kim at anechoicmedia.com
Wed Jun 16 00:02:18 CEST 2010
> Sure, just copy the text, create the comment in a patch, and click the comment so the text "comment"
> is highlighted. Then paste the text.
I tried various permutations of this and none seemed to work
and I just tried it again just in case
I copied some text in the console
created a comment in a patch
clicked on the comment to enter text
> Related weirdness: if you open a new patch and immediately try to paste text without first creating
> a comment, nothing is pasted but the patch gets a dirty flag.
that is weird but I tried to see if this dirtied the patch when I
followed the steps above and it didn't
could this have been something that was fixed/changed after my version?
my config is below
*my Linux audio perf config:*
Dell Studio 15 Core2 Duo 2.0GHz 3G-RAM
jackd version 0.116.1 tmpdir /dev/shm protocol 24
Pd version 0.41-4extended
USB iMic audio interface
cpufreq-set - both cpu's are set to 2.0GHz and userspace
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