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public var staticFriction: float;
public float staticFriction;


The friction coefficient used when an object is lying on a surface.

Must be greater than or equal to zero. Natural materials will usually have a friction coefficient between 0 (no friction at all, like slippy ice) and 1 (full friction, like rubber). Values larger then 1 are possible, and may be realistic for sticky materials.

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