FenrirWolf

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About FenrirWolf

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  1. That seems kind of odd. Would changing that with a module manager config resolve the issue?
  2. Haha, that's exactly what's been happening on my end. I do expect to really get back into things in 1.0 though. Curious to see how the new stock aero plays.
  3. You've asked the question enough that it's clear what you mean. Doesn't necessarily mean it will be answered.
  4. Fictional spaceships also tend to fly as if space were filled with a mysterious ether that's functionally equivalent to an atmosphere, so there's that too. Also, 0/0 is an indeterminate form. It's not defined as equivalent to anything.
  5. The current theory is that the Moon wasn't captured, but instead it was the result of a collision between Earth and a Mars-sized body.
  6. Pretty sure Astronomer's pack or any of the other popular EVE add-ons do that.
  7. Can we get some close shots of the docking ports in question? My first instinct is that one of them is installed upside down but I can't tell at all from how small and distant those pics are.
  8. This seems reminiscent of the old "water lag" problem that plagued many people back in the day. But anyway, you are indeed experiencing reduced framerate along with lag of the simulation itself. As far as I can tell the problem is simply that your laptop's CPU just isn't that great and KSP is a highly CPU-intensive game. You can do things like make sure your power management is set to High Performance to reduce system throttling and making sure your drivers are all up to date, but I'm not sure you're gonna be able to squeeze much performance out of that chipset.
  9. If you're playing the game in Linux or OSX, or if you're on Windows and you specified -force-opengl as a launch parameter.
  10. I'm guessing they moved to a newer Unity revision that so happens to have that particular bug.
  11. There are plenty of ways you can stay in the action: 1) Lower your graphics settings (texture settings in particular). 2) Install ATM 3) Buy some bloody RAM. You can get 2GB sticks for around $25 or 4GB sticks for $40.