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  1. I'm playing 1.2 on mac. I have a basic rocket: four FL T100 tanks in line one above the other, but the fuel drains simultaneously on each tank, making my rocket unstable and spinning upside down uncontrollably. Is there any option to manage/change the fuel consumption? In my previous games there was no such problem, or at least I haven't noticed it as I didn't suffer this much instability of the rocket. Sorry if this issue has been discussed before but I am a new user of this website. Thanks in advance! Alex
  2. This may already be a topic, but after a quick search I couldn't find anything related. Is anyone else having a problem with extreme instability with docked space-stations and bases? Much more so than any previous version? I currently have a space station around Duna and am trying to piece together bases on Ike and Duna. I first really started seeing this issue with the Space station. If I try to use SAS to hold the station in a specific position, the base would soon start to oscillate back and forth until it eventually ripped itself apart. I tried to disable most of the SAS modules on the various remote guidance units I had on each station piece, but it still seems to wobble out of control. I then built a base on Ike. Put down a ISU converter piece and a driller piece and docked them with a few fuel pipes and a main communication battery. It seemed stable at first, but when I returned to the base after a few days, the station wobbled completely out of control and ripped itself apart in about 3 seconds. I was able to "fast-forward" and resume over and over to keep the station long enough for me to disable all the drills, retract them and undock the drill unit from the rest of the station, but it was a really frustrating process. Is anyone else having problems with really unstable docked stations? Any way of avoiding/getting around this? Thanks!