[PD] pd-extended is not extended

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Thu Dec 24 18:31:34 CET 2009

You can configure it so that it doesn't load anything. Sounds like you  
have old preferences in place.  Try replacing your prefs with the  
default ones by double-clicking the .reg file in Program Files\pd.


On Dec 24, 2009, at 8:17 AM, Matteo Sisti Sette wrote:

> Hi,
> I installed PD-extended on Windows Vista: I simply downloaded and  
> ran the installer without changing any setting.
> Now I run pd-extended, I create a new patch and try to create the  
> following objects which I believe should all exist:
> [gemwin], [gemhead]
> [timeroll]
> [range]
> [readdir]
> [dirpanel]
> None of them can be created. It seems like it is not "loading" the  
> externals.
> I may be wrong about timelorr, range, readdir, but the first two are  
> gem objects, so at least it is not running GEM. Also [dirpanel] was  
> suggested to me by someone in the list.
> Isn't PD-Extended supposed to be already "configured" out-of-the-box  
> to load all the included externals and libraries? (isn't it half all  
> pd-extended is about, the other half being actually including the  
> externals and libraries?) Including bnlt GEM?
> I'm confused. What am I doing wrong?
> Thanks
> m.
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> Matteo Sisti Sette
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