[PD] Help with Bang question?
badmuthahubbard at gmail.com
Wed May 24 21:29:14 CEST 2006
I forgot to mention, you'll have to change the outlets in my patch to
whatever you are using, [print] or whatever. I didn't want to set
them all to print, or it would start the messages as soon as you
On 5/24/06, Chuckk Hubbard <badmuthahubbard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Try these setups.
> I've had to deal with this a few times. I work on Windows XP at home,
> and OSX at school, and I can't change the options on the school's
> computers. I had to use the [operating_system] object to tell my
> program which keystroke-reading function to use.
> My problem had to do with wanting to use Control-keystrokes, so it had
> to only output a bang when both keys were pressed. I think your
> dilemma is simpler.
> One thing I noticed- I don't remember which operating system it was-
> was that sometimes a key-press and key-up on the same key returned
> different names with [keyname]. Also, one of the shift or alt keys
> said R when it meant L or vice versa. So you might run into a few
> bugs with stuff like that.
> On 5/24/06, Carlos Caires <ccaires at porto.ucp.pt> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is there any method to receive a "bang" ONLY when I start or finishes
> > pressing a key on the keyboard? (and not in-between)
> > In attach, the patch for better understanding.
> > Thanks.
> > Carlos Caires
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