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  1. I did play a lot of games since I got my first computer (Commodore 64) in the mid-1980s. However, before I got addicted to KSP in late 2013, I played a heavily modded version of Oolite (reaching a rating of "Dangerous"). And before that there was NFS The Run, Far Cry 2 and the likes. Now it's mainly KSP with the occasional round of "Simutrans" or "Tropico 4" in between. Oh, and once in a while I return to the planet "Targ" and enjoy a round of "Mercenary" on my C64.
  2. Yeah, same with me. I thought "Making History" would contain "kerbal style" counterparts to Soyuz, Gemini etc. and was a little disappointed by the final product.
  3. regarding A) in that case, replace "purist" with "stock" regarding B) Yup, you're right. Should've used "russian style pods"
  4. Yesterday, I did find the time to eventually try out the new parts that came with the DLC and I must say that really like the new soyuz russian style pods. Best thing is that there's now a 2 crew pod available (through DLC). So I am curious - do you use the new DLC parts along with stock in your latest creations or do you go for stock-only parts, even with DLC installed?
  5. So, "Kerbol" is now called "the Sun"? How did that happen?! I want Kerbol back!! "It is however extremely important to note that the celestial body is called "The Sun" in the English game, and "Sun" in the game files. There is no such thing as Kerbol outside of the community forums and wiki." oh, never noticed ...
  6. KSP 1.4.1 and Making History on Windows 10, 64 Bit: and Linux Mint 18.3 x86_64 So I started the first of the MH missions, "Dawn of the Space Age" and built the first rocket, launched it and so on. Then I quit the game, started it again and wanted to continue the mission where I left. Unfortunately, this will not work and you are placed in map view with a focus around the "sun" (shouldn't that be Kerbol?) and the date suddenly is: Year 999, Day 499 - 05:59:59. Also there is no way to access the menu in order to leave map view (e.g. select Tracking Station or Space Center).
  7. I just got the word. So sad ...
  8. A new release, a new start (as usual). So this time it's "Mizar Five Corp." on their way to fortune ... or facepalm. We'll see ...
  9. On Linux Mint 18.3 I can't install the DLC because of this error: My KSP Version is 1.4.0 and build version is 02077 while the DLC will only work with build 2080 - is there a way to work around this problem? And why isn't the proper build that is compatible with the DLC in the download area anyway? Okay, 1.4.1 is now available for download. Problem solved.
  10. Yay! Today is the day - if only the servers weren't so busy right now ...