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About carmenara

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    Aish el-Saraya

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  • Location Dessert planets
  • Interests space, sheeps, space sheeps
  1. I would love a green text, black background version of this because 80s.
  2. Returning player

    I got distracted for a while supporting various indie games as a socmed influencer / community contributor but I might get back to KSP.... once I have Kerbalism working for 1.3.1.
  3. [WIP] Universal Storage

    Simply gorgeous! Am I the only one who would like more "empty" payload bays inside these fancy doors?
  4. The "You know you're playing a lot of KSP when..." thread

    Whenever I go to "Kerbau Road" on my way to shopping or the Hindu temple, I find a weird sense of deja vu. What is Jeb's address?
  5. Should I start over my career save or ditch my present one because another update just came out a month later? Yep, this is why I never left Kerbin SOI. Since 2012.
  6. [1.3.0] Kerbalism v1.2.9

    My favorite mod from 1.3. Has anyone tried running this on 1.3.1?
  7. What's the craziest mission you've ever pulled off?

    Nothing really fantastic, but I wanted to build a low tech SSTO with the most basic jet and rocket engines, but dress it up to look sci-fi. The "Switchblade" space plane won't win any awards for efficiency or payload, but was one of the prettiest Beta craft I ever flew.
  8. Wow, 6 months???

    Oh yeah, Factorio was recommended to me by the indie band. Talked about the virtual equivalient of supply and demand for a while there. I left KSP for more than a year to pick up a sandbox naval warfare game, while time just flew by while I slaved away in my day job. Built 1860-1905 warships using historical plans. When I became an IT manager I started promoting new indiedev games, discovered Shadowrun: Dragonfall had a character that mirrored my life history almost completely (what a shocker) and picked up the developer's latest game, BattleTech (2018), and thanks to one of the classic Battletech factions, took up Bollywood dancing for real... which kind of impressed the ethnic part of my (real life) department enough to build rapport to epic levels. Knowing a few Indian ladies is pretty much how I got out of the dystopian sci-fi reality I was stuck in. I might be taking Hindi classes next to keep in character Oh, and I introduced a indie band to KSP and gave them some inspiration to boost their rep with. The experimental space groove is nearly perfect for KSP.
  9. I introduced a local band to KSP!

    Soon after I started promoting them, this band landed a gig at the Blade Runner 2049 premiere. It was great
  10. I came across a local band that uses NASA imagery and themes for their live performances. Perilune is a new indie electronica band showcasing experimental "space grooves" that I thought would be perfect for KSP. I met up with the band on their 15th September live performance in Singapore and some of the audience too are fans of KSP! They were happy with my offer to make a KSP video montage featuring their music, and put up the entire recording of their live performance on Soundcloud as well. What do you think?
  11. Carmenara's Back to Basics

    Going back to the Mun after 2 years! With an ambitious but rubbish huge satellite..
  12. Hey @esinohio, love it!
  13. [1.3.0] Kerbalism v1.2.9

    I am enjoying Kerbalism a lot. It offers a lot of intuitive functionality without being overwhelming. The implementation also makes a lot of sense and the minimalistic interface provides a lot of control over craft functions. I especially appreciate the ability to prioritize science transmissions. Thumbs up!
  14. Really odd. Used CKAN to install AVP along with its dependencies. KSC looks like an underwater paradise which I presume is not the intended result. Pretty sure CKAN is installing the right version of Scatterer automatically? Also loading times to the main menu became horrendous and the tracking station hard-locked the PC.