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  1. Im trying to do a hit test on a skinny mesh, so i want the meshes hit box area to be bigger than the actual mesh so that its more user friendly. I have tried to make its bounding box bigger, but that doesn't work. Is there a way to do a hit test on the bounding box area? Example of what i am trying to accomplish that doesn't work. http://www.babylonjs-playground.com/#EAR83 Also instead of using action manager i have tried just doing a hit test every fram using jquery and scene.pick. This also doesn't use the bounding box info. Coded as such: $('#canvas').mousemove(function(evt) { var pickInfo = Editor.scene.pick(Editor.scene.pointerX, Editor.scene.pointerY); if (pickInfo.hit) { console.log(pickInfo.pickedMesh.name); } });Any help would be appriciated. Thanks.