[PD] preferences (was: [declare] trouble)
robbert van hulzen
robbert at nocount.org
Thu Nov 8 20:51:33 CET 2007
Steffen Juul wrote:
>To quote Hans :
> This one comes with Pd-extended and sets the default preferences. If
> someone creates, ~/Library/Preferences/org.puredata.pd.list, this one
> will be ignored.
hmmmm... i guess i didn't rtfm... don't remember exactly what i did, but
deleting the prefs file now did the trick. that seems to mean it wasn't
ignored, but anyway, it works now.
Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Isn't it
> possible on OS-X to tweak a preference file once and for all and use
> it with each new Pd version like the ~/.pdrc and ~/.pdsettings files
> are kept on Linux?
Luke Iannini wrote:
> The .pdrc works great on OS X, exactly as one would hope now with the
> embedded prefs: the embedded prefs take care of configuring Pd-Extended and
> my .pdrc takes care of adding the things I'm interested in.
thanks! .pdrc works for startup flags. for loading libs, you don't specify a
path? the embedded prefs don't either. does that have to do with the fact
that it's embedded (maybe i'm asking more than i need to know / will
thanks for the patience!
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