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    Antonio Marcus de Oliveira Souza
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  1. I'm trying to drive a BlendShapes' SOP blend parameter using a point attribute, @fade. The @fade is a point attribute and have it's value animated. But the blend parameter doesn't appear to read this animated values and keep showing 0 instead. The question: the blend parameter doesn't work with point attributes? I tried VEX and Hscript forms (@fade and $FADE). The second crashes.
  2. VEX Problem with precision comparing attributes

    Man, what a great idea! Now everythin's gonna be easier! rs Thank you very much!
  3. Hello, guys! I keep having an issue when I try to compare attributes from two distinct points. The VEX program tests if they are equal, like this: if(ptu == t_start) And although I see in the geometry spreadsheet that they are, the VEX code say they aren't. I thought It was a precision problem, so I rounded both values to a three float precision value //round t_start = rint(t_start * 1000)/1000; t_end = rint(t_end *1000)/1000; ptu = rint(ptu * 1000)/1000; This was the solution for some points and for others, the problem persisted. Some still have the same values in the spreadsheet and the VEX code interprets them as different values.
  4. How to use Poly Expand 2D inside scale attribute

    Man, and that was just in front of my eyes! haha thank you very much!!
  5. I need an advice from you, guys! How the local attributes of PolyExpand2D SOP are to be used? I want to make a non-uniform offset with these inside scale attributes. But I do not know the workflow for this.
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