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  1. @linuxgurugamer, I know you don't have GitHub notifications enabled, and I'm not sure about Discord, but maybe you'll see this here? https://github.com/linuxgurugamer/BurstAtomicThrustModule/pull/1
  2. It sounds like you're jumping to conclusions prematurely; the immediate problem you're having is this: ... which could be caused by any number of things (most likely a problem with your mod), yet you attribute it to guides being out of date. That's not a very plausible explanation, because the syntax for planet mods has not changed much over time (especially for things that you'd be likely to try early on in learning it). Simply put, the guides probably aren't out of date. So, my advice would be to treat this as any normal modding crash: capture and share logs so the cause can be identified: Maybe there is a problem with a guide, or maybe you just have a misplaced "{" character somewhere.
  3. So it stands for "Commonwealth Rockets... E". Thanks!
  4. Hi, I'm reviewing this for addition to CKAN. I was wondering, what does "CRE" stand for? We would need to know which mod that is to set up the dependencies correctly. Thanks!
  5. As I understood it, we were supposed to remove 3.4.3.1 and 3.4.3.2. 3.4.3 wasn't mentioned in the request: https://github.com/KSP-CKAN/CKAN-meta/pull/2373
  6. As far as I know, no, there is no such mod. But would it make sense? Solar orbits outside of those special SOIs would be just as stable, without n-body mechanics.
  7. Thanks for letting us know. This should be done now, and the dependencies are updated based on what the mod's forum thread says.
  8. Release 53 is in CKAN. You don't need to do anything wacky.
  9. There isn't one built in, but you can install a browser extension and a custom theme:
  10. Nice, I took a look and everything seems in order now, so it's been added to CKAN.
  11. Yes, as far as I can tell, that is the easiest way.
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