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  1. Download: GitHub | Source All bugs shall be submitted via the GitHub issues system (see Source link above). No logs, no support. "This is how fuel cells should work in stock." --DasValdez What this mod does is add a minimum electricity storage slider to the fuel cell. If you have a battery of 50 and set the slider to 50%, the fuel cell will activate when EC is drained to 25 units. If you have a battery of 50 and set the slider to 10%, the fuel cell will activate when EC is drained to 2.5 units. This mod makes the fuel cell behave like a backup generator! Bases:
  2. I've found an interesting (and very annoying) bug that affects "tweakable" sliders on various parts in the VAB and SPH. (Imgur link explains what I'm trying to express much better) After attaching a part using either radial or vessel symmetry, I'll occasionally attempt to change a tweakable, be it the thrust limiter, authority limiter, or otherwise; and then I see its twin is unchanged. Exiting and entering a save file doesn't fix the issue but a full KSP program restart does fix it (temporarily). Imgur Link: https://imgur.com/gallery/otFHV Any help would be greatly
  3. Download: GitHub | Source All bugs shall be submitted via the GitHub issues system (see Source link above). No logs, no support. Adds an action group entry for "Control From Here" to docking ports and command capable parts. Do note that if for some reason a part is both a docking port and a command module, the docking port will take priority. Installation 1. !!!IMPORTANT!!! If going from KSP 1.2.2 to 1.3, delete the old Collide-o-Scope folder. 2. Install ModuleManager or use the provided version (may be out of date!) 3. Copy Squidsoft Collective into y
  4. Please see the continuation of this addon here. Ever wanted to open a shielded docking port in the editor, or start your ship with crossfeed disabled across your docking ports? Maybe adjust the ejection force of your decouplers, or open a solar panel? The poorly-named TweakableEverything exists to provide exactly such features. Shielded and lateral docking ports can be opened in the editor and fitted with other stackable parts. Decoupler ejection force can be tweaked, and solar panels can be opened in the editor. These options and more leverage the new Tweakables sy
  5. As an option for adjusting the Tweakables values on certain parts, such as control surface authority, thrust limiters, fuel levels and the like, I'd like to be able to just type in my desired value. A simple text box that lets me manually enter the design amount saves me quite a bit of trouble having to faff about with the horrible, horrible sliders. For lights, why do we have to deal with RGB values in decimal? Just let us enter a value from 0-FF or 0-255 so we can get the lights in any standard hex color code. Why can't we adjust colors on lights placed with Symmetry enabled asymmetrica
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