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    Bridge engineering game fix for HTML5?

    Hello,
    I just purchased the Bridge engineering open source from ClickStore and am trying to get it to work with HTML5 exporter. I think that this engine would be great for my students to create bridge simulations and would like to add it to an existing online activity that I already have, but in order to do that I need to build it in HTML5.
    The program builds fine, but when I launch the train, it just jams up at the start and creates a very comical pile-up before even getting to the bridge! I tried changing the order of physics objects in the frame, but with no success. Is there anyone else who has this code and who is having similar problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated

    Tom

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    @Patrice was this one of your examples?

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    Hello,
    Yes, I just saw that. the HTML5 compiler modified the torque values.
    In lines 25 and 26 change the values ​​of the -200 and 200 by -10 and 10.
    Tell me if it works please.

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