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I have a RigidBody node I’d like to simulate translational movements only. So I’ve locked the rotational degrees of freedom using 3 appropriate check boxes. The problem is it seems I can’t change orientation anyhow without freezing the node movement. For example, I’d like to change the body orientation in the following way.
var t: Transform = self.transform
t.basis = _q # "_q" is computed in other place
self.transform = t
The body freezes in space. I.e. it rotates the way I rotate it but all physics gets disabled.
And it doesn’t matter if I change transform at all. Even a simple
self.transform = self.transform
Freezes the body movements. It just stays in place as if it was a static body.
Is there any way to change rigid body orientation and keep physics simulation running? I find it a little bit confusing that assigning a transform even its own value stops the simulation.
Further testing showed that the assignment disables simulation for this exact frame. For example, if “self.transform = self.transform” is called once, only one frame is not simulated. But if it is called inside _process(delta), (i.e. for every frame), the body movement stops completely.