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  1. Problem with foreach (Anastasia Opara Lake house)

    You should connect locate node to find_closed_balc now you have wrong connection
  2. Put RBD Packed Objects to sleep after certain time

    You should make some condition to disable objects, velocity threshold or distance and use it inside sop solver.
  3. You can cut borders along edges of each piece and fracture them in foreach loop
  4. Exploding vellum grains

    Try repulsion 100 or lower. Should help.
  5. weird particle behaviour / attraction

    You should attach the scene file to get help...
  6. @pscale for vellum grain?

    You can make it random if you go inside vellum grain and disable uniform scale at grain sop.
  7. @pscale for vellum grain?

    When you're using vellum grain sop it makes it automatically. Without this attribute grains doesn't work.
  8. Because it should be on primitives not points!
  9. Transformation matrix object offset ?

    @CinnamonMetal Inverse matrix move object to origin {0,0,0} and align z and y axis of your matrix with global z and y axis, So if you haven't matrix of the object in origin point it's not back to origin position, because your matrix, created on the transformed object not aligned with global axis.
  10. Transformation matrix object offset ?

    @CinnamonMetal You want back your object to origin position before translation, but you can do it if you have matrix for this position. If you havent you never get this. Simple explanation is: you can back to position you made matrix for.
  11. compare polygon area before and after deformation fit it and apply to color
  12. Transformation matrix object offset ?

    To back to original position you need to create 2 matrices first for original object, second for translated and use this @P*=invert(trans_mat)*orig_mat; But often you need move translated obj to origin, make something with it and back to position. And what I show you early for this case.
  13. Transformation matrix object offset ?

    So your matrix havent translate. How you build it?
  14. use sop solver to hold this value by checking if @t already >0
  15. Iterate in subnet python

    Wow toolutils cool.Thanks. I found solution with generator null = [y for y in g.children() if y.type().name() == 'null'] but good to know there is function for this
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