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Old August 31 2009, 04:35 PM   #196
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Re: WIP - TMP Enterprise, deck by deck

CTM,

I assume you're using layers.
Can I ask, if time and easy permits: Could you color code the coponets. Perhaps Turbo Lift Tubes, Transporter Room, corridors, and crew quarters for the saucer?
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Old August 31 2009, 07:51 PM   #197
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Exterior Shots of the movie ship - for when you're ready for the outside...

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Old September 1 2009, 05:06 PM   #198
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A Question for CTM
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By the way, whilst you're around Saquist I've been keeping an eye on CTM's Enterprise construction. It is looking very good. However I have a question to do with travel pods.

On docking, the pod doors are supposed to slide open somewhere just inside the airlock. Does CTM intend to solve this with his design? Somehow I don't think it will be easy on the secondary hull as the airlock is not vertical. I'm not on that forum, but curious as to how it might be resolved.
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Old September 1 2009, 05:21 PM   #199
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By the way, whilst you're around Saquist I've been keeping an eye on CTM's Enterprise construction. It is looking very good. However I have a question to do with travel pods.

On docking, the pod doors are supposed to slide open somewhere just inside the airlock. Does CTM intend to solve this with his design? Somehow I don't think it will be easy on the secondary hull as the airlock is not vertical. I'm not on that forum, but curious as to how it might be resolved.
I do intend to deal with that, but have not gotten so far yet. My primary hull ports do, but I haven't addressed those in the secondary hull yet. They'll go in when I go back through and do the deck-by-deck detailing.
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Old September 1 2009, 08:28 PM   #200
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I was looking on G deck, and I can't find the doors leading into the crew quarters in that deck.
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Old September 1 2009, 09:19 PM   #201
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I was looking on G deck, and I can't find the doors leading into the crew quarters in that deck.
that's because I haven't put them in yet.
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Old September 1 2009, 10:18 PM   #202
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That would explain it. So I can't move in yet...
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Old September 1 2009, 11:19 PM   #203
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You're insane, CTM. ... In a good way, mind you. But insane nonetheless.

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Old September 1 2009, 11:24 PM   #204
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Yep. That's terrific and terrifying all at once!!
Make sure you create backups CTM! You don't want to lose all that hard work.

Now as a gamer I would like to think that files of this sort might be applied to some sort of game engine as a installable mod. I've always wanted to walk around ALL the corridors of the Enterprise and just go exploring and have no part of the ship cut off to me. Perhaps some of you have played the Simon and Schuster Interactive Technical Manual... or Voyager's Elite Force expansion? Both of them have free tour mods which are enjoyable in their own right, but to have every deck, every room, every crawlspace available for exploration. Well, that's as close as we're going to get to being aboard a Starfleet vessel.
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Old September 1 2009, 11:54 PM   #205
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Yep. That's terrific and terrifying all at once!!
Make sure you create backups CTM! You don't want to lose all that hard work.

Now as a gamer I would like to think that files of this sort might be applied to some sort of game engine as a installable mod. I've always wanted to walk around ALL the corridors of the Enterprise and just go exploring and have no part of the ship cut off to me. Perhaps some of you have played the Simon and Schuster Interactive Technical Manual... or Voyager's Elite Force expansion? Both of them have free tour mods which are enjoyable in their own right, but to have every deck, every room, every crawlspace available for exploration. Well, that's as close as we're going to get to being aboard a Starfleet vessel.
Well, every time I work on it, I check in the changes to my SVN repository (I am a programmer by profession, I use the tools at my disposal), and I have all of it stored on a RAID5 storage drive. Periodically, I back up my entire repository to DVD (or multiple DVD's if necessary - it isn't yet).
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Old September 2 2009, 02:05 PM   #206
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Is anyone else having a problem saving pictures that are in .gif format, for example G-deck in post #193? When I save it all I get is a blank gif file. Has anyone got a workaround to this? Screen capture also won't work since the image is too big to view all of it without scrolling.
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Old September 2 2009, 04:38 PM   #207
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Well, for one, I didn't post any .gif pictures. Everything is either .jpg or .png (the new system makes screen-caps easier for me, but change file format).
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Old September 2 2009, 07:14 PM   #208
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A Question for CTM
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By the way, whilst you're around Saquist I've been keeping an eye on CTM's Enterprise construction. It is looking very good. However I have a question to do with travel pods.

On docking, the pod doors are supposed to slide open somewhere just inside the airlock. Does CTM intend to solve this with his design? Somehow I don't think it will be easy on the secondary hull as the airlock is not vertical. I'm not on that forum, but curious as to how it might be resolved.
Thanks CTM, Science Officer really appreciates the prompt response.

I do intend to deal with that, but have not gotten so far yet. My primary hull ports do, but I haven't addressed those in the secondary hull yet. They'll go in when I go back through and do the deck-by-deck detailing.
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Yep. That's terrific and terrifying all at once!!
Make sure you create backups CTM! You don't want to lose all that hard work.

Now as a gamer I would like to think that files of this sort might be applied to some sort of game engine as a installable mod. I've always wanted to walk around ALL the corridors of the Enterprise and just go exploring and have no part of the ship cut off to me. Perhaps some of you have played the Simon and Schuster Interactive Technical Manual... or Voyager's Elite Force expansion? Both of them have free tour mods which are enjoyable in their own right, but to have every deck, every room, every crawlspace available for exploration. Well, that's as close as we're going to get to being aboard a Starfleet vessel.

Could you Imagine tackling a Galaxy Class starship?!
How bout it CTM? Are you game? I'd even help out. Maybe 46 decks is a little much for one person.
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Old September 2 2009, 10:43 PM   #209
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Could you Imagine tackling a Galaxy Class starship?!
How bout it CTM? Are you game? I'd even help out. Maybe 46 decks is a little much for one person.
let me finish this project before I move onto the next one. I'm actually working on some stuff for a Loknar (FASA) re-work for an RPG group, and would probably build that, then Excelsior, then I might be open to a Galaxy Class. Truthfully though, the Galaxies are just too darned big. It doesn't sound like a fun project, it sounds like a tedious project.
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Old September 3 2009, 05:41 AM   #210
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Could you Imagine tackling a Galaxy Class starship?!
How bout it CTM? Are you game? I'd even help out. Maybe 46 decks is a little much for one person.
[nerd]Actually it's 42 decks.[/nerd]
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