algorithmic modeling for Rhino

There appears to be a bug in Relative Item. In this image you would expect the hexagon and the square to occupy the same cell. Also the circle should be one cell over and 2 cells down from that. t

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Further testing reveals that when you use a negative number for the index, it causes inaccuracy. Also as you approach the wrapping other inconsistencies are caused. 

I don't see it. It's working as it should be. If you look at the appropriate tree, the square, the hexagon and the circle are all in column index=2 (i.e. the third column) and item index=5 (i.e. the sixth item).

The square:

The circle:

The hexagon:

I attached a file that helps you investigate the layout of points within each tree.


Perhaps the behaviour you were expecting happens when you wrap both the paths and the items?






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