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  1. [1.4.2] Kerbal Academy Contract Pack [v1.1.9]

    In British English these two things basically mean the same thing (albeit it's a colloquialism).
  2. Yes it only tracks it if the option is turned on in the settings, and it is as simple as switching the "false" to "true" to correct it. HOWEVER - even with that option turned on, the first orbit is a slightly special case. See, to stop the minor world firsts from being recorded, I have set it so that flag will only go true if the kerbal has achieved orbit at least once. KSP doesn't record the orbit in the Kerbals flight log until after the world first has fired, so kerbals don't actually get credit for the first orbit. The workaround is to make sure the first kerbal to achieve orbit is also the first kerbal to return from orbit.
  3. [1.4.2] Contract Pack: Kerbal Academy 1.1.8 (18/04/2018)

    Requesting thread to be locked - please direct all further queries to Mark's thread here:
  4. [1.4.2] Kerbal Academy Contract Pack [v1.1.9]

    Good work! I've got a frankenbuild going on my PC so I'm partially back in action (yay!) - I'll submit a PR to the CKAN guys to point the CKAN entry to your repo rather than mine.
  5. [1.4.2] Contract Pack: Kerbal Academy 1.1.8 (18/04/2018)

    Sweet. Thank you for checking I'll merge the changes. As to your fork question, that's how it works. You fork the repo, make your changes in your copy and then open a PR to ask me to merge your changes into my repo. If your done with it, you can delete the repo afterwards
  6. Make these two female Kerbals stock

    Tbh it's so trivial to do, I might just sling it into Earn Your Stripes as an option
  7. Patch 1.4.3 to be released next week!

    This is exactly it. Alot of this thread over the last week or so has been "take your time, get it right" - now Squad have said they are doing that, those people are just silently nodding, and the impatient people are piping up. The truth is that most people only say something if they aren't happy. For example, in my job I recently went through a qualification where basically I had to demonstrate that I am delivering good customer service. One of the questions was "how do you know that what you did was successful" and literally 99.9% of the answers I gave were "the customer didn't phone us back" - because they only ever phone if it's not right.
  8. [1.4.2] Contract Pack: Kerbal Academy 1.1.8 (18/04/2018)

    I've sorted it for you, but next time I need a Pull Request opened to be able to merge it. As I said, I've set one up this time. Question about line 129: title = Recruit @/roleStringSingular, then place them in a vessel capable of completing this mission. Have you checked the contract loads into KSP like that? I'm not sure the Expression Parser is going to accept the comma. (you can check this by pressing Alt-F10 at the main menu, if "Kerbal Academy" is green then all contracts loaded. Otherwise you can drill down to find the one that failed. (I do appreciate the work by the way, so thank you)
  9. [1.4.2] Contract Pack: Kerbal Academy 1.1.8 (18/04/2018)

    @Mark Kerbin Can you sort that out? You'll probably have to define different strings for both entries
  10. Can I get some thoughts/opinions on the i5-7400? My old i5-2400k has finally died, and i need to replace it. On paper at least ( http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i5-7400-vs-Intel-Core-i5-2400/3886vs803 ) the 7400 seems to be superior in every way to what I already had, and I never found anything the 2400k couldn't handle. Is there anything I should be aware of? I'm coupling it with a GTX 1050TI 4GB (overclocked) - which is what the i5-2400k was already running on. Obviously the clock speed is slightly lower, but it looks like the newer architecture offsets that. Also yes I'm aware that I need a new mobo/ram etc - I'm actually planning on rebuilding from scratch.
  11. I've had a few people ask about this, so I set one up. Link in the OP
  12. Apparently half my mods have the link on and half don't. Doesn't help does it I've also set up a Patreon too, all links in the OP
  13. [1.4.2] Contract Pack: Kerbal Academy 1.1.8 (18/04/2018)

    Not sure yet. On the one hand, replacing the mobo cpu and ram will be cheaper (around £300-£500 depending on what I go for) but will have to wait until September, when I get my bonus. On the other, the other components are getting on a bit too ( I'm fairly certain the hard drive with the programs I don't want on the ssd on it is on its way out) and I can get a brand new pre-built pc with an i5-7400 and a gtx 1050ti for around £900 but pay for it over 12 months, which would get me back up and running in May. The gpu is brand new, so I can either use it instead of the one it comes with, or SLI them (assuming the 1050 supports SLI). I'll probably keep the ssd too as the one I'm looking at only comes with a HDD. The PSU is quite old, but was a premium one, think its just gone outside warranty, but the PSU in prebuilts is usually crap, so I'll probably keep the one I've got.
  14. Heads up - updates and support are going to be slow for the forseeable future: A moment of silence please. My venerable old desktop has finally died. The indications are that it's a critical hardware failure (I'm suspecting motherboard, but it might be the CPU too - it's definitely something critical anyway). Sadly this machine is a second generation i5 so the chances of getting a replacement component are next to zero. Which means I need to build a new PC, but don't have the money right now (and likely won't until September). RIP old friend, you've been a very faithful companion. For users of my mods: this means that updates are going to be a bit sparse going forward until I can scrape the money together to replace it. I have a machine I can use as a backup, but it's my wifes main computer, which means I probably won't be able to get on it that much (she's a writer). My other alternative is a very slow netbook that definitely won't play KSP.
  15. Heads up - updates and support are going to be slow for the forseeable future: A moment of silence please. My venerable old desktop has finally died. The indications are that it's a critical hardware failure (I'm suspecting motherboard, but it might be the CPU too - it's definitely something critical anyway). Sadly this machine is a second generation i5 so the chances of getting a replacement component are next to zero. Which means I need to build a new PC, but don't have the money right now (and likely won't until September). RIP old friend, you've been a very faithful companion. For users of my mods: this means that updates are going to be a bit sparse going forward until I can scrape the money together to replace it. I have a machine I can use as a backup, but it's my wifes main computer, which means I probably won't be able to get on it that much (she's a writer). My other alternative is a very slow netbook that definitely won't play KSP.