• 60hz

    As UnityPdBasics by Yann Seznec is all built on the LibPdIntegration project, it should not support Android unfortunately.

    But someone has a funding proposal if a developer is interested
    https://github.com/LibPdIntegration/LibPdIntegration/issues/5#issuecomment-907604662

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  • 60hz

    That's always the thing with Pd, isn't it? You have to make abstractions to address deficiencies... well, I've beaten on this door before, I'm tired, won't repeat it today.

    hjh

    I agree with you, but using ceammc lib, you have all and even more in one package.

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  • 60hz

    What would be very welcome is to be able to put min and max range as a list... and arguments.

    Because I always use [expr random(10 , 100)]

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  • 60hz

    It was discussed in github and hopefully will be fixed one day on pd side https://github.com/pure-data/pure-data/pull/987

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  • 60hz

    Hi @ddw_music,

    I agree every points you mentioned and have the same issues during classes.
    I think what would be great is to allow addons to work in ofelia, so we might get help from @cuinjune maybe?

    Also for the shaderFX object I think some from @Jona could be ported easily: https://forum.pdpatchrepo.info/topic/12152/ofelia-glsl-video-effects
    But some people like me had GPU issues with many of the glsl: they might needs a bit of tweaking.

    I am also thinking to simplify my abstractions and make them clother to Openframeworks behavior rather than duplicating Gem 3d viewport behavior by default (drawing at top left position, unless a camera object is added)...

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  • 60hz

    @seb-harmonik.ar said:

    [time] from zexy

    Oh yes, I forgot that way!
    I think both should work on raspberry and OSX (For windows, the command with [shell] would be a little bit different). The shell is only one object to install, rather than zexy wich will install a full library.

    You might go for zexy, unless you need [shell] for using other Unix command...

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  • 60hz

    using [shell] object you can ask system time and and any system command.

    To install the object, type a new this command in terminal:

    sudo apt-get install pd-ggee

    then in a new patch:

    [declare -lib ggee]

    [date +%k:%M(
    |
    [shell]
    |
    [print]

    Otherwise, you can use [system.exec] from ceammc lib

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  • 60hz

    I think it's a classic exercise but could be done by a student by himself pretty easily searching informations on the internet. I have teach many courses in China and pd myself few years ago.

    You might check if the exercise is somewhere on Aluan Wang website which is still one the best ressources for chinese speaker, even if it is traditional chinese: http://www.dazegraffiti.com/

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  • 60hz

    @yannseznec
    Thanks a lot! I mixed and modified the work of many people for the interface, and I regulary make change to many help patches and it works better and better with students (I use a top down logic). I hope one day pd will be easier to learn and I won't need this anymore ;)

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  • 60hz

    @emviveros said:

    a new intro
    1.1 Pd creation history
    1.2 Pd forks and Vanilla externals
    Update Tutorials keeping externals
    something more?

    Maybe useful plugins like drag&drop, completion, patcherize...
    Some of them are so useful that they should be inside vanilla pure-data.

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