max msp stand alone
Hi everyone… i’ve some questions about stand alone …
in the interface, i would hide the letter "p" before the name of the various subpatch ( for example if i have a patcher object called "p filter", i would see only "filter" )
i have removed max window when patch is loaded… but how can i remove other max menu when the stand alone is loaded?
thanks , bye
For question 2, please see this thread for a complete explanation:
What Noob4Life mentioned, the [menubar] object, is actually a way to control which items are in the menu, not a way to remove the menu altogether (as far as I know).
thanks … the first question is resolved… i’m trying with menubar for hide others menu but i think that it only substitutes present menus… ant…could you post an example about it ? i have not comprehend well what i should do after reading your link…
See below. Note that this is only relevant for Windows. As far as I know, there is no way to remove the top window on a Mac.
Also note that the [deferlow] is necessary. Without it, your standalone would start with the Max window, even if you specifically told it not to via the [standalone] object.
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Not sure if any of this is what you want, but to actually hide the menu bar entirely, you can put the following in message boxes and trigger them:
If you want to hide the title bar, you can use a message to thispatcher, ‘window notitle, window exec’ and ‘window title, window exec’