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Halsfury

1.1 Re-launch simulator on Mac

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Hi, I have a problem which seemed simple when it failed every time but I got KSP 1.1 to work once and I launched a rocket

The first issue was that the game would get frozen consistently loading the space centre scene so I couldn't play at all, although I managed to load a scenario and it was fine.

I reinstalled, this time using the .dmg installer and managed to launch a rocket, but things were gravely wrong. Whenever I moused over a part, it would disappear at random but was most consistent in relation to fairings, sometimes the whole payload would disappear if I moused over the fairing part, along with the fearing part itself. The game failed to load the next rocket after I reverted to launch however.

 

I don't know what errors are causing this but playing is pretty impossible considering how painful it is to build something when you can't see what you're working on.

 

I suppose since I opted to send anonymous data to squad they can discern what failed but I don't have the log at present here are my specs however

Macbook Pro Retina 2012

2.6 Ghz Intel Core i7

Memory: 8 GB at 1600 MHz DDR3

Intel HD graphics 4000 1536 MB

 

If anyone could provide assistance it would be much appreciated

Thanks

Halsfury

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