I have put the following code in a script:

```
class Panel {
public static var cornerPos = new Vector3[3];
function Panel(){}
function Make( x0 : float, y0 : float, z0 : float, x1 : float, y1 : float, z1 : float, x2 : float, y2 : float, z2 : float ) {
cornerPos = [ Vector3(x0,y0,z0), Vector3(x1,y1,z1), Vector3(x2,y2,z2) ];
}
}
function Blueprint() {
var p = 6;
panels = new Panel[p];
for (var ps=0;ps<p;ps++) {
panels[ps] = new Panel();
}
panels[0].Make( 0,0,0, 0,6,0, 5,0,2 );
panels[1].Make( 0,6,0, 5,4,2, 5,0,2 );
panels[2].Make( 5,0,2, 5,4,2, 8,0,-1 );
panels[3].Make( 5,4,2, 8,5,-1, 8,0,-1 );
panels[4].Make( 8,0,-1, 8,5,-1, 14,0,1 );
panels[5].Make( 8,5,-1, 14,7,1, 14,0,1 );
}
```

So the Panel class has an array (length=3) of Vector3's, one for each corner of the panel. The idea of the Blueprint() function is to make 6 instances of the Panel class and then set the Panel.cornerPos[] values. 6 instances of the class are being created fine, BUT - they all have the same cornerPos[] values. I've also tried it without the Make() method thus:

```
panels[0].cornerPos[0] = Vector3( 0,0,0);
panels[0].cornerPos[1] = Vector3( 0,6,0);
panels[0].cornerPos[2] = Vector3( 5,0,2 );
```

And the result is the same - just accessing one instance sets the values for the other instances. What am I doing wrong?