@zeke1183 The 32-bit client you want to compile receives UDP packets from the ReacTivision server on port 3333 (default) and then changes the list headers to some friendly symbols such as "addCursor" before spitting out the data (I think..... I have misplaced my amoebae....... maybe the headers are the same?).
It is all OSC data so you can receive it like this...... tuio_client.pd
You can send data back to the ReacTivision server with the left inlet of [netreceive].... see its help file.
You then have some work to do if you need to use the other patches that are provided with the 32-bit [tuioclient] ....... translating the headers....... but those other patches are abstractions and should work in your 64-bit Pd.
The data format is unchanged I think.
Have a look at the ReacTivision online documentation to understand the messages. The patch above should be receiving those messages set out in their doc.
Here is the original spec........ TUIO_Documentation.pdf
I remember the Pd [TuioClient] external actually making it much more difficult to analyse the messages from the server...... due to the translated headers...... and headers added to each data part.... such as "xPos".......
((P.S. You are more likely to get instant support using 32-bit extended with [TuioClient]
A browser search engine will find quite a lot......... but it will all be based on the older Pd OSC objects (from MrPeach etc.) and forcing the newer Pd OSC objects to do exactly the same requires much more knowledge of OSC formatting.
You will need some specialized help for every question you ask....... whereas for the 32-bit version probably all the questions were answered years ago.....
You could run Pd-extended just for TUIO...... and run a 64-bit Pd vanilla at the same time for your patches....... communicating between the two using [netsend] and [netreceive]....))