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June 8, 2007 | 11:44 am



dnz
June 10, 2007 | 12:54 pm

hi,

any one has any ideas why sprintf is causing maxmsp 4.6.3 to crash,
under the new os.x 10.4.9 combo installed on my ibook g4 1.33ghz? it
seems also like the folder object is not working correctly i.e the
object doesn’t have any inputs or outputs.

once i had a comment on max window that regexp is not supported or
wrong version is use or something like that. I’ve still max 4.5.7
installed and would like to upgrade to 4.6.3.

any ideas?

dennis


June 10, 2007 | 1:02 pm

On 10 juin 07, at 14:54, Sonic Kooking wrote:

> hi,
>
> any one has any ideas why sprintf is causing maxmsp 4.6.3 to crash,
> under the new os.x 10.4.9 combo installed on my ibook g4 1.33ghz?
> it seems also like the folder object is not working correctly i.e
> the object doesn’t have any inputs or outputs.
>
> once i had a comment on max window that regexp is not supported or
> wrong version is use or something like that. I’ve still max 4.5.7
> installed and would like to upgrade to 4.6.3.

Can you provide a patch which demonstrate the crash? Anyway,
upgrading to 4.6.3 can be a good idea.

ej



dnz
June 10, 2007 | 1:10 pm

hi,

strange. but it worked again.

what i did was to delete the file preferences and now everything
works. folder is recognise and sprintf works. hmmm… maybe it was
falsely link or something. anyway thanks.

dnz
Am 10.06.2007 um 15:02 schrieb Emmanuel Jourdan:

> On 10 juin 07, at 14:54, Sonic Kooking wrote:
>
>> hi,
>>
>> any one has any ideas why sprintf is causing maxmsp 4.6.3 to
>> crash, under the new os.x 10.4.9 combo installed on my ibook g4
>> 1.33ghz? it seems also like the folder object is not working
>> correctly i.e the object doesn’t have any inputs or outputs.
>>
>> once i had a comment on max window that regexp is not supported or
>> wrong version is use or something like that. I’ve still max 4.5.7
>> installed and would like to upgrade to 4.6.3.
>
> Can you provide a patch which demonstrate the crash? Anyway,
> upgrading to 4.6.3 can be a good idea.
>
> ej


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