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Kerbol star system

Posted: 10.09.2018, 10:55
by Titan
Just for fun :wink:

Kerbol.rar
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includes a small script, but only works on the system


sf.png

Posted: 10.09.2018, 12:25
by Gurren Lagann
Oh my god - did you got the textures from EVE or similar?

Posted: 10.09.2018, 13:10
by gironde
interresting work! This is the system of the game Kerbol Space Program.
:clap: :clap:

in stc, I put
Star "Kerbol: Kerbol - fictional star: Kerbol space program"
I added the Class "moon" for the satellites of Kerbol.

With the addition in the .ssc file of
visible false
clickable true
and with a file lua to put in LET or LUT5, folder 'adds' and its declaration in config.lua section 'adds', one can make appear the system on demand.


:hi:

Posted: 11.09.2018, 08:03
by Titan
gironde wrote:in stc, I put
Star "Kerbol: Kerbol - fictional star: Kerbol space program"
yes, absolutely correct :smile:

gironde wrote:I added the Class "moon" for the satellites of Kerbol.
Is it necessary or is it only necessary to clean the code?

gironde wrote:and with a file lua to put in LET or LUT5, folder 'adds' and its declaration in config.lua section 'adds', one can make appear the system on demand.
until yesterday I did not know let and lut, :help: I tried but the star remains visible, the rest is ok.

tet.png


Thanks for all

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Gurren Lagann wrote:Oh my god - did you got the textures from EVE or similar?


Eve's textures are very different. I would also like to find them similar :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin:

Posted: 12.09.2018, 21:40
by gironde
Titan wrote
until yesterday I did not know let and lut, I tried but the star remains visible, the rest is ok.

You can not make a star invisible in this way.

The 'Visible false' parameter only exists in .ssc files and not in .stc files
There is only one CEL / CELX / LUA script that allows it.

:hi:

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Titan,

you have an other menu with LUT5, see the green arrow on the image

Posted: 12.09.2018, 22:44
by Gurren Lagann
Oh there is also SVE (Stock Visual Enhancements), AVP (Astronomer's Visual Pack) and lots more that I cant remember.