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  1. Works with any engine, if you have a mod that adds effects to them! Here's one that adds Waterfall effects to the stock engines, including the jet engines:
  2. Those models are looking excellent @Daishi!! Great attention to detail, as always. Hope it stays mild and that your recovery is swift @linuxgurugamer!
  3. Sorry to bug ya about this, but I can't seem to find the "Micro-Dawn Electric Drive" mentioned in the release notes in the parts list. I poked around in the mod files to double-check, and there doesn't seem to be any engine part added by USII?
  4. The temperature stuff in the VAB is an intended feature afaik; it's running the temperature simulations so that you can see the results of adjustments to your cooling setup immediately.
  5. Huh, that's odd - when I last played with the mod (which, granted, was a version or two ago), I could attach fairings and cores in any order.
  6. I think the CoM's location might be intentional; the stock jet engines' CoMs are forward of their visual volume IIRC, to simulate the "buried" engine they are only a nozzle of, and I suspect Nertea is doing the same (for consistency's sake, if nothing else).
  7. Should be, yep. The small 1.25m version, and a larger 2.5m version with integrated docking port.
  8. I feel like you could make a copy of one of the existing tanks (the H2 tank comes to mind) and put some sort of nitrogen label on a copy of the texture - though, might not be possible to do things in "reverse" from the mod files like that, and it would also most likely require getting permission to redistribute modified assets from the mod.
  9. And hey, with KSP having a truly stable version and the constant battle against mod-breaking updates a thing of the past, that might encourage all sorts of people to come back to modding, so who knows?
  10. A 1.875m cylindrical fairing's been on the burner for a while now; however, a hard drive failure & a bunch of other stuff in the lives of the devs have kinda stalled development momentum. I wouldn't call it "dead" per se, but it's definitely on hiatus. IIRC, the description for the 1.25->1.875m tapered fairing says it should only have low-profile stuff in the "top" slots - though last I remember, the localization files are a bit borked, so it might not show up properly. It'd be nice to have a 4-segment variant, but that's also a lot of re-modeling work and stuff.
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