What happens is :
-if i send a 0. float message to the right inlet, the phase does not, never ever, go to its position 0. as i would expect
-if i plug a signal in the phase inlet, if it's a 0 then the cycle~ goes to its phase position 0 at the time of plugging the cable. But then, even though the signal is still there, and it's still a 0, the cycling goes on, and the phase is soon no longer 0.
-if i unplug the signal and play with a [flonum], the phase changes, but i don't understand how or why.
I suspect it's more me understanding things wrongly than a real bug. It's as if, for an incoming signals, there was a built-in [change] in that phase inlet. And for floating numbers, i really really don't know. It's a problem when i use a cycle ~ at very low frequencies and want to reset the phase at will. As always, any help would be more heartily welcome !