bfcarney at gmail.com
Thu Apr 24 22:13:21 CEST 2008
so I connected bangs instead of numbers to the bottom under select [0
1] getting bangs
for increase and decrease. thank you very much. now is there a way I
can get increase or decreases relative to the first direction that
takes place? so maybe there could be some reset function and if the
slider is on the right side, that way, moving left would be pos. and
then moving back to the right could return negative vals.
by the way, i mention this alot but this list ****ing rules.
thank you all so much.
On 4/24/08, Ben Carney <bfcarney at gmail.com> wrote:
> it looks good, but not working. I have made a fe assumptions in your sketch.
> does the big X represent the patch chords crossing to opposite inlets?
> also, i am assuming that the decrease and increase at the bottom are
> number boxes. with these assumptions, i am getting no change
> whatsoever in the number boxe at the bottom.
> also, before sending this i looked back, connected a number box tot he
> outlet of [- ] and i am never getting a value above 0, therfore no
> change is occurring.
> On 4/24/08, Claude Heiland-Allen <claudiusmaximus at goto10.org> wrote:
> > Ben Carney wrote:
> > > I need to be able to tell direction the slider is being "slid"
> > > relative to the direction it started from.
> > >
> > ((slider value) - (previous slider value)) > 0
> > slider
> > |
> > [t f f]
> > \ /
> > X
> > / \
> > [- ]
> > |
> > [> 0]
> > |
> > [select 0 1]
> > | |
> > decrease increase
> > Hope this helps,
> > Claude
> > --
> > http://claudiusmaximus.goto10.org
> Ben C.
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