musi ni li pona mute! mi wile ni: sina pali e musi namako! :D
Press Enter to generate a new constellation, more shortcuts here. All the options are available via the context menu (right-click or tap-and-hold on the generator).
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the first one I got was sexta, like really?
It would be even greater if you could have the possibility to set the number of stars, just in case you need an Aries-like constellation (3 stars "that's defitely a ram") or an Argo-like one (enough stars to create 3 constellations).
keep up the good work but don't over work your self
these are all great. I don't really know how these generators work but it mast take time to do make things like this 👍
I'm starstruck at your skilz and imagination.
Great tool ! Just a note about accessibility, some people are using a keyboard that is not in QWERTY and the [ and ] are not usable.
I second this issue even for non-english QWERTYs, clicking on the keys that would be [ and ] doesn't do anything
OMG! Just about last week I was desperately looking for a good random constellation generator! This is perfect!! Thank you! 🌟🌠
Yet another fantastic little generator! Thank you for continuing to make these, it gives me stars in my eyes 🤩😊💖
You know, if you collected all of these projects into a single program it'd be one of the greatest RPG tools ever created. All that's missing is a map generator, that lets you edit the map afterwards. Sort of a get started generator, then edit to your needs.
Stellar tool! Simple and creative.
Love it! Would be fun if it randomly generated names regardless of the star formation. We all know constellations barely look like their names.
I was just going to say the same thing! I did notice that when exporting to SVG (Thank you watabou!) that they are named, possibly randomly, from the full list of 88 (or more) RL constellations...
Those names are generated, but apparently 88 (a bit fewer) seed words are not really enough to generate new Latin-like words using Markov chains :) Maybe I'll try to generate them differently.
Another great idea!
I like it! :D