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About riskyjubles

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  1. So happy to see people updating this! This is probably one of my top 5 mods of all time, so I'm really excited to play it again.
  2. Sorry to ask, but has the issue about the civs not breeding unless you focus on them been resolved? Love this mod! Thanks so much for all the hard work updating it!
  3. I'm going to try this out! can't wait for the next update! Thanks again for your hard work.
  4. Thanks so much for the update. I'm happy to see you're having success with the changes/features. After seeing this mod languish for so long, I have hope for it again.
  5. I've been using the Temp with 1.2.1. No problems yet, but I have only tested it slightly.
  6. I've been using the 1.1.3 compile for a bit, but it's been messing up my ability to use struts for some strange reason. I place the strut. and everything on the ship becomes unselectable and I can't even Ctrl-Z the struts off. Reloading a saved ship makes it so I can select the struts, but as soon as I click once it happens again. I suspect it's related to another issue I noticed where instead of hiding/revealing the hanger, the button on the toolbar just made the lighting around whatever I was building brighter. I'm using a lot of mods atm, so weird conflicts are very possible, but as soon as I disabled this one everything seemed better. Has anyone else encountered similar issues?
  7. I'm having issues in 1.1.3 with landing struts exploding on impact when going slow, 7-8 ms. Would this help with that? Also, the link seems to be down.
  8. Space always comes first. Kerbals prefer rockets over wings for a reason. That said, I'm more of a building type player than explorer, and I'm chomping at the bit to build an underwater base on Laythe or Eve and having a boat to ferry supplies would make it much less of a headache to set up and keep running. Not to mention, I can make my Kerbin launch stage recovery operation even more efficient!!! I figured planes were unrealistic, but I thought I'd ask about it as I've never seen any mod attempt something like that. Thanks for considering my requests and keep up the great work. These kind of mods really add a new dimension to the game!!!
  9. Very interesting. I've been dependent on Autorove since it's first release, so I'm very excited to try the different features here. This kind of thing really helps you get your money's worth out of land vehicles. Can I ask if it's possible to use a similar system for boats or, if I want to dream, planes?
  10. I never got a chance to use this mod before the link died. Did it work like AutoRove? (which is great btw) With Fengist's return, I'm wondering if this mod's development will pick up again. I love the ideas behind it and I really hope it does. I need the background movement to make my launch stage recovery operation viable :). Thanks a bunch.
  11. Let me just say I'm super happy to see something like this in the works. I was excited to see a civilian pop revival for 64-bit, but seeing this new version with the features I had hoped for has me over the moon (Pol)! I haven't been able to give it a try yet (I'm still on 1.1.2 and the spawn bug is an issue), but I can't help imagining all the fun I can have with this, Galactic Neighborhoods, Deepfreeze, kOS, and MORE. Keep up the good work, and thanks again.
  12. I admit that the idea of using actual Kerbals to colonize is very appealing to me. Just imagine micromanaging all the colonists with something like Kerbalism or DeepFreeze, but I'm happy just having sustainable colonies.
  13. I can't tell you how happy I am to see this. This was my most missed mod from earlier versions, and I was seriously worried about never playing it without RAM limitations. Thanks so much for taking a crack at this.
  14. Not sure if this will be helpful, but I was having the same problem. Seemed I installed Kopernicus Expansion along with OPM by accident. When I pulled the mod out of my install, it was fixed. You'll still need normal Kopernicus however.
  15. As far as I know, the maintainer hasn't posted in about 6 months. Besides that, I'm in the dark.