[PD] gridflow fullscreen

stéfan piat stefanpiat at gmail.com
Tue Nov 1 16:12:49 CET 2011

hello !

is there a fullscreen method with [#out x11( ?  (or #out quartz)
the shortcuts from [#out sdl( seems to not working there...

I try the change the window size from [#out x11]
but I got the following error message by sending the message [out_size 1920
error: [#io.x11 out] inlet 0 method out_size: shmget() failed: Invalid
XErrorEvent: type=0x00000000 display=0x2014e00 xid=0x0000000b
... serial=0x000003ae error=0x00000084 request=0x00000084 minor=0x00000002
(note: turning shm off)

with others arguments (e.g. 1024 576) nothing happens...


2011/10/27 stéfan piat <stefanpiat at gmail.com>

> ok.
> thanks for clarifying this
> (I do not need to make it happen automatically)
> s.
> 2011/10/26 Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca>
>> Le 2011-10-26 à 15:01:00, stéfan piat a écrit :
>>  I try to make a fullscreen window in gridflow (with #out ) but I didn't
>>> find informations about that in the documentation, in #out-help.pd or in
>>> the list do you know how ? (i'm running on windows, with pd-extended 0.42.5)
>> [#out window] is an alias for [#out sdl] when on Windows. It's an alias
>> for other things on Linux & OSX.
>> [#out sdl], by default, has three shortcuts for activating fullscreen :
>> you can press f, Escape or F11. I picked those three because they are the
>> three most common shortcuts in apps that have fullscreen modes
>> (respectively from MPlayer, Flash player(s), and FireFox browsing, though
>> the same shortcuts are used by many more apps than that).
>> I don't remember why I didn't put a fullscreen method in [#out sdl]. Do
>> you need to make it happen automatically ?
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