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  1. I didn't know this was a thing, thanks. I wasn't suggesting it was a CKAN issue. Just that if @theonegalen was going to do another update to this mod, he could request that 1.9.1 be added as compatible if he deems it is in fact compatible. I was not, thanks for the heads up! Now I'll need to check that out and probably redo all the mod adding I did last night *sigh*
  2. Ah yes, I had forgotten about that. Still it would be nice to have it set as 1.9.1 compatible if there are no problems. Do you know if CKAN will cause grief if I enable 1.10, install UKS, then disable 1.10? Otherwise it will always want to update any mods to the 1.10 versions that might cause issues running a 1.9.1 save. The reason 1.9.1 is important is because it's the last version of Kopernicus available on CKAN, without manually installing the "bleeding edge" release.
  3. Hey there When you get around to doing some updates for this, can you consider the CKAN compatibility with KSP 1.9.1 please? Currently it can be installed for 1.8 and 1.10, but 1.9 is missing. If there are no compatibility issues with the current release of this mod and KSP 1.9.1, it would be very helpful to be able to install via CKAN. Thanks.
  4. Your Kopernicus version and your KSP version must match.
  5. Just happened to catch me at email checking time Note though this requires Kopernicus to work, so will only work with versions of KSP where Kopernicus is available. I doubt very very very much it can be applied to an existing save.
  6. All stock planets and moons are removed. All planets from the actual real solar system are added, along with many moons and celestial bodies.
  7. I nominate @Beetlecat and @Clamp-o-Tron to officially provide support for the mods they have specified, valid for an indefinite period of time. Can I get an AMEN!?
  8. Don't quote me on this, but I think installing/changing Kopernicus mid play through is a bad idea, as I understand it. Just an FYI for you to check out.
  9. RSS needs to be installed separately. There's no need to update this as RSS is a requirement, and Kopernicus is a requirement of RSS, so until Kopernicus and RSS support 1.10...
  10. Sadly my KSP modding skills wouldn't be up to the task. I thought I might have more time now we're in isolation, but I have to home school the kids. I thought that was going to be pretty straight forward, but turns out it's far more painful than I imagined.
  11. I'd really love to see this mod made compatible with the Kerbalism science system. I love these experiments, but I don' think they'd work properly given how Kerbalism changes science collection.
  12. I hate to have a problem at step 1, but the fresh install of KSP for RO doesn't specify which DLC (if any) I should have included in the install. If either or both are not supported, can they be disabled, or should I just delete the folders? Thanks
  13. Just making a new install and have questions regarding compatibility RLA Recontinued is listed as supported, but it's now rereleased as RLA Reborn for KSP1.8. Is this still compatible since Recontinued looks to have stopped at KSP1.3? Kopernicus is listed as supported, but has the note "SolarPanelFixer module has support for star selection/tracking, Kopernicus own module must be removed.". Do I need to remove the Kopernicus module manually, and if so how do I go about that? Some other mods are listed as supported, but the tested versions are quite old. For example ConfigurableCo
  14. Are there any changes in this "Reborn" release that make break the supported status with Kerbalism, which supports "Recontinued"?
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