wacom object crash in max 4.6

Aug 22, 2006 at 11:50am

wacom object crash in max 4.6

hi all
I’ve been trying to build a patch with jean-marc’s wacom object in max 4.6, on a mac powerbook g4 1.5 running osx 10.4.7.
Max crashes whenever I try to instantiate the object. I used the ppc version of course. In the file preferences I specificaly pointed max to a folder containing only the wacom object, to isolate the problem. The only other thing I can think of is that I also still have max 4.5.7 installed (both versions are with jitter), but this isn’t supposed to make any difference..

Did anyone else encounter this problem?
Even if not, I’d love to hear ideas of how to solve this, it really got me stuck.
-na

#27246
Aug 22, 2006 at 2:16pm

did you install CFM support for 4.6?

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On Aug 22, 2006, at 7:50 AM, Nadav Assor wrote:

>
> hi all
> I’ve been trying to build a patch with jean-marc’s wacom object in
> max 4.6, on a mac powerbook g4 1.5 running osx 10.4.7.
> Max crashes whenever I try to instantiate the object. I used the
> ppc version of course. In the file preferences I specificaly
> pointed max to a folder containing only the wacom object, to
> isolate the problem. The only other thing I can think of is that I
> also still have max 4.5.7 installed (both versions are with
> jitter), but this isn’t supposed to make any difference..
>
> Did anyone else encounter this problem?
> Even if not, I’d love to hear ideas of how to solve this, it
> really got me stuck.
> -na

#82244
Aug 22, 2006 at 5:53pm

yeah. :(

#82245

jmc
Aug 23, 2006 at 12:40pm

Hi,

In fact, the PPC version doesn’t work with Max/MSP 4.6 (but only with older versions of Max/MSP).

You need to use the UB version with Max/MSP 4.6, even if you are on PowerPC.

It works fine on my computer (powerbook G4 1.5gHz, 10.3.9).

You can find it at :

http://www.maxobjects.com/?v=objects&id_objet=1008

direct link:

http://www.jmcouturier.com/download.html

I’ve just put a read me file to clear up the ambiguity.

Jean-Michel

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