[PD] Saving patch status

Gabriel Vinazza gabevinardi at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 01:13:45 CEST 2009


always though what was all about with that Number2 object... god bless
pd and you guys

On Thu, Jul 9, 2009 at 8:03 PM, Derek Holzer<derek at umatic.nl> wrote:
> Look at the properties of the GUI objects (right or CTL/Apple click). If you
> check the "init" box, then the contents will be saved with the patch. Not
> all GUI objects have an "init" property. Regular number boxes do not,
> Number2 boxes do, etc etc.
> For more complex state-saving, search for Frank Barknecht's SSSAD (one S too
> many?) and RRRadical patches. Not so easy for beginners, however.
> best!
> Derek
> Gabriel Vinazza wrote:
>> When you save a patch into a file the content of the number atoms for
>> example are not saved, can somebody tell me if it is possible to save
>> the entire status of the patch (kinda snapshot) or at least the
>> numbers?
>> I wan't to know if it is possible without arrays or similiar
>> techniques, what is the easiest way?
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