Arg. Yes. Those are the ones I meant. Working from memory = getting it wrong, in my case.
Lola is ... quirky. You're going to have to hand it simple problems, and there are certainly bugs still in the code. Wish I were good enough at C++ to fix them, but alas, that may never be.
Using the Rendezvous from Launch seems to be bugged at the braking phase. No matter! Just keep an eye on your orbit, and when it crosses your target either manually correct to your target's orbit, or use one of the other Autopilot MFDs. IMFD can circularize to a target, and then
can close and
can exactly match.
Another neat trick that gets around Lola's fairly narrow launch window (only 16 kilometers wide) is to wait until the best window you have and 1) manually launch to a low orbit, then use Lola as above to match to your target, or 2) just launch straight up about ten kilometers, *then* hand it off to Lola and pray! (Better keep an eye on your instruments -- Lola will still happily put you into a ground intersecting orbit, or even worse right to Nan-space.)