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Recently I right-clicked on a part, and pinned the menu to the screen. It seemed so natural and normal and yet it was not all that long ago that that was not part of the game. In fact, there was a time not so long ago where clicking the "screw up this mission" button instead of the "do the thing you want" button was a very real danger, as you frantically clicked at a moving button. Then I started to think about all the other little changes to the game that I didn't even know I wanted, but made the game so much better. The editor widgets to rotate and translate parts. Not having to turn off SAS to turn your ship (only the old timers remember that one). I'm sure there are dozens, if not hundreds more. I'm not talking things like "The new aerodynamics" or "Kerbnet." I'm talking the little things that seemed nice but otherwise not notable, that over time you didn't even realize you appreciated so much. Or that you didn't even know you wanted until you got it.
I'd like to start this thread to give the mods some props. As you may know, forum moderation is traditionally a thankless job. That... kinda sucks. But our moderators here on the KSP forums do a pretty good job. I've seen the cesspool that certain other places on the internet can be, and the fact that these forums are so very far from that is a testament to the moderators' skill and dedication. So, if anyone else has some nice things to say for a change, I'm sure that'd be massive.