devoid

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  1. @TriggerAu I was working with @linuxgurugamer on this same bug, it's related to the custom cursor loads, and appears to only affect the linux client. He hasn't solved it yet, but was only able to reproduce it on a linux install. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1slfwuQfhSwd_C56tknu55PkENL4m6rGN?usp=sharing is a video of it happening on toolbar. Notice the interaction with the 4-way cursor and then the loss of the cursor altogether. I also use KAC and transferwindowplanner so I'm keen on helping anyway you need.
  2. People get confused a lot because software is released named 32bit or 64bit, but you can also name them by architecture x86 or x86_64(or sometimes AMD64)
  3. Navball Docking Alignment Indicator CE-2 Is the last of yours that I still have outstanding but your work on KSP-AVC is godly important to most people.
  4. Actually follow the link it has nothing to do with distribution and they define "single combined program". But read the bottom for how I really feel about all this nonsense. When is a program and its plug-ins considered a single combined program? (#GPLPlugins) It depends on how the main program invokes its plug-ins. If the main program uses fork and exec to invoke plug-ins, and they establish intimate communication by sharing complex data structures, or shipping complex data structures back and forth, that can make them one single combined program. A main program that uses simple fork and exec to invoke plug-ins and does not establish intimate communication between them results in the plug-ins being a separate program. If the main program dynamically links plug-ins, and they make function calls to each other and share data structures, we believe they form a single combined program, which must be treated as an extension of both the main program and the plug-ins. If the main program dynamically links plug-ins, but the communication between them is limited to invoking the ‘main’ function of the plug-in with some options and waiting for it to return, that is a borderline case. Using shared memory to communicate with complex data structures is pretty much equivalent to dynamic linking. I actually agree with both of you on intent. I've written GPL code and also have released things that would be a called a plug-in, and both mine and your intents are the same "This is to allow others to use, modify, and redistribute the source-code, under the terms of the license, and really doesn't have any impact on what I do with my own source." At the same time I understand the licensing speech and interpretation that is causing the discussion, but in the end the fail closed nature of the GPL protects us here. Either the licence is valid and we all move along happy, or it's invalid and the creator still has all rights, and is free to do what they will with it. I'd recommend moving on as you suggested and just continue as before. If ever challenged in a more serious way, just re licence with an exception.
  5. At the end of the day there IS an issue, as spelled out here https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-faq.en.html#GPLPluginsInNF But the recommended solution is a simple exception addition to allow linking against KSP. How the GPL is intended to work is that in an exception case the licence is invalidated and the copyright owner is the only person who retains rights to the work. They would be free to release it under the GPL + exception at will though.
  6. No idea who it is, but the release post for the "extended" version is
  7. Just letting you know, that this bug is being worked on and is known.
  8. Yuck, glad you can replicate it though. Makes it so much easier than playing forum tag with people (specially people who aren't around enough) *hides*
  9. I'll test the 2nd this afternoon, but the first I know already. The cursor completely disappears if I re-lock it. While it's unlocked, I can see the 4-way cursor but ONLY when it's over the toolbar icon.
  10. Take your time, I know you have a lot of priorities to juggle. I'll just use stock toolbar for now. I greatly appreciate the work you do. Let me know if you need anything (I dev too just not for KSP yet).
  11. Ran with only toolbar, toolbar controller, and waypoint manager, as I needed some mod to try to load an icon to the toolbar so it would show up. Updated log file, didn't re-record as I did the same procedure. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1slfwuQfhSwd_C56tknu55PkENL4m6rGN?usp=sharing
  12. Sorry for the slow responses, I'm still limited by the newbie delay. I'll check it out, this afternoon when I get home. I'll also a a test with all addons removed except toolbar/toolbar controller.
  13. Video and log here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1slfwuQfhSwd_C56tknu55PkENL4m6rGN?usp=sharing
  14. After using the move/resize configuration mode, and moving the toolbar, the cursor becomes invisible until a complete KSP restart.