outlet_rm: wasn't in table

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    Cycling '74
    Jun 07 2009 | 11:24 pm
    any way to consistently not get these message when using [pvar] and closing your patches?
    they are really annoying me

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      Cycling '74
      Jun 07 2009 | 11:45 pm
      problems mostly with [prepend] boxes
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      Cycling '74
      Jun 08 2009 | 11:29 am
      nobody else seeing this?
      it's semi-repeatable and so annoying!
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      Tj Shredder
      Jun 15 2009 | 9:29 pm
      Your patch creates it repeatable for me. Looks like a bug, maybe send it as well to support, though its claimed that the forum is monitored, but without a direct feedback from cycling I wouldn't count on it...
      Stefan
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      Emmanuel Jourdan
      Jun 15 2009 | 11:49 pm
      As far as I can tell, pvar only works with UI objects. In your example, the prepend object has its scripting name set to speed, which causes the post in the Max window to appear.
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      Cycling '74
      Jun 16 2009 | 3:52 pm
      I see nothing to say that the use of [pvar] objects is restricted to being associated with only certain types of objects. Indeed, that is not how I've been using it!
      The [prepend] object has its name set to 'speed' because that's how [pvar] works. The inlets and outlets of a [pvar] object are associated with the inlets and outlets of the named object.
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      In Max, select New From Clipboard.
      For example, this patch does not repeatedly produce the error: