Is it possible to have more than one arguement in the name of a value object?

    Dec 11 2010 | 3:49 pm
    Working on a Max4Live device that gets and stores all the IDs in a Live Set. Then sets up observers for all the functions.
    I've got my naming system down and everything abstracted out. So I've got subpatches which use say a Device ID and set-up functions to you can call on the device. I've got 4 devices set up so one argument 0, one arguement 2, one arguement 3. Send, receive and value objects within the abstractions are then named things like (value ---_#1_device_name). This works great at this level.
    However, with devices you need to go down a further level as it were and put subpatches in for the parameters. So, what I'd like to have within the above mentioned device subpatch would be 8 copies of a parameter subpatch set with two arguements the first the device number, the second the parameter number. Value objects could then be named something like (value ---_#1_#2_parameter_name).
    This doesn't seem to work though. I can't seem to get a value, send or receive object to load up with more than one arguement in it's name.
    I'm I missing something obvious? Has anyone figured out any work arounds for such things?

    • Dec 12 2010 | 3:18 pm
    • Dec 13 2010 | 9:22 pm
      some workaround like this might do the trick... that is if I understand the problem correctly. I don't use M4L myself so I used #0 rather than "---":