[PD] objects/links disappear and weird arrays

vinic vinic at free.fr
Mon Aug 18 12:43:50 CEST 2003

All are loading correctly... objects do exist in my patch, they do load, but
they won't appear, simply... about the arrays, I don't know what the
And I never had any problem with WinMe... maybe since now... got to proove
that it's WinMe that is faulty there...

to be continued...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeffrey Hildebrand" <jshildebrand at ucdavis.edu>
To: "vinic" <vinic at free.fr>
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 12:09 PM
Subject: RE: [PD] objects/links disappear and weird arrays

> i'm sure this is a no-brainer, but just to cover all bases, are you sure
> all the libraries you're using are loading correctly? if they don't load
> then pd won't recognize the objects that belong to those libraries. yeah
> and get rid of WinMe, it's a piece of shit. when i finally switched to XP
> realized that all the problems i was having were attributed to that pile
> crap. anyway you're on europe time right now and it's lights out for me!
> scott
> > Hi
> >
> > I've worked on a patch since a long time now and since two days, some
> > objects or links won't appear (whereas they do exist). Some arrays trace
> > feet high curves as if their Y FROM...TO... property was *1000000....
> > weird....
> > I read the "Pd 0.36, Win XP and the disappearing objects..." thread but
> > nothing here to solve the problem (and I'd add that I work on WinMe).
> > But I just remember I tried to save my project while the computer
> > So if PD did only manage to save part of the project, my file may be
> > now...
> > Did anyone did a tool to highlight object one by one in a kind of text
> > editor to see if there's something wrong in the .pd file? Is there any
> > to do that? Is there anybody here? HEEELP! ;o)
> >
> > cheers
> > vincent
> >
> >
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