[PD] l2ork: SSSAD loads but doesn't save presets
muranyia at gmail.com
Mon Jun 24 16:00:15 CEST 2013
thanks for the tip.
I'm using [presetstore] which writes to [pd presetstore0] (etc...)
subpatches. (BTW, latest s-abstractions don't have [presetstore] any more?)
I've set up the print on receivers, but I guess placing [r $2-SSSAD_ADMIN]
and [r $2-SSSAD] inside the [presetstore] patch was not a good idea because
they didn't receive anything (where to put them then?)
The output looks like this:
SSSAD: list e5/envelope 4 0 79 68 80 69 47 140 46
SSSAD: list e3/envelope 3 0 80 44 80 140 70
SSSAD: list e2/envelope 4 0 38 61 80 94 40 140 80
SSSAD: list e4/envelope 7 0 80 36 65 55 39 76 70 96 38 113 69 140 80
SSSAD: list e1/envelope 2 0 0 140 80
presetstore saving: presetstore6
The other strange sting is that the output only shows the stuff to save for
the envelopes which had sssad "built in" (they are based on an older
version of [s-env] i think), and no data for the numerous objects for which
I have set up sssad myself. They are all calling sssad from the same
location however (no directory prefix, just [sssad]), which is, according
to my search path, is the sssad in s-abstractions.
I'm still lost...
On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 2:49 PM, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 09:42:54PM +0200, András Murányi wrote:
> > 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,
> > 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.
> sssad.pd itself doesn't write anything to disk, so there must be
> something else that's doing the writing. What sssad does is sending
> messages to
> receivers called SSSAD_ADMIN and SSSAD or to semi-global receivers called
> $2-SSSAD_ADMIN and $2-SSSAD for [sssad] objects with a second argument
> different from 0.
> You can try to read and [print] these receivers to debug if no data is
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