stackable box placeable on tables and counters?
So I'd say, examine the inits of some objects to get clues on how to find these flags...
The BHAV should look as follows when you're done (click for larger):
Update: ended up using a base game end table, and it went beyond my expectations. It's doesn't follow the same 'stackable' pattern as the stackable box, but rather the IKEA helmer drawer stacking pattern. And like the helmer drawer, stacking is unlimited and extra useable slots are working. Thank you guys so much for your valuable input! I wouldn't have been able to do this without your help as I was unable to query any additional information without first finding what to query for.
@BoilingOil - "So I'd say, examine the inits of some objects to get clues on how to find these flags... " <-- this was spot on. Thank you.
To save time -- if anyone is looking for the same information, here are the MTS links that I found to supplement the information on this thread:
I used a constant value rather than the literal after not getting any results, but didn't see any results with that value either until I inserted a 'weight' line. So I'm guessing that the weight line is the glue that holds all the allowed height flags together. Also, originally I cloned the stackable box object which has multiple inits so checking the OBJF was vital for that; that additional instruction doesn't matter for the base game end table though.
Again thank you very much! I was able to finish my project ^___^
Here's something else, though. If the topside of your stackable has multiple slots, make sure slot 1 is the center slot, in the middle of the top surface, and have it face to the frontside of the box. It should make stacking easy and predictable.
Weight: the weight of an object must not exceed the weight allowance of a slot, or placement will be prevented. It might - for example - be possible to allow a greater weight in the center slot, and a lesser weight in others. As long as your box itself weighs less than the center slot allowance, it should continue to work...
Your weight line - 0 - makes that this box can even be fitted in decorative slots, and I'm not sure if that's the best idea. Try to find more different values for weight, see if you can narrow down and specify placement better that way.
This end-table object has 3 slots for placement and 1 slot for stacking, but as you can see it really is just a functional deco item rather than a proper end table.