Two bugs I'd like to report: [decide] and subpatcher window problems

    Oct 08 2020 | 5:48 pm
    When I set a new random seed for [decide], the first result is always 0. This does not happen if I use [random 2] instead. I've provided an example to prove it.
    Max Patcher
    In Max, select New From Clipboard.
    Several times, if I'm using Max in Windows 10, when I open a subpatcher in the [p] object, occasionally there's an extra margin to the right of what I'm doing. It also makes it such that if I create a new object, the suggested list covers what I'm typing. The cables also seem to have a little glitch in connecting, but they do work. The fix I've found is to open the Inspector Window, resize the top of the subpatcher window, and close the Inspector window. That seems to always fix the issue. I do not think I've ever had to deal with this issue on the Mac version.

    • Oct 08 2020 | 5:58 pm
      fun fact: in older versions of [decide] under windows any default (system time) seed starts with 1. :)
    • Oct 08 2020 | 6:01 pm
      i forgot to mention that it is 20:01 AM here. :)