Physics teacher

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  1. Howdy Strait: I have the game installed on three different desktops. When doing the EHC campaigns we often have to restart the computers, especially when transitioning from one EHC to another. These are some of my top Honors Physics students and some of the first things out of their mouths were, "Lets see if we can reproduce it and see if there is anything that causes it," They knew they were my prototype batch so really go into it, obviously. hehe. Other than the having to restart at the end of EHC 1, 2 and 3 to go onto the next in the sequence they weren't able to come up with any correlation. Overall mission 1 does seem to be the most "buggy." We did notice random issues on one of the three desktops more than the other two, and hardly any random issues on one other one. But based on some network issues where the save games didn't go to where IT Dept said they should go on the one computer that had the random issues which we figured that might be the cause of it's instabilities, we weren't able to figure anything out there either. Sorry all I can give you is "correlation doesn't imply causation" answers. But hey, at least you know there are other groups of physics nerds like you out there who are experiencing similiar issues. HAVFND!
  2. Figured it out. Tried a few different things, including what kBob mentioned. Turns out that the students make their own Kerbal game store account and then enter the promo code from there. Seems pretty simple once you do it. HAVFND!
  3. Howdy all: My physics class has started their Kerbal adventure Some are getting hooked and would like to make use of the discount codes that came with the licenses I purchased. According to the instructions included in the e-mail, "To use these student coupon codes, go to store, add Kerbal Space Program into your cart, go to checkout page and fill in your coupon code in the appropriate textfield to get the discount." Does that mean I purchase the game via my account and then somehow get the game to the students? Or do the students make an account and purchase it and put the code in at some point? If I purchase it how do I transfer the game to the students? HAVFND!
  4. Thank you. Couldn't access that page from the school. HAVFND!
  5. Appologies if I missed this somewhere. Right now I have three desktops in my room that are standing by for dedicated use with Kerbal Edu. My district IT guru being the forward thinking gentleman he is wants to know if there is a discount program for purchasing multiple seat licenses for the game. Obviously we need three at this time, but would be interested in the cost of additional licenses in increments of 3 up to a maximum 24 total licenses. In other words. What would be the cost of 3, 6, 9, 12,15, 18, 21 and 24 licenses? HAVFND!