THX-1138

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  1. Hello @DoctorDavinci, You are not the only one concerned. Unlike many here, I took the time to review the TOS and Privacy Policy from Take2 (new owner of KSP) and they state the following: So indeed, Take2 does collect information about you, your device and game play. A group of people do not mind since they are already "Huxley Slaves", if you do mind then there are a few options: 1- Do not update to the latest version 2- Block KSP from transmitting out any data from your device by using firewall rules 3- Install and play the latest KSP on a device that will never connect to the WEB 3- Submit a complaint to Take2: I hope that helps.
  2. Definitely your 3-D models and textures are one of the best found within the KSP community. This design looks like a Soviet Era from the early 70s, like it very much just wished it could have held at least to Kerbals. Looking forward to it's release.
  3. @silentvelcro Followed your instructions for the HOYO docking port and it worked perfectly. Thank you.
  4. Inbound to MUN on a rescue mission.

  5. @silentvelcro I am finally using the HOYO CSM and Altair Lander in one of my missions. Definitely beautiful 3D model, textures and animations. I enjoy the detail you added with the HOYO CSM and it's semi transparency effect when the sun hits the panels! Superb. One question, the HOYO docking port that I am using on the HOYO CM and Altair Lander do connect but wobble when I throttle my mains. The ports are activated and extended, they connect but its fragile lock. Am I doing something wrong? Have a missed something? Any input on how to solve this is appreciated.
  6. @silentvelcro Sad but understandable. I was never to keen with NASA's Lunar Electric Rover. It is slow, heavy and complicated. My idea for an astronaut vehicle is by designing it with the "K.I.S.S." principle: Either way, I do appreciate your contributions to KSP. I will definitely download and use what ever you decide in the future with the rover.
  7. BobCat you provided many hours of great adventures with all of your KSP mods.  I have collected and used all of them.  Thank you.

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      BobCat

      Im happy hear that. Thx you too. 

  8. @silentvelcro If possible, could I make a suggestion for your DADV rover to inspire you with a two seat design? "BobCat" made a great "tiny" rover called Duna Exploration Manned Vehicle (DEMV) Mk. 5 "Ant"
  9. @silentvelcro Great progress!!! Looks great. A few questions: Is the illustrated rover on your screenshot for a single Kerbal? Is it possible to fit other similar sized rover into the DADV-1 elevator compartment? Enjoying how your DADV-1 is evolving.
  10. @silentvelcro Tried Kerbal Joint Reinforcement and it made a massive difference on how stable the ARES I-X rocket is now. Thank you!
  11. Hello @silentvelcro, I am not sure if I am doing something wrong or the issue is with the design but the Ares I-X is very unstable at lift off from Kerbin. The Rocket comes apart soon after take off no matter what I do. Your input is much appreciated.
  12. Excellent work! I was patiently waiting for this to come out from you. Downloading all other mods as well since you have updated them and are using Textures Unlimited. Keep up the superb quality and attention to detail.
  13. It already exists. No need for duplicate work. You can find them here: Frizzank Aeronautical Space Administration (FASA) - Apollo, Gemini & Mercury Bluedog Design Bureau - Stockalike Saturn, Apollo, and more!