the LCC, pad and all has their own code to launch the Shuttle. Even is needed to be at the KSC or Vanderberg, I tried to place SLC-6 at Kourou in French Guyana, it didn't workAfter tweaking the SSV to fit accurately on the LC39 pad by hutchinson / DaveS, I finally discovered that the SSV won't launch The LCC won't connect to it, and won't be able to issue the automated launch commands.
I'll be in the bathub crying in fetal position
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the LCC, pad and all has their own code to launch the Shuttle. Even is needed to be at the KSC or Vanderberg, I tried to place SLC-6 at Kourou in French Guyana, it didn't work
Currently it will feature new OMS/RCS (plus the OMS Kit), and tied to that probably some more features in orbit attitude control.Incredible work GLS as always !
Can you tell us what's swtiches v2.0 ? A new to interact with the cockpit ?
Eventually, but not in the near future...Question: Could be SPEC105 TCS CONTROL be implemented for post-landing SSME REPO and VENT DOOR PURGE POSITIONING procedures? That is part of GNC9. Feels a bit empty leaving the speedbrake open and the SSMEs in their entry positions.
Very likely, but I haven't had the time to check as I'm neck-deep in ADI rotation matrices (and not having much luck ).Classic dot vs. comma decimal separator issue?
French (as german as well) uses comma as decimal separator, not a dot. This might be the issue.
From experiance: Try to avoid (or set to "C-Standard" or something like this) locales when exporting or importing from files.
First, get Shuttle FDO MFD by @indy91: https://www.orbiter-forum.com/threads/shuttle-fdo-mfd.36912/Is there a tutorial for orbital rendezvous with SSV ?
Looking at this, if I input "1,2" instead of "1.2" (like I usually do), I get 12 (which is wrong) and no exception. That exception only shows up if I type 2 decimal points, e.g., "1.2.3".