[PD] console focus after soundfiler load
Thomas O Fredericks
tof at danslchamp.org
Sat Jul 14 04:33:08 CEST 2007
The patch crashes my Pd. Tot (Toxy) has a tendency to do that :) Toxy
sometimes clashes with Gem and cyclone (I do not remember the details,
I just remember to stay away from it).
The pdmtl abstractions have multiple browser options. Here is one
pictured in the top portion of this page:
The pdmtl abstractions file browser can browse folders, display &
highlight them, browse backwards, etc (like Yves [playlist] but for
all operating systems). It can store an unlimited number of entries
and is built with the externals found in Pd Extended.
The new version is coming out in a few days. But you can download the
old version here (grab a tarball of pdmtl):
On 7/13/07, Patrice Colet <megalegoland at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> oops here is the attachement
> Patrice Colet a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > it is not only happen under linux, but I don't know about osx.
> > Let me propose a hack for replacing the cheesy [openpanel],
> > it's a .wav file browser I've extracted specially for you from a large
> > project I'm working on. Please let me know if you have errors, or
> > suggestions, I might improve it for opening other kind of files,
> > and make a tkinter version with pyext (it will display in -nogui mode).
> > Kevin McCoy a écrit :
> >> Hi all,
> >> I would like to make a small request for pd for linux, but I wanted to
> >> post to the list before putting it on the tracker as a bug or feature
> >> request - could it be made so that when you load a sample with
> >> soundfiler, the console window does not get the focus after loading
> >> the file? This is no small irritation when loading multiple samples,
> >> and if one is not running in verbose mode, there's not even any useful
> >> information provided by the console.
> >> I am running ubuntu studio 7.04 with gnome/fluxbox. I know that the
> >> only message that comes back from a soundfiler load in verbose is that
> >> it was successful. Other messages, however, don't cause the console
> >> to get focus - they simply appear in the terminal in the background.
> >> Is there a workaround for this, or can it be addressed in the code?
> >> Was it done on purpose, perhaps?
> >> I have tested this with 39-2 extended and Miller's 0.40-2, but perhaps
> >> the request could apply for all versions of pd on linux. This never
> >> seemed to be an issue on OS X when I was using that. I personally
> >> don't think the console should ever be forced to the front of the
> >> screen after startup, but should rather run quietly in the background,
> >> available for reference when it is called upon.
> >> Thanks!
> >> k
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