Phineas Freak

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  1. [1.2] Real Solar System v12.0 Dec 8

    Yes, more specifically the TimeWarpFixer.cs class of the RSS assembly. Nothing "broke" or got changed in KSP 1.3. You just have to: Update the RSS compatibility checker for the KSP 1.3 version Recompile the RSS source code against the KSP 1.3 assemblies via your favourite C# IDE (Visual Studio, SharpDevelop, MonoDevelop to name a few). Replace the existing RSS assembly with your new one Profit! If you are willing to use KSP 1.2.2 (probably should until a KSP 1.3 compatible RSS version is released) then none of the above steps are required.
  2. Realism Overhaul Discussion Thread

    @h0yer The best thing to do, as you found out, is to explicitly set the manufacturer tag inside the global engine configs. And no, it will not break anything! Just manually check if the actual global engine config doesn't already set that field. Also, if you have the time and the will, would you like to do so for the actual RO engine configs? Just clone the repository and do a PR with your changes, i surely would appreciate that!
  3. [1.2] Real Solar System v12.0 Dec 8

    @sir raftalot These functions are dependent on the actual RSS assembly in order to operate. RSS is version locked, meaning that the KSP 1.2.2 version will not run under KSP 1.3. You will need to recompile the source code for that. Also, only the time warp rates list is needed for what you want, everything else is not needed: REALSOLARSYSTEM { timeWarpRates { rate1 = 10 rate2 = 100 rate3 = 1000 rate4 = 10000 rate5 = 100000 rate6 = 1000000 rate7 = 6000000 } }
  4. IDK. Scatterer has proven that if you are getting graphical issues with it then the version used does not match the KSP version. I would double check to see if the version of Scatterer installed is really the "b" and not something else. I almost did that mistake when setting up a dev environment...
  5. Sorry but this has nothing to do with RSSVE. This is a known bug with the normal maps that are currently used in by PFFE for these fairings and it has already been fixed. What @Observe probably meant was that the shadows of the parts are too strong. But this can happen anyway if the sun is low on the horizon. For any interested party i would suggest to disable the EVE integration feature for now.
  6. Currently no. Incidentally, i had the same conversation with @Heady978 about it and in the end it seems that disabling the EVE integration would be the better solution (users can easily enable it again via the Scatterer main menu). What is the latitude of the launch site, the season and the time of the day? I am asking because RSSVE does modify the sun light intensities but i actually increased them (IIRC stock uses 0.85 and i am using 1.0 for them).
  7. Where is this engine from?

    Real Scale Boosters
  8. [1.3] [1.2.2] Procedural Fairings 3.21/4.0 (2017/6/7)

    No, KJR works fine with both PF and stock auto-struts. I can spot some internal struts though between the interstage and the upper stage tank. Can you test it without them? Also, the overall rigidity of the Falcon + transport structure. If it is too rigid then you will get similar results.
  9. [1.3] [1.2.2] Procedural Fairings 3.21/4.0 (2017/6/7)

    @michal.don Try and disable the PF "autostuts" of the interstage adapter. They do not play very well with the new "auto-strutting" features of KSP.
  10. [1.3.0] CommNet Constellation v1.1.1 [18 August 2017]

    As far as i know both the stock CommNet and RemoteTech support multiple antenna modules within a single part. Also, since CNC is a test-bed for RT 2.0, does this means that RT will lose this multi-antenna feature?
  11. [1.2] Real Solar System v12.0 Dec 8

    Shhhh...don't tell anyone that i cannot read... Anyway, i opened a new issue at the RSS repository for it.
  12. [1.2] Real Solar System v12.0 Dec 8

    @raxo2222 From the RSS GitHub repository: pressureCurve { key = 0 0.0165 0 -1.11539E-06 . . . } So yes, the surface pressure is correct.
  13. [KSP 1.1.3] RSS DateTime Formatter v1.0

    Sources are always more reliable than the forum tags/"metadata": https://github.com/KSP-RO/RSSTimeFormatter/releases
  14. Show off your awesome KSP pictures!

    Goodbye Cassini! And thank you for everything!
  15. RO -> AJ10-137 is HUGE.

    You are missing Ven's Stock Revamp that does exactly that. VSR is more or less a requirement nowadays by RO (and especially RP-0).