[PD] GEM OS X : Window not draggable ...
James Tittle II
tigital at mac.com
Mon May 10 23:44:23 CEST 2004
On May 10, 2004, at 9:34 AM, gl03 wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using the OS X port of GEM (0.888-pre1) on an iBook. When I create
> a window I get the output:
> MAC: BuildGLonWindow: fDraggable= false
> MAC: BuildGLonWindow: not draggable on single device
> MAC: BuildGLonWindow (!pcontextInfo->fDraggable && (numDevices == 1))
> the created window is - as the output suggests - not draggable, not
> focusable and - what's worse - mouse events are not passed to it,
> effictively making the use of gemmouse impossible.
> what is the reason for this and is there a workaround to use gemmouse
> after all? What devices is BuildGLonWindow talking about - gfxcards,
...there's probably a very simple answer for this ;-)
1. first off, you should definitely being using a more recent version
of GEM (I think 0.888rc2 is most current)...this has a huge number of
fixes, especially to the window handling on 10.3+: btw, what version
of osx are you using?
2. I'm guessing you are using a self compiled version of pure-data?
If so, this is the bottleneck: OSX requires certain things to be
present in an app before it hands over access to the window
manager...so, atm you can use either the pd++.app at my website (which
I desperately need to update to 0.37-1), or you can try one of the
other application bundles that are floating around (I'm thinking
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