bpatcher 'active' information

Dec 27, 2010 at 9:14pm

bpatcher 'active' information

is there any possibility that the ‘active’ message within a patcher won’t be lost if you make a bpatcher out of it.

so that means: the ‘active’ object triggers a toggle within my patcher if I’m clicking somewhere in this patcher.
this triggering gets lost if I insert the patcher in a bpatcher.
So I’m looking for a way which tells me that a patcher within a certain bpatcher is active.
I can’t explain why I’m looking for that – it’s a bit complicated.

Buttom line: i’m looking for something like the ‘active’ object which works for a certain bpatcher or a patcher within a bpatcher.

Is it possible?
Thanx so much.
Cheers
Peer

#54123
Dec 28, 2010 at 1:09am

the active object can not work in a bpatcher because the patcher is not
opened (active )at all in a window here, but only in the bpatcher object box.

maybe a workaround will suite your application? … think “loadbang” or
mouse over …

#194749
Dec 28, 2010 at 8:39am

Thanx Roman,
I thought the same – doing it with the ‘mousestate’ object and controlling it with the x or/and y position.
The only problem is that the look of my patcher is changing permanently which would force me to change the values regularly. That’s why I’m hesitating to use it.
Maybe I’ll find another solution. I’ll try again today :-)
Thanx anyway.

Cheers
Peer

#194750
Dec 28, 2010 at 1:14pm

Give your [bpatcher] a scripting name and then use [hover] to detect when you’re mousing over it, will that get you any further?

#194751
Dec 28, 2010 at 6:09pm

in fact I think all bpatchers are given a scripting name whether you ask for it or not… re: dealing with pattrstorage if you decide to use it (a way to differentiate between groups of pattrs, each in a similar bpatcher).

#194752
Dec 28, 2010 at 6:44pm

damn Luke, that’s exactly what I was looking for. A perfect replacement for [active] if u have to deal with bpatchers.
it’s a pitty and I don’t know why, but I didn’t get your message in my mailbox so I was struggling the whole day and found a solution with a combination of ‘set’ messages….but for the future this will help me a lot….
thanx so much !!!

#194753
Dec 29, 2010 at 10:10am

Hey Luke,
thanx again man…just used [hover]. it’s great and it helps so much….I’m happy ;-)

#194754

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