[1.193.103] Rotor limits and clang
Build a battery, rotor, and attach a structure from the rotating part. Set the rotor's velocity, minimum angle and maximum angles to positive values.
Slide the maximum angle back and forth and observe the rotor's behavior.
Result: The rotor will make sudden backwards adjustments. The rotor being near 0 degrees, rotating slowly, or rotating a structure with subgrids, can contribute to the violence of these adjustments.
Expected result: The rotor will stop or continue rotating at the desired speed when outside the limit.