Hello!

I believe the function Get Location at Distance Along Spline is not working as intended in the following example. I have a demonstration project available (won’t link it here, contains marketplace content).

The setup is fairly simple - I have a spline component, and I am generating a number of spline mesh components along it’s length.

Here’s where I feed the spline component it’s points:

Here’s where I sample the spline at regular intervals of distance to determine start / end points for the spline meshes (this is immediately afterwards, there are no intermediate steps):

Here’s the associated logging, showing the six points fed into the spline component, and the resulting coordinates sample from seven intervals down the spline:

```
Point 0 = X=2870.295 Y=-1172.069 Z=15.228
Point 1 = X=2797.386 Y=-669.826 Z=2.310
Point 2 = X=2715.237 Y=-174.039 Z=-7.220
Point 3 = X=2621.710 Y=321.307 Z=-11.465
Point 4 = X=2504.450 Y=813.800 Z=-2.354
Point 5 = X=2411.000 Y=1000.000 Z=30.000
Start: X=0.000 Y=0.000 Z=0.000 End: X=342.479 Y=-58.613 Z=0.190 (0.0 / 500.0)
Start: X=342.479 Y=-58.613 Z=0.190 End: X=801.533 Y=-261.754 Z=2.750 (500.0 / 1000.0)
Start: X=801.533 Y=-261.754 Z=2.750 End: X=1258.350 Y=-477.039 Z=5.637 (1000.0 / 1500.0)
Start: X=1258.350 Y=-477.039 Z=5.637 End: X=1715.350 Y=-695.159 Z=8.629 (1500.0 / 2000.0)
Start: X=1715.350 Y=-695.159 Z=8.629 End: X=2172.464 Y=-910.722 Z=11.621 (2000.0 / 2500.0)
Start: X=2172.464 Y=-910.722 Z=11.621 End: X=2633.588 Y=-1114.987 Z=14.471 (2500.0 / 3000.0)
```

I have noticed that the first coordinate fed back to me for distance 0 is 0,0,0, when it should clearly be X=2870.295 Y=-1172.069 Z=15.228 - if I change the offending node to return local coordinates instead of world coordinates , it gives me the exact same result.

I believe that the node is returning me local coordinates in both cases, which is obviously incorrect.

Thanks,

Luke