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White connections caused by combinations of other mods #2

KSP-TaxiService opened this issue Mar 19, 2017 · 3 comments


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commented Mar 19, 2017

Context: Issue #1 masked a larger problem caused by the same mod combination.

Mods (KSP 64-bit):

  • ModuleManager 2.7.5
  • ModularFlightItegrator
  • PersistentDynamicPodNames
  • CommNetConstellation 0.4

Reproduction steps:

  1. Install the above mods in KSP
  2. Launch and enter a play session
  3. Go to Tracking Station from KSC scene
  4. See all connections are white (look like white lines are on the colored lines)

Output log: output_log.txt

I file this issue for a near future point or another developer. This visual bug depends on both PersistentDynamicPodNames and ModularFlightItegrator to appear. The removal of either mod will make the bug disappear. I can't find anything obvious in CNC, MFI or PDPN mod that would cause this bug.


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commented Apr 9, 2017

Not seeing the same issue here, all lines are correctly coloured, even in an install with 100+ mods
Mods (KSP Windows x64):

  • Module Manager 2.7.5
  • Modular Flight Integrator
  • Persistent Dynamic Pod Names
  • CommNet Constellation 1.0



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commented Apr 10, 2017

Hmmm, it seems this bug is not always reproducible across all players.

Thanks for letting me know!


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commented Oct 4, 2017

I solved this bug for me by uninstalling TooManyOrbits

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