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  1. Okey, so. There is this function called: getElementBoundingBox() But, is there any way to get the bounding box of a vehicle component? For example the bounding box of the wheel. Thanks for da' answers in advance.
  2. The question is the same as the title: how to get width and height of a vehicle component?I dont think that there is any way to do it.
  3. Okey, so im currently working on a repair script for my server, until this point everything worked, but now i need to calculate some offsets(world offset, and rotation offset too), and i have no idea how to do it.So, the basic idea is to hold every demounted component like this.Heres the script i made. --CLIENT SIDE local r = { ["door_lf_dummy"] = {90,0,-90}, ["door_rf_dummy"] = {90,0,-90}, ["door_lr_dummy"] = {90,0,-90}, ["door_rr_dummy"] = {90,0,-90}, } addEvent("addVehComponentToPlayer",true) function funkzson(veh,comp,player) setTimer(function() local rotx,roty,rotz = ge
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