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jit.catch~ limited to 8 channels?

May 22, 2006 | 7:29 pm

Hello, possible bug?

the documentation does not say (at least in the html help file for
jit.catch~ , but trying to instantiate a [jit.catch~ 12 ] only
results in 8 inlets, for any number of channels greater than 8.
Documentation does not mention a specific 8 channel limitation?

Bug:

Powerbook G4 1.64, 10.4.6, QT 7.1, 1.5Gb Ram
Max/MSP 4.5.7, Jitter 1.5.2

Instantiating a jit.catch~ with more than 8 channels results in a
functioning jit.catch~ object with *only* 8 channels. Any channel
number below 8 works, anything above 8 does results in only 8 inlets

Steps to reproduce:

Instantiate a jit.catch~ 9, and only 8 inlets are created.

Expected behaviour

9 inlets are created.

The objects functions just fine however.

Thanks,

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May 22, 2006 | 7:45 pm

I forgot to mention, the obvious workaround is to use… more than
one jit.catch~, but it caught me off guard and I figured id mention it.

btw, I just really discovered using the new 1.5 jitter msp~ bridge
objects. holy fuck, im having so much fun… thanks!

v a d e //

http://www.vade.info
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