Illogic

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  1. I just fixed mine, I've been so mad I haven't played the game in months, I just can't stand docking or landing with the keyboard! I've had an itch for KSP the last couple of days, so I decided to sit down and figure this out... So here's what I did, with my Logitech Extreme 3D Pro: 1. Close KSP.exe 2. Visit http://support.logitech.com/product/extreme-3d-pro and download the joystick's gaming software (~15mb) Note: If you have another Logitech controller other than the Extreme 3D Pro, browse the site for the software specifically designed for the controller in your possession. 3. Install software and set-up, once installed and the software is running, continue to step 4. 4. In the Logitech Profiler application, select "Select A Game", and "Create new game profile". Using your file browser, find the KSP.exe icon and select it. (It would not show up automatically for me, which could explain why Microsoft Flight Simulators liked my joystick and KSP didn't, this is a logitech auto-detect software inadequacy, not a Squad/KSP bug) 5. Now enter your KSP file folder and delete the "Settings.cfg" file, this will remove any key binding you had previously set, but it's worth it! 6. Ensure your Logitech Profiler is running, close all windows, and run KSP.exe 7. In KSP.exe, go to Settings -> Input -> Flight. On the right side column, you should now be able to assign Axis Bindings, which will enable you to control spaceships(And Planes) with a Logitech 3D!!!
  2. I just fixed mine, I've been so mad I haven't played the game in months, I just can't stand docking or landing with the keyboard! I've had an itch for KSP the last couple of days, so I decided to sit down and figure this out... So here's what I did, with my Logitech Extreme 3D Pro: 1. Close KSP.exe 2. Visit http://support.logitech.com/product/extreme-3d-pro and download the joystick's gaming software (~15mb) Note: If you have another Logitech controller other than the Extreme 3D Pro, browse the site for the software specifically designed for the controller in your possession. 3. Install software and set-up, once installed and the software is running, continue to step 4. 4. In the Logitech Profiler application, select "Select A Game", and "Create new game profile". Using your file browser, find the KSP.exe icon and select it. (It would not show up automatically for me, which could explain why Microsoft Flight Simulators liked my joystick and KSP didn't, this is a logitech auto-detect software inadequacy, not a Squad/KSP bug) 5. Now enter your KSP file folder and delete the "Settings.cfg" file, this will remove any key binding you had previously set, but it's worth it! 6. Ensure your Logitech Profiler is running, close all windows, and run KSP.exe 7. In KSP.exe, go to Settings -> Input -> Flight. On the right side column, you should now be able to assign Axis Bindings, which will enable you to control spaceships(And Planes) with a Logitech 3D!!! Hope this works!!! Please exclaim publicly if it does and your excitement gets to my level!!!
  3. Figured when my parachute didn't burn up in re-entry. Thanks!
  4. Hello KSP Support! I just started playing again after a 6 month hiatus. The first thing I did after 15min of play was turn down the music settings to Zero (So I could listen to the new Slipknot album) and hit 'apply'. This caused my game to go into "Windowed" mode and I had an improper view of my HUD/UI so my ship crashed... I had to force the program to close and re-open to get the full HUD/UI to display. Once open, I went to the menu options for graphics/display and noticed my video display settings weren't at their most optimum (By default), and the Full Screen option was unchecked. I believe that when I went to the in-game setting to turn down the music audio and hit 'apply', the default settings over-rode my input changes to the default changes and set my game to "Windowed Mode". By simply going back into the game and selecting "Full Screen" the problem was fixed, but all I did was change the music volume and hit apply. Let me know if you want me to try changing the audio settings again to see if it recurs. Easy problem, easy fix, thanks for the game!
  5. Hey guys! I've been playing KSP since open Alpha and been strapping into rockets ever since! This is my first post here and it's only because I have a very direct question: Do Aerodynamic forces take effect with Nose Cones yet??? I have been deployed (Active Duty Military) for the last 6 months and just got back, the last update I was a part of was the Meteor/Comet/Arm Grabber update for like 1 day before I had to leave... I was very sad and without a gaming laptop to take with me on deployment! A simple answer and a "Welcome Back" will mark this thread solved. Thanks guys!