The craft dosn't tilt when only the tanks in one side are empty

Bug Implemented Found in 0.6.8.1 Fixed in 0.7.1.1
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    7,749 pedro16797

    @AndrewGarrison no problem :)

    4 days ago
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    @pedro16797 I believe so. Hopefully, this doesn't uncover any other, more terrible bugs. Thanks for tagging me on these posts.

    4 days ago
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    7,749 pedro16797

    @AndrewGarrison is this fixed in 0.7.1?

    4 days ago
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    7,749 pedro16797

    @AndrewGarrison I think it's already suggested, I have to search for it. Something like the KSP fuel pipes that force the fuel from one tank to the other.
    If I had to make it I think a way to approach it is making the fuel adapter consume fuel like an engine (being able to change the fuel flow speed), consumes fuel from the tanks it's able to reach from one attachment node and generates the same amount of fuel in the other end if there's space in the other end

    one month ago
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    @pedro16797 We are planning to rework a lot of the fuel code in the next update. If you make a suggestion and describe exactly what you're wanting, I'll try to keep it in mind.

    +2 one month ago
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    7,749 pedro16797

    @AndrewGarrison can you automate in any way fuel transfer? Like when docking with a launch tower the fuel in the launch tower goes from the tanks to the other side of the fuel adapter with an option in editor called Force flow or something like that

    one month ago
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    1,913 KraZIvan

    I've experienced a similar situation with certain builds that have engines far away from the CG, on builds other than tall rockets (such as horizontal spacecraft or aircraft with rocket engines) the actual CG seems to differ from the "red cg" indicator shown during construction of the craft

    2 months ago

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