what I’ve understood so far.
there’s some object that just stores values and need a bang later to output those values.
there’s some others that "hot inlet" triggers values.
[rslider] for example, when sending to it a list to its "hot inlet", it just store the list and show it, but will not output until it gets bang.
[pack], for example, it output immediately whatever values it gets in its "hot inlet".
so, (if above is true) my question is
how can I know which object behave which way?
looking up everytime ref. is really time consuming, pain in the ass….
On 05-mai-08, at 15:10, djeho wrote:
> how can I know which object behave which way?
Normally, if you send a message to the leftmost inlet, it will trigger
the output, unless the message starts with "set". Sending a message to
other inlets shouldn’t trigger anything. It is the case for [pack], but
also for [rslider] and for [+ 0].
> looking up everytime ref. is really time consuming, pain in the ass….
Spending time is the only way to learn Max. Sorry!!
it was because of "set" message that it didn’t output.
‘great to know that…
if not, I spend lots of time in Max lately, I’ll spend more then! :)
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