Day in the game's context refers to the in game day length, which IIRC is an hour or two by default.
Military hardware is essentially cyberwar proof. There is electronic warfare which is general sensor disruption, communications jamming, RADAR...
I would prefer that the body location marker disappear when the body/backpack does and preserve the option to just delete it early.
Dynamic grids are affected by physics as compared to static grids which aren't moveable.
If they're breaking due to path character limits, program files is not your savior.
It's seven steps to the bottom of the current SE save...
Crashed red ship used to be extreme scavenging.
To the point of swapping screens between assembler and chair in order to recharge the suit.
If I remember correctly, claims are exactly what stops the decay from happening.
I turned it off on my singleplayer worlds because it's meant for...
I remember piston control panels.
I have a vague inkling of rotor control panels but that must've been a very long time ago.
I don't mean to criticize, more for advice, but what sort of siege weapons were you using?
In my experience, the blocks don't take material loss...
Steam's browser probably doesn't have that capability, frankly.
They read them. Major updates take time.
Heavy armor blocks are around 12-13.5mm thick. That's right at the limit of M995 black tip, so there's no way that standard or green tip will be...
Is it possible that they are set to read only?
And did you use a soft or hard link?
I have mine linked across drives (twice actually, don't ask)...
this is the medieval engineers section
you want the space engineers section
Odd unless necessary.
My favorite part about it is that it's not some retroactive contrivance. It's actually in the original concept art.
Cockpit, not bridge. Note how the cockpit is on the same side as one of the primary docking ports. That would make it much easier to dock.
It's because the piston head is a separate grid. The dampeners only work on the main grid and do not account for piston or rotor subgrids.
You are looking for the Space Engineers section.
This is the Medieval Engineers suggestion forum.
They were always ownerless.
Separate names with a comma.