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Samniss Arandeen

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  1. @Nice2Bee This version does work, but I have two gripes. I tend to prefer the Locked Chase Cam, as it rolls with the aircraft. However, I fly with a controller, and have camera controls set up on the right joystick. My problem is that I can't get the camera to turn more than 5 degrees in any direction when trying to look off to the sides or above/below with the stick. There is also no "look-behind" button. Is this an issue with my keybinds or with how I have the mod configured (which I left on all defaults)? I can get the camera to steer just fine with right-click-dragging, but then it won't auto-center unless I turn the mod off and on again. Would it be possible to make a "Improved Chase Camera Continued" Mod integrating the suggested camera features? I'm used to the Ace Combat style of controls which have this style of camera and I would love to have KSP emulate it. Thank you.
  2. Yesterday was my birthday, I used the money I got then to buy an Xbone controller on the way home today. I installed the drivers and got Steam Controller working with it very well. Of course, configuring Steam Controller for KSP is a nightmare because the game's functions are numerous and ever-changing. I'm also an ESDF guy, and since Steam and Squad decided making the controller emulate a keyboard was the solution to go for, it took 30 minutes of configuration to get a setup I actually can use. Here's me taking the Aeris 3A out for a spin. I can fly rather precisely with a controller, something a keeb would never be able to achieve.
  3. Yeah, sure, why not. I'm Samniss Arandeen, and that's me four months ago, posing next to a school project.
  4. During missile defense, the F-15E Strike Eagle may deploy chaff and flares to fool missile guidance systems and allow the target aircraft a chance to escape.
  5. Granted, your new computer is overclocked, aircooled, and set up in the middle of Arizona with no air conditioning. I wish I had a million bucks.
  6. Not so smart with your brains outside your head, eh?
  7. You screwed up there, mate. You claim to have added, but -54 is actually -53 less one. Continuing from Brent Kerman: I add one to make (-13 * 4)
  8. I'd rather not, thanks. Press the button to start a colony on another world, but getting there takes so long as to require cryogenic stasis, and you have a 25% chance of waking up early and dying before the ship arrives.
  9. I do not press it, in the name of performance and stability. Unneeded cruft, I say. Push this button to have the ultimate gaming rig...but it's permanently set up inside a room in the Sahara Desert without air conditioning.
  10. I make a mold of the button in sand, then press the button with a dowel through the fill hole. After the button fades from existence, I pour my new aluminum into the mold and wait for it to cool. This cast button will, if pressed, Strangereal will become the real world, and our current world will become fictional.
  11. A.C. Combat - Fighter pilots dogfight to see who gets the air-conditioned bunk during the summer. "The Belkin War" is a spinoff involving the phone charger. Ae Combat - A dogfight between users of diacritics and just plain critics.
  12. Is spit back out, now turned into a fellow agent. Inserts Agent Smith
  13. I suggest a slight modification to this challenge - cheapest per-Kerbal to 100km orbit and back.
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