[REL] Editor Play/Pause Button v3 [52973]

Discussion in 'Mod Discussions' started by Raevn, August 18, 2013.

  1. Raevn

    Raevn Moderator Alumni

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    I found it annoying that the PLAY SIMULATE button on the system editor didn't change when clicked. This small mod changes it to say "SIMULATE" when stopped and "PAUSE" when running. It also shows whether planet rotation is shown (PHYSICS ON) or not (PHYSICS OFF)

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    Installation
    Current build: 52973 (version 3)

    Step 1:
    Download the rEditorPlayPause_v2.zip attachment, and extract it to <PA Install directory>/PA/media/ui/mods/

    Step 2:
    Install the PA UI Mod Manager: https://forums.uberent.com/threads/rel-ui-mod-manager-v1-2.50726/
    Tick the box for "Editor Play/Pause Button" to enable to mod.

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    Last edited: September 7, 2013
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  2. Clopse

    Clopse Post Master General

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    Yeah this was needed, thanks.
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    tatsujb Post Master General

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  5. Raevn

    Raevn Moderator Alumni

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    Continues to work in build 52512.

    Can do, I'll add it to the next version.
  6. Raevn

    Raevn Moderator Alumni

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    Done, it now says what the current physics mode is. Wasn't sure what to name them, so it's "Normal" and "Sandbox" for now.
  7. infuscoletum

    infuscoletum Active Member

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    "Linked" vs "Newtonian" or maybe (in the case of my experience with the editor) "Organized" vs "Cluster$&%#"?
  8. Raevn

    Raevn Moderator Alumni

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    I think the actual difference is "Normal" only cares about the gravity of the paired object it's orbiting (and is therefore completely stable), whereas the "Sandbox" accounts for all gravitational forces (and therefore is incredibly hard to make stable with even a small number of planets).
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  9. Raevn

    Raevn Moderator Alumni

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    Updated for build 52973.

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