[PD] Dynamic creation of canvas : am I mad???
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Fri Jan 20 22:21:23 CET 2012
2012/1/20 Cyrille Henry <ch at chnry.net>
> there is a bug.
> if you open the 2 patchs as text, you can noticed the difference in the
> line :
> for the not working patch :
> #X coords 0 -1 1 1 150 650 1;
> for the working patch :
> #X coords 0 -1 1 1 150 650 1 0 0;
> you can add the 0 0 in the "not working" patch in order to make it work.
> or remove them to the working patch in order to make it "not working".
> if you open the GOP on a not working patch, then right click / property /
> apply, then the red border appear, and it will work.
> how did you manage to make a GOP without the red border?
No idea... The subpatch in the working patch what just copied from the non
> (tested on 0.43.1-test7)
> Le 20/01/2012 21:14, Pierre Massat a écrit :
>> Dear List,
>> There are only 3 possibilities :
>> 1) I'm mad and i should be put in an institution immediately,
>> 2) There's a major difference between the 2 attached patches but i'm too
>> dumb to see it,
>> 3) I'm found a bug.
>> Can someone please open these two patches and tell me what you think? The
>> one called "work" works in that when i create a single canvas (message to
>> the left) that fills up all the subpatch (vertically), it does fill up all
>> the subpatch, and so do 2 canvases half the first one in length (message to
>> the right). Now the one called "dont_work" should work just as well in my
>> opinion, yet it doesn't. The single canvas fills up all the subpatch, but
>> the two canvases don't.
>> I don't understand what's going on. Same creation messages, same subpatch
>> with the same graph on parent area.
>> I have Pd 0.42.5-extended running in Windows XP.
>> I must be missing something obvious...
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