Hasn't been a near god mode beta in years, if you are that far from ordinary mode it must make fault identifying extremely difficult and there is no other justification for betas.Consider leaving the beta servers permanently open, with new stuff injected as needed. I strongly suspect a lot of casual types would like just flapping about in-near god-mode, and don't particularly care about persistance.
I don't know about near God Mode, but having a persistent Beta with fixes updated at will would be a great idea and Frontier would be wise to do this.Consider leaving the beta servers permanently open, with new stuff injected as needed. I strongly suspect a lot of casual types would like just flapping about in-near god-mode, and don't particularly care about persistance.
By the look of it you could just delete the folder "Public Test Server 64" in your elite installation location. (in Products - 19.4 GB on my PC)Quick question for somebody here - haven't actually tried yet but how does one go about uninstalling the beta? (could do with freeing up a bit of disk space).
Yeah, I'd heard and considered that but I'd still (I assume) be left with two installations of Elite on my HD at the end and to be honest, now I have better broadband, the update doesn't take that long anyway so I think I'd rather just tidy things up.You'd probably have to remove it manually, and then let the launcher fix itself later, if there'll ever be another open beta (which is highly likely). Are you sure you want to do that though, and not free up space elsewhere instead? When the update comes out, the launcher should use the beta's files for the live download, so that the ones which weren't changed from the beta can just be copied over, no need to download them again.