Audio Control DSP Status in standalones

May 14, 2008 at 11:10pm

Audio Control DSP Status in standalones

Hi all,

I just wanted to know how can I integrate a DSP Status into my standalone.

When I try to open it I get “no ubu menu” error messages

#37786
May 15, 2008 at 2:47am

Try using use “include [path to DSP status patcher here]” in the buildscript – but I didn’t ever need to do it myself… max just seemed to take care of it. But wait – DSP Status should not have an ubumenu in it… have you modified yours? Or maybe the problem is somewhere else. please elaborate to get more help.

#130743
May 15, 2008 at 9:04am

This is probably a problem related to Max?MSP 5.

Any solutions out there?

When I tried the include DSP status I was not able to open the window at all.

#130744
May 15, 2008 at 11:18am

On 15 mai 08, at 11:04, Dimitris Maronidis wrote:

>
> This is probably a problem related to Max?MSP 5.
>
> Any solutions out there?

Try adding an abstraction to your patch called “DSP Status” with the
quotes. and it will include every objects necessary for it. I didn’t
try though.

ej

#130745
May 15, 2008 at 11:31am

Well,

this works but the question now is how can I open the window by sending just a bang?

I wand the abstraction to be hidden.

I managed to incorporate a DSP statud from max/msp 4.6.3 but I dont think that this is a real solution to my problem

Also when I go to About Max menu I get an epty window with (fpic) message

#130746
May 15, 2008 at 2:01pm

Also another question….

If I wand to use a specific Font in a text box in my standalone how can I ensure that this will be used correctly in other computers that might not have this font installed?

#130747
May 15, 2008 at 2:15pm

On 15 mai 08, at 16:01, Dimitris Maronidis wrote:

> Also another question….
>
> If I wand to use a specific Font in a text box in my standalone how
> can I ensure that this will be used correctly in other computers
> that might not have this font installed?

Either you uses images, or you provide the font with the standalone
(which probably means that you need to make an installer, in order to
make sure that the font will be properly installed).

ej

#130748
May 15, 2008 at 2:24pm

Can I create an installer within max/msp?

#130749
May 15, 2008 at 2:35pm

On 15 mai 08, at 16:24, Dimitris Maronidis wrote:

> Can I create an installer within max/msp?

No. You’ll have to use platform specific installer applications that
comes with the OS such as PackageMaker on Mac.

ej

#130750
May 15, 2008 at 3:03pm

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