[PD] Path and dialog on Win & OS X (was: is this a bug?)
listes at sourcelibre.com
Fri Aug 26 18:48:00 CEST 2005
Actually, I am having a hard time on Mac OS X as well. I understood
that the .pdrc file will be forgotten. Too bad, because, it is the
easiest way to start Pd on Linux, at least. I would say I don't like
much this Tk dialog.
I was wondering if there was a way to start Pd.app from the command
line on OS X... I didn't try very hard though.
Also, on OS X, my audio preferences are *always* forgotten by Pd every
time I start it. So, I always need to open a patch (so that the
preferences menu appears) and then choose to have 2 audio outputs and
inputs... Am I the only one with this problem ? This is on
Pd-0.38-4-extended-RC1, which I found was more stable than most other
release. Maybe I should use an other version ?
Le 05-08-26, à 12:17, Gregorio G. Karman a écrit :
>>> Hi list,
>>> I'm running pd on winxp and am very much a beginner. Today I noticed
>>> something strange when installing an external. I am unable to delete
>>> the last remaining lines which I previously added to the "path
>>> search" and "startup" options dialogue. Every time I delete and save
>>> settings and restart the program, the same line shows up again. Is
>>> this a bug or is it my pc? Are these configurations saved somewhere
>>> on the computer? I have reinstalled the same version of pd twice but
>>> the line is still there even after a fresh reinstallation.
>> yes. that's a bug. under windows the "path search" and "startup"
>> settings are saved in the registry.
>> using regedit you can get rid of the wrong settings.
> I find it much easier to keep several configs or load many libs with th
> old bat, and much cleaner & safer than having to tweak the registry
> you will need to do if you use 'path' or 'startup'). IMHO I think the
> dialogs are just more confusing thn the .bat, at least in w$.
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