[PD] packed floats to select object changes the select value
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Sun Sep 20 14:29:07 CEST 2020
> due probably to pd objects' default behaviour of using a second float
> to set the cold inlet.
that's correct. The first inlet of [select] expects a *single* float (or
symbol). The help patch says: "compare floast and symbol".
> Pretty sure this is unwanted behaviour
The behavior has been like this for ages and won't change. If you don't
like it, use another object. You're probably looking for [relay] from
zexy. You can easily make a vanilla version with [list split], [route]
and [list prepend].
On 20.09.2020 13:13, Matt Davey wrote:
> [2 3(
> [sel 2]
> outputs the 2 from the right outlet! Sending a 3 afterwards outputs a
> bang from the left outlet.
> Pretty sure this is unwanted behaviour, due probably to pd objects'
> default behaviour of using a second float to set the cold inlet. In
> this case it is definitely unwanted, and can be the source of some
> very hard to track down bugs.
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