[PD] Outlet on 'struct' object
mjmogo at gmail.com
Sat Jan 10 01:13:31 CET 2009
Oops, sorry, had the wrong version open... tried 42-4 and this seems
to show more stuff.
So, then, once again, using the sequence example, connected up print
statements to all the 'struct' object. In the 'click' message, what is
the number that follows? I can't seem to make sense of it, as some
objects output one or two messages, while others output a whole series
Is there some sort of documentation on this?
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 6:06 PM, Mike McGonagle <mjmogo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, I tried it on the sequence example, and it only seems to output
> stuff in Edit Mode. Is that correct? Plus, it also seems to only
> output 'select' and 'deselect' messages. It also seems to repeatedly
> output them when you 'select' and drag an object.
> Is this a new feature? (I seem to remember reading something about
> mouse events for structs in 42) Are there any examples of how these
> are used?
> On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 4:42 PM, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
>> Mike McGonagle hat gesagt: // Mike McGonagle wrote:
>>> I was just curious, and looking at the source was not all that
>>> obvious, but does anyone know what the outlet on a 'struct' object is
>>> used for?
>> It reports selected and clicked (and maybe more) data structure instances.
>> Connect a [print] to it and select some objects to see the messages. The
>> outlet sends messages composed of a selector and a gpointer, which you
>> can route to [get] objects for example. It's pretty useful!
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