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  1. No. I'm sorry. I've run into a problem where I try to build the current (BETA) code, and it fails in a way that I don't understand. I use MS Visual Studio 2019 Community, but I barely know what I'm doing in that, but it seems related to the newer versions of the KSP API. I'm also not fluent in GIT, so, yeah. Any input is welcome.
  2. This might be related to that old bug. I think if you save and load the game and/or change the scene from flight and back, it fixes it. EDIT: Oops! Here's that issue: https://github.com/Ezriilc/HyperEdit/issues/14
  3. It is a bit newer, but has been tested pretty well. I need to make that BETA-1 into a full release.
  4. Well done. I'm not sure what you mean, but I think no. You get the ribbon the first time you get to that planet/body. Other things you do there give you the devices to put on that ribbon. The more you do, the more devices on the ribbon.
  5. Please try to clear your cache and refresh the page. It should show the login boxes.
  6. What does it show? Can you send another screenshot?
  7. What happens when you try to log in? You can click the User link again to reload the page. I may be having a caching issue with the page.
  8. You can use the recover tool at: https://www.kerbaltek.com/user
  9. I'm happy to help! On any page of this forum, click your username at the top-right, then click "Account Settings". In that view, click "Signature" on the left. In that view, use the "Insert image from URL" button to enter your ribbons image URL that you get from my site at https://www.kerbaltek.com/ribbons You need to be logged in.
  10. I love all the enthusiasm, but... let's see those ribbons!
  11. I'm not sure. Of course you can put a vessel in orbit around any planet, but I've never tried to put it on a certain path before. I suppose you could put yourself into a very high orbit of a nearby planet and then do legit burns to encounter anything, really. I'd bet someone else here has better input than I.
  12. If I'm understanding the code (I didn't write it) at the link below, it updates every half ("0.5f") second, or twice per second (2/s). I'm assuming that is the frequency that it plots on the screen as well. https://github.com/Ezriilc/KSP-Graphotron/blob/master/Source/ModuleEnviroSensorPlotter.cs#L32 I can't be sure this is correct, and that may be the limit of my knowledge, but I hope it helps.
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