[PD] Array in Pd version 0.32 PATCH 6 for WINDOWS NT

Yuuta Nakayama t99685yn at sfc.keio.ac.jp
Fri May 11 08:37:05 CEST 2001

If you want creating arrays just for creating someting like buffers or look-up tables,
and donot have a frequent need of those graph feature, 
"table" object is much more easier way to creating arrays.


From: Michal Seta <mis at music.mcgill.ca>
Subject: Re: [PD] Array in Pd version 0.32 PATCH 6 for WINDOWS NT
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 01:38:29 -0400

> On Thu, 10 May 2001, Sren Bovbjerg wrote:
> > Hi Olaf
> > 
> > > since pd 0.32 I also have problems with putting arrays (using WinNT). 'put'
> > > works but all arrays appear at the same position in the patch and can't be
> > > moved seperately. So I get a pile of arrays on top of each other...
> > > Copying them from another patch works. 
> > 
> > I think it has always been like this (or as far as I can remember). I also use the 'copy from other window' routine to avoid that arrays are place on top of each other. Is there a way around this (anybody?)?
> > 
> Arrays are usually being put inside a graph.  So your first array gets a graph
> to live in.  Since you don't provide another graph, the next array you create
> is being crammed into the same graph. (am I right with this thinking?  looks
> like this anyways....)
> Solution:  create a graph before you create an array. 
> Graphs you can move around.
> But then, I'm on linux...  I assume pd behaves similarly in NT.
> ./MiS

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