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  1. Hi I'm trying to concatenate a string with the value of a variable with MM, but noting seems to works and I find nothing on Internet. I need your help Here an example of what I'm trying : // First try : @PART[*]:HAS[#category[FuelTank],@RESOURCE[LiquidFuel],!RESOURCE[Oxidizer]]:LAST[MyModExample] { @description ^= :$:<br><color="green">It's an example with LiquidFuel #$/RESOURCE[LiquidFuel]/maxAmount$</color>: } It doesn't work. MM just don't evaluate the #$/RESOURCE[LiquidFuel]/maxAmount$ and just put it as normal text... // T
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vought_F-8_Crusader If you want my reasons, there's a detailed explanation here - The short version is that in stock aero most drag comes off the fuselage, even if the wings are angled to produce lift with the body of the plane pointing directly into the prograde. Push the nose up or down only a degree or two however, and it can up doubling. This is a problem because some phases of flight require more lift than others. If you prefer to penetrate sound barrier at sea level, you need a low lift condition, so it doesn't try to climb whe
  3. I'm trying to do this: @volume = #$../RESOURCE[Kerbolene]/maxAmount$ And it says this in the log: [LOG 19:34:41.286] [ModuleManager] Error - Cannot parse variable search when editing key volume = #$../RESOURCE[Kerbolene]/maxAmount$ I don't understand, any help? Edit: Mods, can you move this to the Help and Support subforum please?
  4. This occured to me a long time ago so I've decided to finally suggest it. I was looking at Ascension, the comet from Kragathea's Planet Factory, nowdays resurrected as Sentar Expansion. That body is on a highly eccentric orbit and always has the same SOI. That does not happen in real life even if we ignore the n-body physics. SOI depends on the proximity to the orbiting body. If it's close to a massive one, its SOI will be smaller, and vice versa, considering its constant mass and volume. Because of this, you could be in a defined large orbit around a comet when it's far away from the Sun
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