[PD] to small display

tobias istan at gmx.de
Wed Feb 11 18:09:38 CET 2004


first i wanna thank you for your help. my ex-max patches working well 
in pd.

then i have another question. unfortunaly i am using a 800x600 screen 
and got the problem that some (sub-)patches and most of the helppatches 
are bigger by default, so that i can see only a part. Also i cant scale 
them down or moving them up (OS X). Is there a way to make pd know that 
i only have a 800x600 resolution or is there a object ( like 
[thispatcher] in max) for setting a static patchsize?


On 04.02.2004, at 17:28, Krzysztof Czaja wrote:

> hi,
> forget about the File/Open -> *.pat route.  Start pd with the
> "-lib cyclone" option, create a [cyclone] object, click on it, and
> load _either_ a max-binary, or max-text patch, no matter how it is
> named.
> Then, look at the console, which warns you about missing objects,
> and the like.  Connections are preserved, though -- you are set
> to start cleaning up the mess.
> Cyclist is more of a debug tool, actually (but nice to have
> around).  It takes a single argument naming a max-binary file,
> and dumps max-text to standard output.  In case you still insisted
> on trying the File/Open -> *.pat option, the command would be
> "cyclist binfname > txtfname" (modulo path specs).
> Krzysztof
> tobias wrote:
>> Thanks a lot.
>> Can you say more about this "cyclist" executable, because i only have 
>> the max binarys and no working MaxMSP at the moment.
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