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  1. It's complicated, but for hardware reasons, my pc can handle 1.0.5 and not 1.1.5.
  2. Does anybody know whether this is gonna be available for 1.0.5?
  3. I used to work with KSCswitcher, and I thought these were launch sites, because the KSC was changed when I tried HSS. But the question is: Is this really the only one?
  4. Yes, I'm using Remotetech, so these are that. But, you mean, Harder Solar System lets you launch ONLY from this site? I guess it has the inclination of the moon and solar system, but still...
  5. Hello, people! I am just unable to find the option for switching the KSC which I'm launching from. I don't have KSCswitcher, so I guess this is the mod that shows the available KSCs as red dots in the Tracking Station. If this is not the mod that causes that, could anybody tell me which is it?
  6. Hello, people. I've tried downloading via CKAN, normal downloading, multiple versions, even those from early 1.0.5, I've tried deleting every other mod I had, I've tried everything I could and still, although Procedural Parts used to work on ksp 1.0.5, after I uninstalled it and reinstalled it, doesn't want to work in no way. I wasted a good two and a half hours on this damned mod, and still, the interface to change the size does not appear. Has anybody experienced anything similar?
  7. I see, it makes much more sense now. And, for some reason, knowing that, for the game, the planet is just a small bubble close to the ship makes is a little frightening. I am not using real fuels any more anyway, so I'll try it and get back to you with some feedback. Thanks for your time!
  8. I seem to have a minor problem with that mod. First of all, it is GREAT. Ever since I downloaded it, I've been watching my launches from an angle so that the light reflects on the tanks, it just looks fantastic. But, when I'm orbiting high above Kerbin and firing engines, I see an unnaturally large portion of the planet's surface also lighting up, although beeing kilometers away. Is there a malfunction with the mod or is this intented?
  9. Hello once again, people. I've got a rookie Realism Overhaul question for you. I downloaded Realism Overhaul manually, and added only the parts that are indicated "necessary for the mod to work correctly", via CKAN. The cause of this was the fact that CKAN couldn't download RO, it kept failing every time. Thing is, it looks like solid rocket boosters of any kind, although loaded with what is indicated as PBAN, they won't ignite, because of "fuel deprivation". I can't, however, load the tank with any other fuel. Does anybody know of any mods that control the fuel or this behavior?
  10. Hello, people! So, I got the great FASA mod, and I'm trying to make it work with RSS (not easy at all, they don't seem to be calibrated one for the other), and I tried to load the FASA stock ship Saturn V Apollo Lunar, but it couldn't load because it seems to be missing these two parts: FASASaturnSLA and FASASaturnUllage. Does anybody know what these are and any reason I don't have them? The FASA and RSS mods were downloaded via CKAN. Thanks in advance!
  11. Dude. I was JUST now studying for my exams, in material science university. I absolutely appreciate your time and effort in showing me these steps, but if I have to do all this, I think I'll get an indicator probe or just... you know. Launch and see
  12. Yeah, even in Science mode and with SpaceY Heavy Lifters AND KW Rocketry, actually shooting for the moon is a no-go for now. Thank you all for your time, people! I think the solution of putting a "pin" probe in LEO with the correct inclination is the best for me. I'll also check the video, to be sure I have some idea about launching in the wanted inclination. That's the thing I've been doing and I don't like it that much Oh, I also noticed: Launching from Australia near noon, gets you in the perfect inclination. I wanted to somehow know the best direction of the gravity turn before hitting the space bar. A "pin" probe in LEO in correct plane seems like the best solution.
  13. That looks like something I've been looking for, for that. Thanks!