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  1. It looks like you are right. It's a pity that Steam doesn't seem to offer a way for developers to exclude certain files from being checked, such as these runtime/configuration files, which kind of defeats the purpose of having a file integrity checker in the first place. On further thought, however, why not have all user configuration files (and runtime files) where they actually belong - outside Steam's game data folder, under user's home dir.
  2. After any game session (running and quitting), if I use Steam's file integrity checker on KSP, it will tell me that anywhere from two to nine files failed to validate and will be reacquired. I have already filed a bug report about this, however would like to know if more versions/platforms are susceptible to it. I've tried on Linux, versions 1.11 and 1.10.
  3. A suggestion: see if any errors pop up in game console (Shift-F12) when you try to decouple.
  4. What can I say - I don't use time warp a lot. Was intuitively afraid of breaking the physics (the irony of that!)
  5. Well, looks like 1.11 is broken hard: https://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/26977 https://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/26971 https://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/26926 These seem to be all related and pretty severe.
  6. It looks like I'm onto something. I've reduced the design to a simple engine and Okto core connected by a decoupler to a Stayputnik and a service bay. Took off, waited for space (70km), decoupled, and as soon as I switched view ("]") to the decoupled probe the debug console filled in with errors: [FLIGHT GLOBALS]: Switching To Vessel Untitled Space Craft Probe ---------------------- (Filename: ./Runtime/Export/Debug/Debug.bindings.h Line: 35) [PlanetariumCamera]: Focus: Untitled Space Craft Probe (Filename: ./Runtime/Export/Debug/Debug.bindings.h Line: 35) CheckEncounter: failed to find a
  7. I've only ever played 1.11 (Steam, under Linux) since I'm very new to this. Also, I don't know of a way to roll back a game to a prior version in Steam (I'd certainly play a 2 years old version of DOTA ) I'll certainly keep experimenting more tonight.
  8. I've balanced out the CoM pretty well (already landed with similar design). Either way, my question is actually about the bug, rather than good ship design. Thanks, Spricigo!
  9. To me it seems this is a very serious issue that should be addressed, given the fact that I am not running any mods, nor using any cheats. It's as stock as it gets. I have just read in a different thread that there is a developer console that could perhaps be useful in case it does catch something. I shall give that a try tonight.
  10. After about 150 hours in game in just two weeks, my advice (if I am entitled to have one) is to know when to stop for the day. As soon as you have your first thought of "let's skip checking this, it'll be ok, I just want to get to Mun quicker" it's time to save and quit. The next day you'll have less frustration, more enjoyment and an actual chance at success at your mission.
  11. My design has all of those (provided that by "aerial" you mean an antenna). The controller is the Probodobodyne Stayputnik, there is an antenna right on top of the controller, there is plenty of battery available and there are two solar panels. Yet, the above problem persists. Can anyone reproduce this?
  12. I have been fruitlessly trying to design a craft that would, in the same run, place a satellite in a polar orbit on Mun and also have a main, manned cockpit for other chores around the Mun. My issue arises when I decouple or undock the little satellite on top. When I used a stack separator the satellite did not become controllable. I selected the "debris" from Mission tracker, however it became offset to what seemed like a Mun's pole (way far from the original part) and it just fell straight to the ground. I, then, used a docking port (actually two, at first, but noticed they would become
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