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Simeon
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Stellarium suggestions

I have a suggeston for the next release:

Can you hide the cmd window?
I thought about suggesting to add a fullscreen switch to the ini till I saw that you can change it in the programms ini so I think it isnt necessary.

John T. Haller
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Nope

Stellarium doesn't let you hide the command line window. We tried. Otherwise we would have.

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ok

Then I'll have to get used to it Smile

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Stellarium running on eee pc linux?

Can Stellarium running on eee pc linux?

Cause i thinking of getting my a eee pc linux,

i not familiar with linux but want to try

something new, any one try it before?

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WINE

Try installing WINE on it, and then installing it inside WINE.

Installing WINE on an Eee PC
PortableApps.com Application Compatibility table - Stellarium has not yet been added to this list, though.

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Sorry.

I missed this a week ago when you posted, but anyhow, John's right. I wasn't able to hide the command prompt window. Stellarium would just hang in memory until I killed it.

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