Recent content by dundun92

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    Orbiter Screenshot Thread

    Made it to lunar orbit in the XR-2 for the first time in ages
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    Problem Time Warp Causing Landed Vessel to fly into space

    So neither method worked for the XR-2. Even after being initially stopped from the scenario editor, it went back to the active state. But since I was just trying to get to a launch window, moving the time forward on the scenario editor worked perfectly. Thanks for the help though.
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    Problem Time Warp Causing Landed Vessel to fly into space

    As the title says, whenever I exceed 100x time warp (sometimes even when I hit 100x) on the ground, vessels are jumping into the air, and ending some sort of escape trajectory. It happens with both the stock DG and the XR-2. I'm running Orbiter 2016.
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    Returning to Orbiter

    Yep really excited to try these new things out, Id watched a few vids with about it.
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    Returning to Orbiter

    I used to play Orbiter from just before the release of Orbiter 2010, and I played it for a few years, and even got into a bit of modding. I stopped playing in maybe 2014-15, being occupied with KSP. I've now decided to come back, since I don't play KSP anymore, and I have more free time than I...
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    C++ Question VC 2005 error

    How do you do that?(I'm new to C++)
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    C++ Question VC 2005 error

    When I try to compile the default shuttlepb.cpp, it gives 64 errors, such as: 1>.\ShuttlePB.cpp(69) : error C2504: 'VESSEL3' : base class undefined. I already set it up for orbiter using the orbit hangar tutorial. What's wrong?
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    C++ Question Dev C++ and Orbiter

    Is there anyway to convert from GCC to MSVC?
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    C++ Question Dev C++ and Orbiter

    Is Dev c++ compatible with orbiter 2010? Because I'm having compiler issues
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    OHM SPLV

    Regarding the weight, those results were not actually measured in an actual launch, but what I thought was reasonable. Regarding the launch complex, I'd say 49, as it's the only one(as far as I know) currently in operation. The reason for the Athena rocket picture was because it was the closest...
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