[PD] way for GOP object to know its selected
reduzierer at yahoo.de
Sat Nov 10 04:51:22 CET 2007
yo, i put it online:
the dependencies are:
netpd (and of course all dependencies, that nepd has)
if you just wanna have a quick glance, you don't need netpd. it's
probably enough to add abs/ to your pathes and then you can open
patches/bon-synth2.pd. you'll get many errors and it won't produce
sound, but the gui should work anyway.
On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 19:34 -0800, Phil Stone wrote:
> That's some efficient use of real estate! Very nice. I can't imagine
> how to program it; dynamic PD makes my eyes cross, though I use a lot of
> other people's dynamic programming -- Frank Barknecht's [polypoly] for
> instance. Does the netpd version have the same dynamic gui? I'd very
> much like to see it.
> Roman Haefeli wrote:
> > On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 13:11 -0800, Phil Stone wrote:
> >> I don't know if you mean what I think you mean, but holy crap! I've
> >> dreamed of being able to click on an object and have it open up a more
> >> detailed UI. I even used to design in objects that I would right-click
> >> "open" to accomplish this, but it's pretty disruptive when performing.
> >> A one click UI-bloom would be an incredible feature.
> >> Of course, if that's not what you mean, never mind. :-)
> > yo.. in case you mean what i think you mean, have a look at bot-synth2
> > created by syntax_the_nerd. unfortunately, i cannot find the original
> > bot-collection, but there is a port for netpd, that i could send to you,
> > if you want. why do i mention it? it has a very dynamic gui. there is a
> > numberbox in the top, which lets you scroll trough all available pages.
> > the pages look all completely different from each other, because they
> > are built dynamically. i attached some screenshots (sorry for spamming,
> > i usually don't mail files, but these pictures are really small).
> > it is possible to do such stuff in plain pd already now.
> > roman
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