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  1. Coming at this from the perspective of someone who just loves designing new crafts or creating replicas of actual rockets and spacecraft, having Procedural Solar Panels would vastly increase creative options and make it possible to create the perfect look I'm going after. So it's not really just very big solar panels, but also just ones not shaped like the default options.
  2. That just sounds like needlessly overcomplicating the Steam Inventory system. CS:GO has managed handling unique, rare and tradeable items just fine without blockchain and NFT's. I still cannot think of a single example where using blockchain technology in any way is of benefit to anyone other than developers seeking to use it to squeeze more money out of their players. All it seeks to do is financialize even more of our lives, which is the absolute last thing we should want. I play games to have fun and as a distraction, not to have play-to-earn business models shoved down my throat... It's frankly ridiculous to me that people are even seeking ways to monetize playing video games in this way.
  3. Adding NFT's or other crypto-nonsense is one the best and fastest ways to make sure this franchise dies at the first installment. They add less than nothing and make every single game or industry that uses them objectively worse in every way. EDIT: For anyone still on the fence about NFT's and crypto, watch this video to have all your doubts quickly taken away and replaced with warranted disgust for the entire concept. They really aren't though.
  4. Would it be possible to get variants without the Black and Yellow warning stripes? It would really help clean up craft designs.
  5. This all looks and sounds awesome! Though, I think you guys missed to post the screenshot of the 1.25m Docking Port
  6. Use a 1.875m fairing and make one yourself. Here's an old one I made: https://kerbalx.com/Exhonor/R-7-Soyuz-OLD
  7. Yeah, you got that pretty backwards. You pay for a working product. If it doesn't work properly, it should be fixed without extra charges. Having to pay for bug fixes is a ridiculous concept.
  8. Use the orthogonal 3-way horn and just add a Place Anywhere Linear RCS port for the fourth side.
  9. Yeah, I get that, but adding all those different models is going to make a mess of the part list. I'm not looking forward to having a dozen extremely similar looking, small thumbnails filling up that tab; it's one of the reasons I dislike using mods that add more RCS options, it becomes far too crowded.
  10. That would be a lot of extra parts in the part list though. Instead of 2 with 1 straight and 1 45 degrees with the variants being different nozzle counts, you'd have 10 parts with just 2 variants. It would make the parts list extremely crowded with two dozen very similar looking small parts when you also include the smaller size.
  11. The only one I want is a 3,75m capsule similar to Orion with capacity for 7 or so Kerbals so I can make a properly scaled stock SLS.
  12. Not really that miffed about this, but it does make me wonder how on Earth they were originally planning to release it in Spring 2020.
  13. Well, I'm kinda beginning to prefer companies not publishing a release date until a product is actually ready to be released. Or else we might get situations like with Cyberpunk 2077 where we get half a dozen release dates that can't be met.
  14. You can't have your cake and eat it too. Either it's good looking graphics or a good running game, there really aren't any other options for you I'm afraid.
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