• Balwyn

    @JackPD said:

    Also, is there any way to use different font weights in the same patch? Or is it locked to one style?

    Technically I would say no. because -font-weight changes all the fonts available
    However I just downloaded FontForge, copied ariblk.ttf (Arial Black) from the Arial Font Family in (C;\Windows\Fonts)
    opened it in FontForge renamed Black and saved it as Black.otf, write clicked and installed for all users.
    opened Pd with: pd -font-face Black -font-weight normal.
    Of course there are rights issues and legibility to contend with, but you could start with bold and install a normal
    The Helvetica and Times are hard coded and cannot be changed
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  • Balwyn

    You can change the default font by adding for eg. -font-face Arial to startup in preferences
    or starting pd from a batch file or command prompt with pd.exe -font-face Arial.
    I am fairly sure that the font name cannot contain spaces, and as I have just tested DO NOT put the font name in quotes or you will need to edit the registry to fix a tcl error that prevents editing the startup prefs.

    This will only affect the Pure Data you are running and would look different if the patch was opened elsewhere.

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  • Balwyn

    @whale-av maybe turn it off and on in the message?
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  • Balwyn

    @ingox Oh yes, I see, the cut & paste is just creating an event.
    using that idea this seem to work
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    edited sorry left off loadbang

    using cut then paste then loadbang in the message while creating also seems to work
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  • Balwyn

    @jancsika I have an win 10 hp laptop with multitouch and in a chrome browser can indeed move both circles at the same time, if that helps

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  • Balwyn

    In my previous deleted post I was going to say [midiin], [midiout] and [sysexin] were Linux only, but thats not now the case. However I don't think [midiin]processes sysex outside of Linux and I am unable to get anything other than the velocity value from the left outlet.

    That said on Windows I can do this

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  • Balwyn

    I suspect it was the order of the toggle wires to the trigger bangs, I added another trigger bang block to force the order from right to left
    ninetoggles-re-ordered.pd

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  • Balwyn

    This would tell how many toggles are on, but not which
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