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Offline Shmi

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Reply #50 - 07 August 2004, 22:58:27
Yup :top: :)



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Reply #51 - 07 August 2004, 23:01:35
hehe.



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Reply #52 - 09 August 2004, 17:03:23
Outpost
Author: Alexander 'Shirson' Nevskiy
Difficult: Easy
Duration: 15-20 min



DG-III "Driller" orbiting Mars. Land on starport M.O.R.E. and disembark new employees on outpost.

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Download scenario here (250K)

http://shirson.chat.ru/Outpost.exe

Start Outpost.exe and choose folder with Orbiter.exe
Installation programm automaticaly
add files:
>more.cfg- Starport M.O.R.E.
>Outpost (Easy).scn - Scenario file
update files
>mars.cfg - Programm update BaseNumber and add new base, leaving all other information unchanged!

Run orbiter.exe and select scenario from DeltaGliderIII -> Mission Scenary ->Outpost (Easy)

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Needs testers and spellchekers :)



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Offline McBrain

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Reply #53 - 09 August 2004, 17:47:52
Man, that's great work!!! :finger:

The mission is indeed "easy", but the base looks so great!!! :)
I especially like the installer proggy! That's a really great idea!! :top:

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Needs testers and spellchekers :)

I found no spelling mistakes so far... :)


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Reply #54 - 09 August 2004, 17:57:22
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McBrain  
 The mission is indeed "easy", but the base looks so great!!!

Thanx :)
(Notice anything inside more.cfg? ;) )


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I especially like the installer proggy! That's a really great idea!!

DG_Mission_Installer.exe universal program (see DGM.ini file), but still "under construction" :)



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Offline McBrain

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Reply #55 - 09 August 2004, 18:13:12
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;***********************************************************
; Generate by Visual Starport Editor 0.01 alpha 09.08.2004
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What's Visual Starport Editor?? Is it from you?

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DG_Mission_Installer.exe universal program (see DGM.ini file), but still "under construction"

Great! :applause:


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Reply #56 - 09 August 2004, 18:28:43
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McBrain wrote:
;***********************************************************
; Generate by Visual Starport Editor 0.01 alpha 09.08.2004
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What's Visual Starport Editor?? Is it from you?
Yep ;)
I'm too lazy for precisely placed objects in notepad, but like cool-like stuff :) On weekend i wrote
module for Visio 2000 (my first attept on Visio VBA).
And viola :)
http://dhtvtyyj.nm.ru/Orbiter/VS-PE.jpg


Still on alpha testing. (no friendly UI, no checks and no more other thing)



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Offline McBrain

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Reply #57 - 09 August 2004, 18:32:14
I had Visio once, but now I don't know where it's gone! :(
I'll have to search a bit...


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Reply #58 - 09 August 2004, 19:22:05
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McBrain wrote:
Man, that's great work!!! :finger:


Mhhh I think the finger smiley is misused... perhaps it's not the same
in your country but in our it's a very bad sign called a "doigt d'honneur",
close your hand and just point the longest finger on top... :badsmile:

Dan



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Reply #59 - 09 August 2004, 19:28:09
oh, it's the middle finger??

LOOOOOOOL

I'm really very sorry, Shirson!! :(
I hope you don't interpret this wrong...


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Reply #60 - 09 August 2004, 19:37:20
:lol:



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Reply #61 - 09 August 2004, 19:40:14
yup

I'm REALLY sorry! ;)


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Reply #62 - 09 August 2004, 19:59:58
Hehe  That IS funny... I woulda thought that was a very 'appreciative' gesture as well, like double thumbs-up, until I
realised the color.. red.  Red = Bad, I guess.  :)

VERY cool work, Alexander!   And your Visual Starport Editor looks Amazing!   'We Needs It! ..The Precious!'


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Reply #63 - 09 August 2004, 20:09:54
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Shirson wrote:
Download scenario here (250K)
http://shirson.chat.ru/Outpost.exe


Mhhhh I accept it because it make some change in the mars.cfg but please avoid install
program of 250ko to install 5ko of data, it's a bit rude.

Also some may be affraid to execute such program just to install a small
scenario.

Anyway good work I'll update the post soon

Dan



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Reply #64 - 09 August 2004, 20:12:07
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McBrain wrote:
oh, it's the middle finger??


:lol: :lol: :lol:


Yes :top: not egal to :finger:

Perhaps I should rename this smiley ;badfinger;  what y a think ?


[EDIT] Done this smiley now is called ;badfinger;  :badfinger:

Dan



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Reply #65 - 09 August 2004, 20:18:02
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DanSteph wrote:
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McBrain wrote:
Man, that's great work!!! :finger:

Mhhh I think the finger smiley is misused... perhaps it's not the same
in your country but in our it's a very bad sign called a "doigt d'honneur",
close your hand and just point the longest finger on top... :badsmile:

Dan

Well, dan, in america, using the middle finger is generally called "flipping off" and it generally is met with the same
response. :)

In some cases, I have been known to hold up my index finger in a similar manner and then really quickly put it down
before others can get a close look. ;)



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Reply #66 - 09 August 2004, 22:53:16
Still loving that Martian Glide Re-Entry.  Very Fun.  ...Glide that ship in to the very last moment.
:beer:
That Visual Starport Editor REAALLY intriques me.  Good use of building transporters, nice layout.  What more can we
create visually, using the VSE?.   If only I could land on the Red-Cross pad... maybe put a hard-pad just
beneath the surface of the pretty Red-Cross?  It reminds me a lot of X-Plane's World Maker.  Easy & Fast to mod.


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Reply #67 - 10 August 2004, 07:07:30
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McBrain wrote:
oh, it's the middle finger??
I'm really very sorry, Shirson!! :(
I hope you don't interpret this wrong...

:) :lol:

Dont worry :)


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Reply #68 - 10 August 2004, 07:12:58
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DanSteph wrote:
Mhhhh I accept it because it make some change in the mars.cfg but please avoid install
program of 250ko to install 5ko of data, it's a bit rude.
Also some may be affraid to execute such program just to install a small
scenario.
Anyway good work I'll update the post soon
Dan

Dan, this programm can be using for massive scenagio installing with planets.cfg update for new straport. Now i
working for decrease size and possible to update navbeacon transmitter list in planets.cfg


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Reply #69 - 10 August 2004, 07:26:10
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reekchaa wrote:
That Visual Starport Editor REAALLY intriques me.  Good use of building transporters, nice layout.  What more can we
create visually, using the VSE?.   If only I could land on the Red-Cross pad... maybe put a hard-pad just
beneath the surface of the pretty Red-Cross?  It reminds me a lot of X-Plane's World Maker.  Easy & Fast to
mod.

Red cross mean "Hospital"... :)

I'll try add to star port mesh and set this to launchpad. May its be work.

VSE needs to free starport designer from routine. Nothing more :)


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Reply #70 - 10 August 2004, 08:26:09
Hey great work Shirson.

I too am awaiting eagerly your starport editor. That's one of the obstacles, why my Mars base is not up and running
yet. I had fun creating some textures, but when I get down to setting up the .cfg file, my motivation drops :)

You will make a great contribution with it!

Cheers.

:finger: oh, sorry :top:

:)


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Reply #71 - 10 August 2004, 11:05:17
Yeah, I working :)


(VSE custom texture test)


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Reply #72 - 10 August 2004, 11:24:25
Stop teasing :)

gimme, gimme, gimme :)


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Reply #73 - 10 August 2004, 11:41:03
Hehehe,  Be patient. :)



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Reply #74 - 10 August 2004, 15:15:14
Yay. :)

Lorain Horn is safely aboard the rescue DGIII, along with the rest of her crew. It wasn't the quickest way to do it but I
managed it in the end. I made the crew transfer on the surface of Phobos, which was complicated because the MMUs couldn't
decide whether they were on the ground or not. They literally sprinted into the airlock of the Rescue DGIII.

Now I'm happy. Bring on the missions. :badsmile: