[PD] which is the more reliable object to load a gif?
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Tue Nov 8 03:52:28 CET 2011
Thanks Joao, will try with that one too.
Still would like to understand what's behind this issue.
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 6:03 AM, João Pais <jmmmpais at googlemail.com> wrote:
> I use ggee/image on my clicktracker (http://code.google.com/p/**
> clicktracker/ <http://code.google.com/p/clicktracker/>), and on my patch
> to control ardour from Pd (in my extra folder from version 0.43). So far
> I've seen it works in Win, Ubuntu and OsX.
> I see, just yesterday I tried on a Mac OSX 10.7 with the moonlib/image.
>> The gif to be loaded were in user/Applications/MySoftware/**images/.
>> I also [declare -path images] in my patch.
>> [image] couldn't open them.
>> I opened them again, but only one gif was loaded correctly.
>> No error messages.
>> The same patch located in the same folder on a Mac OSX 10.6 loaded images
>> I can't understand this behaviour, hints?
>> On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at at.or.at
>>> I recently did some work on the moonlib/image object. It works well for
>>> me on Mac OS X and Ubuntu, but I haven't tested it a lot. Its included
>>> Pd-extended 0.43. I don't know about 0.42.
>>> On Nov 6, 2011, at 5:05 PM, Marco Donnarumma wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> it drives me nuts and it's not even an interesting issue.
>>> I'm using the [image] obj from moonlib.
>>> Works good on Linux, but I'm teaching workshop in which students may be
>>> using OSX.
>>> On some OSX machines it loads properly the images, on others it loads one
>>> image but not the others (they are all gif imgs in the same folder), or
>>> only properly loads an image after manually send an [open something(
>>> message. I think it might be related to folders permission, but the issue
>>> is different on each single osx machine and I don't have a mac to debug.
>>> I tried also [iem_image] but I had the same kind of instability on OSX.
>>> I usually create the [image], open a file and save. Works on Linux.
>>> Adding a [loadbang] does not help.
>>> Is there some tricks or something I'm missing so to use it properly?
>>> or which is the most reliable and cross-compatible way to display an
>>> in Pd?
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