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xFlaye

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  1. Hi, I've created a basic picket fence setup. Each picket is positioned on a ground fence segment based on its width, as well as the segment's length. There's a curve_height that I want each individual picket to extend to. I'm currently stuck as to which part of the for-loop to put it in. The curve_height section is in the red network box. Thanks for the help. picketFence_w21_alternateHeight1.hipnc
  2. Thank you, @vicvvsh! So that I'm clear on the process, you've created an attribute (pt_id) to every point on the ground curve and set the height value from the curve_height to each of those pt_id's. Then copied that to the scale parameter. Thus, every picket now will scale according to the value represented by the assigned point. That's an elegant and efficient solution. Much appreciated.
  3. Get length of curve during loop iteration

    Brilliant! Thank you @Noobini.
  4. Hi, I made a picket fence generator. I'm trying to create dynamic rails that will stretch from post to post based on a control curve. The length of the curve segment are in one loop, but I can't seem to get it to iterate properly. It only captures the last iteration and applies it to all. I'm using arclen for it. I've tried using details, but I'm definitely missing on how to integrate the two. I'm attaching the file, and a screenshot. Thanks for the help. curveLengthProblem.hipnc
  5. Get length of curve during loop iteration

    Thank you, @Noobini That was exactly the issue, which I realized after posting it. Sometimes you don't see the the forest for the trees. Out of curiosity though...is it possible to call that information should it be required? Is there a VEX snippet (or an expression) that will allow to call info? Thanks!
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