Nigel J. Cardozo

[1.4.X - 1.7.X] All Tweak!!! - v0.7:(Project Moon) (August 3rd 2019)

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This mod is a Module Manager config which allows you to tweak the size of every stock part and moded part. 

Requires: Module Manager and Tweakscale

 

Download:

CKAN: Supported

 Spacedock

Suggestions and Feedback are appreciated.

Enjoy!!!

Changelog

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0.7(Project:Moon): Added KSP 1.7.3 Support

0.6: Added KSP 1.7.1 support

0.5: All Tweak only supports KSP 1.4.x - 1.7.x from this update.      Please use All Tweak Version 0.1 for KSP 1.0.x - 1.3.x

0.4: Updated for KSP 1.7 and added ksp avc support (sort of!)

0.3: Temporarily updated for KSP 1.7

0.2: Changed type=free into type=stack 

0.1: Initial release

License: MIT

Credit goes to :@Lisias too for giving me some inspiration and help!! This would not be possible without him!! Thanks a lot Lisias!!

Note: All Tweak works fine with the new Breaking Ground DLC (Robotics).

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I looked at the MM patch. The "type = free" will break proper TweakScale implementation on most parts. Sorry to tell you, but I would not recommend anyone to use this.

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1 hour ago, leatherneck6017 said:

I looked at the MM patch. The "type = free" will break proper TweakScale implementation on most parts. Sorry to tell you, but I would not recommend anyone to use this.

 

How do you correct it then?

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1 hour ago, Nigel Cardozo said:

How do you correct it then?

A config that would cover ALL parts would be hundreds, if not thousands of patches. Most part mods that want to enable TweakScale functionality already include MM patches with their releases. Keep in mind there are different "types" of TS modules for a reason. For example, engine resizing must utilize specific formulas to scale thrust and fuel consumption. Using type=free on an engine would produce unrealistic and possibly unusable results.

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does it tweak airplane plus?

 

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HI. 

In the next minor release (hopefully) TweakScale default patches are planned to have the :FOR clausule, what will allow you to use :AFTER and :BEFORE on yours. This way you can safely redefine the patches as you want.

Deleting the default patches to ensure that yours is "The One" is also an option (your game, your rules - just remember what you did while reporting issues!). You will need to do the same with every Add'On that provides its own Tweakscale patches (as most of them relies on the default ones), but without support for :AFTER and :BEFORE this would be probably the safest approach for now. :)

However, I don't test TweakScale without the default patches - this is kind of uncharted waters. Feel free to play with the idea - but keep in mind that savegames and crafts may be not interchangeable with default TweakScale installments (I never tested this, and there are small differences on how different versions of KSP handle the prefab - it's really uncharted waters).

TweakScale will continue to withdraw support for problematic parts normally (it does it even for default patches), so your patches will be as safe as they are now. :)

Keep an eye on KSP.log before reporting problems. if you find a message from TweakScale about the part you have problems, there's a good chance that I should be involved too.

 

Edited by Lisias
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1 hour ago, Lisias said:

HI. 

In the next minor release (hopefully) TweakScale default patches are planned to have the :FOR clausule, what will allow you to use :AFTER and :BEFORE on yours. This way you can safely redefine the patches as you want.

Deleting the default patches to ensure that yours is "The One" is also an option (your game, your rules - just remember what you did while reporting issues!). You will need to do the same with every Add'On that provides its own Tweakscale patches (as most of them relies on the default ones), but without support for :AFTER and :BEFORE this would be probably the safest approach for now. :)

However, I don't test TweakScale without the default patches - this is kind of uncharted waters. Feel free to play with the idea - but keep in mind that savegames and crafts may be not interchangeable with default TweakScale installments (I never tested this, and there are small differences on how different versions of KSP handle the prefab - it's really uncharted waters).

TweakScale will continue to withdraw support for problematic parts normally (it does it even for default patches), so your patches will be as safe as they are now. :)

Keep an eye on KSP.log before reporting problems. if you find a message from TweakScale about the part you have problems, there's a good chance that I should be involved too.

 

Thanks @Lisias for the tip. I will remember that.

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On 3/23/2019 at 6:22 AM, Nigel Cardozo said:

My first mod with no bugs? 

Easy. Give them some time. They will come. :D 

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when using all tweak mod try resize stock fairing then is broken

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On 5/4/2019 at 6:11 AM, Wirelex said:

when using all tweak mod try resize stock fairing then is broken

Please tell me which mods you use and also a screenshot. A log may also do. Sorry for the late reply. Which KSP version do you use

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22 hours ago, Nigel Cardozo said:

Please tell me which mods you use and also a screenshot. A log may also do. Sorry for the late reply. Which KSP version do you use

1.2.2 modded resize custom-build fairing resizing already build fairing but when try rebuild fairing then offset fairing way too much some time when resize 1.25 standard size fairing just fine 

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I need your log file. I Guess it is happening to me in my 1.2.2 RO save too. So now all tweak will be for KSP 1.4.x - 1.7.x only  . I will publish an update in about 2-3 hours from now.

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Posted (edited)

@Lisias can you please maintain All Tweak till the 1st of August? This is just because I have some important stuff and I will not be able to maintain All Tweak.

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2 hours ago, Nigel J. Cardozo said:

@Lisias can you please maintain All Tweak till the 1st of August? This is just because I have some important stuff and I will not be able to maintain All Tweak.

Yep, that I can do!

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On 5/7/2019 at 5:49 AM, Wirelex said:

1.2.2 modded resize custom-build fairing resizing already build fairing but when try rebuild fairing then offset fairing way too much some time when resize 1.25 standard size fairing just fine 

I would like to see that KSP.log of yours. It's more for curiosity than anything else, but with a bit of luck, I can learn something to be applied to TweakScale. I'm facing some patching problems, and I think this can be of use!

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4 minutes ago, Nigel J. Cardozo said:

@Lisias I guess we should make this mod a joint project

Believe it or not, it would be counter productive! :)

the debugging potential for both cases are better with you tweaking TweakScale without caring or knowing about TS intrinsics and with me not taking design decisions for AllTweak. It's kind of a black box testing, when the thing is put to use in a uncontrolled environment, where people can do unbiased testing decisions.

I would ending up filtering good ideas due my knowledge of how TweakScale works - that "for whom have a hammer, every screw is a nail" thing. :P

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13 minutes ago, Lisias said:

Believe it or not, it would be counter productive! :)

the debugging potential for both cases are better with you tweaking TweakScale without caring or knowing about TS intrinsics and with me not taking design decisions for AllTweak. It's kind of a black box testing, when the thing is put to use in a uncontrolled environment, where people can do unbiased testing decisions.

I would ending up filtering good ideas due my knowledge of how TweakScale works - that "for whom have a hammer, every screw is a nail" thing. :P

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