[PD] send a message with IEM/bang
lemonzi42 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 08:44:14 CEST 2012
Try making an abstraction with graph-on-parent enabled and make it the same
size as the bang. Then you can tweak whatever you want inside, use creation
arguments (even on the bang)... I'm using this trick to do synchronized GUI
objects. The only problem is you can't access the properties menu, but you
can still modify the bang if you send it messages like size, color...
It works great for me! Also, if you make the graph-on-parent 2 pixels wider
you will get a kind of "bold" bang, which I find very cool.
2012/6/20 Patrice Colet <colet.patrice at free.fr>
> in a dynamic GUI patching project, I'm using a bang that would destroy
> itself and some other objects that come along with it.
> [bang] is dynamically contructed then bang would need a callback
> abstraction, or a 'settable receive'.
> Maybe such thing would be possible by using a slider instead of a bang,
> and setting max and min value to a number attributed to this graphical
> element, but it makes more sense graphicaly to use a bang for that, we know
> that bang doesn't output anything else than 'bang', so my question is: why
> not telling [bang] to output a message, and using only 'bang' for default?
> Colet Patrice
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