[PD] tabwrite bug?
pdman at aproximation.org
Sun May 21 05:50:24 CEST 2006
I think the problem is not gui refresh rate, provided I understand the
Objects without the tilde (~) in them work at a slower rate then the
signal rate objects - the tilde objects. Its not a gui thing it's a
control rate versus signal rate thing.
Things working at the signal rate use more CPU power and so everything
does not work at the signal rate.
Hope this helps,
Quoting Kyle Klipowicz <kyleklip at gmail.com>:
> I agree with Roman, the refresh rate must be low for GUI objects, and
> the still slow everything down. Interpolation with line~ or vline~
> seems to be the best way to smooth out your data.
> On 5/20/06, Roman Haefeli <reduzierer at yahoo.de> wrote:
>> hi nicola
>> i'm not sure, if you can call it a bug, since the [tabwrite] does only what
>> it was told to do. the problem is rather, that the gui-refreshrate is quite
>> low. if you move the slider fast, it jumps over a few positions, which are
>> not triggered and so not drawed in the array. in terms of cpu-load it makes
>> sense to limit the gui-refreshrate (afaik). it is not too trivial to get
>> what you want in my opinion, though. i'd do it with a counter, that counts
>> from the old position to the new position of the slider. it's not a nice
>> solution. maybe someone else has a better one(?)
>> "Nicola Bernardini" <nic.bern at tiscali.it> wrote:
>> > Dear friends,
>> > I have noticed something that seems like a bug to me: if you write on an
>> > array via a tabwrite attached to a cursor that writes both x and y data
>> > (basically doing a diagonal line), your table will be interspersed with
>> > zeros depending on the speed to which you move the slider. I went
>> > through the lists and googled over, could not find anything in this
>> > regard.
>> > I attach a tester patch. I run a GNU/Linux box Pentium III 384 kBytes
>> > (kernel
>> > 2.6.10, Debian testing, Pd v.0.39.2).
>> > Thank you for all your help,
>> > Nicola
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