I’m trying to work around a current bug in the intersection of Max and Apple’s latest Java MIDI support – see http://cycling74.com/forums/topic.php?id=24092 .
My question is whether there is a way to make Max (and specifically a standalone built with Max) *not* automatically create the "to MaxMSP" and "from MaxMSP" virtual MIDI devices on the Mac? I know I can delete them with the following code, but I’m trying to prevent them from being created in the first place…
----------begin_max5_patcher---------- 279.3oc2RFrRDCCDF9bxSQHdstzTc21pm7AnfvdztHYSmcMRSRIIEptru61l 1J6IYuTA8RBy+el+Y3ibBin6McfiRdf7BAgNgQnfzf.ZpFQU7NQM2EdFUANG +HPiF87PmOn+Xo8lsEjJnF7fT2XrdRI0aHE7thsOSRJoDgwBJYkbt4ZoFDlV cHgjIQSquOB+GMv3ZQojcSVMbu3Mo93qVP3Gcy1rJNhvRSCW4gpj9hu6QVEV Oy92uMadtGLZulqBCf9jUxqmczsJote7tK2ndwwkJnxtHDm7yPHr3UwCpmw3 ginElkrEkk2cMrL+OIK6G8DLOXMpk9q45A.lmEvH69ehlo+inIaIo457qfla 9snIYG9L9KPStlzN -----------end_max5_patcher-----------
On the other hand I would like to know if there is a way to make them appear ;) I can’t find them in the first place !
Are they only created on the Mac version ??
Yes, they are only automatically created on the Mac – I’m not sure that there is a built in function in the Windows OS that allows for it, unlike CoreMIDI on the Mac.
It would be nice to have a preference for switching the creation of virtual ports on/off like eg. in Bidule. I’ve asked for this some time ago but didn’t get a definite answer from cycling. It’s probably hard-wired in some legacy code.
Ok thanks for your answer Dan ! I have just installed Midi Yoke to get some virtual links.
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