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  1. S t o c k W a t e r f a l l E f f e c t s This mod contains a set of template and engine configuration files, that give amazing waterfall effects to the stock engines. The mod is still under development, but I am going to publish my WIP periodically on Github, where you can download it and check it out: Downloads: https://github.com/KnightofStJohn/StockWaterfallEffects/releases Dependencies: You will need Module Manager: https://github.com/sarbian/ModuleManager/releases And of course you will also need to install the Waterfall mod for this to w
  2. Another piece of the Sound Overhal Project, this mod adds sounds effects to the stock motorised rover wheels, varying by their speed. It requires ModuleManager to be installed. Downloads CurseForge | GitHub | Kerbal Stuff | MediaFire Source included, project also available on github, licenced under GPL v2. Binaries licensed All Rights Reserved. If you've enjoyed this, consider donating a cup of coffee to help with late night coding: Change log
  3. Hello ! Im working on my first ksp mod who's gonna add new propulsion systems (like nuclear fusion or antimatter for example). I have a little problem with one of my engines : im using a module enginesFX for the engine principal informations and a prefab_particle for the flame. And the flame, dont want to apears when the engine start. If someone can check the code and tell me if there is errors, it will be very helpful ! Thank you !! PART { name = EtrFusion1 module = Part author = Lgg159 mesh = model.mu rescaleFactor = 0.78125 node_stack_top = 0.0, 0.16, 0.0, 0.0, 1.0,
  4. I need sound files for my part / plugin - and i couldn't find links in this forum i had found before. Any help ? Specifically, i'm looking for sounds of hydraulics (i had some luck finding a few promising sources) and a heavy door slamming sounds (as clean as possible from any echoes, this is a tough one for me). Some sci-fi versions are also welcome. I need them for sound of hydraulics driving a large metallic gate or door (that has a single rumbling thump). Also, if anyone has info on sound creation - used software, education and similar - i'd be thankful.
  5. Ground Effect Now here's a feature that would open up some awesome possibilities. Imagine being able to build realistic hovercrafts, ekranoplans, etc.. This would also make landings a bit easier, since you get an extra blob of air pressure under your aircraft as you near the ground. Exhaust Compression Basically, take a regular engine part, build an aerodynamic shell around it, and ta-da! Makeshift extra-large ramjet. The engine itself gets you going, and then as the shell takes in larger and larger volumes of air for the engine to heat up and compress, the more thrust yo
  6. Does KSP take the Oberth Effect into account?
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