[PD] How to get off verbose mode?

Pagano, Patrick patrick.pagano at uconn.edu
Wed Dec 27 18:04:32 CET 2017


i just experienced this on a 386 build i did for raspi/pd/sc devel

once i set it it's on even though i set the verbose on the cli

Patrick Pagano B.S, M.F.A

Assistant Professor in Residence

Digital Media & Design

Web & Interactive Technologies

University of Connecticut, Stamford


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IMO the startup flags like this should *not* be saved or be added to the existing settings when saving. They should only act as overrides to the settings. This is true for a number of flags such as -path for which I have a fix on Github: https://github.com/pure-data/pure-data/pull/153

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Setting the -verbose flag adds it to the startup flags and if you *save*
the settings the flag is saved as well

In fact, on Linux at least, you don't even need to *save* the settings:
clicking "Apply" or "OK" buttons of Path and Startup dialogs "auto"-saves
(all) the settings.

to pd-devs:
if this is intended, maybe:
- Audio and Midi could do as well, instead of their current "Save all
settings" buttons
- "Preferences/Save all Preferences" menu entry could be removed.

Dan Wilcox

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