• Balwyn

    @soulflyer my apologies for not responding. I somehow missed your post and thank you @whale-av for sorting it

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  • Balwyn

    I really like the grid trick and the way the whole thing evolved
    Cheers
    Balwyn

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  • Balwyn

    you could prefix the binary symbol with an non-numeric symbol eg. bin$1$2$3$4(, then use [rout.e bin1100 bin1101 bin1110 bin1111].
    I notice you are using [gate] as a [spigot] and you have four [sel] instead of [sel 12 13 14 15].
    Is the binary representation the actual output? or does it need to converted to decimal
    This may offer some help
    4bit.pd

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  • Balwyn

    Just a bit of silliness
    cylon-dreaming.zip

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  • Balwyn

    I have no real agenda here apart from wishlist, but surely a mouse up event would be a necessity in any programming language and is seriously missing in Pure Data.
    So here I offer yet another clunky work around where line is giving an immediate update then the y output is forced into a matrix
    slider-line.pd

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  • Balwyn

    with windows you could also use a batch file to start pd, add a path to a folder containing the mouseup-plugin.tcl and then open the patch that contains the [r mouseup]

    eg. mousetest.bat

    cd "C:\Program Files (x86)\Pd\bin"
    pd -path ..\extra\tclmouse-folder -open ~\Desktop\test-folder\mouse-test.pd

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  • Balwyn

    click every step.
    windows 10 touch screen laptop

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  • Balwyn

    @ingox very nice!, the grid responds quite nicely on my touch screen

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  • Balwyn

    I think [msgfile] is generated by the zexy.dll.
    I also found this in the Readme.txt. in the zexy folder which may explain things if you compiled it yourself.
    multi-object vs single-object libraries:
    by default, zexy builds a single library "zexy" that contains all objects.
    if - for some obscure reason - you insist on having a lot of small libraries
    each containing a single object, you can enable this by using the
    "--disable-library" flag

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  • Balwyn

    @whale-av No laughter here, I think this is amazing in its simplicity. It took me a while to work out to put the 'mouseup-plugin.tcl' in the extra folder, but now its working, I'll see what I can do with it. Are there other mouse events that can be bound in this way?
    Cheers and thanks
    Balwyn

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