Combatsmithen

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    Launching space junk since February 2013
  1. Would it be possible for you guys to add a RADAR Guidance mode that has a cruise altitude for a surface to surface ship battles?
  2. [1.3.1Beta 2 ]Kerbal Aircraft Expansion _Continued v2.7.1beta

    The radial engine's animation is broken, doesn't play, displays a static model of the prop being still as well as of a static spinning animation at the same time.
  3. [1.3.1Beta 2 ]Kerbal Aircraft Expansion _Continued v2.7.1beta

    Dropbox is still broke
  4. [1.3.1Beta 2 ]Kerbal Aircraft Expansion _Continued v2.7.1beta

    My game gets stuck on the KAX Electric Prop when loading up. Any help?
  5. VR - Let's take it to next level

    Ah, i thought you meant flying the rocket with the hand controllers. and not using the mouse and keyboard
  6. VR - Let's take it to next level

    I'm all for a VR Designer and interiors, I think launching would have to be left to 2d though. Unless you use something like mechjeb to automate your launches
  7. What happened to the BD armory catagory? What broke when going from 1.3 to 1.3.1 that caused that to happen?
  8. small short-range radars would be nice. like 15-20km RADAR for small ocean vessels and drones. Although you can already get some in mods
  9. @V8jester @SpannerMonkey(smce) I would still love to have this mod because then I could add so much to my videos, like a ship sending a VBSS team to land on an enemy island and blowing up vehicles and stuff with rocket launchers.
  10. This is a SUPER NECRO
  11. Kommunity Space Station 1.3.1

    With this new station, we need to keep it more organized. Poor Zoo named games had to reorganize the whole station just in time for it to become too big to reasonably run, my 6700k OC to 4.5 and 1070 struggles and gets around 10-20 FPS. People need to not just randomly add modules they need to add modules that look good and make sense where they are, so it looks elegant, not a mess of parts thrown together.