Overload is a stock feature of the game hidden inside the tinker panel since the 0.9.903 update.
This mod allows the editing of a part's raw XML attributes from the designer, instead of editing the craft's XML save file in the game's files. To get started, enable the mod and then select a part and open the part properties window, and there should be an extra "Edit XML" button at the top of the part properties window.
For some more information on how some of the properties you can edit work, you can look here. The descriptions are not complete, so if anyone would like to help out by filling in info, that would be welcomed, but make sure to read on the page how to add descriptions, rather than editing the generated files directly.
Help on mod installation: Here
For those who have the mod already installed, please redownload this new version that should work with newer versions of SR2. Source code for those who want to read it is here.
- Mod Version: 0.21
- Required SR2 Version: 0.9.403.0
- Published: 7/1/2019
- Downloads: 9655
Now we doesn't need it
@AllAmericanB17 they declared it would be in the base game there will be no need for it
Will there ever be a mobile overload?
is it compatible with the current version?
the photos look a little old
I’m one of the victims of Apple’s modding restrictions policies, It was a dumb move choosing Apple and expecting the best from them... I can’t mod and that’s the price I have to pay.
@WNP78 can you make xml built into mobile like in simpleplanes it would greatly help I mean it should be easy (I have no knowledge so feel free to prove me wrong)
@FelixFan1 do you have xml I need help
A moment of silence for your phone then... 😔
@FelixFan1 considering I’m playing on an iPhone…
@FelixFan1 eh Itsokay
I can’t get it on my MacBook Air, I wish Apple wasn’t such a pathetic company.
Some projects I can’t complete because of no xml on mobile
@FelixFan1 the mobile experience would be way better
I totally agree.
Hey can you make this avalible on mobile like in SimplePlanes?
That’s why I hate those companies lol.
No. Google and Apple prohibits it. @Andrabayu
Support for mobile?
Guess I'll keep banging my head against the wall. Hurts after awhile though. LOL
@brianc31525 I am not aware.
But nobody makes anything straightforward and simply easy anymore.
I am in a similar situation to yours.