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Docking Bug 0.23

So, while making a space station, I decided that I want to rearrange a module so another would fit better in the allotted space (no pun intended). I try and do so by right-clicking on one of the ports and click "Undock." This, however, didn't seem to do anything. There was no visual separation between the module I want to detach and the rest of the station. Knowing the risks, I decided to rotate it and low and behold, both the module and the station rotate. In this event, I conclude that the lack of visual separation is true and there is no separation. I right click on the both ports (not at the same time via alt-clicking) but neither of them that the option to undock almost as if they are permanently welded together. Keep in mind this module was docked after the main core was in place. I was wondering if this was a bug or if I'm doing something wrong. I have KerbalMultiplayer and DockingPort Alignment Indicator installed and working but I saw on the forums that another person was having the same problem but without either of these mods which brought me to the conclusion that this is Kerbal Space Program's problem. Also, if someone else has experienced this problem, could they let me know. I would greatly appreciate it. :) In the mean time. I will continue to explore this apparent bug. — Preceding unsigned comment added by J5G10 (talkcontribs) 01:46, 3 February 2014‎ (UTC)

Hello J5G10. I guess too it is a problem with KSP but it has been also present prior to version 0.23. One could be to separate the station at another location, trying to separate the wanted part and reconnecting the first two segments. But actually you should either open a bug report if there is none or go to the forum and try to get help to separate it with other tricks. This wiki usually isn't there to answer questions about the game in the talk pages (though the articles itself should help to answer questions but those weren't asked anywhere here). You most likely get faster help in the forum. — xZise [talk] 05:16, 3 February 2014 (CST)
I appreciate the swift response and will do as you suggest. Thank you! — Preceding unsigned comment added by J5G10 (talkcontribs) 07:00, 3 February 2014‎ (EST)
Hi J5G10. You can sign it by using --~~~~ ;) — xZise [talk] 03:42, 4 February 2014 (CST)