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[pattrstorage]'s storenext and slot names

November 3, 2009 | 4:36 pm

[pattrstorage]‘s storenext message is very handy, but would be even more usefull if it would accept a slotname argument like store does.
And if [pattrstorage] would output the slot number used by storenext.

Without this, it’s a bit difficult to use storenext and slot names.

Or is there some ugly (or even nice) trick I didn’t discover yet?

p


November 3, 2009 | 6:32 pm

you could use the "getcurrent" message which outputs the used slot number when storing ( or recalling ) a preset. you can then use the "getslotname" message

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Patrick Delges wrote on Tue, 03 November 2009 17:36[pattrstorage]‘s storenext message is very handy, but would be even more usefull if it would accept a slotname argument like store does.
And if [pattrstorage] would output the slot number used by storenext.

Without this, it’s a bit difficult to use storenext and slot names.

Or is there some ugly (or even nice) trick I didn’t discover yet?

p


November 4, 2009 | 8:02 am

getcurrent! Of course.

Thanks karrrlo.


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