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  1. That's very interesting but I don't know enough to learn from it. I am currently using which has "pink" ringed planets but does not include RSSVE. I noticed the following in my Player.log. It is either OpenGL does not support a shader or else my graphics card is too outdated.
  2. Just adding that I see this Linux (possibly OpenGL related) bug too. RSS for Saturn and also the ringed planets in GU all have the same pink rings as reported by @leopardenthusiast seen in OPM. KSP versions 1.10.1 & 1.11.
  3. It doesn't seeem to fix anything for me. Downloaded Coatl Master and Linux version KSP 1.10.1.2939
  4. This mod is awesome! I was playing an RP-1 career but I just got too fed up with the extremely high level of the realism simulation. Engines that needed ullaging, constantly finding out that I was carrying the wrong fuel for the RCS thrusters, insufficient avionics, running out of electrical power, really slow science gathering and radiation always killing my crew. A lot of my favourite mods and parts are also not compatible with RP-1 and I was missing them a whole lot. Don't get me wrong, RP-1 is a masterpiece but the emphasis on realism just sucked all the enjoyment out of casual
  5. It would be good to know how did you fix it? The only fix I have found is to stick with STOL designs.
  6. My rule for my own career play through is to look at the orbits. distances and relative locations of the planets but never zoom in until I have actually gone there. Zooming in on the map is spoilers! So I don't at present have much information on what's really waiting out there as I have only visited Moho -> Duna. That said, so far, brilliant planet pack, thanks a bunch.
  7. Like many others... if it is not native for Linux then I won't have much interest in it. I should also emphasize that Linux support is far far more important to me than any form of multiplayer ever will be.
  8. I feel exactly the same. JNSQ is providing me with great new interest in the game. The thing that I found doing a career game with Making History, a life support mod and CTT was that getting enough science to reach first kerbaled Mun landings in Apollo style was impractical. Too many 3.75 or even larger late career parts are needed to lift a CSM & LM set up to Mun orbit in one launch. I wound up doing a Munar orbit rendezvous kerbaled Mun program based on 3 launches for the initial mission and then 2 launches each thereafter. First (a) a reusable MOL-like Mun orbit "Gateway" station a
  9. Just a comment really. I was watching your stream on WOLF (looks brilliant!) and I heard that you have placed a limitation on the Depot orbit locations. I remember one career play-through I could only find water at the Mun's South pole (a random game mirroring reality). The best place for the moon orbiting station in that game was then in a polar orbit. NASA's Gateway is projected to go into a polar orbit for this same reason. I am not so sure I like the restriction on orbital inclination. I think the periapsis and apoapsis limits make a lot of sense. On the other hand, I recognise that incli
  10. I find that the "intercept target at chosen time" function is broken in all builds following #875.
  11. This only happens if you don't close the FMRS Flight Manager GUI before switching to another vessel or even before exiting the game directly from the flight scene. Yes, it's difficult to remember to close it and very annoying.
  12. Just sitting in my tin can looking at an alien world right outside my window. Just Buzz doing something casual. You are right about the imperfections.
  13. No I am telling you I have not plugged in my joystick since KSP 1.4. I am horrified to hear any news at all about any reduced functionality for the KSP Linux version compared to Windows and OSX. This news to me is just bad, very bad. It doesn't matter that I prefer not to use the joystick, other people want it so it must be supported. Very sad and unsettling to hear it!
  14. What lack of joystick support? I have a Logitech joystick and with flavours of Ubuntu I plug it in and it just works.
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