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    What do you do for a living?

    So, pretty much everything has changed since I posted this 14 years ago. My ex and I divorced in 2012. In February 2013 I jumped to the electronics side to work as a full-time application developer, where I still work today. 2 years after I moved over, the parent company and mine split into...
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    What music are you listening to?

    The lady and I are going to see them in concert next month with Halestorm & STP.
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    Announcement Changes for Political & Religious Topics - "The Basement"

    Thanks for the explanation. No need to remove, just wondered why there seemed to be a disconnect.
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    Announcement Changes for Political & Religious Topics - "The Basement"

    Just curious. What exactly is the Opt In checkbox supposed to do from a technical standpoint? If unchecked, should the basement still be visible, and the user just can't reply, or should that make The Basement not visible on the forum list? 1. Mine appears to be unchecked. 2. I can still...
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    Discussion Frameworks for implementing generic Astronaut entites

    I'd envision this as some sort of configuration menu, or a separate program such as the DGIV or OrbiterSound utilize. A way to add attributes, and define what they do, within a set of abilities defined in the core (ex: Does this attribute define a resource consumption, a resource quantity, an...
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    Project Orbiter MMU (oMMU) development thread

    If by generic large space station, you mean a 6 km long EAS Explorer-class vessel with a rotating hab section and 24 docking ports, then I'm interested in adding OMMU support. :D It's why I kick-started the conversation in the first place.
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    Project Orbiter MMU (oMMU) development thread

    I agree with not utilizing attachments. That presents problems with larger vessels, and I may have been the only one to see them thus far when coding dll versions of the Cortez and Agamemnon., namely (and I'm going by memory from years ago) that anything attached to an attachment point farther...
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    Project Orbiter MMU (oMMU) development thread

    I completely understand and relate to that, so no judgement here. I was simply wondering if someone else could pick it up and run with it. Appreciate all you've done so far, and if there's anything I can assist with, I'll do what I can (also not making any promises either).
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    Project Orbiter MMU (oMMU) development thread

    Dansteph has been MIA on his 2016 update thread since February. He stopped work on all his addons because he needed to work on commercial software to support his family. Both projects are now dormant. Posted by user WolfAngriff on 11/06/2021
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    Project Orbiter MMU (oMMU) development thread

    Apologies for the necropost, but just wondering, is there any chance of someone else picking this up? I'd really like to have this capability back in the Cortez, and eventually the Agamemnon and Maintenance Fury.
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    Humor Random Comments Thread

    Done and done. As of this morning before work, It now exists on my external 2TB hard drive, as well as now on the 2TB internal hard drive of my flight sim PC. Side note: When trying to run the Orbiter_ng in that directory, which does have the D3D9 client installed, it only runs in server...
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    Project Agamemnon Omega-Class Destroyer (Babylon 5)

    So, funny story. I just fired up the exact same installation of Orbiter 2016 on my laptop, started the scenario, hit K, and nothing happened. Then I thought, "What if the camera is focused on the vessel, but it isn't the vessel of focus for input?" Sure enough, I clicked Ship, highlighted...
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    Humor Random Comments Thread

    I tried to resurrect my old, old gaming desktop yesterday. No luck. So, I pulled the 1TB data drive and plugged it into my current flight sim machine to see what data it contained that was worth keeping. On that drive was a folder I'd titled "Black USB Key Backup." I was not prepared for...
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    Orbiter is now open source

    I wish I'd logged onto the forum yesterday. This was, without question, the best Tuesday ever. Thank you, Dr. Schweiger, for all of your work throughout the years, and for the years to come. I for one understand family and personal issues getting in the way, and for that reason have been...
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    Discussion Developing Addons for different Orbiter Versions

    Sorry, just now seeing this. Life has been a whirlwind since Thanksgiving. I'll give this a try when able and report back here.
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