I built with success an mxo object and stored it in a max recognized path .
When I use it in a new patch, the object is well recognized,
but when I recall the stored patch,
the object is not recognized any more ( it appears with another color and lost inlets and outlets).
At that point, when I load my mxo with menu item File/Install,
it works again ?!?
Any reason for that ?
Is there a way to avoid that ?
Thanks for help and support
sdk : 5.1.7
xcode : 3.2 or 4.0 both the same result !
You did put the external in the search path, didn’t you?
I indeed put the external in the search path at the sdk 5.1.7 level including subforlders,
(option / file preferences)
where both the physical mxo and the patch are stored.
What I deed for a week or two, is installing latest version of Max 5 1 9,
but no idea if it is related
I also have M4L installed and a lot of externals from the community.
Everything under OSX10.6.
As I said, when the mxo has been loaded once, either in design mode or with file install (menu item),
the object is recognized.
If I recall a stored patch, it is not recognized any more :
the object shows all inlet and outlet connections but color is different like greyed,
If I delete it in the existing patch + apple Z (undo) then the object looses all inlets and outlets connection.
So with a new patch, it would work, but if recreated in the same patch not ?!?
The same behaviour occurs with simple object like sdk’s sample "simplemax"
Thanks a lot for your support
I forgot to mention that it only occurs with objects compiled by myself.
If this is related to compiler or xcode settings, could you please help me,
I am more from the dot net world…
Any link to standard xcode settings for max externals ?
Thanks for your help
The answer is : patcher name should not be object name !
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