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  1. Download: GitHub, SpaceDock Buffalo Source Wild Blue Tools Source BARIS Wiki Due to technical difficulties, CKAN installs are not supported. I suggest you use AVC instead. Mini-AVC is already supported. Val drummed her fingers on the Buffalo's dashboard. She loved the view out the front, but there's only so much she could take in before getting bored."Well?" Sitting in the crew cab/lab, Bob checked his laptop's display, puzzling over the results he saw. They didn't make sense. He checked the lab's GPS coordinates. They were in the right spot. "We're in the right place," Bob responded finally, "and I've got the soil composition for this area, so Isaxy will be happy. But these gravity reading are just... strange." "That's descriptive," Val muttered to herself. "What?" "Never mind. What if we set up some negative gravioli detectors up on the ridge and a bit further south? Can we triangulate the anomaly that way? Bob tapped on the laptop for a few seconds. "Yeah, we can do that," he finally answered. Val smiled broadly. She was finally going to fly on Duna! "Dibs on the JetWing then!" The NASA Multimission Modular Space Exploration Vehicle (MMSEV) Is a radical new concept that uses common components for ground rovers and in-space exploration craft. This modularity opens up the possibility of a variety of different configurations. The Buffalo Modular Space Exploration Vehicle (MSEV) is the KSP equivalent from Wild Blue Industries. With the Buffalo, you can explore space in style! Features - Modular design lets you build rovers, aircraft, and spacecraft. - Fits inside the standard 3.75m cargo bay. - KIS/KAS friendly; you can assemble and disassemble the Buffalo out in the field. - Crew spaces have IVAs. Optional Support for ASET. - Designs inspired by real-world NASA MMSEV with family resemblance to ground vehicles around KSC. References NASA MMSEV: http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/technology/space_exploration_vehicle/ Recommended Mods (you'll need RPM as well as ASET Props and ASET Avionics to use the Buffalo Command Cab's ASET IVA) Reviews Acknowledgements Module Manager by saribian Community Resource Pack by RoverDude, Nertea, and the KSP community Portions of this codebase include source by Snjo and Swamp-IG, used under CC BY-NC SA 4.0 license Icons by icons8: https://icons8.com/license/ Eve: Order Zero graphic courtesy of Kuzztler and used with permission. Featuring: JetWing! License And don't forget about Buffalo's big brother, the Bison, found in the Heisenberg Airship Parts Pack!
  2. I have installed mods that generate new groups of parts but they don't show up in game but they are definitely installed because I see them load on the title screen. How do I fix it because the modding community is great for this game and some mods are really cool. Can anyone help?