What I will never understand about poly~


    Jul 14 2012 | 12:51 pm
    Why doesn't the poly~ object automatically update the number of ins/outs when the encapsulated patcher is edited?
    When I double-click on the poly~ after editing ins/outs, the changes are obviously there - so why do I have to close the original patch, then reopen, to reflect the changes?
    I don't get this. Please tell me I missed something.

    • Jul 14 2012 | 1:03 pm
      it could be that this is intended, because in one point there i a difference
      beetween poly~ and other subpatchers such as bpatchers or subpatchers:
      the poly object box does not directly reflect a patch loaded from disk into
      RAM, but only aliases of it.
      or on other words: the poly object box is not representing a certain voice
      of the poly.
    • Jul 14 2012 | 3:58 pm
      Could be, but I still don't understand why an intended user change is not reflected in the poly~ object in most instances.
      It should at least be a user selectable choice to make this automatic - if possible.
    • Jul 14 2012 | 4:17 pm
      you´re right, that doesnt explain why it is not implemented as if.
    • Jul 14 2012 | 8:04 pm
      Anyways, you can get the new in/output easier by just reloading the poly patch via deleting the poly~ object and hitting command+z, all the connections also will be intact again.
      cheers
    • Jul 14 2012 | 8:40 pm
      Ah, thanks!
      A very primitive method of working for software in its 6th incarnation, but I'll take it. :)
    • Jul 15 2012 | 2:20 am
      good idea woyteg