Nergal8617

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  1. What about them is not working?
  2. I'm not positive, but as long as you have welded the ports together so there are no more parts from the mod actually on the station you shouldn't have any problems. It would be fairly easy to test,start a new sandbox, set something up on the launchpad or runway, weld it together, save, quit and remove the mod then load up again and see if the test craft still loads.
  3. I would love to grab this mod, unfortunately I'm pushing the limits of my system with the number of mods I already have . Might be time to see what I can get rid of.
  4. Glad you figured it out.
  5. Going to need a bit more information, what version of KSP are you using and a screenshot of your Gamedata folder at the minimum. Oh, and welcome to the forums.
  6. Automatic maintenance will also refuel nuclear reactors if you have extra fuel on hand, very useful.
  7. That is good to know. I knew about the interface, I've just never tried to use it to transfer fuel.
  8. Does Local Logistics work with fuel? I can't recall ever having tried.
  9. I'm loving the new launch vehicles, I now have some launchers capable of lofting large or heavy(usually both) space station assemblies into orbit. Also useful for large and/or heavy USI-MKS colony modules.
  10. If you have an MPU on the drilling rig it can push to planetary logistics; even if you never turn on the converter or have any machinery in it. That way you don't need a pilot or a logistics module. The only time you need a pilot or quartermaster is when you want to pull materials out of planetary logistics.
  11. No problem.
  12. These two links are a great place to start for learning module manager. https://github.com/sarbian/ModuleManager/wiki/Module-Manager-Handbook
  13. That would be nice, but with the large radial decouplers it would be fairly easy to do liquid fueled boosters, especially on a large rocket.
  14. If you have NFE installed it changes the mechanics with the USI reactors to match the mechanics of the NFE reactors. That being said, if you are sending a manned mission you can carry additional fuel for the reactors and refuel them in flight.