yes I've had a quick scan through the ceiling tutorial, understanding the sequencing for offsetting the light panels etc in 2D arrays using conditional ops. we do a lot of interior and services railclone models here as we animate fitout sequences.
Conscious of not developing bad habits, quick results, and trying to understand other features of Railclone, mind, so for this particular object I just wanted to chuck in some basic support channels, as I've been using the output nodes a lot more, and evenly seemed to be the obvious choice. I liked the way it threw up a surprise though, as it's through things doing something 'odd' that we learn the correct way, and thanks for the quick reply. As a busy guy I appreciate your prompt response.
PS, my colleague suggests you give us a tutorial on developing a scaffolding model, so in essence, it can just be drawn out from two splines, one for horizontal and one for vertical. I think he also means including decking at set heights, and intelligent trimming. I assume this is similar-ish to your bookshelves tutorial. (being french however he wants someone else to do it for him
) I wouldn't mind though.