SmokeGlider

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  1. As I read the release notes for patch 201, many of the rover defects were supposed to have been resolved. They're not. They actually are worse for me now than before. Bug report below: Summary: 201 – Windows 10 Store – Vehicle dynamics hosed up when towing Description: The medium rover likes to wheelie over backward on itself when towing another chassis. Doesn’t seem to matter if the chassis is bare, or is equipped with a medium or large storage. Rover has a single seat installed with a medium solar panel. Platform: Windows 10 Store Version / Build Numb
  2. Description The rover and the truck both float into the air when I walk away from them. The Truck actually got embedded into terrain (cave roof) and I had to excavate it to free it. Platform Windows 10 Version 182 Specifications OS: Windows 10 Home x64 | v1703 | Build 15063.296 CPU: Intel i7 970 @3.2GHz GPU: GEForce GTX 1070 RAM: Corsair 12 GB Drive: Samsung 840 EVO 500GB
  3. Running Windows 10, (v1703). From time to time the character will move un-commanded. Pressing a mouse button doesn't stop the character. Pressing a direction key (usually A or D) will cause the character to stop but releasing the key resumes the un-commanded movement. Seems to settle down after repeated key inputs.
  4. Running Astroneer under Windows 10 Creator build (v 1703). Two truck chassis, one driver, one as trailer linked together. Driver configured with single seat, solar panel, large storage. Trailer configured with 2 large storage. Gathered research items on surface near areas with subsurface tunnels (sorry, no details on location). Had issues with truck driver chassis and trailer chassis merging into each other. Attempted to disconnect them but couldn't confirm success. Went below surface to gather research items, left trucks on surface. When i returned, the trailer chassis had disappeared