Here's the situation: I have a station full of Kerbals who have gone insane in space due to homesickness, and now believe they are tourists. The station has a medbay (the MKS Tundra Medbay highlighted in green), and colony supplies for it. I have sent out a team of medics, scientists and engineers to help the locals, and to construct more habitat modules.
Now, I have a scientist, and a medic for good measure, in the medbay with one of the unhappy tourists. The medbay is active, and showing a 40% load. Is this working? Is that load % the "it's working" indicator? How long will it take to cure a Kerbal of tourism? What about 20 Kerbals? I've timewarped ahead a few days, but there is no sign of change in her condition.
The usual troubleshooting:
- I emptied the medbay before transferring staff in, and then transferred the first tourist in afterwards
- The station does not lose power when passing through the Mun's shadow
- There is a surplus of regular supplies and colony supplies
- I've loaded and unloaded the vessel
Mods as requested:
- The USI suite of mods, for resources and industries, life support, bases and stations, and asteroids that are not empty ping pong balls.
- Tweakscale, to lift large loads without ridiculously high parts counts.
- Mechjeb, to automate those big repetitive launches and rendezvous procedures.
- kRPC, to finally automate the above for reals, and to bring the power of Python to bear on space math.
- Not a mod: Jupyter. I would not have been able to keep track of everything going on here without a notebook. The advantage of this one, is that it can host copy-pasted documentation, and it can run code that can control the current vessel. Nice to have those two interleaved with each other.
- Extraplanetary Launchpads; this station's primary purpose is to host builds (staff and materials) that are too big to launch from Kerbin.
And a bunch of other general utility mods that aren't relevant to this station. Alarm clock, TAC fuel balancer, persistent rotation, Scansat, Infernal Robots (not used).