Offset Door has wrong airtight behavior

Hans Peter shared this bug 2 years ago
Reported – Awaiting fix

when the door is closed, the opposite part of the door block is also airtight.

Replies (5)

photo
1

Hello, Engineer!


Thank you for your feedback! Your topic has been added between considered issues.

Please keep voting for the issue as it will help us to identify the most serious bugs.


We really appreciate your patience.


Kind Regards

Keen Software House: QA Department

photo
2

+1

If I have a vacuum-facing Sliding Door (with the door panels facing vacuum) and on the opposite room-side have an Offset Door (offset-side flush with the Sliding Door), then in order:

* Sliding Doors & Offset Door: Closed: Room pressurises

* Sliding Door: Closed, Offset Door: Open: Room depressurises. Expected behaviour: As outer (Sliding Door) is closed, room should remain at pressure (possibly slightly compensation for inter-door vacuum)

Bizarrely through, if:

* Both doors are opened, then outer (Sliding Door) is closed, the room re-pressurises - proving consistent Sliding Door behaviour.

-ethzero

photo
1

This has been marked outdated, but I am experiencing the same behavior that ethzero described.

photo
1

Hello, Engineers!

Thank you for letting us know this is still an issue. Could you please provide a save file with reliable reproduction steps to reproduce the issue for us to take a look at?

  • You can access your save files by typing %appdata% into your Windows search bar and you will be redirected to the hidden Roaming folder. After that just follow: \Roaming\SpaceEngineers\Saves. There should be a folder with your SteamID and your saves.
  • Please zip the file and attach it here. If you are having difficulty attaching files you can optionally use Google Drive. When sharing a google drive link please make sure it is set to be downloadable by anyone with the link.

Kind Regards

Laura, QA Department

photo
1

Save file attached.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Start with the room and airlock pressurized completely and both doors closed.

2. Open the outer door (sliding door) to depressurize the airlock.

3. Close the outer door.

4. Open the inner door. Notice the entire room depressurizes when it should not since the outer door is closed.

5. Notice that if the outer door is opened and then closed again, the room will re-pressurize.

photo
1

Hello, Matt!

Thank you for the save file and reproduction steps - They were a huge help :)

I have successfully reproduced the issue and reported it internally.

Kind Regards

Laura, QA Department

photo
Leave a Comment
 
Attach a file