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jit.change report attribute not working?

August 10, 2008 | 7:21 pm

I can’t get jit.change to accurately report changes out of its right outlet.

When report is set to 1, it sometimes constantly sends out "report 1", other times constantly "report 0". But it never has any relationship to whether any frames are actually being passed.

Could somebody else check and confirm this (or not). Or maybe I’m doing something wrong, but I can’t imagine what.

Max 5.0.4, MacBook Pro, OS X 10.5.4


August 10, 2008 | 9:27 pm

1 frame at the time can pass or not, so I dont think it will ever
report any other number than 1 or 0. If you want to know how many
frames have been passed or stopped just start counting the frames in
each state (1-0).
JS

On 10-Aug-08, at 3:21 PM, pseudostereo wrote:

>
> I can’t get jit.change to accurately report changes out of its
> right outlet.
>
> When report is set to 1, it sometimes constantly sends out "report
> 1", other times constantly "report 0". But it never has any
> relationship to whether any frames are actually being passed.
>
> Could somebody else check and confirm this (or not). Or maybe I’m
> doing something wrong, but I can’t imagine what.
>
> Max 5.0.4, MacBook Pro, OS X 10.5.4


August 11, 2008 | 5:08 am

Nope, all I wanted to know was whether a frame has been passed or not.

But I reread the reference, and I see my mistake – jit.change reports a 0 when a frame is passed, and a 1 when it’s not. I thought it was the reverse, which got me confused.

Seems to me it would make more sense the other way round, but whatever.


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