Tonight's Best For Stellarium Added!

  • Bogdan Marinov

    Bogdan Marinov - 2011-12-13

    When creating alternative distribution of Stellarium, please make very clear
    that this is not the official distribution and don't re-use the same version

  • Anonymous - 2011-12-16

    CHANGELOG: Fixed various bugs including missing libsdc++-6.dll.

  • barrykgerdes

    barrykgerdes - 2011-12-16

    Hi Binaryarts

    I downloade your "tonights best version" and installed it.
    However as yet I have not discovered what it does other than a list if
    probable scripts.

    I think a feature like this is useful and I have made similar features to
    these as scripts in the old script engine. Using a sub program I wrote in
    Qbasic that can sort the suitable items in an area of the sky by type, size,
    magnitude etc. by reading the old ngc2000.dat file. I also believe an editable
    script would be a simpler way to do it.


  • Anonymous - 2011-12-17

    Please note that any Qbasic scripts created in the script engine that uses
    qt'swebkit will NOT work, due to a lack of dependencies (QtWebKit).

    The only feature I have added is the "Tonight's Best" function. You can find
    this under SEARCH >> TONIGHT'S BEST.

    I have open-sourced my mod under the GPL, download it and view it at your
    pleasure! :)

    Have Fun,

    -Binary Arts

  • barrykgerdes

    barrykgerdes - 2011-12-17

    I think you missed my point. I downloaded and installed your version

    I see the "tonights best " in the search folder that lists a number of
    Headings but how do you access them. Clicking does nothing.


  • Anonymous - 2011-12-18

    So far only VIEWING tonight's best objects has been added. I'm currently
    working on creating a plugin for stellarium to navigate to the selected

    -Binary Arts

  • Anonymous - 2011-12-18

    REVISED: You can always copy the objects name and search for it for the time

  • barrykgerdes

    barrykgerdes - 2011-12-18

    I take it then that you have just created a menu and will make it do something
    at a later date. That's OK as long as I know that is the case.


  • Bogdan Marinov

    Bogdan Marinov - 2011-12-19

    It's not even a "menu". It's a browser window with a RSS feed from some
    website in it.

  • barrykgerdes

    barrykgerdes - 2011-12-19

    All I got was a big nothing when I tried to use the window entry


  • Anonymous - 2011-12-24

    Sometimes the site's down, it's true, it IS an rss feed from tonightssky. The
    feed was easy but including qtwebkit was EXTREMELY hard to do, being that it
    wasn't a qmake project. Luckily tonightssky has an ra/dec api which I will
    eventually create a plugin for.



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