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[1.5.1+] TAC Atomic Clock Irradiated

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Old but useful mod resurrected.  Written by @TaranisElsu, original thread here:  http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/35952-102-tac-atomic-clock-v141-24may/

The new version for KSP 1.4.1 has new dependencies

New Dependencies

CKAN has been updated to install the dependencies, if needed

Know what time it is on Kerbin and some distant planet called Earth. Time guaranteed to be accurate to the microsecond (warranty void if exposed to moderate G-forces or vibration).

Features

 

  • Displays Universal Time - the time in Earth seconds since the game began.
  • Displays Earth Time - elapsed time in Earth years:months:days hours:minutes:seconds since the game began.
  • Displays Kerbin Time - elapsed time in Kerbin years:months:days hours:minutes:seconds since the game began.
  • Displays Kerbin Mission Time - mission elapsed time (MET) in Kerbin years:months:days hours:minutes:seconds.
  • Displays Real Time - current clock time from your computer.
  • Clock which you can put on your vessel
  • Callable from toolbar as well

Pictures

 

AtomicClock.png

Download

Source code: https://github.com/linuxgurugamer/TacAtomicClock

SpaceDock: https://spacedock.info/mod/1483/TAC Atomic Clock Irradiated

License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

 

 

Edited by linuxgurugamer

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7 hours ago, linuxgurugamer said:

Know what time it is on Kerbin and some distant planet called Earth. Time guaranteed to be accurate to the microsecond (warranty void if exposed to moderate G-forces or vibration).

That is a relativit-ly modest warranty for a clock... I'll see myself out.

Thanks for bring this back!

Peace.

 

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seems to be a bug in the CKAN dependencies, it insists that I must have TAC-LS for this, but ... do I?

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Hm, I think with the new way that Kerbin time is calculated, the default time values are wrong (and changing them is non persistent through reloads/scene changes).. should be 60 sec per min, 60 min per hour, and 6 hours per day.  changing it thusly makes it match up with the in-game clocks at the KSC scene and seems to be congruent with reality.  I'd advise making these values the defaults (I'm going to edit my files and do this myself for now).

Also, can confirm this mod does NOT need TAC-LS to function.

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Follow-up: the time settings.. I'm not sure where it stores these.  Are they hardcoded into the DLL?  It doesn't seem to write a settings file anywhere...?

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On 8/11/2017 at 2:16 AM, ss8913 said:

Hm, I think with the new way that Kerbin time is calculated, the default time values are wrong (and changing them is non persistent through reloads/scene changes).. should be 60 sec per min, 60 min per hour, and 6 hours per day.  changing it thusly makes it match up with the in-game clocks at the KSC scene and seems to be congruent with reality.  I'd advise making these values the defaults (I'm going to edit my files and do this myself for now).

Also, can confirm this mod does NOT need TAC-LS to function.

 

On 8/11/2017 at 11:15 PM, ss8913 said:

Follow-up: the time settings.. I'm not sure where it stores these.  Are they hardcoded into the DLL?  It doesn't seem to write a settings file anywhere...?

Thanks about the TacLS, I've removed the dependency from CKAN

Regarding the values, it pulls the values from the game directly, look at the file Settings.cs for details.

New release, 1.5.1

  • Updated for KSP 1.3.1

 

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New release, 1.5.3

  • Added missing bulkheadProfiles to part

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