garwel Posted July 14, 2020 Author Share Posted July 14, 2020 4 hours ago, Daniel Prates said: @garwel would it be possible to have a message appear on-screen when a kerbal gets an illness? Similar to what happens in 'DangIt'. There, when a part fail, time compression will come to a halt and a message will appear on-screen ("a photovoltaic panel has failed etc.") In Kerbal Health compression will stop, but you have to go inside the mod info screen to assess if someone has fallen sick. Its a bit awkward to deal with, specially so if you are monitoring a long trip, because time compression can halt for many other reasons. I had the idea to ask you this when doing a long-term station presence. I wanted my little guys to stay there for an year. So i time compressed. Then TC stops, I check KH monitor, and ... nothing. TC halted for another unknown reason. Then again. Then again. Then again and again and again. In the 10th time or so, time compress stopped and I was ready to ignore it... out of intuition I checked the KH monitor and, voilá, a kerbal had SEPSIS. So you see, it is bad to rely solely on TC stopping to know that a disease happened. A warning would be much appreciated. Actually, you should be getting messages every time a kerbal changes their health condition. It may not happen for the kerbals in KSC (check your settings for that). If you are sure you aren't receiving such messages, it is most likely a bug. I will appreciate your log file with Debug Mode enabled in the mod settings. 4 hours ago, Daniel Prates said: Another question. In DangIt you will only have fails when you are watching a loaded vessel, one of those things that happen because of how KSP works. Failures do not happen in craft being run in the background. Is it the same with KH? I will only get sick kerbals if I am following the loaded craft before my eyes? Kerbal Health applies health conditions and events regardless of whether the kerbal is loaded or not. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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