From: I'm from New Hampshire; I only work in cyberspace
Thanks guys, air was getting stuffy...
Yes, I have read the manual and wil continue to read it. I have read it in some detail & do not recall a clear discussion of the points I raised, but that's OK - the manual doesn't explain Reaction Radius, either.
BTW, I'm a technical writer - I write manuals and Help and system dox, yadda yadda. I'd give the manual a C-. There is some content that is simply missing, the organization could've been rethought (how about a section on Tasks, for instance, or even 'Port Ops'? - you don't have to organize the material around things), and the layout is not eyeball friendly.
Gimme a solid month (200 hours) with the program and I'll write a manual and online Help. $8,000 should be right.
In all fairness, I don't know what their business model is and what the deadlines were.
This is why I come here for info. Also, a primary research technique is...run the program!
And...do I conclude that Mynok is correct & one needs only a docked or undocked TF for support and repairs to function?
Does docking impede these operations?
Another one: do support and repair ships who have cargo capabilities need Supplies in the hold to operate?
< Message edited by HexHead -- 3/16/2010 6:54:41 PM >
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