gmr222 at nyu.edu
Thu Jun 28 14:02:07 CEST 2001
That explains it. Thanks, Guenter.
Hmm. I need the MIDI support in .33, need to use arrays, but really like
having the iemlib objects. Can anybody suggest a fix that would let me have
the best of both (all three ?!) worlds? Other than switching back and forth
between versions or command-line statements, that is. . .
guenter geiger wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Jun 2001, Greg Rippin wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > This might be a bug or might be my foul-up when installing pd .33:
> > Using pd .33 on win98, selecting "array" on the "put" menu seems to do
> > nothing. Nothing is added to the patcher and no error messages appear
> > in the master window. Selecting "graph" adds an empty graph, as
> > expected. Selecting the empty graph and trying to put an array seems to
> > do nothing.
> > I went back and tried this on .32 and it worked fine.
> > Maybe I messed up something when copying externs to work with the new
> > version. If so, does anybody have any idea what I may have done wrong?
> With pd-0.33 the array doesn't get drawn immediately, but a Dialog pops
> up where you can set the name and size of the array.
> If, for instance you have the "old" tk/gui installed (for lets say,
> hrm , iemlib), then it is very likely that this feature won't work
Greg Rippin, Graduate Assistant
Music Technology Program
New York University
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