i have to test it, but somehow i doubt, that it solves the problem, as the tube has a really really big problem: it tries to keep at exact 37,7°C. No bathtube (or whatever) works like this. If you have a hot bath, you put in water and at some point the water has cooled down a lot, to a point, where it is does not make fun any more. The range of temperature is way bigger then just stay at a fixed temperature. You maybe enjoy 60°C hot water and leave the tube, when it is at 30 degree.
Exactly: the tubs just work as an deletion mechanism. Not as a reaxing tube for the inhabitants. They do not use it, if the water is more then 37,7°C, because the water is too hot. And they do not use it, if the water is lower then 37,7°C. Thats the reason, why the inhabitants in the game looks like they jump there all the time. I am rather confused, that even after this long time this behaviour was never mentioned anywhere else. Thats the reason, why i was asking, if this is a bug or intended this way?
As above: the inhabitants do not use the tube at a higher temperature. But i have to test it later again. I was trying to figure out, if the shown behaviour in my game was normal or not.
Edit: yes, the same mistake was shown all the time: when i put in hotter water then the 37,7°C, then the tubs were not used, because the water was too hot. If it was lower then 37,7°C, the water was too cold. Then the inhabitants left the tube after a short time. In my opionion this behaviour is wrong.