[PD] send a message with IEM/bang
colet.patrice at free.fr
Wed Jun 20 13:52:56 CEST 2012
That is interesting, in fact, I've alreading made a project like this, a sequencer using one gop per step, I don't think I will do this anymore,
I hate waiting so long when a patch is loading, ;).
Also this trick is like creating a callback abstraction along with the bang that is mapping send name, no need for GOPs to do this.
In fact I don't use gops at all, neither abstractions, only dynamic patching messages.
The purpose of my project is about managing this interface with lesser objects as possible
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> De: "Quim Llimona" <lemonzi42 at gmail.com>
> À: "Patrice Colet" <colet.patrice at free.fr>
> Cc: "pd-list" <pd-list at iem.at>
> Envoyé: Mercredi 20 Juin 2012 08:44:14
> Objet: Re: [PD] send a message with IEM/bang
> 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
> 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
> you will get a kind of "bold" bang, which I find very cool.
> 2012/6/20 Patrice Colet <colet.patrice at free.fr>
> > Hello,
> > 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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