# How can I “stick” objects to tables in Skyrim and still allow those objects to be player-interactable?

I'm trying to place a non-static pot (RuinsPot01) on a table (RuinsAltar) with the Havok simulation.

I place the pot a little bit above the table and turn on Havok. The pot falls down but is left floating slightly above the table.

If I turn of Havok and press F it is aligned correctly to the table, but as soon I turn on Havok Simulation, it jumps up slightly and floats as before.

Does any one have a fix for this? Making the pot static isn't an option, it has to be movable.

• Do other tables work any better? Do other items sit better on that table? – Adam Dec 4 '13 at 23:17
• Seems like a fairly broad question. There are a number of things that could be causing that behavior. You'll likely get better help on a forum specific to the Creation Kit or Havok. – MichaelHouse Dec 4 '13 at 23:54
• I have the same problem with "any" object placed with Havok on "any" surface. I solved it by placing them with "F" and then turn on "Don't Havok Settle" in the object's property dialogue. This makes them still non-static but they will not "float up"... – Max Kielland Dec 4 '13 at 23:55
• Questions about mods are on-topic here, folks. That said, this question is a touch unclear. Pictures would help. – user1430 Dec 5 '13 at 2:11
• Is it possible the pot is floating because it's bounding box is slightly too large and it's pushing it up? (not an answer just a suggestion) – wolfdawn Jan 29 '14 at 17:09