pattrstorage/bpatcher/matrix


    May 18 2006 | 8:29 am
    De: transition@skynet.be
    Objet:
    Date: 18 mai 2006 10:26:31 GMT+02:00
    Hello,
    I try to send the message "interp matrixctrl off" to a matrix(name
    matrixctrl) in a bpatcher with no success. When I send the same message
    to a matrix (name: matrixctrl2) in the main patch it works, the
    clientwindow report the change, interp goes off. I need to send this
    message because the matrix do not keep the preset during the
    interpolation (from 1. to 2.) if it's not off, so the matrix inside my
    mainpatch do what it's need but not the one in the bpatch which is the
    one i need to do it in my project. See an exemple of the dilema below.
    I must miss something obvious but don't get it even going throug manuel
    >pattr>hubpattr>autopattr
    thanks in advance for any lights
    Franck
    max v2;

    • May 18 2006 | 9:19 am
      My first guess would be a naming conflict. Some words are reserved, and
      naming a matrixctrl "matrixctrl" doesn't sound like a very good idea
      namespace wise. This is probably the reason why matrixctrl2 does work.
      hth, -thijs
    • May 18 2006 | 4:50 pm
      thanks thijs for your suggestion but changing the name of matrixctrl
      (to matrixctrl3 or even tutut3) do not fix the problem.
      Any other ideas?
      Franck
      exemple below
      max v2;
    • May 19 2006 | 12:29 pm
      Hello Franck,
      it seems that you forgot to post the bpatcher "essaipattr" in your example
      patch.
      it would be helpful to understand exactly where is your problem...
      best
      MAthieu Chamagne
    • May 19 2006 | 1:18 pm
      interp "interp bpatcher_name::matrixctrl off"
    • May 21 2006 | 6:15 pm
      Hello mathieu,
      I just discover I miss out your response. Sorry to not respond sooner.
      Meanwhile i fond the solution, sending to a bpatcher from a top level
      patch through pattrstorage needs to send specially to it (interp
      blabla: tagada off) what i was missing.
      Thanks for your reply anyway :-)
      Franck
      franck.beaubois@skynet.be