@timothyschoen it would be a shame if SIP was the problem, it would kill the main idea of being able to share patches with non-Pd friends...
@jameslo if you've managed to get it working in Reaper, perhaps it's a Logic Pro thing not wanting non-notarised AUs running?
I've been trying to get started with Camomile to make some plugins to share with friends, but I've hit a problem I haven't been able to find mentioned anywhere.
After using the script from the latest stable (I've also tried this with the latest experimental release), to build plugins, when I try to open them in Logic, I just see a loading symbol in the plugin window (see attached picture). This problem occurs with the example plugins and plugins built by others (e.g., Mike Moreno's Lira 8 ).
Even weirder is I've had the same problem on an Intel 2014 MacBook Pro and an M1 2021 MacBook Pro.
Maybe I'm being an idiot and missing something?
Anyone else had this problem and knows a fix? It'd be super appreciated!
hmm not quite, I'm trying to get it so that if the user doesn't want a certain list, it's removed from the 'pool' of things that can be sent.
e.g., if I have the lists '- 4 8' '- 9 3' and '- 0 0', and don't want '- 0 0' to be sent, then I want the subpatch to only be able to choose between the first two lists.
I've been working on a patch that (to keep it simple) uses a random number to send out a list of numbers from a selection of 10 lists. The idea is the user can choose to have certain lists not sent through, with the remainder being allowed to go through. I tried to do this by using spigots to 'block' lists if they weren't wanted, however, the random number that selects that list can still go through, meaning if a blocked list is chosen, then nothing is sent.
Does anyone know a good way to work around this, being able to 'remove' a list from being chosen?
(Added screenshot just in case my description made it seem more complicated than it actually was haha)
Any help would be super appreciated!!! ))