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  1. Ahh, you are right. It appears that mechjeb is plagued by the same bug then.
  2. Just noticed this bug too (in the RealismOverhaul setup). I'm gunna open a squad bug. EDIT:
  3. Awesome! In the meantime, I've opened up an issue to track this:
  4. Since some mod owners like to have the first post, I guess I'll do the same.
  5. Ever use remotetech, and then sling your space probe out to space, not realizing that your antenna power drain is just slightly more than your power output? Ever wish you could shutdown your antenna while your batteries recharge, and have it activate when they're replenished? Wish no longer! With Antenna Power Saver (or APS), you can do just that. Simply add a remotetech antenna, adjust your min and max sliders, and enable "Auto Power Save". Download: Github View the Source cfg changes powered by sarbian & ialdabaoth's ModuleManager plugin. Installation: Copy the GameData folder into the KSP root directory and merge them with the existing GameData folder. Changelog: Test code for /r/kerbalspaceprogram mods: 0Rk82j
  6. Yep, that's the best way to notify me that it's out to date. When everything is out on CKAN, I'll probably switch it over for supporting the next version of KSP
  7. If you take a look at what mods use FAR as a dependency (such as [snip]), and then take a look at any open issues that they may have regarding updating to the latest version, you may find the answer you seek. Also, doing a google search on ksp far 1.2.2 seems to pull up enough information to find what you need.
  8. There's a prerelease out, and you can also download the latest master branch. @Bornholio sorry getting a working RO/RP-0 install makes you want to rant, it is a lot of work to get a copy up and running until there's an official release out. I do have to agree with @Sol Invictus though, if one hasn't used a command line, it means that they probably haven't done much work to try to figure out why they may be experiencing whatever problem they have, which leads to a bunch of erroneous bug reports, which both slows down the release cycle as they're investigated, and also clutters up legitimate issues with non-legitimate issues. TLDR: The fact that there's a barrier to entry to get an up-to-date copy running means that the comments by those who do have a running copy are more meaningful. Also, I noticed you found some issues with the spreadsheet. I've updated those, and actually removed the reference to RealPlume-stock configs, and replaced it with just the normal realplume. I've also updated SmokeScreen. Any time you find issues in the spreadsheet, feel free to leave a comment there, as that's the quickest way I can find them and keep it up to date.
  9. @KortexM any update on making an official release? Do you have a github page where we could track what you're doing? I tried opening up an issue on @e-dog's repo, but he pointed me to you. Edit: I also found out that technically it's against the rules of this forum to post mods (or updates to mods in this case), without making the source available. Because of this, I think it's best if you make a fork on github of the OP's mod with your changes there, and I would also suggest submitting a PR to his codebase. I'd be happy to help with that if you need it!
  10. Yep, I had a feeling that was going to be the case. I do have 16 gigs of RAM, and my video card is an AMD Radeon R9 M370X, though I have no idea how that compares to other cards.
  11. I'm on a macbook pro, and have no idea how well this would run, but would love to test it out with my RO/RP-0 setup
  12. Anything we as a community can do to help you get this working on 1.2.2?
  13. I'm having the same issue with mechjeb executing maneuvers immediately, so glad to know I'm not the only one. I haven't been able to reproduce it in stock yet, so I don't know what's going on with that one.
  14. Is there any way to support RT's delay feature? For instance, I want to shut down my antenna for 1 day because it causes a drain on my batteries. RT lets me add a delay to my actions, but it seems that Action Groups Extended uses it's own queueing mechanism, and doesn't respect the delay I've put in RT. Thus, there's no way to deactivate my antenna, and then set it to active a day later without using the "Bypass RemoteTech" setting.