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While in game, hold Alt+F10. From there go to the entity list in the first drop down menu. There you will see a list of ships/grids. You can hold control and click on the ones you want to delete, then click remove.
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There is also the option to delete a creation, this is done with the (default) - CTRL+X keys. A copy of the deleted object will always be stored on the clipboard, and can be pasted back into the game.
Just enable "Creative" in the Space Master tool Alt+F10 OR Select your save, click "Settings" on the left and go to world advanced settings to enable Copy/paste. _____ Note Old dead discussions get locked and it is in the
How do you delete a ship in space engineers? While in game, hold Alt+F10. From there go to the entity list in the first drop down menu. There you will see a list of ships/grids. You can hold control and click on the ones you want.
Apparently in dev branch you can now Ctrl+X a planet to delete it. I did it earlier trying to deleta a crashed car, proper wtf moment lol I did it earlier trying to deleta a crashed car, proper wtf moment lol
Mar 2, 2016 @ 9:00am. in creative, you can simply take it out of the container, fly somewhere safe, take it out of your inv. and delete it with ctrl + x. (or ctrl x the container out of existance. but for that, you should make sure that it is NOT part of any important grid. best idea would be to just put the stuff into a new container) In ...
Specifically for Frankys.Space servers but the same concept should apply to most servers that set the option to delete respawnships
I've figured out how to use the admin tools to delete them, which fixes the performance issues, at least until a few more waves spawn, but I want a more permanent way to stop them from spawning. Thanks for your help. 6 comments. 78% Upvoted.
Space Engineers - Beacon block and copy/paste/delete When your cross-hair is directed towards ship or station, use "Ctrl" + "C" to copy object into clipboard. Clipboarded items may also be transfered to other save files by simply exiting your current save, loading the next and than pasting the item into space.
There are currently two sizes of grids. Each grid can consist only of blocks of a matching block size. Blocks are therefore commonly referred to as being either "small-grid" or "large-grid" blocks. (Also "small ship" or "large ship" / "station" blocks.) Grid sizes may be mixed only through the use of Sub-Grids .