But it is clearly treating them as accumulative anyway.

In the screenshot, note that the list has 19 items, but I see many fewer visible stripes, explained by some being drawn out of range because of accumulating the coordinates. Why isn't [separator] resetting?

20-0215-stripes01.pd

rrand.hjh.pd

Thanks!

hjh

]]>But it is clearly treating them as accumulative anyway.

In the screenshot, note that the list has 19 items, but I see many fewer visible stripes, explained by some being drawn out of range because of accumulating the coordinates. Why isn't [separator] resetting?

20-0215-stripes01.pd

rrand.hjh.pd

Thanks!

hjh

]]>I am no more expert than you.... and so I am not really sure that this gives the result you are looking for....... but...... stripes.zip

David. ]]>

`x(-1) = 0`

, then `y(i) = x(i) - x(i-1)`

-- and when the translation integrates that, I get the right coordinates.
I'm still not clear on [separator], though, any insight would be helpful, thanks!

hjh

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