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  1. Has anyone gotten Kcalbeloh Parallax scatters to work with KSRSS? KSRSS requires that you delete some of the Parallax stock config files, but from what I can see, Kcalbeloh Parallax relies on those deleted files to not make... every planet's surface an abyss. Short of renaming every relevant file path, is there a patch to resolve this or has someone fixed it? Also, does the pack have volumetric clouds yet? Thanks!
  2. The only thing that worked for me if I remember correctly was deleting the Parallax configs for Ceres.
  3. I am happy to inform that I fixed this problem by simply deleting the lines for the wormholes referring to Jool. Somehow, that fixed everything... despite this planet pack not working on its own (???). I'm guessing one of the many reinstalls fixed KSRSS along the way. Anyway, thank you for accompanying me on this grand journey of the Good, The Bad, and the Bugly.
  4. I'm taking this install out back and shooting it. Thank you for your help though
  5. That's done, planet pack still won't load though. I might just surrender on this one, since there doesn't seem to be an obvious cause. One last log for good measure. I might note that I've got the no volumetrics config added, since I don't have the paid version of EVE Redux. https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/0574v4noi3ywg1n2gu6xz/KSP.log?dl=0&rlkey=ru99soaxka4rfrjf9lzfbud11
  6. This is from my newest run, having added KSRSS to an otherwise-working install. I can isolate again if needed. Seems to be some kind of error with Kopernicus and a star. KSRSS won't work by itself either. It's VERY likely this is an installation issue, I just don't know how I could have screwed that up. I've used the mod for a long time now, and I put the "KSRSS" folder into GameData like always. Did the file path change with the most recent update? The GitLab installation was always... janky for me from the start, but this is the first time it's just straight-up broken. Thank you again! https://www.dropbox.com/s/ko8ml3bk5hox5te/KSP.log?dl=0
  7. Funny. KSRSS isn't working/loading by itself with just the bare minimum dependencies, while the other planet pack does. Both break if installed together... which is funny because I've been playing with those two together for almost a year prior to attempting to update mods. But, oh well. I'll continue tinkering with it.
  8. I can confirm that KSRSS by itself still broke. I'm stumped. I'll keep looking into it. Thank you though!
  9. I've gotten the most recent KSRSS release off of Gitlab (updating for Eros specifically), yet the game refuses to load it. I've used KSRSS for years and have never encountered this issue. Logs are below, and any help would be appreciated! https://www.dropbox.com/s/ko8ml3bk5hox5te/KSP.log?dl=0
  10. Has anyone else experienced MASSIVE framerate lag around Europa in low orbit? High orbit and landed are perfectly fine. I'm running the latest version of the game with all the visual mods. More info can be provided if this isn't a known issue. Also, the same kind of lag happens when timewarping on Pluto's surface. Thanks!
  11. That's a shame. I've already replaced this in my save file, but hopefully someone will adopt the mod and actually maintain it. Thanks for the reply anyway
  12. I'm still encountering this issue, could anyone provide a potential temporary fix since it's been months since the last update? I would fix it myself, but I don't know code
  13. Has anyone been able to get Realplume working with the BO-L5 boosters? They have the nice Waterfall effects when firing, but I miss my big tower o' exhaust with my STS launches! The Photon Corp. boosters have both Waterfall and Realplume, but not the BO-L5s. Any help would be appreciated!
  14. I've encountered a Nullreference error spam in my logs related to this mod's T-400 Truss Connection Mechanism connection ports. It's this repeatedly: NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object ModuleDockingNode.CheckDockContact (ModuleDockingNode m1, ModuleDockingNode m2, System.Single minDist, System.Single minFwdDot, System.Single minRollDot) (at <4b449f2841f84227adfaad3149c8fdba>:0) ModuleDockingNode.FindNodeApproaches () (at <4b449f2841f84227adfaad3149c8fdba>:0) ModuleDockingNode.<SetupFSM>b__142_1 () (at <4b449f2841f84227adfaad3149c8fdba>:0) KerbalFSM.FixedUpdateFSM () (at <4b449f2841f84227adfaad3149c8fdba>:0) ModuleDockingNode.FixedUpdate () (at <4b449f2841f84227adfaad3149c8fdba>:0) UnityEngine.DebugLogHandler:LogException(Exception, Object) ModuleManager.UnityLogHandle.InterceptLogHandler:LogException(Exception, Object) UnityEngine.Debug:CallOverridenDebugHandler(Exception, Object) It stops immediately after I delete said truss connectors from my vessel, and these ports cannot be targeted and refuse to dock even when lined up perfectly, making my space station currently impossible to construct. I can provide complete logs if needed, thanks!
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