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Work progress 0.97
SalvoDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 16:52 | Message # 331
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My instinct tells me that Space Engineer is working on something big rolleyes




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smjjamesDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 18:36 | Message # 332
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Yeah, he mentioned yesterday about a button or key to align the camera with the horizon.




 
DrawninDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 18:59 | Message # 333
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That would be nice. biggrin




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SpaceEngineerDate: Saturday, 01.12.2012, 23:49 | Message # 334
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Quote (smjjames)
Yeah, he mentioned yesterday about a button or key to align the camera with the horizon.

This is not big, just a half hour of work.

I'm working on supporting multiple textures per ship model, correct loading of OBJ format with material library support, and fixing bugs with normal ships mapping.

Also, I'll probably add support for loading ships/stations/buildings in the MAP format, and the ability to place them on the surface of a planet (buildings) or on a fixed orbit (stations). And some GUI where you can choose an option to spawn/destroy an object.

For ships, I'm also working on mouse controls and some useful keys like "prograde", "retrograde", "warp to", etc.

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HatiDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 04:09 | Message # 335
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Auroras seem interesting. Hey, will we see them on gas giants? They have immense magnetic fields and its certainly something I'd like to see. Like this image of Jupiter



apologies, not sure how to scale down images.


Edited by Hati - Sunday, 02.12.2012, 04:16
 
Jeroll3dDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 04:11 | Message # 336
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Quote (SpaceEngineer)
This is not big, just a half hour of work.

I'm working on supporting multiple textures per ship model, correct loading of OBJ format with material library support, and fixing bugs with normal ships mapping.

Also, I'll probably add support for loading ships/stations/buildings in the MAP format, and the ability to place them on the surface of a planet (buildings) or on a fixed orbit (stations). And some GUI where you can choose an option to spawn/destroy an object.

For ships, I'm also working on mouse controls and some useful keys like "prograde", "retrograde", "warp to", etc.


Nice work. smile
 
vosk_01Date: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 08:48 | Message # 337
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SpaceEngineer Hati wants to show screenshot aurorae with gas giants, moons, terra etc.

P.S. Today is December 2 and many users wants version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta), please show version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta) now.





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Edited by vosk_01 - Sunday, 02.12.2012, 08:54
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 08:58 | Message # 338
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Auroras seem interesting. Hey, will we see them on gas giants? They have immense magnetic fields and its certainly something I'd like to see. Like this image of Jupiter

Why do you think I've made auroras for terrestrial planets and haven't made them for gas giants?

Quote (vosk_01)
P.S. Today is December 2 and many users wants version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta), please show version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta) now.

LOL. It's all that I can say.





 
SalvoDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 12:57 | Message # 339
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P.S. Today is December 2 and many users wants version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta), please show version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta) now.

He already posted some screenshots...





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Edited by Salvo - Sunday, 02.12.2012, 13:29
 
vosk_01Date: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 14:09 | Message # 340
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He already posted some screenshots...

Salvo Yes, but I ask about auroras for gas giants.

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Why do you think I've made auroras for terrestrial planets and haven't made them for gas giants?

SpaceEngineer Auroras for terrestrial planets have, but you need make auroras for gas giants, because Hati says: "Hey, will we see them on gas giants? They have immense magnetic fields and its certainly something I'd like to see. Like this image of Jupiter".





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DrawninDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 15:20 | Message # 341
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Today is December 2 and many users wants version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta), please show version 0.97 beta (0.9.7.0 beta) now.


How about being a bit patient...?





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vosk_01Date: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 17:11 | Message # 342
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How about being a bit patient...?

Drawnin No, I can't. I'm sorry. sad

SpaceEngineer Drawnin said: "I want 0.97 so bad... ='("





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HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 17:30 | Message # 343
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No, I can't. I'm sorry.

vosk_01, you don't have a choice. You will be patient. The program will be released when it is released, which should be in a matter of weeks. You will wait until then because there is no other option for you. If you persist in being rude about it, you may lose your privilege of posting on the forum.

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Drawnin said: "I want 0.97 so bad... ='("

Irrelevant





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DrawninDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 17:36 | Message # 344
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Yes, I want 0.97 so bad. But I know the meaning of the word "patience", and so I don't use a rude tone to demand its release...
I just sit and wait until SpaceEngineer thinks 0.97 is ready. Like the rest of us around here. biggrin





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Jeroll3dDate: Sunday, 02.12.2012, 19:37 | Message # 345
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Friends, I have some stars and planets to visit even in the current version - billions and billions of it. So no need to rush.

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