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- A rectangular part of a texture page in the Modeller. It is managed in cutout mode. A cutout can be assigned to multiple mappings in map mode.
- An edge always connects two points by a straight line. They are used to construct triangles. Edges are represented in 3D viewport in triangle and point modes as thin lines.
- A representation of a PNG texture file in the Modeller. They are managed in the texture page mode. A page is divided into one or more cutouts in the cutout mode.
- The most elementary part of a 3D model, also referred to as a "vertex", which is a single point in 3D space. Points are represented in the 3D viewport in point mode as small square buttons.
- Skin ID
- A unique sequence of 6 alphanumeric characters that identifies a vehicle mod. It is generated automatically during the mod submission process.
- A standalone 3D model belonging to a model of a vehicle mod in Modeller. It can be loaded or saved independently of the main object. There are several types of subobjects, such as steering wheel, internal mirror, brakes, mudguards, wings and other attachments.
- The area between three points, with an edge on every side. It is the basic building block used to build the actual surface of a 3D object. They are what you see when you render the mesh. Triangles are edited in the triangle mode and created in the build mode.