Actually Complete Solar System (ACSS) Release Thread

Gurren Lagann

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So, how did you manage the smaller moons and asteroids when scaling down?( SFS makes objects like with no solid surface if Radius is less
Most irrregular moons aren't really that small, with most sizes being at around 1 km at minimum. When getting to sub-20-cm territory though, collisions are somewhat broken, but its mostly fine.
 

Alphafish99999

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hey really like the mod as i can see it but how do you instale it how do i need to put them in a file

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Create a new folder in Custom Systems, Name it ACSS and copy the Import Settings, Launch pad and Version Text files to inside the folder ACSS. Inside ACSS create 3 folders and name them Texture Data, Height Map Data and Planet Data. Copy the Contents of Height Map from The Example Folder to inside the Height Map Folder of ACSS. Then copy the contents of the Planet and Texture Data from the ACSS zip files to your Planet and Texture Folder. Repeat until done
 

JohnXina

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Welcome to ACSS!

Actually Complete Solar System, or ACSS for short, is a massive solar system expansion pack, featuring 251 new solar system bodies (list in the README.txt file).

ACSS is currently at Version 1.0, so more SSBs will come!

Credits to the packs i used (that i remenber) are also in the README.txt, so please read the file! Also thanks to everyone* whose packs i used!

* - Brian_Felipe, SpaceSimXplore, BANDWITH and Discord users Astrônomo (now Earth and Moon), Quantikos, Dahmond, Flefliker, and StayHigh

A tip for installing the pack:
When installing the pack, do not put everything at once! I, myself, put all of the textures first, then i put the planet data files in groups of 42.

Changelog:

1.0 - Release - New SSBs: 197

Download link (the file is too big for the forums)

1.0.1 - Fix
- Actually added Makemake (thanks Biofatal)
- Added warning to the Readme file

1.0.2 - Fix
- Fixed the shape of Bennu and Ryugu (thanks Discord user Negative)

1.1 - The Kuiper Update
- Fixed the spikyness in the surfaces of Psyche and Ceres
- Added 39 (or 40?) new solar system bodies
- Added rings to Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune
- Correctly scaled Saturn's rings
- Added day-night cycles for Venus, Earth, Mars and Pluto

ACSS 1.2
what is latest versiin and how to install?
 

SFSFreak

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Welcome to ACSS!

Actually Complete Solar System, or ACSS for short, is a massive solar system expansion pack, featuring 251 new solar system bodies (list in the README.txt file).

ACSS is currently at Version 1.0, so more SSBs will come!

Credits to the packs i used (that i remenber) are also in the README.txt, so please read the file! Also thanks to everyone* whose packs i used!

* - Brian_Felipe, SpaceSimXplore, BANDWITH and Discord users Astrônomo (now Earth and Moon), Quantikos, Dahmond, Flefliker, and StayHigh

A tip for installing the pack:
When installing the pack, do not put everything at once! I, myself, put all of the textures first, then i put the planet data files in groups of 42.

Changelog:

1.0 - Release - New SSBs: 197

Download link (the file is too big for the forums)

1.0.1 - Fix
- Actually added Makemake (thanks Biofatal)
- Added warning to the Readme file

1.0.2 - Fix
- Fixed the shape of Bennu and Ryugu (thanks Discord user Negative)

1.1 - The Kuiper Update
- Fixed the spikyness in the surfaces of Psyche and Ceres
- Added 39 (or 40?) new solar system bodies
- Added rings to Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune
- Correctly scaled Saturn's rings
- Added day-night cycles for Venus, Earth, Mars and Pluto

ACSS 1.2
Where is the download link?
 
I'm trying to load this but I'm getting so many error messages about missing textures like Deucalion, Davida, Asteroid 1, as well as some others. It's also missing Curve9 heightmap is missing and I know that's not part of the Planets and Textures but rather the Heightmap Data already in the files but there is no Curve9 file. Also, getting an error of "planet format invalid: DS_Store". I'm pretty sure thats a file/folder that's made on SD cards but there is no file name by that in Planet Data or any other folder. Any insight into these issues would be appreciated.