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Ferry <<n:1[/%d]>><<n:1[a VIP/tourists]>> safely to ...

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All my tourism contracts spam alternative text. Example:

Ferry <<n:1[/%d]>><<n:1[a VIP/tourists]>> safely to <<n:3[destination/destinations/destination]>><<n:4[./and back./ and back.]>>

Looks ugly and doesn't really fit the interface. Is this a known issue or something I could fix?

KSP_linux with mods: KAC, MJ, and ModuleManager (via MJ for all)

 

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Can you supply more information. You say your install is modded. Have you tried without the mods installed to determine if this is a stock bug or a problem with mods interaction?
What flavor of Linux are you running?
Can you provide an uploaded log link?

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Oh. I was expecting this is well known and I'm just incapable of finding it, hence the lack of details. Sorry about that.

Problem exists in the vanilla game. I just unpacked a fresh copy, cheated me some science that I could complete first orbit and see tourism contracts.

Debian Linux, KSP says it's 1.3.0.1804

http://84.200.202.96/Player.log (722kB)

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Laie said:

Oh. I was expecting this is well known and I'm just incapable of finding it, hence the lack of details. Sorry about that.

Problem exists in the vanilla game. I just unpacked a fresh copy, cheated me some science that I could complete first orbit and see tourism contracts.

Debian Linux, KSP says it's 1.3.0.1804

http://84.200.202.96/Player.log (722kB)

 

 

Thanks. Will get the QA guys to take a look.

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Since this is about the unmodded game, I've moved it to the Unmodded support forum. Hope you get it sorted out soon! :)

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@Laie What version of Debian Linux are you running?

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@JPLRepo: Debian Jessie (the current "stable" release), the nominal Kernel version I currently have is 3.16.43-2.

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I have the same issue (in ubuntu 14.04). Names of vessels generated for/by rescue missions are similarly garbled.

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Vessel names as viewed in VAB are affected as well. In flight they are displayed correctly though. Issue is seen in mission control too.

ksp_garble2.jpg

kps_garble.jpg

The VAB floor flicker that I first saw in 1.2 is still there too, as in the picture (http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/149787-12-vabsph-floor-marking-flicker/#comment-2799844).

Kernel: 

:~$ uname -a
Linux desktop 4.4.0-78-generic #99~14.04.2-Ubuntu SMP Thu Apr 27 18:49:46 UTC 2017 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

 

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I have the same issue on Linux Mint 17.3

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Spoiler

A parser loses initial '<' and instead of correct xml/html parsing just shows the rest of raw text.

 

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We have identified the problem and a fix is currently being tested.

 

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