• me-andmymonkey

    Hi @jancsika, thanks for the reply. Will GEM work on OSX soon?

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  • me-andmymonkey

    @jancsika I'm interested in moving over from Pd-extende to Purr Data. There are two things that would deter me at the moment though:

    • Can I use the same externals that I am using in Pd-extended? Would I have to recompile them to get them to work or would it simply be a case of copying across the relevant .pd_darwin files?

    • Is GEM working in Purr Data? This is one of the main things I am using Pd for at present. So I would not like to move across unless GEM is usable.

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  • me-andmymonkey

    Hidden indeed! Lots of good stuff to look at and work off though. Thank you again @whale-av

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  • me-andmymonkey

    I'm starting to get embarrassed by how many questions I'm asking but what the hell. My apologies.

    I've started messing around with geos in GEM after focusing more on doing video manipulation type things using pix objects.

    I'm wondering if there's a way of using pix objects on geos. For example, it would be nice to apply motion blur to a moving geo (and other things like this) much in the way you can do this to a moving image. After searching around, I cannot find any reference on the forums or elsewhere as to how one might go about doing this. Any ideas?

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  • me-andmymonkey

    Hi @whale-av that seemed to do the trick! Thanks!

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  • me-andmymonkey

    Hi,

    So I'm running some visuals using GEM on a second screen. I have a bunch of default options set up for my GEM window one of which is for the menubar to not show when in fullscreen using "menubar -1". This usually works the first time I open PureData, especially after I restart my computer and open PD for the first time. After this first time, however, the menu bar will continue to appear when I run the window in fullscreen.

    I'm wondering if there's something simple I need to do to ensure that the menubar does not appear. You can see how I'm initialising the GEM window in this screen shot here:

    Screen Shot 2017-03-17 at 22.49.34.png

    For reference, I'm running Pd-extended on OSX 10.9.5

    Any suggestions welcome

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  • me-andmymonkey

    Thanks @jancsika, I got your solution working nicely in my patch.

    Also thanks @whale-av, I came across this implementation in another forum post you made. I wasn't able to make much sense of it when I looked at it but it is good have another way of going about these things.

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  • me-andmymonkey

    @jancsika Could you explain this a little further? I don't quite understand how what you have suggested would work

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  • me-andmymonkey

    @Johnny-Mauser Thanks for the suggestion, I'll check it out!

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  • me-andmymonkey

    Hi @LiamG thanks for you solution. I will test it out tonight when I have time. I've never really used [textfile] so this will help me with understanding it's functionality a bit better.

    I'm using Pd extended so I'm presuming (from what you are saying) that I do not have access to the [text] object. But I'll check this out when I'm working on things tonight.

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