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  1. It looks stupid for my spaceplanes to flap their flaps when they're in space, and it's annoying having to manually disable each control surface to prevent this. A mod that made them stay put when there's no atmosphere would be amazing.
  2. Hey, I am trying to create a SpaceX like gridfin, but I am running into serious issues with its setup in Unity. I went through some old posts, but the information there didn't help me. So, does anyone out there know how to set up an airbrake for 1.0.5? And if we are at it, how to set up a control surface? I know there are two partmodules, for one ModuleAeroSurface for airbrakes and ModuleControlSurface for control surfaces, but where's the difference there? I would be glad if anyone could help me!
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