[PD] l2ork: SSSAD loads but doesn't save presets
muranyia at gmail.com
Mon Jun 24 13:06:19 CEST 2013
Yes this is with l2ork and it works in Vanilla (haven't tested in Extended
as it's not set up yet).
The problem started a few weeks ago and I cannot recall what change I may
have made to the system, because it took me some time to notice the problem.
It can easily be a symptom specific to my setup, the weird thing is that
there are no console errors, and that the whole setup has been reset
(except for the pd-externals folder, but SSSAD itself was reset too).
I'll look into preset_hub and co but right now I wish to make music instead
of rewriting patches... but of course this is the life of a pd'er. :o)
So, any hint how to track this down would be highly appreciated.
On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 11:57 PM, Ivica Bukvic <ico at vt.edu> wrote:
> Is this in pd-l2ork? Up until recently in L2Ork we relied upon sssad
> exclusively for our preset needs, so I am fairly sure it works fine over
> here. I haven't tested it with latest version of pd-l2ork yet, though. That
> said, if you are using pd-l2ork why not use preset_hub and preset_node
> instead? It does everything sssad does and way more, like saving presets
> with the patch as well as ability to use multiple instances of the same
> abstraction and have its member nodes differentiated from each other. HTH
> On Jun 23, 2013 3:52 PM, "András Murányi" <muranyia at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Dear List,
>> I've been having a problem with SSSAD for a few weeks: it's able to load
>> presets, but when it comes to saving, an empty state is written (i mean, it
>> does write but it overwrites the previous content of the preset with
>> nothingness). The example patches don't work either.
>> There are no errors in the console and I have also overwritten the whole
>> SSSAD folder with a newly downloaded one, still no joy.
>> Tested in vanilla and it works.
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