The throttle can be controlled with the ⇧ Left Shift and ^ Left Ctrl keys, which will respectively increase and decrease the throttle. When in Intra-Vehicular Activity view, the throttle lever in the cockpit can also be used by clicking and dragging it with the mouse.
How do I change controls in KSP?
Currently the only way to adjust the controls (or even view them) is to exit to the main menu. This makes for slow feedback particularly when configuring the dead zone and sensitivity of the joystick which takes some back and forth to get right.
How do you change speed in KSP?
By default, the time warp can be increased and decreased with the . and , keys, respectively, and can be changed to physical time warp by holding the Mod key and pressing , . Upon changing the warp factor, the multiplication of normal time (in seconds) is shown in the top-center of the screen.
How do I control my rocket in KSP?
From here you want to go to the back of your rocket using the following controls. W=forward S=backwards A=Left D=Right Shift=Up LeftCtrl=Down. When you get to the back push forward on the ship with the Kerbal, this will slow the ship down lowering your periapsis.
How do you control a pitch in KSP?
In a conventional airplane design, only the horizontal elevators in the tail will control pitch, so toggle off the roll and yaw in their right click menu. And the vertical rudder should control yaw, so switch off roll and pitch for that.
How do I recover a vessel in KSP?
Hold down the right mouse button, and move the mouse until you see the spacecraft in the distance (see Figure 1-15). Click it, and click Recover Vessel.
How do you Keybind in KSP?
- Windows: ⎇ Alt (e. g. ⎇ Alt + L )
- Mac OS: ⌥ Option (e. g. ⌥ Opt + L )
- Linux: KSP 1.1+: Right-Shift (e. g. Right-Shift + L ) Don’t confuse this with Left-Shift , which will fire your engines! KSP 1.0.
How do you focus on a ship in KSP?
You can use the backspace key to focus on your current ship. This should reset the zoom level as well as the position. As of May the 4th (the time of my checking and verifying), the key used to focus the active vessel is the back quote: ` . They changed it to ` (also the ~ key).