finally, a simple patch that shows i'm not crazy

Sep 26, 2006 at 3:35am

finally, a simple patch that shows i'm not crazy

Hi Ali,

> //post(“adding arg: “,n, “
> “);

Max/MSP 4.5.5 (XP+SP2) doesn’t like the above lines: unterminated string
literal. When I remove the linefeed and try again, all the boxes behave
the same way – mostly 10′s with the occasional 9 (all synchronized). I
haven’t checked all the instances, but each one I have checked has
appeared to be correct.

Jon

#27794
Sep 26, 2006 at 4:57am

I should have mentioned that yes, I have tried re-opening the patch as
your text advises… behavior is the same every time.

Jon

#84558
Sep 26, 2006 at 6:26am

hi jon,
as i said, i noticing this kind of thing with 4.6;
so if you’re usin 4.5.5 and it all works, then that supports what i’ve experienced.
i’m also using os x, i suspect that this kind of thing behaves differently on xp, in this case perhaps better.

a

#84559
Sep 26, 2006 at 6:31am

ah, and for what it’s worth,
since the scripting errors suggest that max’s tryin to connect boxes before they exist, i adjusted the .js to add delays between making boxes and connections; now things work much better on my system.

what gets me is, 1) this worked just fine in 4.5.7 on PPC (can someone try?) and 2) i haven’t noticed the same problems with my older-school scripting-made abstractions that use Max and not js to send messages to “thispatcher”.

poor js.

a

#84560
Sep 26, 2006 at 8:00am

On 26 sept. 06, at 08:31, Ali Momeni wrote:

> what gets me is, 1) this worked just fine in 4.5.7 on PPC (can someone
> try?)

I just tried, before I install 4.6.2 (now that seq is probably
working!), with 4.5.7 on ppc, under X.3.9:

no errors in the Max window,
all bangs are flashing,
number box are almost always at 10, sometimes flashing in sync to 9

> and 2) i haven’t noticed the same problems with my older-school
> scripting-made abstractions that use Max and not js to send messages
> to “thispatcher”.
>
> poor js.

Yes (it gave me some troubles yesterday!), but quite usefull though.

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