I have a patch wich contains 128 sends and 128 receives in total. These are all in pairs of one receive and one send.
About 5 or 6 of them are not working:
I send a message trough them with the word ‘replace’ prepended (as in the object [prepend replace]) and for some reason this isn’t received by the receives of the malfunctioning cases.
When i bypass the prepend object it works perfectly for some reason.
This system is used 64 times and for all the other ones it works perfectly with replace prepended.
I would post the patch if it wasn’t so big so you could try to reproduce it but maybe someone has experience with this problem and can suggest a solution without reproducing.
I think it has something to do with the fact that I’m using so many sends and receives in one patch but replacing them with cables would be terror.
i had trouble with (send) and [receive] before, plus the msp ones. the problem i had was that one or two were accidentally labeled wrong, either being from a slip of my finger on another key or something similar.
i have had patches with have many-a-send. but have not run into problems with the objects themselves, more just a problem of me labeling wrong.
my best bet, which sounds cack. is go through each different send etc, and just check if any labeled wrong [same with the receive as well, also a good way to check send and the such is double-clicking on them, a little window pops up to see if it making any connection to a receive and visa-versa.
hope this helped, but as i said, i have not had that sort of problem with the object, only my own mistakes…
Thanks for your suggestion but I’ve checked the labeling very good. When i double click on the sends and receives I can see their sending or receiving buddys.
I even tried making a receive right next to the send in case wich has the exact same result.
But as I already mentioned, when i dont prepend ‘replace’ to them message it works fine.