Again, I have a problem that must be trivial to fix, but I was not able to do so on my own...
I have an upright (limited angular factor) rigid body that can be moved around. I have a camera which is moved by around by following this body. However, sometimes, the rigid body is not able to stand still, it does a very minimal bounce along the Y axis, as it would try to penetrate the ground. And since the camera follows this body, it shakes vertically as well because of this...
The shape of the rigid body doesn't seems to matter, I've tried all the diferent shapes, and this happened with all of them. Neither it seems to depend on the situation: sometimes it's absolutely fine after falling or when on a slope, and sometimes it shakes when it has been moved minimally on a completely flat, even surface.
When I enable deactivation, it stands still (of course), but then after it fallen asleep, I'm not able to move it any more (of course). I'm sure it can be stopped somehow since it happens randomly, sometimes it's resting absolutely fine.
Any ideas about this? Thanks in advance.