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  2. So Basically You Go To Both Monoliths Simple. Already Did It Myself: Rules: 1.No Glitchs Or Exploits 2.Must Be Apollo Style 3.Mods Are Aloud But You Must Specify Your Mod List
  3. You misunderstood me... That is the one - linuxgurugamers - which is not working... previous update worked fine, but I guess the latest one a week ago is what ended up making the mod crash our games. Keep in mind this may only be the case 'in combination' with the other mods we use. But through long one by one testing getting rid of that mod is what allowed the game to go back to normal.
  4. Give science a try! SCIENCE FOREVAAAAA
  5. -Question of the day How many kerbal does it take to change a lightbulb? As it turns out, you can’t. Also, Not my image but you get the point
  6. I think "normal" is a little subjective with KSP Thinking about, I've never given science mode a try... but I kinda want the opposite of that I think
  7. Ps airplanes include spaceplanes I gotta stop making aero
  8. But mine got destroyed when I accidentally crashed an stock prop into the vab! and yes I am running 1.8
  9. So now, the Kerbal Health button has disappeared in the game. It's still there in settings and in the VAB parts still have Kerbal Health data. I uninstalled and reinstalled Kerbal Health but no change.
  10. 1. I complain that any game is $60, it is simply not a price I'm willing to pay. 2. $30 for KSP 1 does not include the DLC. It's hard to justify paying full price for a product that's 5 years old and so frequently on sale. 3. You offer absolutely no reasoning or evidence for your argument. When something can be bought for $15 or less and is only $30 at full price it is very strange to conclude $60 is a bargain. Sorry kids, you're welcome to disagree with my opinion and think less of me for it but if all you have is "I really like this game" then you're not justifying its price in any way, let alone its unknown sequel, you're just playing fanboi. You might as well promise "less bugs" (sic) as Doodling Astronaut does despite no specific evidence whatsoever and the general history of game launches over the past several years. Now, do you have any grown-up reasons why someone new to KSP should pay more than they need to for KSP 1 or wait and pay twice as much again for an unknown? I reiterate - I expect KSP 2 to be good and look forward to it, however, $60 is not a price I'm willing to pay for any computer game and never have (for any of the 249 games I own). There is no reason to expect KSP 2 to be bug-free at launch, it's never happened to any other software. If the product is fixed and supported properly - and the "AAA" tag and price makes less likely, given the current state of the games industry - it will be a lot better in a couple of years, by which time it can also be expected to be available on sale. In a nutshell, the only "incredibly silly" thing is paying double-price at launch for an unknown product from an unknown company. Buy KSP 1 on sale, then wait and see.
  11. Yup Nah...jumped... Nah... Last valid 7...seriously guys...make a slight interval of around 1 minute between each other's post... 8 (+)
  12. thanks. I will work on a fix. (I did not intend to modify anyone else's scale)
  13. Hey, could you make a flag for "Untied Kerbal Republic" which is situated on Solitude (After Kerbin planet pack)
  14. He's talking about music, Cities in Flight by Test Shot Starfish.
  15. Alfred Kerman was an astronomer in the R&D senter. During a trivial inspection of the Duna's surface through the pictures taken from the sattelites, he found something very weird about one of the northern sectors: Although under visible light there was nothing interesting to see there, the background radiation in the area was a lot more intense than any other area on the planet. As well as that, the sensors picked up a strange signal coming at high frequencies from the sector. Excited to share the news of a new discovery, Alfred rushed back home to prepare his report for the next day. But as the sun rose, he didn't turn up... Five days later, his body was found in his apartment. All the files were taken, as well as all the footage from the sattelites. The only two leads that were found in the apartment of the cause of Alfred's death, was a cup of tea with high concentration of Arsenic, as well as high concentrations of it in Alfred's blood. The second clue was the "Ω" symbol engraved on his arm with a knife. Kimbly Kerman- eaten alive
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  17. Hi! I have a (maybe) silly question lol. I'm trying to make the Shuttle Orbiter construction kit RO compatible. Because it's pretty darn close to the real thing and compatible with 1.7.3. Anyway, the wings in this mod don't support symmetry and rely on b9 part switch to change the orientation between left and right side wings and control surfaces. My question is: Would this screw with how FAR treats wings and control surfaces?
  18. Hey everyone, just a quick heads up. I'm going to be doing some maintenance on the thread over the weekend. I'm adding a link to the end of each chapter to jump straight to the next chapter. I planned on doing this a while back, but just haven't had the time. Anyway, if you see a little weirdness on the thread this weekend, it's prolly just me.
  19. does anybody know of any real plume configs for the delta pack?
  20. The video coverage is handled by a State-run media house "Doordarshan", not ISRO so yeah, the broadcasters dont know jack all about what to broadcast and what not to. ISRO doesnt get a lot of control over that. Fun story: When the Chinese Premier Xi Jinping visited India, a "Doordarshan" commentator called him 'Eleven Xinping.' Because, well, 'Xi' is eleven in roman numerals Also, do you know what "Doordarshan" means, literaly? It means 'Television', thats it.... Its like no one in India knows how to name things beyond the obvious...
  21. Hmm. KIS now updated for 1.8.1. Same issue still. Still can't put any tools, etc into containers......still just me?
  22. In his first ever flight, Jeb has done himself out of a job. I've installed 1.8 and started a new career, a visit to the runway and launchpad generated enough science to get the thermometer, so the first actual flight was straight up to about 80km, netting enough science to unlock the KOS module. Over the course of my 1.6 and 1.7 games I've not even set foot on Duna, but have developed KOS scripts capable of running complete missions from precision landing on a munbase's docking port, to deploying a satellite network from a resonant orbit around Duna, but my scripts have evolved and are a bit of a mess. So the plan for this career is a complete overhaul of my scripts, with missions built from a list of parameters rather than individual mission scripts. This may take some time, but one thing is certain, I don't need pilots except for early flight tests.
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