[PD-dev] set send

Peter Lunden plu at tii.se
Thu Apr 3 15:43:14 CEST 2003

I think I have to more specific about the problem. In some of the GUI 
objects there is built in receivers and senders that you set the name of 
in its preferences.  This mechanism is now partly broken because of the 
new message implemented in [send]

This is how I like to do it, to be able to build nice user interfaces:

float --> [set $0 ( --> [s directly_to_GUI]  
[r directly_from_GUI]-> same float

It  is nesesery to use a set to avoid loops. This makes it possible to 
have several syncronized sliders at different places controling the same 
value using the same message.


Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:

> You could do it like this:
> float  -->  [s volume]  -> [r volume] --> [prepend set] --> [vsl]
> .hc
> On Thursday, Apr 3, 2003, at 06:46 America/New_York, Peter Lunden wrote:
>> set message to change the address of the send box is nice but how do 
>> you send the message "set 10" to a vsl now. I think it is good to 
>> keep the possibility to send set messages to vsl using a send box so 
>> the message to change the send should have another name.
>> --PLu
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