something like command+F in patches?

May 26, 2006 at 8:27pm

something like command+F in patches?

I get an error message with a project, that says “error: pass no such
object” – the problem is only that i can’t find any pass~ where i
forgot the “~”. But there are quite a few subpatches and
abstractions…
Is there something like a “find and replace” command as editing
function in max, that might help me find the object that causes the
error?

Titus Bellwald

#26173
May 26, 2006 at 9:09pm

There IS a find and replace feature in Max… and it’s Command+F (on
the Mac.) It’s a bit week in my opinion, and I’m guessing you’vre
allready tried this….


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#77836
May 27, 2006 at 3:35am

you could try editing it as a text file.

#77837
May 30, 2006 at 7:16am

Save the patch as text, and open into the texteditor of your choice. I
can recommend TextWrangler for the Mac which is free and powerfull.

Stefan


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#77838
May 30, 2006 at 4:15pm

Hi,
i did inspect it in text format, found no “pass” object (with the “~”
missing) and still get the error first thing on startup of the patch…

Titus Bellwald

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#77839
Jun 1, 2006 at 8:30pm

Just to keep you up to date and to make a fool of myself:
the mysterious “pass”-object has finally been found: while debugging
the project, i found it inside an abstraction – it was hidden behind
the menu bar… shame on me.
Sorry for having bothered you.

Titus Bellwald

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