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birdog357

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  1. But Cobalt, it's easy, you just push a couple of buttons don't you? (real conversation between a PM and me, the drafter, he's lucky I didn't strangle him...)
  2. Finally got a chance to try, it does. I have it running on a 2.5x scale too. I used the test version, not the latest release.
  3. Apollo was the active side because they had more fuel. Looks like there was a target for Soyuz to use although they didn't, and there was a target on Soyuz that Apollo used.
  4. I've got it installed correctly now and it seems to be working. Except I can't get wheel throttle to work. That's probably just me not being able to understand the devs weird ways of doing things.
  5. shouldn't the docking target be on the other end of the adaptor? On a related note, would an independent visual docking target be possible? Something that snaps to the node behind the docking port so the position is correct to the axis of the port? I prefer to hand fly my docking, eyeballs out, and not use nav tools.
  6. That's what I get for using CKAN... I don't have a player.log?
  7. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UbIzRiu3V0V-s1ZOploG-CyaVQuWE2Xp/view?usp=sharing Had to zip it. It's 80 megs KSP 1.10.1 BTW I'm trying to use my new X56. This the problem? [LOG 15:30:44.274] [AddonLoader]: Instantiating addon 'AdvancedFlyByWire' from assembly 'AdvancedFlyByWire' [ERR 15:30:44.276] ADDON BINDER: Cannot resolve assembly: AdvancedFlyByWire.XmlSerializers, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null [ERR 15:30:44.276] ADDON BINDER: Cannot resolve assembly: AdvancedFlyByWire.XmlSerializers, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null [ERR 15:30:44.276] ADDON BINDER: Cannot resolve assembly: AdvancedFlyByWire.XmlSerializers [LOG 15:30:44.315] Exception deserializing C:/KSP Installs/Mod KSP 1.10.1/KSP_x64_Data/../GameData\ksp-advanced-flybywire/PluginData\settings.xml, Could not find file "C:\KSP Installs\Mod KSP 1.10.1\GameData\ksp-advanced-flybywire\PluginData\settings.xml" [LOG 15:30:44.329] Exception Deserializing: Could not find file "C:\KSP Installs\Mod KSP 1.10.1\GameData\ksp-advanced-flybywire\PluginData\advanced_flybywire_config_v21.xml" [LOG 15:30:44.330] Advanced Fly-By-Wire: Initialized [LOG 15:30:44.330] [AddonLoader]: Instantiating addon 'AdvancedFlyByWire' from assembly 'ksp-advanced-flybywire' [ERR 15:30:44.333] ADDON BINDER: Cannot resolve assembly: ksp-advanced-flybywire.XmlSerializers, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null [ERR 15:30:44.333] ADDON BINDER: Cannot resolve assembly: ksp-advanced-flybywire.XmlSerializers, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null [ERR 15:30:44.333] ADDON BINDER: Cannot resolve assembly: ksp-advanced-flybywire.XmlSerializers [LOG 15:30:44.337] Exception deserializing C:/KSP Installs/Mod KSP 1.10.1/KSP_x64_Data/../GameData\ksp-advanced-flybywire/PluginData\settings.xml, There is an error in XML document (2, 2). [LOG 15:30:44.344] Exception Deserializing: Could not find file "C:\KSP Installs\Mod KSP 1.10.1\GameData\ksp-advanced-flybywire\PluginData\advanced_flybywire_config_v21.xml" [LOG 15:30:44.346] Advanced Fly-By-Wire: Initialized
  8. It's not saving ANYTHING. I switch craft and it loses everything. Axis settings, buttons, calibration. The whole mess.
  9. Why can I not get my settings to save? It loses both calibration and axis settings no matter what I do.
  10. So this may sound like a stupid question, but which directions are x+,y+,z+ for translation? Because there are several different schemes possible...
  11. Have you tried deleting your MM cache? I had some weird issues a while back that was solved that way.
  12. They dialed in the fuel system better as they went. There was less fuel left over at burnout. That would account for a lot of the mass differences.
  13. I'm following you now. The problem is RS-25s are not restartable, the ET would boil off before the moon was reached, and the OMS doesn't have a fraction of the fuel needed to enter and later break orbit.
  14. Not if you stick it on top where a spacecraft belongs. That's my entire point, replace the S-4B with the orbiter, lock stock and barrel.
  15. But, why? The S-IC and S-II can almost put the entire orbiter into orbit without needing the SSMEs at all. It's only 3 tons heavier than Skylab was. If you strip the SSMEs out and all of their support hardware you end up with a spacecraft that is 6-7 tons lighter than Skylab. Reduce the mount of wing a bit because the spacecraft is now lighter(and it get's lighter yet) and you start to get a useful payload again.
  16. Are we just gonna gloss over space shuttles to the moon? Never seen it, but have read synopsis. Pretty sure I recall they took Columbia, the heaviest of the birds, to the moon?
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