Edition of presets in pattrstorage's storagewindow: possible?

    Sep 02 2009 | 9:50 am
    I see it is possible to change values in storagewindow's slots but they go back to previous state afterwards. Is there a way to keep the changes?
    Also, what is the first column with checkboxes for? Is it of any use for that matter?
    Thank you in advance for helping.
    Roald Baudoux

    • Sep 03 2009 | 5:38 am
      RabidRaja wrote on Wed, 02 September 2009 23:07As far as I understand, the pattrstorage editing window allows you to edit simply because it's easier to have all your data in a list and go down the list and change parameters than to have to click on different number-boxes/UI/data objects and set them... especially if they are all in different sub-patchers. Even though you are editing right there within pattrstorage's window, you STILL need to use a store message to store those changes into pattrstorage.
      Not exactly correct. Edits made in the psto STORAGEwindow are auto-stored (the changes are made directly to the storage slot). Changes made in the psto CLIENTwindow are sent directly to the client object. STORAGEwindow changes will need to be written to disk, although they function just fine for the life of the patch ('writeagain' is your friend). CLIENTwindow changes need to be stored within a preset, as Raja mentioned.
    • Sep 03 2009 | 7:20 am
      RabidRaja wrote on Wed, 02 September 2009 16:07 The checkboxes are there so that you can turn off the recall of presets for certain objects and not others(not sure why you'd want to do that other than for debugging purposes)...
      Is there a command to check/uncheck directly to pattr or pattrstorage? That would be handy when recalling, since every attribute is in the same pattrstorage... you might want to interpolate between two slots but leave one otherwise-changing attribute the same, for a particular effect.
    • Sep 03 2009 | 9:00 am
      Thank you everyone for these informations about pattrstorage (they are not in the documentation, are they?).
      Roald Baudoux