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  1. Hey. I'm having a massive FPS drop near space stations or planetary bases since KSP wants to calculate every single unit, making the game unplayable (docking at 10fps with only the first docking port unlocked was a nightmare!) I was thinking about some solutions, and 2 possible solutions came to mind, although the 1st is a more definitive one: Disable physics calculation for every single object. We simply don't need the game calculating everything in a base or station. So if I already have a base built or a station in orbit and stable for x seconds, the game should just stop calculating everything but the main parts (maybe this could be activated once we rename the ship and make it a station or a base, each having it's own parameters to disable physics calculation); Bring Max physics delta-time per frame back. Why is this not available in the console version of the game? We need more performance options in the game setting. For the ones that don't know what this is, it basically slows time down so the computer can better calculate the physics. For example, if the physics calculation is pretty heavy on the CPU and frames start to drop, the game will basically slow down time (so 1 second in game takes 10 seconds in real life). The problem with this is that it would take more time for things to happen, but the experience would be way smoother (no more trying to click on a tiny ship part at 10fps during emergencies with the cursor controlled by the analogue stick axis).
  2. I really prefer Karbonite to the stock KSP resource system but my mild OCD tendencies really hate it when redundant/unused systems pile up on each-other. Is there a way to disable the stock resource system and just replace it with Karbonite?
  3. Hi there, just got ksp on ps4! Love it so far. Not sure if this is the right place to post this but, here we go. I have looked all over but havent found an option to disable the sixaxis controls for the ps4 version of kerbal when in mouse mode. Is this an option? And if not can it be added as an option? Because as it is now it drives me nuts. And before anyone suggests "just hold the controller still", thats not really a option for me since I have a disability and shake a bit haha.
  4. When loaded a 1000+parts ship in SPH my game doesn't lag ship but after adding some parts on it my game began to lag 1 sec every 2-3 sec. It seemed that releasing memories caused the lag and the game will crash sometimes. Is that the "Undo" recorded too many things and it used lots of memory? What shall i do to fix that? many thanks!
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