21:46 - Erik M. ...so that at least all references are in the same FILE, but not on the same sheet. Changing all that is way too time-consuming, so I just accept it's not possible. Or at least, I don't think it's possible.
21:40 - Erik M. To answer your questions, I tried to change the cell references. I like all my references in one sheet, and I don't want references in another file. So now I just copy the sheet I want + reference sheet to the file...
21:36 - Erik M. No, I have lots of different files with mass balances of different process configurations. Sometimes I need to combine sheets from different files, which at first I had problems with, but now not so much anymore.
21:27 - Erik M. Well, I work with Excel a lot as well for my job, so I've already learned a lot. But seeing as I'm a process engineer, I'm not sure whether you could help me. I mainly set up mass balances in Excel and do lots of calculations.
21:25 - Jaeryd17 What kind of formula changes are you trying to make? Changing the reference to a different file name, or just changing cell references?
21:13 - Zaphod Jooe, [link] You'll probably like this.
21:04 - Erik M. Well, those #DIV/0 can be undone though, but once a cell has #REF! in it, you're screwed unless you didn't save the file, because a simple Crtl + Z doesn't undo it, hahaha. And don't get me started on those circular references...
01. Alpha Eri 02. M20 03. Gas und Staub zwischen den Sternen 04. Sternenstaub 05. Verteilung der Nebel im Raum 06. NGC 6611 07. NGC 3242 (Ghost Of Jupiter)
Close your eyes, lean back; prepare yourself for liftoff. Rise out from your seat, through your ceiling, your roof, and into the sky above as Alrakis embraces you, freeing mind and body from this terrestrial realm. Soon, as you rise through the heavens, away from the reaches of the Earth, you begin a cosmic black metal journey not unlike that of Sun Of The Blind or Chaos Moon.
At this time you have left everything you have ever known behind and in its place, the Cosmos. Floating through this massive void your outstretched hand can almost feel the warm touch of a passing planet, the rough skin of a soaring meteor. By now you have become fully acclimated with your new surroundings; feeling ever more alive in this lifeless landscape until you begin a rapid descent.
Grasped by the gravity of a nearby, unknown star, you rapidly free fall towards its surface at terminal velocity. Your hair starts to singe, reaching flames lick out towards your body; you know it is only a matter of time before you will inevitably disintegrate in this fiery inferno. And then you are lifted back up, resuming your cosmic journey.
You repeat this near-death dance several times, always thinking it will be the last. Exhausted, you fall limp, resigning yourself to the uncontrollable throes of space until you realize it is over. No more do the tumultuous forces of the universe haunt you, instead leaving you alone to become one with the outstretched stars and planets, each passing quasar and grain of stardust, no longer fearful of atmospheric heat or the suction of a black hole. You are finally at peace, on your way to Alpha Eri.
Pretty cool album. Darkspace are still rulers of space but I'm enjoying this quite a bit.
I see both as parallels to be honest. Can't compare them at all. Both are wonderful bands but they take a completely different approach for their space concept.
Darkspace just shows an empty and sometimes terrifying portrait of space while Alrakis displays a more beautiful, delicate and calm melancholy approach to it.
And Oranssi Pazuzu?...They are just tripping balls dude.