|written by Ryanpc on Jan 13, 2006 01:29|
|Are you sure it's a planet? Maybe it's a space station that camouflaged itself in order to not look suspicious.....Anyway, that's a verrry nice find you have there.|
|written by Megagun on Jan 13, 2006 14:22|
Noctis runs in fullscreen, in 320x200 resolution (NOT 320x240!)...
|Though why is it oval? It's round when it runs in my computer.|
When you take a screenshot, it's 320x200, too.. However, you're probably running Windows or whatever in 1024x768... Scaling that down to 320x*** gives 320x240. 768/(1024/320)=240, afterall..
So, yeah, the image looks flatted down to you... In fact, all noctis images do when displayed on a 320x240-like display..
|written by Yayo on Jan 13, 2006 19:58|
|hmm.. interesting object.|
what version of NoctisIV are you using?
oh.. another thing: welcome here Ryanpc!
|written by Ryanpc on Jan 14, 2006 00:38|
|newest version, though I have a older computer with a three year old version, it takes more than 10 minutes for the inbox to load and I don't have the patience.|
|0.08 ly away is nothing to what ive found. I found a planet that is 3.97 ly away from its sun!|
|i haz title: speed-y-???-1|
|written by Speeder on Sep 18, 2006 19:49|
|This is not a real planet, it is a comet that has been captured and lost all his ice..|