After building a lot of stuff from tutorials and poking around devices from M4L.com, I've decided to build a preset manager that works well on Push; a bunch of buttons that each eat up an encoder on Push is not going to work.
I'd like to use a live.dial to recall presets and I have indeed looked at WhiteBox's lovely knob for doing so, but I'd rather not have to memorize [what number = what preset]...
I have worked out how to give names to preset slots in pattrstorage, but I'd like those names to show up on Push.
There are some pretty ugly ways to make that happen, like destroying/recreating the live.dial whenever something in pattrstorage changes. Eww.
Since I am fairly new to M4L, I don't know all of the sneaky little undocumented* stuff. I'd like to somehow "hijack" the live.dial's output before it gets sent to Push (or any control surface, I suppose)
I have a pretty solid js/jQuery background from doing web stuff, but forget about C or Java.
*apparently C74 has no plans to release full docs -- I've read that a lot here