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pak problem

October 18, 2006 | 2:05 pm

goodmorning everybody
:-)

i stil dont understand why everytime i load a patch that has "pak"
object in,
this object will always apppear as missing.
I watch then into my max folder and i see that i have this object.
So, why it is not seen by max at the startup?
Any help pretty much appreciated

Thanks

tom


October 18, 2006 | 7:15 pm

check for any max patches or other files with the name "pak" in your search
paths. If you name a file the same as an existing max object you can run
into problems like that.

-thijs

On 10/18/06, tommaso perego wrote:
>
> goodmorning everybody:-)
>
> i stil dont understand why everytime i load a patch that has "*pak*"
> object in,
> this object will always apppear as missing.
> I watch then into my max folder and i see that i have this object.
> So, why it is not seen by max at the startup?
> Any help pretty much appreciated
>
> Thanks
>
> tom
>
>
>
>
>
>


October 19, 2006 | 3:57 pm

thank you
i solved the problem throwing off pak.gif/pak.jpg
that comes with jitter.

by the way now, i’ve lost the preference option menu
and im in very trouble, and i dont know why…

i posted a new thread.

thank you


October 19, 2006 | 9:30 pm

Thijs Koerselman wrote:
> check for any max patches or other files with the name "pak" in your
> search paths. If you name a file the same as an existing max object you
> can run into problems like that.

recently we there was the same problem with the eijies installed, which
had a java class with the same name as a standard max object, I believe
it was mtof or something like that…

It seems there is another feature request for Max 5 – "search on" if it
doesn’t fit, to get rid of most of the fragload errors as well…

Stefan


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October 20, 2006 | 7:55 am

On 19 oct. 06, at 23:30, Stefan Tiedje wrote:

> Thijs Koerselman wrote:
>> check for any max patches or other files with the name "pak" in
>> your search paths. If you name a file the same as an existing max
>> object you can run into problems like that.
>
> recently we there was the same problem with the eijies installed,
> which had a java class with the same name as a standard max object,
> I believe it was mtof or something like that…

I must say, if the ejies are correctly installed (in the C74:/java/
classes folder for the java classes), you won’t have any problem.

Best,
ej


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