filepath: no such object


    Sep 12 2006 | 3:22 pm
    I'm getting a "no such object" message for filepath. I haven't updated anything recently (I'm running 4.5.7 OS 10.4.7) and I've checked for older versions in the search path. I did have two versions, the one in the C74 Plug-ins Support folder being a few months newer than that in the regular Externals folder, but replacing the older version hasn't changed anything. Doing a Finder 'Get Info' on filepath showed it to be mapped to an old Classic Max app, but changing it back to Max 4.5 hasn't changed anything either - this couldn't be a Classic version, could it - the created date is 6/3/06 !? cheers Roger

    • Sep 16 2006 | 5:10 am
      ROGER CARRUTHERS wrote: I had a similar issue with a standard object which was just misspelled, Max seems to be picky now in terms of being case sensitive...
      I even had an issue with a #1 = "collName", though it was spelled correctly, and would load in the main patch, the subpatcher coll tried and failed to load "collname" though the box read "collName" the textwindow would read "collname" (and was empty). Unfortunately I couldn't reproduce it. The offending coll was within a poly~ and after restarting Max it worked again...
      Stefan
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    • Sep 17 2006 | 11:06 am
      I had the same problem in Max 4.5.7. Doing a bit of search revealed that Max text file named filepath was present inside the Max 4.5 folder. Deleting it seems to have solved the problem for me.
      Best, Trond
      ROGER CARRUTHERS wrote: > I'm getting a "no such object" message for filepath. I > haven't updated anything recently (I'm running 4.5.7 > OS 10.4.7) and I've checked for older versions in the > search path. > I did have two versions, the one in the C74 Plug-ins > Support folder being a few months newer than that in > the regular Externals folder, but replacing the older > version hasn't changed anything. > Doing a Finder 'Get Info' on filepath showed it to be > mapped to an old Classic Max app, but changing it back > to Max 4.5 hasn't changed anything either - this > couldn't be a Classic version, could it - the created > date is 6/3/06 !? > cheers > Roger >
    • Sep 21 2006 | 7:42 am
      Thank you so much, that's exactly what it was! I suspect it was generated by the Tconvolution object or plug-in, because it contained the file path to an impulse response. If this is the case then it's a pretty serious bug, which needs sorting. I wasn't finding it with Spotlight because I was expecting to see a Max external, not a text file, cheers Roger
    • Sep 21 2006 | 7:53 am
      Yes, that is probably right. I have been playing around with the tconvolution external to, and the file contained the file path to the impulse response used.
      Best, Trond
      roger.carruthers wrote: > Thank you so much, that's exactly what it was! > I suspect it was generated by the Tconvolution object or plug-in, because it contained the file path to an impulse response. If this is the case then it's a pretty serious bug, which needs sorting. > I wasn't finding it with Spotlight because I was expecting to see a Max external, not a text file, > cheers > Roger