Notorious NO SUCH OBJECT Error

    Sep 23 2013 | 6:24 pm
    Keep getting the message "qlist:No Such Object" in the Max window.
    I have upgraded to 6.1.3, deleted preferences in the Application Support folder, and cleared away any other qlist objects I found floating around. Still keeps coming up.

    • Sep 23 2013 | 6:33 pm
      did you ... remove ANYTHING named qlist from your search path ?... (ie, not only object, but any text etc) i have it normally on my macOSX1068max613. Maybe you cleared too much ?... or maybe youa re using max 64 bits, and qlist is not 64 bit compatible yet ? (that i do'nt know)
    • Sep 23 2013 | 8:31 pm
      It's really behaving strangely. Sometimes it'll be ok when I open it and will see the qlist object no problem. Other times it'll give me that error. But I am also getting an intermittent error of #X:No Such Object
      I have no idea what that is or where that may be coming from.
    • Sep 24 2013 | 5:25 pm
      I think I narrowed the problem down. I had my patch stored in a dropbox folder so I could work on it at home and the office. It seems there was something going on with that set-up. I saved the file to another name on my desktop and it now works fine. Not sure what was going on there with it. Perhaps someone could enlighten me.
    • Oct 21 2013 | 2:30 pm
      I have a similar problem with "newobj| beat~: No such object".
      I am very new to MAX and I need to analyze music data and store information of it.
      There are some already existing patches ( which would analyze these parameters but if I put them into the patches path of MAX it just keeps saying e.g. "beat~: No such object". I checked all folders and there just exists this one folder where I put the .mxe files in.
      Also, I use the demo version of MAX, could this deny the use of external patches?
      Thanks in advance, Chriz
    • Oct 22 2013 | 2:14 pm
      Problem solved!
      It is depending on which OS you use. With WIN8 it always crashed, on MAC OSX it now works like a charm!