• oid

    @steff It is a bug, it is just that the text in the message box is stuck selected. I forget the exact chain of events that causes this, but go to edit mode and click to edit the text and it will return to normal. I think it is related to using control in edit mode to click things, but i do not remember, I trained myself out of doing what ever causes this and can not seem to force it now.

    Edit: I think you may have to actually select text to undo it, click and drag, not just click or double click.

    @seb-harmonik.ar the bug has been around for awhile, I know it is in 50.2 and goes back to at least 50. I never really realized it was a bug until just now, I just adapted to it and moved on some time in the past.

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  • oid

    @Butahuruf You maybe able to do this with your window manager as well, depending on which you use. Should be able to set it to iconify the debug windowand maximize any patch window, or send the debug window to another virtual desktop, or just bury it. Refer to your window managers documentation for more information.

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  • oid

    @petpetpet a trigger banging slider is all you need, probably could just bang them all at once with bang message or [loadbang], but i have had some messages not make it through to the device when do that so generally do [t b b b...].

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  • oid

    @lomz You could also use the [shell] object from Ggee? and something like youtube-comment-scraper to get the comments. This would also have the advantage of being able to parse the data from a shell script, which is likely considerably easier than doing it in pd, or youtube-comment-scraper may be able to just format it how you want it in the first place, never used it. I think youtube-dl may also be able to retrieve comments?

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  • oid

    @ingox Ah! So sending to an array name just sends to the [array define] for that array, you can send any of the messages that [array define] accepts. That is very handy and has made my patch much neater. Thanks for the heads up on that.

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  • oid

    Got it worked out, turns out index0 was left over from the previous fill and just happened to be a 1 and the first value in the new data was also a 1, so it looked like it worked. This is actually a very handy feature for my current project. Thanks for the help folks.

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  • oid

    Actually, it does act to set the start field, but not always it seems, have to figure out what is going on in my rather complex patch to figure what is going on there.

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  • oid

    @Jona, that is what I originally thought as well, but as I said, this behaviour only happens when the first value is a zero, change that first value to a non-zero number and it works just like the [text get] method. Probably should have shown that in my patch as well.

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  • oid

    Was using [text get] to fill an array and I noticed that if you fill the array at [array define]'s left inlet, it will miss the first value if the first value is zero, works fine if using [array set] or if the first value is not a zero. Am I missing something or is this a bug? Using 50.2 vanilla.

    array0.pd

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  • oid

    @Organism Here are the abstractions, it will ignore the first tick from the controller and just highlight the control to be edited and keep the CC value and the slider/numberbox2 up to date with each other so you can edit on the screen or with the controller and avoid all parameter jumps. The help file shows how to use the note data sent by the BeatSteps pads to switch what controls the encoder edits, but that can be switced to a radio or another CC like the tempo knob on the beatstep. As is this is setup to work with relative CCs centered on 64, but it would be simple to change it to work on other values,

    cc.zip

    @jameslo To my knowledge all of the Arturia controllers and sequencers can be set to send relative CC data, the one caveat is that if you do not have access to a Windows or Mac computer to run their software it can be difficult to change the controllers settings, Arturia has not been good about releasing the sysex for their gear and not all of their devices have had people figure out the sysex and post it on the web. Thankfully it is not hard to figure out the sysex, if you have access to a Windows or Mac machine at least. The regular BeatStep is the only device that I know of which has had someone do the work and publish the full sysex of on the web, I think one of the Keysteps has a good portion of its sysex posted, the rest just have bits and pieces scattered about.

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