[PD] specific questions on Gem

Erich Berger eb at randomseed.org
Thu Feb 1 13:11:35 CET 2007

hello johannes,

for this purpose you can use gem in single buffer mode,
its a message to gemwin |buffer 1(.
the buffer will not be cleared and every moving object produces a trace.

in gem/examples/04.pix is a single buffer example called pixdatasimple.pd
you need to modify it a bit for your use.




On Thu, 1 Feb 2007, Johannes Eckart wrote:

> hello community of Pure Data!
> My name is Johannes Eckart, comming originally from Salzburg-Austria and at the moment studying in Paris handcraft-arts. In my free-time and also for practical reasons in my study, i started working on Pure-Data and its library Gem. i already learned all the basics and i´m feeling quite well with the program.
> but actually i am a beginner, so i have many questions!! but one after another...
> for today i just want to pose a question on Gem:
> i want to design lines and curbes in a Gem-window. the difficulty is, that i want to draw this lines by giving the coordinates directly to the path. maybe for better understanding: i want to create a circle, but he must not appear immediately. he must be drawn like with a pencil.
> i hope that somebody can send me maybe an already existing path or some explanation on how to solve this problem!
> i am very glad to be in this mailing-list and hope to give and get many answers!
> thank you,
> Johannes Eckart
> P.S.: as i am new, please tell me, when my netiquette is not correct :)
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