VPipe input problems

Hello grasshopper users,

I have a problem with the Vpipe command. I would like to use percentage values instead of the default absolute input method.

I did a little video to better describe my problem.

Boxwood pattern generator.gh (14.0 KB)
Boxwood-generator-test-01.3dm (1.5 MB)

Thank you for any feedback

Just a quick thought before downloading the files.

Please try right clicking the C input of the VPipe and click Reparameterize.

Hi Martin,
thank you for your help… I just did what you said, but than the pipes disappear altogether… what does Reparameterize do?

It makes sure the curves have a domain from 0 to 1. I’ll take a look at your files in a few minutes

I was able to extract the length of one of the curves, could this value be used to limit the slider?

excuse my basic questions I am not very experienced in GH…

The t inputs have to be within a domain of 0 to 1 like the curves. So if you want to specify multiple radii, for example at the middle of the curve you would need to provide 3 inputs for t (0, 0.5, 1).

Boxwood pattern generator.gh (18.1 KB)

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Thank you so much, now it works…!

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Glad I was able to help you. Please click on the solution button in a post above so other users know this topic has been solved.

already did :wink:

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