[PD] Dynamic object creation in relation to canvas dimensions

Mathieu Bouchard matju at artengine.ca
Tue Nov 15 20:27:17 CET 2011

Le 2011-11-15 à 11:36:00, Stephen Lucas a écrit :

> I suspect Mathieu may have the right idea about the wraparound, but I'll 
> have to do more testing to be sure. Because of the scale of things, I 
> can't eyeball the exact problem and will probably need to make a 
> separate patch to clarify the problem.

Make just a few numbered objects dynamically so that you can know, e.g., 
that if [foo 327] is the last object in the canvas, then it's the object 
that is beginning at pixel row number +32700.

> This is similar to how I've dealt with keeping track of and deleting 
> scalars in the past. I'm not sure if this treatment of graph on parent 
> would produce its own problems; has anyone used it for this purpose?

I wrote a GOP dynamic-patching abstraction named [#many]. It's not related 
to [many].

help file : http://gridflow.ca/help/%23many-help.html

example use as sequencer : http://gridflow.ca/gallery/sequenceur.pd.png

1024 toggle boxes display a picture :

4x2 matrix editor (on the right) :

demo matrix products :

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