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    Can you use "expression" indexed variables when evaluating a variable?

    I know that Fusion 2.5(292.14) can:
    The variable of the "expression" index of object A = value

    But it doesn't seem to:
    Variable A = the variable indexed by the expression of object B

    Am I missing the function?

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    Hello,
    You can get Alterable value by index
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    Thank you very much!I thought that was getting index values!

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