selden wrote:1. no GUI (corner) text is visible whether terse or verbose is selected.
As already said, you need to update celestia.cfg and drop some TTF fonts to fonts/ subfolder.
selden wrote:2. There's a gap in the orbit next to the Earth.
Fading orbits are enabled by default.
selden wrote:3. Note that the OpenGL info window is improperly formatted, too.
I hate windows, it causes too many issues. It seems you are using win 10, is it?Added after 1 minute 15 seconds:
SevenSpheres wrote:That said, I see another problem: the splash screen is solid black with no picture.
splash.png is beeing searched in another location - in the splash/ subfolder. This was changed to be consistent with other interfaces.Added after 2 minutes 48 seconds:
Anthony_B_Russo10 wrote:The only way I could test it is if it was compiled for MacOS X Snow Leopard
The change was in win-only code. Windows OpenGL initialization is nightmare, now we effectively use 2 libraries - glew and own one, we want to switch to libepoxy which not only eliminates requirements in own wgl extension manager but also supports gl es (read as "ios & android").