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  1. If you aren't using Kopernicus 1.7.1-5 for KSP 1.7.1, then you might encounter difficulties. Thomas P. ran into some difficulties in releasing for 1.7.1 and he released several consecutive bugfixes that culminated in https://github.com/Kopernicus/Kopernicus/releases/download/release-1.7.1-5/Kopernicus-1.7.1-5.zip. If you are on KSP 1.7.3, then you should get Kopernicus 1.7.3-1.
  2. I just took a peek at the release of RSSVE for KSP 1.6.1, from PhineasFreak's GitHub, and it does have an EVE config for clouds. I did not see any release for KSP 1.7.3 tho. If you installed EVE manually, then perhaps try removing its default configs before installing RSSVE. If you installed EVE's default config via CKAN, then uninstall it from there. PhineasFreak has an installation wiki for RSSVE, located here: https://github.com/PhineasFreak/RSSVE/wiki Hopefully, this is of some help.
  3. I ran into the error messages after updating via CKAN to v2.4.3.1 and when I checked the Tweakscale folder in Gamedata, I also found that it was missing Scale.dll. Like @Rafael acevedo I installed from the Github release and now everything is A-Ok. If I have time, I will try to replicate the problem with the CKAN update of Tweakscale and report it to the CKAN dev, but someone will probably beat me to it.
  4. Re; 1/10th scale - You had mentioned "kerbal size Real solar system" and that is what led me to mention 1/10th scale RSS. I apologize for misinterpreting. While I am not a modder, I was thinking of things that might be of use to Blackrack when you send him your log file and details of how you found the issue. For my own experience, I have not seen high altitude z-fighting since KSP v1.2.2 and Scatterer v0.0320. I realize that Blackrack noted that he had a fix for that problem in Scatterer v0.053 and KSP v1.6.1 and that some players run into it even now while others, like myself, don't. I have played KSP with RSS and RSSVE installed a few times over the last 2 years; however, even when doing so, I never saw the z-fighting issue. I don't have a good explanation of why I rarely, if ever, encounter these problems. My desktop PC is NOT a gaming rig and does not have high-spec components. It's just a workhorse for photography and technical writing, and it's now older than one of my nephews.
  5. I realize that this can be a PITA to check, but what happens when you run KSP with only 1/10th scale RSS and its dependencies installed? Leave RSSVE out and then try again with it.
  6. Ooo. I look forward to plopping your Viking 1 onto Duna! <3
  7. This is great news! Thank you for all you do! To bring so many old-yet-useful mods forward to work with the current revisions of KSP must be a stupendous task.
  8. @DuoDex Aw man. It's too bad that you have to pass this on to another, but real life always comes first. Usually. For most people. er. Maybe not for NEETs and shut-ins. Whatever. To you and @Olympic1 and the rest of your team for bringing this to fruition, many thanks! I also thank the many who contributed the often very funny science results!
  9. @Thrimm Should we, perhaps, also keep an eye out for new videos on your YT channel? IIRC, the last one you posted was the Eeloo colony ship.
  10. He lives!!! I shall be watching this thread, eager for new developments.
  11. @Phoenia When reporting issues to the makers of mods, please follow these guidelines posted by @NathanKell It will help blackrack immensely.
  12. You are welcome, but @Violet_Wyvern deserves credit for first posting about the Magnificient Kotobuki. I do love enabling other anime-fans though, even as a wingman. It does not feature airships, per se, but the 1987 film "Royal Space Force: Wings of Honneamise," DOES have an aircraft carrier, pusher-prop fighters, jet-powered fighters, and even a lovely rocket, inspired by, ironically, by Soyuz. I say "ironically," because the director and senior staff had gone to the USA to visit NASA for source material and watch a shuttle launch (Discovery, for the STS-51-D or STS-51-G mission, I think).