[PD] purr data 2.1.1

Scott R. Looney scottrlooney at gmail.com
Sat Mar 11 20:06:27 CET 2017

hey Jonathan - i would love to work with this for my purposes, but
currently i have to be limited to objects for vanilla. is there a way at
all to do this, since your original goal was to make l2Ork's new features
accessible to all platforms? ideally i'd just like a superior vanilla PD
editing environment with undo capability, but not have access to the
advanced objects, or just be able to delete anything not integral to the
editing process so i don't accidentally use it. any of this possible or are
some objects fundamentally changed in your environment so much that cross
compatibility is not possible?


On Sat, Mar 11, 2017 at 7:48 AM, Jonathan Wilkes via Pd-list <
pd-list at lists.iem.at> wrote:

> Purr Data 2.1.1 is out.
> https://git.purrdata.net/jwilkes/purr-data-binaries/tree/master
> I added a "dropdown" widget to the "Put" menu.  The interface
> isn't yet stable, but it should be usable if people want to play
> with it.
> Changes:
> * normalized range for `[bendin]` (keep old behavior under legacy flag)
> * added "mouseenter" and "mouseleave" events for data structures
> * fixed "Recent Files" under Windows
> * cleaned up documentation in repo
> * fix for `[midiclkin]` (#255)
> * added "l2ork_version" message for `[pdinfo]`
> * make loader search order the same as Pd Vanilla
> * fixed cord inspector font size
> * silence spurious error when autopatching a signal object
> * added a `[dropdown]` object for choosing a value for an atom box
> (interface not stable yet)
> * made gatom resizable by click-dragging in edit mode
> * added "<ctrl-mousewheel>" for zooming
> * added solarized and inverted solarized gui presets
> * fixed mycanvas stroke color updates
> * improvements to mode 4 of intelligent patching
> * fixed "<Delete>" not deleting a selected object on some systems
> -Jonathan
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