sorry if this was discussed ages ago :
As the doc says so, is there any reason that a pattrstorage object in
a top-level patcher could not be able to reflect the priorities of
pattr obejcts being loaded from abstractions or subpatchers ?
It would be so useful, when pattr-priority is essential for your DSP
module to work great (in other words, the order in wich you recall
parameters is essential for your module to work properly), if a large
patch containing a lot of those modules could be quickly stored into
a global pattrstorage (a session) without problems (due to the
priority of parameters, sorry, again :).
You follow me ?