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  1. You should be able to do this directly from the Spawn Vessel node. See this screenshot.
  2. I noticed that the third tutorial is missing: Screenshot Completing the first two tutorials doesn't unlock this, in case anyone is wondering. In fact, at the end of the second tutorial, the button to continue to the third one is disabled.
  3. @RoverDude PR issued! If I've mucked something up I'd be happy to take any critique available as this is my first experience using git/github. Spent the better part of the day reading/researching to avoid wasting anyone's time, so hopefully that paid off and I've made it easy on you. For anyone wondering what the process was like, the gist of making a change like this was: Fork repo on GitHub Clone repo locally Make changes locally Commit changes locally Sync commits back to GitHub Issue PR through GitHub Cross fingers I've omitted a lot
  4. I'll preface this by saying that I think I'm asking this in the right place, but if not, feel free to berate me and send me elsewhere. I'm trying to figure out if the placement of some of the parts from this pack within the Community Tech Tree (CTT) are placed as intended or erroneously and, if the latter, how I can best help correct it. One such example is the DERP Concentrated Photovoltaic array, which currently appears within the Enhanced Survivability (ES) node of CTT. From what I can tell, this is because the CTT configuration file (CTT.CFG) is using a wildcard for all parts st
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