[PD] Pd 0.39.3-extended on XP:::problems

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Thu Jan 17 19:23:07 CET 2008

oscx should be loaded by default in Pd-0.39.3-extended as long as you  
have the default preferences that were installed by the installer.   
Otherwise, you can add an [import oscx] to your patch, or prefix  
those objects with "oscx/" like this:


[range] is most likely the old link to maxlib scale, so you can  
replace [range] with [maxlib/scale].


On Jan 17, 2008, at 8:03 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:

> Marko Timlin wrote:
>> Hi Iohannes, hi list members,
>> as I worked on that patch for more than half a year I wouldn't  
>> like to change it now. It has a lot of subpatches etc.
> valid argument.
>> So how could I add the C:\Programme\pd\extra\oscx patch so that Pd  
>> autoloads it every time? The PD Patch menu seems to be full.
> might be able to add it in one of the existing lines by using the  
> colon:
> "/existing/path:/path/to/oscx"
> in Pd-extended you might also add it to the libraries.
> i am no expert in this fields (neither pd-extended nor xp), so you
> probably want to save your pdsettings (in the registry) before  
> doing that.
>> And: How can I make sure that PD loads all the available patchs????
> i am sure that you don't want to do that.
> if you just want to check whether all the objects have been found
> correctly, you should have a look at the pdconsole output after  
> loading
> and look out for "could not create" lines.
> fgmadsr
> IOhannes
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