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  1. SORRY now with RCS nosecones! [0.2.1] - Possibly fixed mod not loading on some computers Welcome to the first parts mod for KSP2. Spaceplane and Orbit Reutilization and Recovery companY or SORRY for short, is a parts mod that adds parts such as gridfins and rcs nosecones (for now). Gridfins(Aero/Control Surfaces) - from S to L they provide control on atmospheric flights! great to steer loooooooooooooong rockets! (Brakes to activate them) Nosecones with rcs ports(Utility/RCS) - they come in XS to XL, equiped with a big fuel tank and a smaller Monopropellant tank to use along side with its 4 RCS ports. Steer your rockets in space! Links Github (latest release): https://github.com/LuxStice/SORRY/releases/tag/Release Source: https://github.com/LuxStice/SORRY Spacedock: https://spacedock.info/mod/3336/SORRY Spaceplane: Recovered SORRY: for the explosions... =============================================================================== Dependencies BepInEx (comes in SpaceWarp) SpaceWarp [0.4.0-1.0.1] - https://github.com/SpaceWarpDev/SpaceWarp/releases/tag/spacewarp-1.0.1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommended Community Fixes Expect Bugs and instability, we are still in very early stages of part additions to the game, almost everything is still being researched and tested for better implementations. Planned parts (Mostly ordered by priority): Airbrakes - they break the air. no wait... Aerodynamic Landing Legs - to avoid breaking our sexy engines Inline Chutes - use fuel to land? IN THIS ECONOMY? Inline service module with RCS tanks, reaction wheel, solar panels and batteries - all in one part, what a beautiful sight. And messy too Aerodynamic Docking port - Cutting through air and crafts Aerodynamic RCS Blocks - use RCS to steer? IN TH---- Open to suggestions! You can test our new parts here: https://github.com/LuxStice/SORRY/releases/tag/Testing Credits: Descriptions and part names: Dreamliner & Shorkie Expect things to be buggy on these Testing versions, I'm still trying figure out about how things actually work and how to implement them properly! Also, gridfins model was a placeholder for testing, i dont own the rights for it! All models right now are temporary, I'm focused on making things work first. Im open to help you add your parts to the game, feel free to ask! License
  2. All Rights Reserved Tantares (For Kerbal SpaceProgram 1.12.X) Description Tantares is four mods! All of them standalone, and with minimal dependencies: Tantares: Soviet crewed spacecraft, space station, and LEO spacecraft *Requires B9PartSwitch TantaresLV: Soviet launch vehicles and upper stages *Requires B9PartSwitch TantaresSP: Soviet interplanetary probes *Requires B9PartSwitch TantaresSAF: Soviet Aerodynamic Fairings *Requires Simple Adjustable Fairings, B9PartSwitch The parts are made with the "LEGO" frame of mind - they fit together to make certain craft, but are flexible and generic enough to be used in many creative ways, just like vanilla KSP parts. If you're using TantaresSP, I highly recommend using one of my other mods, Neptune Camera, which adds camera functionality to probes. Screenshots TantaresLV Screenshots Tantares Screenshots TantaresSP Screenshots TantaresSAF Download Links You need B9 Part Switch for all Tantares mods. B9 Part Switch You can get Tantares on both GitHub, Spacedock, and CKAN. Craft files are included in Tantares and TantaresSP. Tantares - GitHub (Earth Orbit Spacecraft) TantaresLV - GitHub (Launch Vehicles and Upper Stages) TantaresSP - GitHub (Interplanetary Space Probes) TantaresSAF - GitHub (Simple Adjustable Fairings) Updating? Keep in mind that parts are sometimes deprecated (removed) when moving to newer versions of the mod. Though they will still load on existing crafts for at least one version after they are deprecated, they will not appear in the VAB and will not have textures. Frequently Asked Questions What's the situation with IVAs? Crewed capsules will get IVAs, unfortunately I just don't have the time to do IVAs for the large station parts. What's the balancing like? Parts are balanced against vanilla KSP parts to not be intentionally uselesss, this means the launch vehicles with accurate to RL proportions might seem pretty powerful, a Soyuz putting 14 tons into LKO, etc. Really the best solution for this is to use a 2.5x~ system rescale, JNSQ, or just enjoy the big payloads. I only want one thing, not the whole mod, can I prune it? Yes, when placed inside the GameData folder, open the Tantares (or other mod) folder, and within the parts subfolder, delete the spacecraft you don't want parts for. For example, if you don't want a Soyuz, delete the folder SOYUZ from Tantares/parts. Compatibility Tantares, TantaresLV, and TantaresSP have minimal dependences, but have patches to kOS compatibility. The parts in Tantares are balanced against the stock game parts. This might leave rockets feeling a bit overpowered in the vanilla KSP system. Playing in a rescaled solar system 2 to 3 times larger will make them feel much more true to real life. TantaresSAF requires Simple Adjustable Fairings. If you're using TantaresSP, one of my other mods, Neptune Camera, will add extra functionality to the camera parts. Recolours and Extras Special thanks to everyone who has contributed and helped out with this! Friznit's Tantares Wiki (Additional Craft Files) Roger's Methalox patch. Well's IVA patch. Credits and Thanks Thanks to everyone who has helped! Special thanks for: @Zorg - Waterfall Development @benjee10 Sokol Flight Suit SSVP Docking Port Male SSVP Docking Port Female Texturing and design assistance. @Well IVA Props Internal IVA design. Feedback and assistance. @Zarbon44 - 7K Soyuz texture, and beautiful screenshots! Thanks to the below for some great screenshots in usage: @EM23
  3. [Licensed with Mozilla Public License 2.0, more information in the License.md file] KerbalFunds: You just need that small amount of Funds/Science for upgrading/building/researching? You can get it easily now, using KerbalFunds! In the uploaded version, you can press L at the KSC to get the menu and press submit to close it. This video isn't the current version, the uploaded one can also add science points. Here is the spacedock page: https://spacedock.info/mod/3326/KerbalFunds Source code repository on GitHub: https://github.com/jdopss/KerbalFunds Changelog: 0.1: initial release 0.2: taskbar support button added, licensing
  4. Burn Controller is a mod for Kerbal Space Program 2 that lets you set up engine burns, with the ability to set an amount of time to wait before starting a burn, the percentage of thrust, and the duration of the burn. The latest release is 0.8.0, which has been tested to work with of KSP 2. Previous Releases: 0.7.0 Download Links SpaceDock: https://spacedock.info/mod/3330/Burn Controller Github: https://github.com/JohnsterSpaceProgramOfficial/BurnController/releases Installation Download and extract SpaceWarp + BepInEx into the root directory of your copy of KSP 2. Drag the contents of Burn Controller's zip file into the root directory of your KSP 2 installation. If you did everything correctly, when you run the game, Burn Controller should appear similar to what is shown in the screenshots below. Usage For a demonstration of how to use Burn Controller, you can watch a short video here. As of the 0.8.0 update, engine burns can also be set up for maneuver nodes. You can view a short video showing how to do this here. Requirements SpaceWarp 1.0.1 or greater and BepInEx. Screenshots License (MIT)
  5. SOLVED: Turns on FAR was the issue, i uninstalled it and it works just fine now restarting game and clearing input log has not helped. gamedata folder: https://imgur.com/a/uXPylsD Ksp logs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KxQ9C2RDRZXZbP9cm0HeqAmhw8S3KNDY/view?usp=sharing
  6. May you provide me with a lander to land on Echo (From the Precursors Planet Pack). It requires 3800m/s to go to orbit or land and all entries must come with a normal Clamp-O-Tron docking port (1.25m). Thanks for your help! The docking port I'm referring to: https://wiki.kerbalspaceprogram.com/wiki/Clamp-O-Tron_Docking_Port
  7. v1.1.0 (10 June 2022) Full Screenshot Gallery Currently the mod adds 12 different engines. You can read about the engines in the Wiki. You will notice that they run on a variety of fuels. These fuels provide advantages and disadvantages compared to stock Liquid Fuel and Oxidizer, having different efficiencies, thrust ranges and storage volumes. You can check out my roadmap of engines that potentially could be added. DOWNLOADS Spacedock Github Wiki Bug Reports Dependencies (included in download, check for latest versions!): ModuleManager (4.1.4) B9PartSwitch (2.17.0) Community Resource Pack (1.4.2) DeployableEngines (1.3.0) Installation: Merge the GameData folder in the release .ZIP with the GameData folder in your KSP installation, by placing the GameData folder in to the 'Kerbal Space Program' folder. All of the dependencies come included with the mod. The "RocketMotorMenagerie" folder, as well all dependencies, should appear alongside the "Squad" folder within 'Kerbal Space Program/GameData'. To install the Extras, place any or all of the subfolders within 'Extras' into 'Kerbal Space Program/GameData'. Recommended Mods: The following mods are strongly recommended for an enhanced gameplay experience: CryoTanks (1.6.0) - This provides a set of patches provide fuel-switching features for the most basic LF/O tanks as well as orbital fuel tanks specially designed to contain cryogenic fuels Waterfall (0.6.3) - A cool way to create and drive engine effects more effectively. If you want cool engine plumes, get this mod. Frequently Asked Questions How are the parts balanced? Parts are balanced against stock KSP parts, which means the launch vehicles might seem overpowered. The parts are best suited for a 2.5x~ system rescale or JNSQ. Will you add feature/part xxx? I certainly accept pull requests. Please target all such things to the dev branch though! Or, you can make a constructive suggestion on the forum thread. Please check the roadmap above before asking. Licensing
  8. Kalkulator is a mod for Kerbal Space Program 2 that adds a basic calculator with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division functionality. The latest release is 1.0.2, which has been tested to work with of KSP 2. Previous Releases: 1.0.0 | 1.0.1 Download Links SpaceDock: https://spacedock.info/mod/3327/Kalkulator Github: https://github.com/JohnsterSpaceProgramOfficial/Kalkulator/releases Installation Download and extract SpaceWarp + BepInEx (https://spacedock.info/mod/3277/Space%20Warp%20+%20BepInEx) into the root directory of your copy of KSP 2. Drag the contents of the mod's zip file into the root directory of your KSP 2 installation. If you did everything correctly, when you run the game, the mod should appear similar to what is shown in the screenshots below. Screenshots License (CC BY-ND 4.0)
  9. URL: https://SpaceDock.info FAQ What we are working on now: We decided to split Spacedocks Frontend and backend. VITAS is working on the frontend (including UI rewrite) Darklight is working on the backend. VITAS is working on an improved cdn setup
  10. kOS Scriptable Autopilot System v1.4.0.0 for KSP 1.12.x (This is a continuation of the old thread about the kOS mod: ( 1.2.2 kOS scriptable autopilot system ).) kOS (Kerbal Operating System) is an autopilot you script yourself. kOS is to programming, what Kerbal Space Program itself is to rocket science. You don’t have to know what you’re doing to get started, but you may find yourself learning a lot by accident as you play with it. And if you already know a lot about programming, it will still be able to hold your interest. kOS is meant to scale with the skill level of the user. You can start off doing very small simple things with it, and get more and more into using its features as you go. Example: print "Launching". lock steering to heading(90,80). lock throttle to 1. stage. wait until altitude > 5000. lock steering to heading(90,60). wait until altitude > 15000. lock steering to heading(90,45). wait until altitude > 25000. lock steering to heading(90,30). until apoapsis > 80000 { print "apoapsis is " + round(apoapsis,0). wait 0. } lock throttle to 0. // ..etc... What it does kOS introduces a few new parts that each contain a simulated computer capable of running programs written in its own scripting langauge called kerboscript. The computer has powerful smarts built in to the hardware that allow it to do complex spacecraft operations in one command, thus making it possible to make complex programs with only a few lines of script text. The intent of kOS is to be a fully in-game item that lives inside the Kerbal’s universe. The program isn’t running on your own gaming computer, but rather it’s being run in a virtual machine that is simulated in the underlying Unity engine. History kOS was originally begun as a mod by a single author, Kevin Laity aka Nivekk. Although the project has undergone massive changes since then and now has a very different underlying archetecture and is under active development by a different set of people, none of that would have been possible without his original vision and work. Changelog Source Downloading: From Curse From SpaceDock Direct from the GitHub Project
  11. KASA Kerbal Aeronautics and Space Administration K-38 CRV [1.12.x][WIP] -This mod aims to add parts from the NASA concept and tested X-38 Crew Return Vehicle (CRV), that was proposed as a crew return vehicle from the ISS. This mod adds stock-alike X-38 parts with compatibility with several popular mods such as Habtech, SOCK, Knes, and others. This vehicle was designed to fulfill the role of an emergency crew return vehicle, supporting 7 kerbals on their journey back home. Huge thanks to @UCTech for their help with producing this mod with me! Image credit: @brickmack This mod will have Waterfall support planned for RCS and engines. The K-38 will be updated regularly, so check back often for updates.
  12. SpaceDock is the premier mod hosting site for Kerbal Space Program and Kerbal Space Program 2. Download and upload mods for: Kerbal Space Program 2 Kerbal Space Program 1 Site newes and announcements If youre having problems with the Advanced Search help beeing in the way reload your browser cache by pressing Shift+F5 OR Shift+ click reload
  13. This post is under construction: FTL Download on SpaceDock, Github or Curseforge. Also available on CKAN. FTF Download on SpaceDock, Github or Curseforge. Also available on CKAN. Field Training Lab (FTL) Field Training Facility (FTF) DELETE OLD/EXISTING installations before installing new. Field Training Lab (FTL): Field Training Facility (FTF) : Continuation of Training Lab and Field Training Facility. Originally by @Efour, now continued by zer0Kerbal with support from the community. This mod provides a training system for your kerbalnauts. The New Look: If you want to train your kerbal immediately, you can use this mod. [1.9.1+] Training Laboratory Spacedock - CKAN (Dependency : Module Manager ) This mod provides Training method with consuming Science points. Paying 20 sci, your kerbal can get 1 exp. Since leveling up method is very limited, you have to pay science point once enough to advance level. If your Training Lab is in orbit, Payment will be reduced to half. If your Lab is on other planet, Payment will be reduced to 1/4. You can tweak values with editing .cfg. If you want, you can add this module to other crewed part. It can support up to 8 kerbalnauts. Leveling up 'Immediately' is not realistic? Do you think training needs to consume time? This mod will be answer for you. [1.9.1+] Field Training Facility Spacedock - CKAN (Dependency : Module Manager ) This mod is similar with Training Laboratory, But one thing is different. It consumes Time and Electric Charge. If you want level 5 kerbalnaut from level 0, You need to train your kerbal 1 year. Becoming level 1 will only need to wait 13 days, But as you know, high level needs more training. But, If you place your facility into orbit, It will be 4 times faster. If you place it on other planet, 6 times faster. You can tweak params with .cfg. Not so complex. It consumes 4 EC/sec per kerbal. If you train 2 kerbals, It will drain 8 EC/sec. You will need powerful energy sources. Now then, someone like me will want to use both. Then, just install both of them. Result is shown below. Payment of science point(TL) will be reduced with training experiences(FTF). For example - Just using TL, Level 4 -> Level 5 consumes 640p of Science point. But Level 4(50% with FTF) -> Level 5 consumes just 320p of science point. If 90% with FTF? Just pay 64p of science point or wait some more days. you can get level 5 kerbalnaut. More training means less sci point needed, linearly. These two mod can co-work, It's because I created this thread. If you want one thing, you can install just one mod. If you want co-work of them, you can install both. --- Review by --- Find original thread here.
  14. Image by v1.0.0-beta-3 (29 September 2021) Stockalike Kistler K-1 for KSP This mod adds the Kistler K-1 reusable launch vehicle to KSP. It is balanced like other stockalike mods such as BDB and Tantares, for a ~2.5x solar system. In the future I hope to add more NewSpace and similar unflown concepts! DOWNLOADS Spacedock Github DEVELOPMENT BUG REPORTS WIKI ROADMAP Dependencies (included in download, check for latest versions!): ModuleManager (4.1.4) B9PartSwitch (2.17.0) Community Resource Pack (1.4.2) DeployableEngines (1.3.0) Simple Adjustable Fairings (1.12.0) This mod also requires the Breaking Ground DLC. Installation: Merge the GameData folder in the release .ZIP with the GameData folder in your KSP installation. All of the dependencies come included with the mod. The "Asbury" folder, as well all dependencies, should appear alongside the "Squad" folder. Recommended Mods: The following mods are strongly recommended for an enhanced gameplay experience: CryoTanks (1.6.0) - This provides a set of patches provide fuel-switching features for the most basic LF/O tanks as well as orbital fuel tanks specially designed to contain cryogenic fuels Waterfall (0.6.3) - A cool way to create and drive engine effects more effectively. If you want cool engine plumes, get this mod. Frequently Asked Questions How are the parts balanced? Parts are balanced against stock KSP parts, which means the launch vehicles might seem overpowered. The parts are best suited for a 2.5x~ system rescale or JNSQ. Will you add feature/part xxx? I certainly accept pull requests. Please target all such things to the dev branch though! Or, you can make a constructive suggestion on the forum thread. Please check the roadmap above before asking. Licensing:
  15. Have you ever wanted to see your flight data in beautiful charts? Ever wanted to see a detailed log of your altitude, apoapsis, velocity, and much, much more? Well, KSP Data Export allows you to do that! This mod allows you to choose from 20 different values to log (even more are coming in future updates), and neatly puts them into a CSV file. You can then use this CSV file in programs such as Excel or Google Sheets to create beautiful looking charts and graphs. Data is logged by default every one second, but you are allowed to change to whatever you would like. I made this video to demonstrate some of the features: Current Values to Choose From: Vessel Surface Velocity G-Force Acceleration Thrust TWR Mass Position Altitude (Terrain) Altitude (Sea Level) Downrange Distance Latitude Longitude Orbit Apoapsis Periapsis Inclination Orbital Velocity Target Distance Target Velocity Resources Stage DeltaV Vessel DeltaV Science Air Pressure More values are coming soon! Screenshots The main GUI The GUI to choose which values to log Download This mod is available on CKAN, as well as SpaceDock and CurseForge. If you prefer to download it on GitHub, you can get it here. The source code is available here. License: MIT Thank you for reading, let me know your comments, feedback, and suggestions! (I am new the forums, so hopefully I didn't make any mistakes. This is also my first mod!)
  16. Starstro Space Systems Press Kit image made by @Pioneer_Steve Overall Description Starstro Space Systems is a mod being developed by me and my friend Star. My current interest in this mod is making shuttle payloads such as probes and general satellites I find interesting. Currently in development there's Chandra, Magellan, and Ulysses. This is something we've been working on for awhile now and I feel confident enough to show it. Currently all of this is in development or near release such as Magellan. But if you'd like to you can download anything you want off of the Github in the TestBranch. I hope everyone who sees this enjoys this is and doesn't mind any errors or mistakes, keep in mind this is my first time making an actually ksp mod. Downloads Github SpaceDock Dependencies B9 Partswitch Module Manager Bluedog Design Bureau Recommended mods Shuttle Orbiter Construction kit Waterfall Current Version To my knowledge this mod works on 1.11 and possibly 1.10, but I've only tested it on 1.12. Though if anyone has issues or can confirm it works on any other version please let me know Special thanks to @CobaltWolf, @Zorg, and @Invaderchaos For making BDB and helping @AmateurAstronaut1969, @Talverd, @Jay The Amazing Toaster, @Vals_Aerospace, @Pioneer_Steve, and @pTrevTrevs for all being genuinely helpful and supportive people while I've been working on this. And now some screenshots from it Pictures of Chandra by @AmateurAstronaut1969 Magellan Pics by @Pioneer_Steve All Rights Reserved.
  17. EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements - Clouds and City Lights EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements (a.k.a. EVE) is a mod for KSP that adds clouds and city lights. It is highly configurable and a number of other mods provide improved clouds not just for the stock planets, but for other planets provided by other mods. Go HERE for E.V.E. for later versions of KSP The mod works on KSP 1.8, and older versions are also available. This thread was a continuation of @rbray89's original EVE thread, please discuss on the REDUX version above. Installation The mod is distributed as two ZIP files, one small one which contains the plugin and shaders, and one large one which contains a sample configuration. If you are installing another mod which supplies EVE configurations, such as SVE, you should not install the sample configs. If you use CKAN, select EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements and then choose a config (if only one is available, that one will auto-select). If you are installing manually, download the latest ZIP files from https://github.com/WazWaz/EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements/releases and unpack them into your KSP directory. The zip files include the "GameData" directory and so this should merge with the same-named directory in your KSP installation, such that after installing, your KSP's GameData directory will contain the "Squad" directory shipped with the game, the "EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements" directory which you just installed, and, if you installed the sample configs, a BoulderCo directory. Configs for other mods are generally shipped in their own directories. It is strongly recommended that you use the 64-bit version of KSP when using EVE, especially with advanced configurations. Note that you will not necessarily see any clouds on Kerbin in the main menu, and they may flicker. Load a game to check if you've successfully installed the mod. If you wish to install for KSP versions prior to KSP 1.2, see the original thread, but note that there is little support for old versions. Compatibility with other Mods EVE is compatible with most mods, but in particular it is tested to inter-operate well with these visual mods: Scatterer - makes atmospheres realistically "haze". PlanetShine - makes the glow from planets/moons produce ambient light. Stock Visual Terrain - make the terrain detail of the stock planets much better quality. There are also a number of excellent mods that provide advanced configurations beyond the sample ones shipped alongside EVE: Stock Visual Enhancements (SVE) - high quality visuals, recommended for higher-end systems. Para-Sci High-Performance Atmosphere Pack - sleek but still beautiful visuals, even less CPU/GPU demanding than the basic configuration. Be sure to remove the sample configs (the "GameData/BoulderCo/" directory) if you manually install a mod that provides all its own configurations. If installing via CKAN, you will be prompted with what needs removing. If using the Real Solar System mod, you will need different configurations, such as: Real Solar System Visual Enhancements If using the Outer Planets Mods, you will probably want to add EVE for those too, such as: Pood's Outer Planets Mod Visual Overhaul Performance EVE runs fine on mid-range systems. See the alternative configurations above for different performance characteristics. The most expensive effect is currently the volumetric clouds. You can turn these off in the in-game configuration dialog, or by editing the configs with a text editor. Obviously the more cloud layers, the more costly are the effects. By default, only cloud layers within 10km of the camera can produce volumetric clouds. Note that while some outdated information online recommends using the -force-d3d11 option, this is not needed with 64-bit KSP (which you should definitely be using if using EVE), and has been reported to possibly cause memory leaks. Configuration The sample configuration includes a single layer of clouds and city lights for Kerbin and cloud layers for other stock planets/moons as appropriate. You can modify the configuration in-game by pressing Alt-0 (zero), though be warned that this is an advanced feature. If you save broken configs you will need to re-install your chosen configs. There is no undo. Documentation for the config files is currently pending, but note that since EVE-1.2-1, the _MinLight option has been changed. It should be set to 0 (the default) unless you want clouds to glow on the night side (eg. auroras). Also note the relatively new "UVNoise" setting, which allows adding noise to the texture look-ups, either for large animated cloud effects (see Jool), or to mask pixelization in fine detail (see Kerbin). Pretty Pictures and Videos For now, see the original thread for slightly outdated pictures and videos. If you have ones you wish to display here, provided they are short and contain no revenue-generation, just ask. Contributing If you have code changes you would like to contribute to the core plugin or shaders, please submit a Pull Request on the GitHub project: https://github.com/WazWaz/EnvironmentalVisualEnhancements If you have major config changes you would like to contribute, these are probably best supplied to users as an independent mod, in the same way as others listed above like SVE. If you can find a nice way to make use of the BumpMap config, let me know! If you'd like to donate, be aware that I'm only maintaining the great work of @rbray89, but you can donate from the CurseForge EVE page.
  18. Latest Release Spacedock Source Original mod by: @tgruetzm Continuation by: Angel-125 Snacks was originally published by tgruetzm in August of 2014. It offered a novel and lightweight solution to life support for those that didn't want the complexity of more sophisticated mods like TAC Life Support. This new version rebuilds the original code base in order to: Configure all sorts of options including snacks consumed per day, snacks per meal, and recycling rates. Days are calculated based on the homeworld's solar day, not the default 6/24 hours per day. Rescaled homeworld planets are supported! Provides a penalty system that won't brick your game. Run multithreaded simulations on your vessels to estimate how long your Snacks will last- ElectricCharge production & consumption are included! Maintain the lightweight feel while offering lots of customization. Want more challenge? Check out the addons in the LifeSupportResources folder: Air - Kerbals need Fresh Air to breathe in addition to Snacks to eat. They’ll faint and die without it! Your vessels are automatically equipped with a supply of Fresh Air, and you can make more from Oxidizer via the stock ISRU parts, or recycle Stale Air using the stock Hitchhiker. Stress - Cramped quarters can stress out kerbals and they’ll refuse to work! They aren’t tourists, they’ll just stop using their skills to help your mission. Other events cause Stress as well. Reduce Stress by hanging out in the stock Hitchhiker- but kerbals won’t have their skills available while they rest. Or make your own life support resource to track using the above config files as examples! If you're new to Snacks, please consult the KSPedia. KSPedia images License Source code: The MIT License (MIT) Snack Tin artwork by SQUAD/Porkjet: CC-BY-NC 3.0 Portions of this codebase are CC-BY-NC 3.0 and derived from Taranis Elsu's Window class. Module Manager by Sarbian Installation Delete any previous instances in GameData/Snacks Copy the files in the zip folder over to GameData/Snacks
  19. THIS MOD IS STILL IN DEV GO TO THE ORIGINAL FORUM POST TO DOWNLOAD THE MOD I've been working on updates to this mod but they aren't ready yet and I don't know when they'll be ready, my schedule has been all over the place for the past few years and honestly I really don't want to be redirecting traffic. The original mod STILL WORKS with the latest version of KSP (at least it did the last time I checked). GO THERE. Thanks, Geo
  20. https://github.com/Xeloboyo/NotEnoughShips Source code, license (MIT), and installation instructions in above link. Uses Spacewarp 0.2+ Does what it says on the tin, that is, spawn any saved vessel or loaded part in the current active campaign. Disclaimers: The vessel position serialization when in orbit is strange in ksp2 currently. This results in when spawning a vessel in orbit locally, spawned vessel will have a rather large offset at times. Features coming: - Ability to select a part and spawn it as a derelict vessel for testing. - Ability to spawn vessel next to a selected ship as opposed to the only active ship. - Ability to replace a vessel with another. - Ability to spawn a vessel next to ground structures like flags. Feedback: reply to this post with a mention or raise an issue on github.
  21. So, my RTX2060 maxes out at 30% on startup while I only get around 30 fps. There are also moments where fps drops to 15 and GPU usage drops to 10%. Similar things happen when I have a couple of vehicles next to me and I look at them, the usage drops along with the FPS. My Specs: Ryzen 5 3600 Rtx 2060 16GB RAM And my ksp is on SSD
  22. Hello all cosmonauts! This is my first post in the community, I hope to post this in the right place. I'm a graphic designer, and I've worked on some mods for other games. But KSP is my passion and I would like to collaborate with the community. I decided to do some tests for an improved interface in the graphic aspect, without intervening in the size, functions or positions of the elements, just perform in reskin of the interface. (especially for QHD and 4k) Seeking to unify unnecessary colors to decrease unnecessary visual complexity, and also make those long trips to Elo more comfortable. The idea is to use flatter textures, with greater contrast when necessary and greater clarity in the shapes. This is a very easy redesign job to apply to the game if the configuration and texture files can be easily modified. With KSP I am a little confused on how to start the work so I decided to ask the community for help to form a team and work on the aspects that I do not know about the game. I have always worked alone, without sharing many of the mods I made, but I think that should change, and the KSP community is one of the best to start learning and sharing experiences.
  23. [KSP 1.8.1-1.11.X] (V0.4.1) Interstellar Technologies [Antimatter Catalyzed Fusion Engine Powered Interstellar Spacecraft - Kepler] An Interstellar Propulsion System mod, made by Kepler- At long last, after months of hard work practicing modeling, and after finally unlocking the secrets to textures, The mod is finally released. This parts pack will be used to expand from the mod Kerbal Space Program Interstellar Extended. Those parts are extremely imbalanced with going around the stock system. The engines are made off the base of the KSPI-E engines' statistics, [DEPENDENCIES] All of the required mods for Interstellar Technologies to function properly is now in the main mod folder. Note that the KSPI-E folder is stripped of some of it's parts, due to complaints of complexity of KSPI-E. [RECOMMENDATIONS] Those are recommendations to download to play with the mod. They are NOT required. - Far Future Technologies - TUFX - MEV Heavy Industries - Galaxies Unbound - A Stellar Odyssey - Interstellar Extended (The whole pack in order to get all the parts) - Near Future Mods by Nertea - Singularity (For Galaxies Unbound) The parts pack will be updated quickly, releases will be *quick*. I will be available in the KSPI-E discord server and the Galaxies Unbound discord server, please @ Kepler (No spacing) to make suggestions for future changes. Special thanks to @Cyne for helping me with learning to texture models. [Some of the Parts include...] - Daedalus Inertial Confinement Fusion Drive (v.0.1.0) - Antimatter Catalyzed Fusion Drive (v.0.1.0) - Kugelblitz Drive (Black hole drive) (v.0.1.0) - Laser Core Antimatter Drive (v0.1.0) - Multi Mode Interstellar Afterburning fusion drive (v0.1.1) - Multi Mode SSTO Fusion Engine (v0.1.6) - TRIGA Core Static/Pulsed Trimodal Nuclear Thermal Rocket (0.1.7) - "Coaxial" SSTO Fusion Engine (0.1.7) And so much more as the mod updates! [SCREENSHOTS] [DOWNLOAD] Primary (SpaceDock): https://spacedock.info/mod/2674/Interstellar Technologies - A KSPI-E Expansion For Additional Bugfixes and all (Probably mostly for science mode and that) please contact me through Discord through the KSPI-E or the GU discord server. The mod uses the CC BY-NC-SA License.
  24. SSOUPP Photo by @AmateurAstronaut1969 Overall Description SSOUPP is a mod that adds space station parts based off of the NASA Supermodule concept and some other concepts that will come soon Downloads Github SpaceDock Dependencies B9 Partswitch Module Manager Recommended mods Shuttle Orbiter Construction kit Waterfall Habtech Current Version To my knowledge this mod works on 1.11 and possibly 1.10, but I've only tested it on 1.12. Though if anyone has issues or can confirm it works on any other version please let me know Special thanks to @CobaltWolf, @benjee10, @EStreetRockets for helping a ton on this mod. Supermodule would probably look horrible without their help in this @AmateurAstronaut1969, @Talverd, @Jay The Amazing Toaster, @Vals_Aerospace, @Pioneer_Steve, and @pTrevTrevs for all Giving good feedback in both this mod any other modding endeavor I've done. Photo by andres (he doesn't have an account) Photo by @raptor-m
  25. Download Here EVE is bundled, but be sure to check EVE page for updates as i will not be updating this mod often. Pics: (some may be outdated, will get updated as i get good screenies) Features: *Minimalistic design with focus on performance and full scatterer compatibility (not required to run mod, best to not use it when performance is an issue). *All planets but Gilly and Bop (geometric limitation) have atmospheric scatter or glow effects rendered via EVE cloud layers. Colors are generally highly saturated to give a more sci-fi universe feel compared to the more white and washed out realistic style used in most other mods like SVE. *Kerbin, Duna, Eve, Jool and Laythe have cloud layers. All volumetric layers (Kerbin, Laythe, Eve, ect) are kept minimalistic in thickness and useage to maximize performance while still creating as good an effect as possible. *Some airless bodies have fog/dust effects. Color choice is fairly varied, with some planets having highly colorful fog while others use a more greyish color. Duna has dust storms and Eeloo has blizzards. Moho has something akin to burning air. Particle density is kept to a minimum to keep performance up. While i cannot speak for everyone, my mid range laptop is capable of handling this mod as well as 2 1000 part warships in low orbit around any planet. *Designed to work with scatterer mod, provided you remove the "atmospheres" of SciFiVE since those look janky with scatterer enabled and should not be used together. Changelog: V-1.6 *Vall redesigned from ground up, 2 layers of floating ice in 2 different layer patterns, deleted the ground particle effect as I dont want too much perf hit from 3 particle layers rendering simultaneously. *Minor tweaks all around to layers to try and make things more consistent. Nothing major, but a few things specifically Duna's dust have been slightly improved overall. V-1.5 *File structure redone to make it easier for people to choose which effects they want or do not want without having to go the extra step and remove or edit configs. Currently split into: atmospheres: kerbin, eve, lathe, jool, duna, consider disabling if you use scatterer for a very minor frame boost clouds: renders clouds on planets that use atmospheres effect glow: similar effect to atmospheres but applies to non atmospheric planets dust: renders all the 3d particles near the ground, very cinematic but eats much more frames then the other effects so if your GPU starts crying try disabling this 1st *Overhaul of every glow layer. Edges of almost all planets have a distinctive and noticeable glow effect. Considerably improves contrast, light side actually looks like its reflecting light, dark side is truly dark. I did my absolute best to minimize artefacting present from stock EVE bugs, but a few rare cases still exist... *Many tweaks to particles to both improve visuals and cut down on needless lag (some effects like laythe rain is only visible right next to the camera, as its very hard to notice it far away in the 1st place given how light it is). Altered axis of many particle fields to make them move in different directions and not always east. *Improved laythe rain fx, now only visible at very short ranges, smaller particle size, slightly increased particle density to compensate (performance net increase). Also changed laythe clouds a bit *Added fire effect to moho, high velocity clouds occasionally zip past craft on the surface. Tried not to overdo the effect so the particles are rather thin and spaced out, will look into improving this for later versions. Also, removed moho's aura effect as it adds performance cost and is barely even noticeable during normal gameplay (you only really see it in very very high orbit around moho). For those that really liked it use glow.bak instead of glow.cfg. V-1.4 *Optimized to work alongside stock scatterer (download and install this separately, not packaged with this mod), *Redone or tweaked textures for Kerbin, Duna, Eve, and Laythe. Some new textures, some altered previous textures. *Added uvnoise feature to all major cloud maps to help eliminate jagged edge problems. Not a perfect solution, but it allows lower resolution detail textures and still keeps the cloud layers looking decent. *Few alterations to colors, particle density, ect. *Rain fx added to Laythe. *Mod now broken up into 3 separate files, the base mod (required dependancy), with optional cloud and dust addons. All come in a single zip file, but you can easily pick what features you want. V-1.3 *Huge overhaul of Kerbin, Duna, and Laythe. Completely redone textures (cloud maps, detail textures, particle textures). Detail textures are vastly improved with 2 of em being 4096x4096 to allow a good variety of cloud styles within a single layer without creating obvious tiling issues. *Brand new particle sprites for all planets with a bit more focus on overall quality. *More varied particle maps which makes each planet have a different thickness and level of particle coverage, no more reusing the same detail textures for half the planets. *Many other alterations too minor to bother mentioning, try it out to find out. V-1.2 *New custom cloud maps in 4096x2048 (8192x4096 for Kerbin), unique to every planet. Styles vary from purely sci-fi to semi-realistic depending on the planet for variety's sake. *Three new higher resolution detail textures which are both high res and do not give tiling issues when viewed from far away. Currently textures are for cumulus, cirrus, and a sci-fi one. *Seven new particle textures. Three are for clouds, all of which are wispy in nature and optimized to look good with very low particle density. Four are for the surface effects which vary from some particulates floating around to full blown dust storms. *Few minor color adjustments to improve looks with the new cloud textures. V-1.1 *Improved detail textures. *Minor changes to atmosphere and glow colors. V-1.0 *Initial release. Support: Due to a lack of time in my life i am not offering support of any kind officially. I may or may not update this mod when/if i get time on vacations or whatnot, but i currently have a full time job, family to take care of, and what little downtime i have available i cannot really spend on videogame modding. It was a pleasure working on this mod (and a few others), but for now im officially on hiatus, and as such ive modified the licensing to allow anyone to do anything with the mod or resources solong as it remains freely available for everyone to enjoy (that means no using any of my work to make money without my explicit permission). If you are having trouble installing, please post on the thread, and someone with technical knowledge on the forum should be able to help you. You may use all art assets and parts of this mod as you please, credit is appreciated but its not like im gonna chase anyone down if they dont. You are free to redistribute identical and modified copies of this mod. Also, absolutely no commercial use without explicit permission period, im not making any money on this free mod and neither will anyone else. And liscense for EVE itself which is packaged alongside mod:
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