lately I am using the mxj object more than I ever thought I would. I am happy with the whole process except for three very frustrating issues.
First is the lack of Ctrl+A (select all) in quickie on a Windows machine. Second is the necessity of re instantiating the object after every compile. Third; although I save my code in Max 5’s java folder, when I re open my patch it decompiles my code using JOODE and I loose the whole structure my code.
Is it me who’s missing something or is it just how it is?
What always happens to me is the following: I come up with a idea, start building a quickie for it. At one moment the object itself becomes too large so I want to copy it into Eclipse. But since Ctrl+A does not work I have to Shift+Page down afterwards copy it to Eclipse.
But I see the point that quickie is meant for quickies