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aligning a registration point to a vector line after it has moved

aligning a registration point to a vector line after it has moved

aligning a registration point to a vector line after it has moved

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hello people

the problem that i have is attacing a registation point to a vector line once you have moved that line

i start off with a vector line on stage and have scripted it so
you can pull this line up, down, etc from the top point of the vector line

then i want to pull the line from the bottom point of that vector line which i can do but only once because once i have moved that line the registration point is now out of sync because the point that it was aligned to has now moved

member(pThisMemberName).regPoint = (the vertexlist of memberpThisMemberName)[2][1]

end if

if any one can work out how to script lingo that will be able to make
the registration point follow a point on a vector line this would be of great help

christopher curran
ma communication design central saint martins london
cjcurran@hotmail.com

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