I use pattr to bind to a remote variable. In this little patch I want to
store the bindto target and its range mapping. What I DON'T want to store is
the value inside the [pattr] object, because it reflects a remote value.
Problem: I can't exclude the [pattr] object from the parent system that is
used to store the other named objects in the patch.
Is there a way to exclude a pattr object? (autopattr 2nd outlet doesn't work
like it does with regular named objects)
workaround 1: put the actual [pattr] somewhere else and work with s/r pairs.
This is not a solution I like, because I'm talking about a lot of parameters
workaround 2: put pattr in a subpatch and block the parent pattrsystem by
putting a "dummy" pattrstorage inside the subpatcher containing the [pattr].
Not very pretty either....
I'd love to hear a clean way of doing this. Hope I make sense.