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problem with teabox.mxe

November 30, 2006 | 7:05 pm

I everyone! this is my first post..

please help me.. I don’t know how to install teabox.mxe in Max.
is it an external object? In the program folder (..Cycling ’74MaxMSP 4.5) there’s not an ‘external’ folder. is it possible?

where can I find a patch that uses this object? Just to understand how it works whit other elements?

tnx a lot
rock’n'roll

PS.: I’m an italian student.. my goal is to realize an interactive video installation.

byez



f.e
November 30, 2006 | 7:28 pm


November 30, 2006 | 8:58 pm

yep. i know the .pdf.. and other milions of webpages about max & jitter. the problem is: i have not the folder common file and external. maybe some problem with the installation

bye


November 30, 2006 | 9:31 pm


November 30, 2006 | 9:35 pm

hi! tnx for your help..
I’ m a win xp user.. and I’m using MaxMSP v. 4.5


November 30, 2006 | 10:14 pm

Still, you should have a shortcut to the Cycling ‘ 74 folder in your
MaxMSP folder. What I have done myself is to create a new folder inside
the C74 named 3rdPartyExternals, and then I put 3rd party objects in
folders inside of it.

Best,
Trond

Federico wrote:
> hi! tnx for your help..
> I’ m a win xp user.. and I’m using MaxMSP v. 4.5


November 30, 2006 | 10:19 pm


November 30, 2006 | 11:53 pm

Quote: AvenEll wrote on Thu, 30 November 2006 21:05
—————————————————-
> I everyone! this is my first post..
>
> please help me.. I don’t know how to install teabox.mxe in Max.
> is it an external object? In the program folder (..Cycling ’74MaxMSP 4.5) there’s not an ‘external’ folder. is it possible?
>
> where can I find a patch that uses this object? Just to understand how it works whit other elements?
>
> tnx a lot
> rock’n'roll
>
> PS.: I’m an italian student.. my goal is to realize an interactive video installation.
>
> byez
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Hi,

Create an external folder and include it in max search path(options –> file preferences)

Common files folder is under "Program files". Not under Cycling74 folder. So look directly under Program files.


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