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  1. [snip] Galileo's Planet Pack is hosted and developed on a public GitHub repository (as a lot of mods are), if you are willing and able to contribute either bug fixes, improvements or new content please feel free to issue a pull request against the repository: https://github.com/Galileo88/Galileos-Planet-Pack/pulls The Pull Requests will be discussed and reviewed and could potentially be merged into the main branch of this mod to allow 3rd Party improvements to be made. If you are willing to help, thank you. PSA over.
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    CommNet Signal Strength Calculator & Antenna Selector

    Hi Scimas. The whole document was created within Google Sheets and to that note, some functions may not work correctly in Excel (maybe) as the function list between Google Sheets and Excel are different in some areas, however, if you have some Excel knowledge you should be able to trace back the dependency that is causing the issue and change the formula. Which part exactly is causing the issue, do you have a screenshot, cell and formula reference of it? The GPP calculator does not use a 1000 year table because I was too lazy to calculate all these figures for the 30 or so bodies that GPP has. The difference between these two methods is somewhat considerable. Just using the Apo-Peri figures will always give you a larger distance value because the bodies are at the furthest extents and are co-planar. If you just take inclination into account, this is not really representative as you also need to consider the Argument of Periapsis... and then again the Epoch and Universe Time... and at this point you may as well do the calcs to give the figures over a long period of time. Ultimately, just using the Apo-Peri figures will give you worst case scenarios. If someone had super coding skills, you could reference KSP's API on an external site potentially to dynamically calculate all of these distances pretty easily. There was a Discord plugin that hooked into KSP to give the players game status so I am sure it could be possible.
  3. Thank you for the heads up, Valerian. That particular portion of text was from the original OPM OP as far as I am aware so it probably needs looking over then. I'll look into how we patch in Planet Shine and update it accordingly.
  4. They essentially point to the same download at the moment, however, OPM Galileo is being frozen on CKAN going forward and we will be continuing the distribution as 'Outer Planets Mod' officially from here on out. So just install that one.
  5. That's a superb infographic there, @wile1411!
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    KSP Wiki Down

    For reference it was an 8bit .png image with a indexed/clamped colour palette.
  7. There were only just around 30 downloads of the release at the time and the file has been directly replaced with one of identical filename so CKAN will pick that up for future downloads. If you can't resolve an issue you have with CKAN, delete OPM manually and force install the OPM 2.2.1 package via CKAN's command line.
  8. Thank you for the helpful report. The 2.2.1 release distribution archive has been updated. By all means redownload OPM and now it should be fine.
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    KSP Wiki Down

    Thank you for your time and efforts.
  10. We don't list Extrasolar as a compatible mod... sorry, you'd have to take up this issue with the Extrasolar mod developer.
  11. New Release Outer Planets Mod v2.2.1 - Link Changelog v2.2.1 Fixed errors in Slate and Wal's normal map paths causing them not to use OnDemand loading effectively. Previous changelogs can be found on the GitHub repository or the original forum thread: https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/93999-1
  12. A more elegant way of handling this whole thing would be to include something like PatchManager as a dependency and then the user would be prompted on first load of the game with the J2X mod to select whether they want the OPM-revert patch loaded or not.
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    KSP Wiki Down

    @ManeTI as Omaha is experiencing above, I am still not able to upload files to the Wiki and am getting the same error messages. When I queried this on the Wiki support page I was told it was due to the 'Server Migration' but on the previous page of this thread you say that this has been done and is no longer relevant...? Can you help with this issue? Upload error Could not read or write file "mwstore://local-backend/local-public/0/0f/Moho_Biome_Map_1.2.png" due to insufficient permissions or missing directories/containers. Could not store file "/tmp/phpDstUHO" at "mwstore://local-backend/local-public/0/0f/Moho_Biome_Map_1.2.png".
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    Antenna Range Diagram (stock / OPM /JX2 / GPP / GPO)

    @Kergarin, with the recent update to OPM, the antenna and DSN modifiers were removed so that the stock antenna and DSN power output levels persist, however, a Level 4 DSN was introduced (being the same power as the old OPM Level 3) so that far out comms can still be achieved. Unfortunately this means that your amazing graphic in the OP is now outdated as of OPM v2.2.0. I just thought I'd give you a heads up as these kind of changes are tricky to hear about sometimes.