Whatever I wrote earlier is irrelevant. I noticed that no matter WHAT patcher I try to open, whenever I press a DOT on the keyboard (whether inside an object, or the patcher is locked or even in presentation mode) I get the error:
"Choose Resume to Restart Scheduler"
Can anyone please help me out? It’s driving me nuts, as NOTHING appears in the Max Window. If I Resume the scheduler, and then press . again, it happens again and again and again, regardless of which patcher I open, even if I open some of the Cycling ’74 patches from the [examples] folder..
I am running Max/MSP 5.1.6 on Snow Leopard, MacBook. I have to note that I had never encountered this error before upgrading to Snow Leopard a couple of days ago, maybe that’s got something to do with it?
ok – it even happens if I have NO patcher loaded: I just load MaxMSP, then I press a dot, and I get that message. If I press Cmd+R to resume the scheduler, and I press the dot again, it happens again.
I found out that I can disable stopping the scheduler, but I am not sure how wise that is – will it cause any problems?
Pressing command+. disables the scheduler. This has been a feature for a very long time. Since Max 5 however you can disable the shortcut in the Preferences->Debugging->Disable Scheduler Stopping.
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