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Add Space Elevator v1.2
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Alan Bartholet
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This plugin is available as a right click popmenu option. It adds a space elevator (mega structure) to a terrestrial or gas giant body and gives it a random population. A dialogue window will allow you to select a minimum and maximum for the random population.

This plugin also has the option of randomly selecting an image from a folder to use as the preview image instead of the default mega structure image. To you this you must edit the AstroScript file and set the "sFolder" variable located near the top of the file to the path to the folder you wish to use. Detailed instructions are located in the AstroScript file. If you don't want to use this option just leave the AstroScript file as is and it will use the default mega structure preview image.

Comments and rating are welcome and appreciated.
If you have any questions, suggestions or encounter a bug please contact me through the mailing list and include "Add Space Elevator" in the subject.

Change Log:
Version 1.2
- The random selection of preview images now checks for valid file extensions (bmp, png, jpg, jpeg) and if none are found it uses the default mega structure image.

Version 1.1
- Fixed the default random population so it really is between 1,000 and 100,000.
- Added a dialogue window to allow the user to enter their own minimum and maximum population ranges.

Version 1.0
- Initial upload