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Make your own custom colored suits with Kerbal Space Program 1.10: "Shared Horizons”


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 SUITCOMBO
    {
        displayName = Space Force
        suitType = Future
        gender = Male
        name = SpaceForce
        suitTexture = Squad/Suits/Textures/Space Force
        sprite = Squad/Suits/Icon/Space Force
        primaryColor = #585858
        secondaryColor = #0033ff
     }

SUITCOMBO
    {
        displayName = Iron Man
        suitType = Default
        gender = Male
        name = IronMan
        suitTexture = Squad/Suits/Textures/Iron Man
        sprite = Squad/Suits/Icon/Iron Man
        primaryColor = #88001b
        secondaryColor = #c7a900
     }
}

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{   
    SUITCOMBO
    {
        displayName = Space Force
        suitType = Future
        gender = Male
        name = SpaceForce
        suitTexture = Squad/Suits/Textures/Space Force
        sprite = Squad/Suits/Icon/Space Force
        primaryColor = #585858
        secondaryColor = #0033ff
     }
}


{
SUITCOMBO
    {
        displayName = Iron Man
        suitType = Default
        gender = Male
        name = IronMan
        suitTexture = Squad/Suits/Textures/Iron Man
        sprite = Squad/Suits/Icon/Iron Man
        primaryColor = #88001b
        secondaryColor = #c7a900
     }
}

 

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Yep!

@GuessingEveryDay Heres mine:

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SUITCOMBOS
{   
    SUITCOMBO
    {
        displayName = Black and Grey Suit (M)
        suitType = Vintage
        gender = Male
        name = BlackSuit1
        suitTexture = Squad/Suits/Textures/BlackSuit1
        sprite = Squad/Suits/Icons/blacksuit1
        primaryColor = #343434
        secondaryColor = #929292
     }
 SUITCOMBO
    {
        displayName = Black and Grey Suit (F)
        suitType = Vintage
        gender = Female
        name = BlackSuit1F
        suitTexture = Squad/Suits/Textures/BlackSuit1
        sprite = Squad/Suits/Icons/blacksuit1f
        primaryColor = #343434
        secondaryColor = #929292
     }
}

 

Edited by Henrikkoh
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Has anyone found a way to make the scroll bar in the Astronaut Complex suit picker tool actually scroll?

I made a set of suits for the USI-MKS classes, but only the first (Pilot) shows up in the menu; the rest can be selected but only by clicking the left/right arrows rather than clicking on the two-tone icon like the stock suits and whatever I put first in the suitcombos.cfg file.

 

The preview is really great for grabbing snips to use as icons - I set up a whole 'photoshoot stage' and played around with a background (orange tank, for contrast) and several lighting schemes on the runway at KSC before I realized that the preview was consistently lit with very little variance in background color.

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It took me forever but I did it! The tutorial was good I must have done something wrong with file names because after I renamed some they worked!

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HI guys, sorry for not being active recently as I was busy with school work.

When I have time, I'll make my next suit which I'll call "Desert Camo". Hope you guys look forward to it!

On 7/24/2020 at 9:05 AM, Lewie said:

Is there a thread to share and download suits?

https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/195560-the-spacesuit-exchange-thread/&tab=comments#comment-3827723

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Okay, heres a question guys: do you want me to release the files for my suits now as a "mod"? I have 3 custom suits as of now (1 requires making history) and I plan to make a total of 6 suits.

and also @Just Jim how did you make the icon? is it the same way as I did?

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On 7/6/2020 at 11:26 AM, RandomKerbal said:

May I know how to open a dds file?

I do this:

1: use XnConvert (https://www.xnview.com/en/xnconvert/) to make dds into png (watch settings.. read png and dds are similar but "flipped", dds uses less ram due to not being shadowed)

2: Then edit in paint.net or gimp (or w/e you like to use on png's) 

3:  use XnConvert, again, to make png into dds (watch settings as above)

Easy peasy and 100% free open source

On 8/2/2020 at 7:32 AM, Henrikkoh said:

And also, "Desert Camo" looking good!

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may I request this template file (plz)

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