KillAshley

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  1. Hey Ashley, I'm working on a planet pack for KSP this summer. Can you please send me a link to that calculator for the atmosphere. THX in advance,

     

    Kopernicus :)

     

  2. Hi! I'm trying to make a Kopernicus pack, but i'm stuck because i need to calculate some atmospheres, so may i have the link for your calculator?

    Thanks in advance!

  3. have you also noticed that this isn't up to date and is actually for 1.3, not 1.3.x? have you heard of pastebin? or even using dropbox to upload the logs? because it will stop you from creating ridiculously long posts and will make it more likely i will actually respond. apart from that if you want it to work properly, then you will have to downgrade. Like i said above, this is for 1.3, not 1.3.x so dont expect it to work in any other version than 1.3.0 until i update it. I was working on an update, but it was being made with an older kopernicus version for 1.3.1, but due to kopernicus updates i was holding off on doing more work on it as it would've needed changing with the kopernicus updates anyway
  4. i have no idea how ckan works, and have never used it myself. There is an updates to my github but not an official release yet, which is why ckan is a lower version, hopefully i can release it soon
  5. I'm making a planet in ksp with Kopernicus. May have a link for the calculator pplease?

    Thanks

  6. just an FYI everybody, I'm back and have begun to update NH once again. Sorting through like 15 pages on the thread was a pain, but hopefully i should be able to get everything done up soon. I'm hoping to have a crack at finishing Derso (the planet which has been a placeholder up to this point) too. If you want to keep up to date you can follow the github for NH, or you can join the Kopernicus discord if you have any other issues or questions.
  7. Good to see UL is still working fine in 1.3.1, I did a small update to Kerbin's atmosphere coloring, but nothing special.
  8. Good to see this is still working fine in 1.3.1 even after all this time. No issues have been found but if I've overlooked something please let me know.
  9. i could possibly update it at some point but my priority when i come back is my main packs, ill look into it though, k?
  10. probably a change in kopernicus to actually start using those values properly, originally it didn't do anything. I'll fix it very soon. possibly, however i think I'll have to check it out soon to make sure, KAC was sometimes weird with the reparenting, same with TWP....some people get issues, others don't.
  11. been busy last couple months rebuilding my real life. Will be coming back to fix everything up now things are on the up again. Don't know if KASE works currently, however haven't had any msg's to tell me it doesn't so I'd assume it would be ok. Expect some updates on all my mods soon.
  12. Hey all, Sorry for disappearing, had a lot of personal issues last couple months such as losing my job and almost my home, so I haven't really been around. Once I'm up to it I'll be looking at fixing up NH again and addressing all the issues people have been having. Hopefully I'll be back soon. X oh and btw @Plummet landing at night won't change the exploding kerbals, it's very hot on Ernus. You do get about 5-10 seconds of EVA before you explode though, so use them wisely and quicksave a lot.
  13. I am working on a planet in Kopernicus and would like the key calculator. May I have a link?

  14. thats very odd, i have a game running fine with 1.3.0-4. Could you upload the /logs/ folder so i can see the kopernicus logs? there has to be something odd going on. someone can, sure. Unfortunately I wont do it myself. Galactic Neighborhood works with NH iirc so you can always pair it with other packs, however you will start in the stock system not the NH system.