Those manual calculations never were accurate and they get worse the more stars there are in a system. Personally I've deactivated those green indicators...
I see, I thought there might be some kind of in-code logic that uses distance to arrival in single star systems.. (But it's a WW, ELWs can't be terraformed.)EDDiscovery currently uses the semi-major axis to determine whether a planet is in the habitable zone, and ignores the semi-major axis for co-orbital planets, which is why the earth-like planet 6 in this image isn't highlighted. The number before the slash is the distance from arrival, while the number after the slash is the semi-major axis.
I see, I thought there might be some kind of in-code logic that uses distance to arrival in single star systems.. (But it's a WW, ELWs can't be terraformed.)
Will post again when I find a single star/ non binary combination with wrong colouring (I could swear that I've seen those )
I know. It that was just a remark to Bravada's "earth-like planet 6", it's no ELW and that can be recognized by the terraformable symbol next to it which wouldn't be there if it really was an ELW.ELWs can't be terraformed but they have to be in the habitable zone, which is what the green indicates.
musictrackvariable using the conventional "EventClass_MusicTrack". One would expect this to be returned as it's listed as part of the "Event Music".
TriggerName = UIMusicworks too, but it doesn't deliver the variable "MusicTrack" either. (see DOCX for info, you can open it in Wordpad/RTF).