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2 Kerbals outside rocket?

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I'm wondering how to Get 2 kerbals EVA at the same time, I think i need to set keybinds on the other side of the kerbal controls but i'm not sure.

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Take one Kerbal on EVA and use the [ and ] keys to switch vessels. Switch back to your craft and you can send the other Kerbal out on EVA.

You can only control one kerbal at a time, though.

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20 minutes ago, Stamp20 said:

Take one Kerbal on EVA and use the [ and ] keys to switch vessels. Switch back to your craft and you can send the other Kerbal out on EVA.

You can only control one kerbal at a time, though.

Yep, what Stamp20 said. But also bear in mind you have to move the first kerbal out of the way of the hatch first.

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I dont know what the [and] keys are so please tell me what it is

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15 hours ago, Stamp20 said:

Take one Kerbal on EVA and use the [ and ] keys to switch vessels

Please notice that this works for UK/US keyboards or other with similar layout.

The rest of us will most likely have to remap them ;)

 

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16 hours ago, Getgotyeet said:

Discovory: You can click on a shuttle and press eva, it only works if you left click

...If you click on the hatch, yes

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On 2/25/2020 at 4:59 PM, Curveball Anders said:

Please notice that this works for UK/US keyboards or other with similar layout.

The rest of us will most likely have to remap them ;)

 

The way I understand it, the keys are in the same location physically, just with different labels.

It's [Ü] and [+]  on german keyboards.

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1 hour ago, Atlessa said:

The way I understand it, the keys are in the same location physically, just with different labels.

It's [Ü] and [+]  on german keyboards.

unless you remap them, which is recommended for some layouts (] is mapped on diacritic key "^~ on a swedish one, which requires another key to work ...)

(I don't a proper ü on mine, it's " plus u) ;)

 

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Just now, Curveball Anders said:

diacritic

 

Learned a new word today :D

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