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  1. It doesn't know how to do that. That should be something I could add though. The planet size should only affect landing dVs and orbit heights/dVs (I think). I will have to math that out this weekend.
  2. I did it! I made a simple Delta V Map SVG generator that lets you input a scale. It's also procedural, so it should be possible to add custom planets to it. It doesn't take into account atmospheres yet, so the atmospheric values are a bit off. I'll add features to it over the next while. http://gingles.cc/dvmap
  3. I also like this idea. Maybe I could try and set something up in the next few weeks. I don't suppose anyone knows if there is an SVG version of this image or something similar?
  4. I am also seeing this bug. KSP v. 1.1.2, mod v. 1.9.3 Steps to Reproduce: 1. Begin a new craft in the VAB editor and attempt to attach the part "OX-2L 1x3 Photovoltaic Panels" Expected Results: 1. The selected part would be placed without any initial rotation, and it would be in its retracted state by default. The user should have the ability to extend and retract the solar panels while editing the craft in the VAB. Actual Results: 1. The part is rotated 90 degrees, defaults to its extended state, and the user has no option to retract it while in the VAB.
  5. This site is amazing for learning the a new language quickly. http://learnxinyminutes.com/
  6. Technically yes, but it'd be much more difficult. Many mods depend on module manager. You can get it here: http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/threads/55219 - - - Updated - - - Make sure you only have one copy of module manager in your gamedata folder (the most recent version). A lot of mods package it with the mod, so it's easy to get multiple copies.
  7. Typing "No" would've actually been two letters easier.
  8. Same problem here. My gamedata folder: http://imgur.com/4x0iL5u My log: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzdvfmA99Mn1RmtOa3RNUmtGcjg/view?usp=sharing - - - Updated - - - It seems that we share: Chatterer KerbalEngineer KSP-AVC ProceduralFairings RcsSounds RealChute StockBugFixModules I didn't experience this bug before I added: RcsSounds RealChute StockBugFixModules Let's see if I can nail it down to one of those three. - - - Updated - - - I can't reproduce it anymore. T_T
  9. It was like that in RT, but they changed it to the simplified version in RT2, I believe. edit: This actually still exists in RT2, but you have to manually enable it in the RemoteTech_Settings.cfg. http://remotetechnologiesgroup.github.io/RemoteTech/guide/settings/
  10. It's certainly been passed around. I wouldn't be surprised if the code's comments have some sort of gnarly STD.
  11. I can't say without more information. It's never done anything like that for me in my test environment with the way the fuel cell is configured. The only time it should stop operating is if there isn't any oxygen/hydrogen.
  12. Well, I tried to make it as general-purpose as possible. All the resources are handled identically at the moment (in fact, the module doesn't even require electricity to be one of the inputs/outputs), so a feature of that sort that is specific to electricity would be outside the scope of what I did. There should be a way to include it as an option that would simply check if an output is deprived, though.