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When I use Xpresso to define the Lower or Upper Limit from de Slider Connector, the Slider Limits take their maximum position.

With Trigger Distance  I arranged the moment ( at 50 Frames)  that the Upper Limit of the Slider takes a certain length. (40)

How do I get the Object attached to the Slider to hold position 0 at the start of the animation.

I have tried Box Connector but gives the same maximum from the start of the animation till that 50 Frames

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Update.  File attached.

In this case with Xpresso connected the Lower Limit Z will not hold the pal position.

When connection in Xpresso is taken away between Math and Connector, Lower Limit Z can be put on zero and hold pal position

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I'm not too sure what behavior you want, but you can use a condition node to switch 2 values into the Lower from port.


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Thank you Jed.

The Condition Node was the solution.

This means you have to feed the Lower (or Upper) Limit Z two cyfers with a value more than zero..

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