 02.11.2013, 18:12 | Message # 286
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    I've found a very odd terrain gen bug. While flying around a desert moon trying out a shuttle, the entire planet began to get covered in these odd spiky mountains.

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=rcil21&s=5#.UnUyD_nryMI
    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2mdgvoz&s=5#.UnUyUPnryMI


    Edited by TritonClaw - Saturday, 02.11.2013, 18:12
     
    MARMISTDate: Sunday, 03.11.2013, 00:00 | Message # 287
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    IN this case the Star is 2MASS J04551048-6820298, also known as http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/WOH_G64

    same happened with S Doradus, near it.



    Check this. The star is the one light on the right. The left is..... a bug. Clicking on it has no change and it's not a binar system.

    Graphic bug ?


    Edited by MARMIST - Sunday, 03.11.2013, 00:07
     
    VoekoevakaDate: Sunday, 03.11.2013, 00:44 | Message # 288
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    I've got the same bug ; there's a "ghost" star (lens flare), around catalog stars far from the sun. Tne more the star is far from the sun, the more this ghost lens flare is flickering.




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    SpaceEngineerDate: Sunday, 03.11.2013, 10:19 | Message # 289
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    This is just lost of floating number precision. SpaceEngine don't support catalog stars in other galaxies.




     
    JCandeiasDate: Tuesday, 05.11.2013, 18:26 | Message # 290
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    I'm not sure where to put this, since it isn't a bug, but while translating I spotted an error in the wiki entry on Uranus. It goes:

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    The rings and moons orbit along Uranus' orbital plane, meaning that they experience the same extreme rotational tilt as their parent planet.


    Not so. The rings and moons orbit along Uranus' equatorial plane, not orbital; if they orbited along the planet's orbital plane they'd have small tilts.





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    SpaceEngineerDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 10:29 | Message # 291
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    I think this text comes from Wikipedia, so this is very weird mistake.




     
    HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 14:31 | Message # 292
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    Quote SpaceEngineer ()
    I think this text comes from Wikipedia

    No. Most of the entries in the English database were written by myself and NovaSilisko. Only a couple of them were adapted from Wikipedia articles, Uranus not among them. Someone just made a typo (I think I wrote the entry for Uranus, so that would be my mistake).





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    Billy_MayesDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 18:53 | Message # 293
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    There's these weird edges of nebulae that dissapear when you zoom or get closer.








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    HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 06.11.2013, 19:08 | Message # 294
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    Those are seams in the skybox. They disappear because the skybox is not rendered when you're moving through large distances.




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    DeathStarDate: Friday, 08.11.2013, 20:39 | Message # 295
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    This might not even be a bug, but I have discovered some sort of strange, unidentified substance on the surface of certain asteroids. This is actually the 3rd time I have run into this. Here is a picture:



    It may be a bit hard to see, but you can notice the red substance. What is that?

    Attachments: 4503718.log(82Kb)
     
    JCandeiasDate: Friday, 08.11.2013, 20:55 | Message # 296
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    Alien goo. Aliens are know to goo a lot.

    Seriously, though, I think that's just colour variations in the asteroid texture. I've notived them myself, and it may come up in the colour values if you export the asteroid script (I haven't tried it yet, so I'm not sure).





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    HarbingerDawnDate: Friday, 08.11.2013, 21:08 | Message # 297
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    Quote DeathStar ()
    What is that?

    It's just a part of the asteroid with a different color.





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    DeathStarDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 15:37 | Message # 298
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    I have today discovered a neutron star that (I think) is too young to actually exist.

    The location is(careful, it rotates so quickly that it may become a bit painful to watch after some time(0.17 seconds)):



    As you can see, it is only around 200,000 years old. Even if a star was that huge to actually live that shortly, it would have formed a black hole without a question.

    Attachments: 1513917.log(26Kb)
     
    HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 15:44 | Message # 299
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    Quote DeathStar ()
    As you can see, it is only around 200,000 years old. Even if a star was that huge to actually live that shortly, it would have formed a black hole without a question.

    Unless the age in this case refers to the age of the neutron star itself and not its progenitor.





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    DeathStarDate: Sunday, 10.11.2013, 16:06 | Message # 300
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    Quote HarbingerDawn ()
    Unless the age in this case refers to the age of the neutron star itself and not its progenitor.


    I just went to the crab nebula to see whether the neutron star there would be a few hundred million, or only 1,000 years old. And I... actually discovered an error in the catalog.

    I did not find a neutron star, but a black hole there. Anyways, the black hole(which in reality should be a neutron star) is around 700,000,000 years old, so the age of neutron stars/black holes is also the age of the progenitor, in which case this should be considered a bug.
     
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