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Everything posted by Elkram

  1. As far as I played with them, just a little, it's pretty cool, it gives some more stuff to do near kerbin.
  2. Just wanted to say Thanks to Nertea and the rest of the guys who worked in this. It's an awesome and incredible mod and the models all look amazing. Thanks for your hard work.
  3. I still use it, just some bits here and there, but it sure was an incredible mod when it came out.
  4. I just want to give my thanks to everyone working ont his project, everything looks so awesome. Thanks a lot. This kind of stuff is what I talk to my friends when they ask me why am I still playing KSP after more than 1000 hours of playtime according to Steam. I tell them, the community, it's awesome. Thanks a lot.
  5. Looks fantastic, but What is it?
  6. Just installed the new Near Future Spacecraft version. Man... your new pods look awesome, they are so cool. Thanks fro your hard work.
  7. I just wanted to say thanks to Thomas, the rest of the kopernicus team and all of the others mod authors "THANKS" for all your work wich i use and enjoy for free. Thanks a lot.
  8. Hello. Firts of all I want to thank you for your work on this mod. It's really fun. I started using it yesterday ina new career game. The thing is, I have fails on pods and habitable parts disabled and fails on launches enabled. I launched all the way out up to 80.000 altitude or so and made orbit. Then I did a reentry, once I was on the atmosphere I opened chutes and ¡bam! the pod failed. The mk1 pod. It did not explode and It landed correctly with the chutes. Jeb was alive. Sorry I have no logs right now. Is it intented behavior? Did it fail becouse it was considered launch becouse I did not reach certain altitude or something? I have a bunch of other mods installed. I just want to know if it's suposed to be like that or if I should start looking for something conflicting with Baris. Thanks!
  9. Oh man, just installed the new version. All the mod is awesome but the reskining of the clamp o tron is even more awesome, it looks stockalike but at same time looks fantastic. Thanks for your time and effort, really thanks!!
  10. Just wanted to say thanks for your mod. I'm having a lot of fun.
  11. Thanks for your work. This mod looks really interesting. In the original mod thread it says this mod kills the kerbals when the vessel runs out of life support. Is there a way to configure it so kerbals just become tourist until the receive more life support? Thanks for your answer. Edit: Just took a look. I see you can choose if they die or not. Thanks
  12. I just wanted to say Thanks for the mod. It's so much awesome it leaks awesomenes at it's edges. And tne IVAs are awesome too, Im really thankfull on you for taking the time on making all those fantastic IVAs.
  13. Awesome!. Im going to start tinkering with those 2 and see how i like it, thanks.
  14. Hello. First thanks to you all develeoping this mod, it's really cool. So I thought on having some kind of "hospital" to raise a kerbal's health so they can become active again. I tought on using huge amounts of EC to make the health go up. It should only work for kerbals inside that habitat, and should be some kind of last resort. It's suposed ti be something you send to a failed mision or that you have it installed in a station and use only when needed. This is what I'm thinking, any thought or advice?. Do you think this should work? Would that be too much or too few EC?: MODULE { name = ModuleKerbalHealth resourceConsumptionPerKerbal = 10 isActive = False hpMarginalChangePerDay = 20 crewCap = 1 partCrewOnly = true } I'm not sure about the EC used and the multiplier. Will it be enought to raise a Kerbal's health so it can go on duty again in exchange of a huge chunk of your stored EC? This should be some kind of hospital or ER habitat. Also, having some kind of resource to be used in the process could be cool, but that is more a suggestion than asking for advice, wich is what I need. Thanks in advance for you answers and time. Edit: Did some testing. This one looks like it works but not sure. Any advice? Can it be done?