<i><b>Updated again: This ticket may be closed as there has been reasonable answers.</b></i>
<i><b>Updated since the question regarding rocks and trees was based on a lack of knowledge.</b></i>
Commands like <b>nearObjects</b> or <b>nearestObjects</b> do return trash constainers, houses, certain walls, flies and bees.
But these commands do not return sidewalks, bushes, soil, road texture etc.
Why is that?
IMHO a scripter should be able to handle everything returned by such commands, even if it's a a road texture or anything else. That's why I don't understand why these commands don't return these as objects.