[PD] Purr Data rc4

Lucas Cordiviola lucarda27 at hotmail.com
Mon Jan 30 03:53:36 CET 2017

1) Give an example, [canvasinfo] gives me "<pointer>" , using -verbose -stderr, or "(pointer)" using the Purr Data console.
FYI I never used pointers on Pd.
2) Lets skip that.
3) Lets skip, I have to do a new build to test that and it will take around 50min, I will when the new HTML stuff is ready to test.

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From: Jonathan Wilkes <jancsika at yahoo.com>
Sent: Monday, January 30, 2017 1:31 AM
To: Lucas Cordiviola; Alexandre Torres Porres; pd-list at lists.iem.at
Subject: Re: [PD] Purr Data rc4

>>> "ds-slider.pd" is cool, also it can easly be shaped to a circle instead of square, and so on, the new [draw] is cool, but:

>>> how do you send values to [ds-slider]?

>>Where are the values coming from?

> Some saved presets in a list, [text], [coll] ...,  eventually if not possible is ok anyway for other purpose.

There are three ways to do this:
1) Screwing around with pointers.  I have a [canvasinfo] object that can be used
to abstract away the ugliness.  That way the user can just type a send-symbol.  I
can give you an example if you want.
2) Using indices in a ds-array.  Fairly ugly, and not very usable for building simple
graphical interfaces.
3) Using the "canvas" field and putting the [text], [coll], [adc~], etc. *inside* the
scalar.  The is pretty nifty, except for the fact that I just fixed a crasher with it.

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