Instructions

Here is a Step by Step going through the use of each feature.

  1. Select a Save Slot. This loads all space station and base locations on that slot/save on the Base and Space Station tab.
  2. Click a location in one of the Listboxes to view the location info. Glyphs and Galactic Coordinates, Portal Code, and Voxel will be displayed.
  3. Move player to that location by clicking the Move Player Here button, then RELOAD YOUR SAVE in NMS.
  4. If you traveled through a portal and want to clear the Portal Interference, click the Clear Interference button, then RELOAD YOUR SAVE in NMS. 
  5. Enable Manual Travel to travel to any valid coordinates. On the Manual Travel Tab, Select a galaxy then enter Galactic Coordinates, then click the move player button.
  6. Trigger a Freighter Battle by clicking the “Trigger Freighter Battle” button on the Manual Travel tab, then RELOAD YOUR SAVE in NMS then warp.
  7. Go to File –> Backups –> backup discoveries to .txt and save all your locations to a txt file in .backup. These are accessed on the Coordinate Share Tab.
  8. View location files on the Coordinate Share tab by double-clicking the file or the load lockbackup button. Click a location to view a location summary, and click the Move Player Here button to fast travel to the selected location.
  9. Right-click a location in the top Listbox on the Coordinate Share tab to create a one record location file to share with others or delete single records.
  10. Right-click the lower Listbox on the Coordinate Share tab to delete unwanted location files.
  11. Use the Coordinate Calculator by clicking the Coordinate Calculator button and entering (1) coordinate at a time in the textboxes and clicking the button below it. View all converted coordinates at the bottom.
  12. On the Coordinate Calculator, clicking the glyphs will populate the Portal Code field. Then click calculate to see the coordinates.
  13.  Enable Travel Mode to start tracking your Terminus locations before traveling through a terminus or when hitting the limit. See video below.

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