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Why does this happen with Physics behaviour? Things appear to be floating.
The term is "slop". Box2d uses it to keep things more stable. You can make the collision polygon a bit smaller to avoid it.
Oh thanks, i dont see the point of using Physics if everything ends up like that picture above.
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Whatever you like. You could also reduce it by making everything bigger and zooming out.