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  1. I usually launch a light sat into a low orbit and match its orbital plane with the one of Minmus (or the Moon in the case of RSS). Then, I can align the KSC position right from the Tracking Center without switching to the sat. It’s even more convenient to make Ap and Pe of the sat at the intersections with the equator plane, so these points are visible on the map.
  2. Hi, @dtoxic! I cannot reproduce the bug. I create a craft in VAB, make a part of it a subassembly, add this subassembly to the craft again, launch it and nothing weird happens. Could you please provide a detailed step-by-step instructions?
  3. Such a wide collection of mods as RSS/RO/RP-1 benefits a lot from the opensource community development. A commercial license would complicate the community contribution.
  4. Hi! While Toolbar Controller and Click-Through Blocker are compatible with KSP 1.9, CKAN doesn’t show them until KSP 1.8 compatibility is set. Some other mods dependent on them are visible in CKAN but cannot be instilled. E.g. Docking Cam KURS: My own mod Critical Temperature Gauge also depends on TC and CTB, so I cannot make it installable through CKAN for those who didn’t modify their CKAN compatibility settings.
  5. You’re going to make something like this? It would be cool to see it working!
  6. Wow! That’s amazing! Congratulations @realseek!
  7. I have a KSP 1.7.3 instance. The problem I encounter is actual for many mods. I’ll write about my Critical temperature Gauge mod as an example. There is the version 1.7.0.1 of the mod for KSP 1.7.x. There is also the version 1.8.1.0 for KSP 1.8.x incompatible with KSP 1.7.x. When I open CKAN for the KSP 1.7.3 instance, I can see the following: Name Latest version Max KSP Version Critical Temperature Gauge 1.7.0.1 1.8.9 (the ‘Latest version’ column shows the latest compatible version, the ‘Max KSP version’ column shows a value unrelated to this version) When I check it and click Apply changes, I see the following: Mod Change Critical Temperature Gauge 1.8.1.0 (github.com, 22.0 KiB) Install When I click Apply, CKAN installs the version 1.8.1.0 incompatible with KSP 1.7.3. Why does it do so? (I didn’t add KSP 1.8.x in Settings → Compatible KSP versions) Here are the .version files of my mod’s versions:
  8. When launching a crew, will the launch be postponed in a case of rough sees somewhere among all possible areas of emergency splashdown?
  9. I like the idea behind Toolbar Controller. Since almost every mod has to deal with AppLauncher and/or Blizzy’s Toolbar anyway, it was a clever idea to implement this functionality once in a dedicated mod other mods can use. LinuxGuruGamer knows it well. I too find Toolbar Controller not perfect, but this is not a reason to avoid it. It’s open-source, so we can contribute to it. The reason I included Click-Through Blocker as a dependency is simple: Toolbar Controller needs it. Moreover, these two dependencies are almost unavoidable since they are included in every mod handled by LinuxGuruGamer. Very few people, I believe, have a modded installation without a single LinuxGuruGamer’s mod
  10. I tried cfg editing. It helped—the button is not visible. GameData/001_ToolbarControl/PluginData/ToolbarControl.cfg: ... DATA { name = ToolbarController_NS displayName = Toolbar Controller useBlizzy = False useStock = False noneAllowed = True } ...
  11. Yes, they seem to do it pretty well. The key thing is to place a precooler immediately onto the engine with no parts in between. So in my craft, the left-side precooler is placed onto the rear engine and the right-side one onto the front engine (which is placed backwards and has thrust reversion). KerbalX is down now for some reason, so here’s the craft file.