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  1. Hello and thank you for your time. This is my first post here. Not only am i new to the site, but also Houdini - having only been poking around a month or so. So, here's my problem, I'm feeding an edge wear graph that I'm working on, an imported mesh. The mesh is for a modular wall kit. The mesh is broken up into watertight bricks. I run the edge wear on this mesh within a foreach connected loop. What I really want to do is achieve a more natural and worn old rock wall look. To do that, I'd like to introduce small amounts of randomness to scale, rotation, and position. However, since the bricks aren't copied to points, I'm struggling to get anything to work. In fact, I can't get it to work within the loop or pulled out on it's own. Hopefully the issue makes sense. This has to be a trivial thing, but all the tutorials i'm finding are for using point attributes and vops... and when I do that, I'm unable to group the points within each connected mesh. In general, i want these to stay rectangular. Thanks again for your help.
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