Lupi

Members
  • Content Count

    238
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

443 Excellent

6 Followers

About Lupi

  • Rank
    Resident Dragon of the Media Group

Contact Methods

  • Website URL Array

Recent Profile Visitors

1,722 profile views
  1. i think that's only present when you have KER installed, maybe.
  2. Yes, it is enough. Everything will spawn, because the spawning of the surface features is based on the ROCSeed value. This is literally the only difference between a 1.6 save and a DLC save. I'd imagine they had their reasons for not making it an option. Also, they're nowhere near as rare as easter eggs. If you're in the right biome, you'll be able to find a handful within a kilometer or two of wherever you land. The most i ever had to drive was like 10km, except on Kerbin where they're intentionally sparse, because Kerbin has way too much science as it is. For example, see duna: all these shadows are small ones, and there's some visibly large ones that are a few pixels across. My rover is dead center of screen, and the skycrane is off to the side, 1.5km away,
  3. I have the control surfaces fully deployed to be the sides of the truck bed. if I have a spoon moment and roll the thing onto its side, I can invert deploy and they give me enough leverage to right it. they freak out in the video because the center of mass shifted on the craft (by moving the ore tank), and they automatically figure out how to give control input based on their orientation relative to the CoM. you can see this for yourself if you want. I've got the rover on KerbalX: https://kerbalx.com/Lupi/Sockodyne-SR-04-Mountain-Goat
  4. Full! All... 3.5? tons of it. plus the weight of the i-beam feet and docking port.
  5. In response to some of the more passionate folk here, Orbiter has been free since 2000. How could Squad DARE to charge money for Kerbal? The gall of those guys.
  6. Hey, they're hiring for at least 3 other positions if you click on the banner at the top of the forums! There's probably still room to apply for -something.-
  7. Yeah, past merch wasn't exactly stellar. The best stuff I've gotten was stuff I received as a gift for doing KSPTV, and that wasn't all exactly high volume. I don't think it's for a lack of interest, i mean, look at all the stuff they had at PAX. They evidently wanna make stuff, they just might not know what. That papercraft Val was cool. (oh cool tweets embed)
  8. Have you heard anything back? I'm gonna be up front and say I have
  9. I'm sure a company as big as Take Two knows who to work with and has suppliers in mind already.
  10. 3d printed craft was a third party service that ceased operations like a year or two ago. agreed on some of the other stuff, though. I'm sure private division has ideas.
  11. to their credit, they didn't say what day next week. they've given themselves some padding room, haha.
  12. yes, all the ui elements are individually scalable and have been for a long time! this ones probably included with that pre-existing staging/docking/map thing on the bottom left. I forget what it's called.
  13. This looks like it's going to be as useful as it gets! I can't wait to use it!
  14. It was by their online form service. this was the auto confirmation. I"m just not sure what to expect/hope for.
  15. Do they send letters of rejection or do we just assume nothing if we don't hear back in the affirmative?