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  1. It's now available. Many thanks for the job done (we couldn't thank you enough for all your work on KSP)
  2. Hi, There seem to have a glitch in ckan definitions for KEI: The mod is listed with v1.9.0 as Max KSP Version (as Engine Lighting Relit does), but in contrary it isn't selectable in KSP 1.9 (which is the case for ELR).
  3. 1 mod for 1 line of code: isn't it a bit... overkill? That would be really nice. I'm not against having several mod acting together (currently playing with approx 50 active mods), but I think that the wheel brakes handling don't deserve many mods, possibly conflicting each other.
  4. Please, follow @JadeOfMaar suggestion and include an equivalent of DoubleTapBrakes into your mod.
  5. Same issue here. You just reported it faster than me. -D-
  6. Once you filled a bug (or commented one), you're automatically notified by mail on each status change. This a major feature of this kind of bug tracker. Eg. I received a mail for this one: https://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/19427#change-116820
  7. Navigatiing the module list with the keyboard (arrows, pgup, pgdn,...) on v1.26.0 , I found that the home and the end keys weren't handled as expected and trigger a System.InvalidOperationException. Should I open a github issue for that?
  8. ...and also in v1.7.0 Please, update the CKAN accordingly
  9. As a regular user of Basic DV I can confirm that the mod is working as expected in 1.7.0
  10. A smart way to get this terribly useful mod updated, would be to have it (or at least most of its unvaluable features) embedded... Please @TriggerAu, put it on top of your TODO list for the next release.
  11. For the record, this tremendously useful add-on is still working in v1.6.1 Please @Ser, I 'd love to have this taken in account in CKAN. (and BTW, same applies to Analog Control Continued)
  12. In "commercial software development", the commercial context imply most of the time to be the first on the market, and therefore to minimize the conception time by all means. So, this is why this is not uncommon to get bugged firmware into newly released computers/peripherals/technical toys/phones/... whatever. And what to think about recurring windows updates?
  13. The historic place has to be highlighted by a flag. Therefore all the stuff left on the ground is... garbage! Feel free to name them technical decorative unsorted items.