You can double click on any planet to bring it into focus, though sometimes you will accidentally switch to a ship or flag on the surface of that planet. Probably easier is to use TAB to go through everything. You can also use shift-tab but watch out. Shift is throttle up!
How do I change controls in KSP?
Start by going into the game settings (first menu when you start KSP) and under the “ Input ” screen, on the “ Flight ” tab look for a setting called “ Switch Translation/Rotation ”. You should remap that key to something innocent, like the ‘ F ‘ key.
How do you find coordinates in KSP?
Just hit Alt+F12 and click on “Show Flight Debug Stats” and in the top right corner, you should see your current coordinates!
How do I find my latitude and longitude in KSP?
- Click and drag to pan the map.
- Use the and buttons in the top-left corner of the map to zoom in and out.
- Single click on the map to get the latitude and longitude at that point.
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 drive a KSP in Rover?
To allow the vehicle to drive straight, the wheels must be mounted parallel to each other in the VAB which can be achieved by setting the symmetry mode to “mirror” by pressing R , or building it in the SPH. While the rover is being driven, the wheels are smart enough to steer in directions matching the control inputs.
What is advanced Tweakables in KSP?
Advanced Tweakables Button adds a button to the KSP Application launcher that allows you to toggle the Advanced Tweakables option in KSP 1.2+ without going to the settings dialog.
How do I hide HUD in KSP?
This plugin allows you to take screenshots within KSP at a higher resolution than your current screen resolution, using a technique called ‘supersampling’. Press ‘z’ to take a screenshot and ‘p’ to hide the UI.
What are the longitudes?
Longitude is the measurement east or west of the prime meridian. Longitude is measured by imaginary lines that run around the Earth vertically (up and down) and meet at the North and South Poles. These lines are known as meridians. Each meridian measures one arcdegree of longitude.