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  1. can't select @P.y with point function

    Thank you, I figured out the first option, I was just wondering if there was a way to access it directly.
  2. Hey guys, So today I tried getting a point's .y position but it gives a value of 0 for some reason. In the attached picture you can see the code that I tried to run. When I use the "P" then it gives the correct vector for the position, but when I want to just get the .Y value(should be something around 1), it stopped working. Is it because I can't use the "P.y" expression in the point function?