[PD] Closing patches via pd message

Josh Steiner josh at vitriolix.com
Thu Sep 15 21:23:57 CEST 2005

ok, i was a little confused by your UI change at first, but reading your 
reasoning, it makes a lot of sense.  the fact that you can override the 
safe behavior with both a message and a keystroke is awsome and removed 
any objections i had.  thanks.


Miller Puckette wrote:

>Well, there are two problems... first, in a performance you'd sure like
>some way to avoid closing patches by accident, even if they're clean.  
>Second, it's possible to make a long audio recording into an array (for 
>example) without making the patch know it's "dirty".
>I think the proper default behavior is the most careful one (the way it is
>now), but am not sure how to allow or encourage the user to override this,
>whether it should be selectively for individual patches, or as a global
>override, or even some combination of both.
>>How about if there is anything to 'Undo' in  the Edit menu, the user is 
>>asked if they want to save the changes?
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