I’d need to know if there would be a smooth solution to manipulate bpatchers with JS.
Indeed, I’m creating bpatcher, "filling" them with a patch and it gives errors in Max window BUT it works. So these errors drive me to say I could make a mistake or what.
var myObject = this.patcher.newdefault(x, y, "bpatcher", "@varname", "name" + z, "@presentation", 1);
Something else, message to bpatcher.
I knew about sendbox messages to [thispatcher], also about message() function to object from JS.
But what should I do in the case where I don’t have any connection to my bpatcher ?
Actually, I don’t want to connect them and only want to control their creation/move etc using JS.
Is there a smooth way ?
myObject.patching_rect(x +"400 100 100");
myObject.message("patching_rect", x +"400 100 100");
No luck with those.
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