[PD] is inlet~ connected?

Jeppi Jeppi jeppiot at hotmail.com
Sun Apr 4 11:52:39 CEST 2021

Superb, works like a charm.
Many thanks Alexandre,
josep m
From: Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: [PD] is inlet~ connected?

here's my trick

inlet~ has an inlet to set a default value when a signal is not connected, so give it a weird and unexpected value and then check if that value is output.

I do that for else/out~ where it distributes the left input to both speakers if no signal is connected to the right input. Clearly, checking for "0" was no good.


Em sáb., 3 de abr. de 2021 às 10:29, Jeppi Jeppi <jeppiot at hotmail.com<mailto:jeppiot at hotmail.com>> escreveu:
Hi all,
I came across a weird requirement and I think it is not possible...but maybe you have a creative workaround: is there a way to know whether an inlet~ is actually connected or whether an inlet~ is or not receiving audio data?
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