[PD] System Versions for previous message.

David F. Place d at vidplace.com
Wed Feb 21 19:43:35 CET 2007

Alas, the bug is different.  If you open the properties window of the  
table and adjust the y range to be from 1000 to 0.   You will get  
over that problem.  Then you'll be able to see that only half the  
table entries are updated.  Also, the wrong values are in the slots  
-- off by one.   Also, of course, you can just look at the list.  On  
OS X, all of the table entries are updated as expected.

On Feb 21, 2007, at 1:02 PM, Miller Puckette wrote:

> So, (on Fedora 2) what I get is that the five tables (assuming I
> opened them before whacking the "440" button, e.g.) have all their  
> points
> fly far above the visible region of the window.  The bug I then see
> is the long-standing one, which is that for teh life of me I can't  
> figure
> out how to get the scroll-bars to update to reflect moving contents,
> except by making a TK call which takes so long to compute that it  
> frequently
> messes up the audio.
> cheers
> Miller
> On Wed, Feb 21, 2007 at 11:05:15AM -0500, David F. Place wrote:
>> Since my last message morphed from a plea for help to a bug report, I
>> guess I should give the relevant info.
>> Mac OS X 10.4.8  / Pd 0.39-2
>> Fedora  4 / Pd 0.39-2
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