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  1. Hello everybody This is my first post and it is about a topic which has been scratched over and over it seems... But after a lot of tutorials, searching and studying many threads here on odforce I cannot for the heck of it get my head around this and find a solution. In fact I was following a tutorial for HOU.14.x which brought me to this. But the For-loops have changed so I only managed to get this far. HOU.17.5.258 here. As the topic title says: "Tubes on terrain crawling through each other instead of over each other" is what I want to be happening. I tried to use a "creep", a "each" another "for each" to no avail. I would very much appreciate if someone could alter my attached file with the solution, so I can study that. Meanwhile, I`ll go on reading and trying to understand what is going on in my scene. Thank you very much in advance. CHeers. k_skinned_tubes_on_terrain_overlapping_0.hip
  2. I have a "for-each connected piece" loop and want to use SOP group to create a different group for each connected piece. How do I deal with the group name to make sure it's different for every connected piece?
  3. Ok so just when I thought I had got my head around for each loops, I am struggling to get a custom attribute into a transform. The attribute is certainly seen by the copy to points node. and when I try to detail it in the transform, it justs gives back a zero. I've tried by including the transform in the for each loop, with a block begin fetch input etc. Makes no difference. (Using the spare input and -1 tag instead of the "../iteration". I've tried all combinations of cases @ signs, $ signs and whatever else. The "global attributes" colour and the scale nodes work fine. effector_v003.hip
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