@Edy Susanto Lim:
Where did you get this "Per Point Array"-Node?
And what exactly does it do?
Here is a Solution, based on Edy Susanto Lim's suggestion:
It stores the Strand-Position at an initial State,
then finds the Index of the Closest in Array based on this
Init-Position and uses that to select the right Value of the
At least in this example they are sticking nicely
Am 22.03.2013 02:00, schrieb Edy Susanto Lim: