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The object class represents static, 3-D models in the GTA world. Objects can only represent models created by the server, they cannot represent models that are part of the GTA's default landscape. Examples of objects include building models, roads, and terrain.
The element type of this class is "object".
<object model="" posX="" posY="" posZ="" rotX="" rotY="" rotZ="" interior="" dimension="" scale="" collisions="" alpha="" frozen="" />
- model: The ID of the object being created. Since GTA has thousands of objects, these are hard to document on the wiki. Instead, they can be found using the object browser in the map editor.
- posX: A float representing the X position of the object.
- posY: A float representing the Y position of the object.
- posZ: A float representing the Z position of the object.
- rotX: A float representing the X rotation of the object in degrees.
- rotY: A float representing the Y rotation of the object in degrees.
- rotZ: A float representing the Z rotation of the object in degrees.
- interior: The interior world the object is in.
- dimension: The object's dimension number.
- scale: The object's scale.
- collisions: Enable/Disable object collisions.
- alpha: Changes the object alpha.
- frozen: Sets whether the object should be frozen (also known as static)