Hi Porres, thank you for the answer. Exactly, just calling de object works.
But i have lots of patches already made in the "else/..." way so it's really a lot of work to change every object.
The paths that I've added to my pd configuration are:
/home/patch/Pd/externals (where all my externals lives)
If i don't put the path to the else directory It doesn't even get the help patches.
The strange thing is that with prevoius versions of Pd and else (0.53 and V8) It worked like a charm simply building Pd and getting else from deken.
I didn't test It in other raspbian based OS, so i don't know if It is a raspbian thing with 0.54 and V9 or a patchbox thing.
Thanks for the quick answer. I've already put a link to the else path and the externals path. But It doesn't fix It. Could It be an issue with the raspi versión of tk/tcl?
I ask this because I did something that I can't remember, downgrading some pd main packages and once It worked, but with pd-0.52 and building else V8.
Then the mini sd got corrupted and I couldn't work it out again.
I'm having an issue that I can't solve neither find the answer.
When building pd-0.54 on a patchbox (raspbian based os), and installing else lib, I can't call the objects. When I put de [else] object alone, it works, but when I put, for example, [else/adsr~] , pd can't create the object. Anyone have had this problem? Here I leave a screenshot showing the error.
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