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Hello everyone,

I'm having some issues while playing ksp, when my ship (stock or costum) is in orbit arroud any planet or the sun my screen gets black. I can still control the vessel and the navball and other instruments are still functional, however I can't see my ship nor the planets, sun, etc. I've recently noticed that when I engage the vessel engine or RCS thruster, the gameplay gets normal again. Does anyone has faced this problem before?

 

I took some pictures of the problem, maybe it will help.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/z5v0vbmz02s73qe/In orbit 2.jpg?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fgiy9eft3904kia/In orbit.jpg?dl=0

Edited by paulo9688

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No, that's weird.

Also, you don't have to take pictures with your phone. F1 should take a screenshot.

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I Just had the same/similar issue.  Seems to be related to engines being active.

 

Brand new install about 18 hours ago, previous directory deleted completely.  Opened KSP, created sandbox, threw together minimalist vessel, and got this:

Album a/cSrAF will appear when post is submitted

EDIT UPDATE:  Correction, it seems to be related to G-Forces, as there's a delay between  engine shut off and blackout.  It seems to actually occur when G-force hits zero after exiting KSC biome.

 

Edited by TheAnswerIsIsaacNewton
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Mapview works fine, but staging view while not under acceleration is just black.  Switching back and forth doesn't change it.  It's annoying for launches, but anything already in orbit is unviewable (so menus are pretty much clink-and-hope), and docking is flat-out not possible.

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