p.storage 5 release - communicate with pattrstorage


    Jul 01 2008 | 8:55 am
    p.storage is an abstraction/interface for communicating with pattrstorage.
    I've radically updated it from the max 4 version and the 'beta' version
    that I posted a couple of weeks ago and consider it ready for releasing.
    what you get in p.storage (and why not call it version 5.0?):
    - store, replace, insert, delete, copy, and move presets;
    - change the locked status of presets;
    - change the active settings for pattrs;
    - edit preset names;
    - edit aliases;
    - search and locate pattrs using aliases or pathnames;
    - search for presets;
    - manage subscription lists;
    - oh, and three groovy interface options!
    As always, I'd appreciate feedback. comments suggestions bugs etc. or even
    nice to know if anyone really uses p.storage...
    You can download p.storage for max 5 and the previous version for max 4
    from:
    I hope you find it useful.
    pelado

    • Jul 01 2008 | 12:41 pm
      i'm looking forward to learning how to use this and pattr, et al within the near future so i appreciate the work.
    • Jul 02 2008 | 3:30 pm
      Just as I thought I'd finished p.storage for the time being, a whole bunch
      of things came to my attention. I'm sure you guys at cycling know what I
      mean? I've now updated a number of things in it, so apologies to anyone
      that has already downloaded it, but the new version is now available and has
      a number of fixes. It's available from my website here:
      I'm seriously hoping that this will be it for a while, I'm starting to dream
      in presets. But, if you do come across anything please let me know..
      pelado
      what you get in p.storage (and why not call it version 5.0?):
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      > - store, replace, insert, delete, copy, and move presets;
      > - change the locked status of presets;
      > - change the active settings for pattrs;
      > - edit preset names;
      > - edit aliases;
      > - search and locate pattrs using aliases or pathnames;
      > - search for presets;
      > - manage subscription lists;
      > - oh, and three groovy interface options!
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