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  1. Hi there, I have what I'm hoping is a simple thing for someone with a little vex knowledge. I'm trying to adapt the adhesion force in the condensation shelf tool to be driven by a gradient or noise on the mesh instead of applying the same amount of adhesion force all over the mesh. I have made a custom attribute called 'friction' with a gradient and some noise, clamped the values between zero and one and exported it: Unfortunately I am not nearly clever enough to understand how to adapt the VEX in the DOP Network to take this into consideration: Right now the particles that hit the floor get pulled back up to its neck. Ideally I would like the this friction attribute to remap whatever value is entered in "strength" so that in the red sections adhesion force is whatever is entered there, scaling to zero as it approaches the black. Been struggling with this for awhile but vex is a real wall for me so would really, really appreciate it if someone could be so kind as to help me out here Thanks! H friction-adhesion01.hipnc
  2. Hi there, I got a curious question that I was hoping someone might shed some more light on if possible. What's the difference between the old sph solver, the particle fluid solver, and the new pop fluid solver? Is it all the same thing but wrapped in a new package, or do they have different utilities? Thanks, Felix
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