• ingox

    @youaresound There is [cyclone/active].

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  • ingox

    @boonier said:

    I can’t see how I would achieve that on a global [savestate] level, unless I can poll all the [savestate]s inside the abstractions into a global text object and save that into a parent based save [savestate] maybe

    You can simply use [text define -k] and the contents will be saved together with the main patch, which is the equivalent function to what [savestate] does for abstractions.

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  • ingox

    [savestate] may allow to include the [text] to store the presets individually inside the abstraction, which could be beneficiary. ;)

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  • ingox

    @Balwyn The cursor is not working here...

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  • ingox

    @Balwyn Nice! :)

    Here is a patch that simulates a chat window using canvas. Instead of a click to activate the text field it uses cyclone/active to check if the window is active. But receiving a click could be implemented otherwise, e.g. with a data structure ;)

    chat.pd :)

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  • ingox

    It is also worth noting that an author can publish the same code under different licenses. So for example, if a software is under the GPL and i want to use parts of the software in my project, but i don't want my own code under the GPL, i can contact the author and ask her, if she would also release under a different license, maybe even pay her for that :)

    Not possible however is to revoke a license that is once given. So if my software is out there under the GPL, i cannot undo this. ;) (Maybe there are commercial licenses that allow revocation, but i am not aware of any.)

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  • ingox

    @whale-av Well, if they have the code, but not a license that allows what they want to do with the code, they may be interested to buy such a license, which i believe was the original question ;)

    In such a case it could also make sense to pay the author to publish the code under a free license ;)

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  • ingox

    @whale-av You are mixing things up again. ;)

    I can sell the Pd software for 50 $ and it is completely legal as it is under BSD license. If i can build a sustainable business model from this or even can find only one customer who pays me 50 $ for a software that is available without charge on the web is a totally different question ;)

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  • ingox

    Also i believe Ofelia allows to compile patch code into exe

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