[PD] Small vanilla suggestions (windows)

IOhannes m zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Sat Dec 15 16:58:17 CET 2018

On 12/15/18 12:18 PM, João Pais wrote:
>> well, originally the instantiation of an object via Ctrl+E was just a
>> side-effect of leaving edit-mode.
> Exactly, but a quite useful one.

but then: it's not gone, is it?

>> i haven't noticed myself (but can confirm) the behaviour that Ctrl+E
>> does not leave edit-mode when currently typing.
> Yes. Also about that, Ctrl+e while typing gets out of the object. In
> Pd-Ext, Ctrl+return closed the object, but didn't escaped it.

i'm not sure i really understand what you mean with "closing objects"
and "escaping objects".

> Which made
> keyboard patching a bit more confortable, as one just types Ctrl+1 and
> continues patching.

well, Ctrl-1 will instantiate the currently-being-edited object and (i
think this is what you mean with "closing the object") and then start a
new one.
no need for Ctrl-Return.


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