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==Tool Details==
 
==Tool Details==
   
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===Location===
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==Location==
   
 
The [[Interface#Add|Add]] button is located on the [[Interface#Bottom Bar|bottom bar]]. When clicked, the Add Tool menu will appear, displaying a list of objects that can be added to the simulation, sorted by [[Object Types|object type]], as well as four [[Add Tool#Settings|settings]]: Still, Orbit, Binary, and Launch.
 
The [[Interface#Add|Add]] button is located on the [[Interface#Bottom Bar|bottom bar]]. When clicked, the Add Tool menu will appear, displaying a list of objects that can be added to the simulation, sorted by [[Object Types|object type]], as well as four [[Add Tool#Settings|settings]]: Still, Orbit, Binary, and Launch.
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Certain objects can also be added to the simulation with the Launch setting using the numbers 1-8 on the [[Keyboard Controls|keyboard]].
 
Certain objects can also be added to the simulation with the Launch setting using the numbers 1-8 on the [[Keyboard Controls|keyboard]].
   
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===Settings===
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==Settings==
   
 
The Add settings determine the initial [[Velocity Vector|velocity]] that the new object will be given when it is added to the simulation.
 
The Add settings determine the initial [[Velocity Vector|velocity]] that the new object will be given when it is added to the simulation.

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