Ezriilc

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  1. I think what you're seeing is not actually new to HyperEdit on KSP 1.8.1, but is similar if not the same as others have reported previously. I believe that a fix/work-around for this is to change scene to the Tracking Station (or any other) and then back to flight after Editing your orbit. That should put everything back to "normal", and decoupling should work as expected. Please try that and let us know how it goes. Good luck! I don't mean to suggest that I don't intend to fix this problem, but I'm not an expert and don't know what is needed. I hope you understand.
  2. That's not a bad idea. I will look into it, but it would be awesome if someone could send me a code snipet or pull-request.
  3. Well, it does start at 100km, but then once you've edited your orbit, it remembers the last entry. That seems like the most sensible option to me, but I'm open to discussion on that.
  4. Good news, everyone! I've uploaded a BETA version to test some stuff prior to the next release. By the way, I've tested this BETA with the new KSP version 1.8, and it seems to work just fine. As always, please let me know if you have any issues. https://www.Kerbaltek.com/hyperedit
  5. You may be on a shared internet connection with lots of other people using the site at the same time. The problem should pass in a short time. If you keep having trouble, please message me directly from the Contact page. https://www.Kerbaltek.com/contact
  6. That means you've attempted to download too many files in a short period of time. Just go slower.
  7. I'm curious as to what the links are on the page. As we're only seeing a screenshot, there's no way to know who may be responsible for that. @pincushionman , there is definitely something wrong with your system. I recommend disconnecting physically from the internet, and running a full system scan for malware.
  8. Well, that is not what I get from that link, and my site is working perfectly. I hate to say it, but I think you may have malware on your system that is affecting your DNS lookups.
  9. I'm sorry you're having trouble, but all my tests show HyperEdit working just fine. Perhaps you could give us some detail about what exact problem you're having. Please include the full versions of everything you're using, including all mods, OS, install path, etc.. Please also provide a step-by-step guide to recreate the issue.
  10. EDIT: This is in answer to @Rabblerouser. Rabble rabble! [while sliding on face] I'm just that good! All you have to do is think of asking for help, and BAM! But seriously, I've never seen that particular behavior before, and I'm glad it resolved itself. If you have the problem again, please let us know. Give us all the versions of everything you're using so we can do some testing. Good luck!
  11. And I would like to take the time to thank everyone for participating here. Hopefully Graphotron can benefit from all this. If not, that's fine too.
  12. Good job pinging Drew, 'cuz I don't think I know how to fix this. Good luck!