• morast

    Okay after a lot of trying a lot of distros. I ended up installing xubuntu 17.04 and the gui seems to work porperly again. Strange thing is that i tried it with other distros(ubuntu 16.04, lubuntu 16.04) inside virtual box and everything seemed to work but when i would install system on my harddisk i would have the troubles i described in my first post. Should i post this bug?

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  • morast

    @whale-av Hmmm my system says i have tcl/tk8.6 installed. I removed it then installed 8.5. While removing tcl/tk8.6 it also removed the puredata-gui so in need to install it again but while installing it also installed tcl/tk8.6 again. Now i have both version but i think pd is using 8.6 because i see no diffrence the problem is still there. Can i tell pd somehow to use another version?

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  • morast

    Okay i realized how to turn off auto-patch and the main problem is that patch cords are only visible when they are straight

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  • morast

    Hey guys,

    made a reinstall of my linux system and switched from xubuntu to lubuntu.
    When i reinstalled pd via apt-get i realized that a lot of patchcords where missing in my patches. Actually there are just not visible. Also there is a strange autopatch function that connects object when i drag them closer together automatically.
    So i thought it maybe the version so i compiled pd 0.46.7 on my machine but nothing changed the patch cords were still missing. So i have the assumption it is realted some how to tk/tcl and other gui stuff. Any suggestion how to fix this?

    PS: I realized also some other stuff. For example there is no bangs only toggle gui objects but the toggles don't show their current state.

    Thank you

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  • morast

    I'm using textfiler and msgfile, to get values from a textfile. The programm which creates the text file uses a **, **(comma) as the delimiter in a floating point number. The problem now is that the two pd objects are made in a way that they use commas to delimite messages. When i use a float value like 0,01 it will output 0, 1 because after the delimiter there would be a number like 01 but the zero is cut. Any ideas how to solve this inside pure data? (I know i could write a script)! Thank you very much!

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  • morast

    Which means i have to add a lot of search paths to pd which is a little bit annoying.

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  • morast

    It's a pity this topic is not discussed more. Me for example don't want to make one big abstraction folder. I'd rather have seperate folders of collections of abstractions inside the gloabl abstraction folder.

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  • morast

    @Franx i will post something in the forum and let you know once i made someting that works the way i want it to work!

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  • morast

    Thanks LiamG. Completly forget about list split object. Route doesn't output anything. But i just use a cascade of list split to get it right!
    @Franx I use Audacity's Functionality to create analyze audio files, which creates a label track then i export the label track(which is basically a txt file), to load the cuepoints into pd so i can use them as cues for a performance.

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  • morast

    Hey Patcherfriends,
    I try to parse a line from a txt file which looks like this:
    72 , 726000 72 , 726000 B(actually it is a exported Label Track from a Audacity File)
    I use:
    [msgfile]
    |
    [unpack f s f]

    From the two floats i get the int of the number and it's floating point(which is the one behind the comma) for the symbol output i get an type mismatch. This is actuallay not a big issue since the patch works but it makes it hard to debug it. I also would like to use the Letter B at the end to Trigger diffrent Events at certain cuepoints. Any recommondations how to solve this?

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