• raynovich

    Hey,
    This is helpful. Can you help explain how the variables work? I am trying to understand it.

    William

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  • raynovich

    Hey all,
    My composition now for electric cello and pd is being released on Parma Recordings, Mind and Machine, Vol. V on September 23, 2023.

    In preparation for the release I am doing a couple of concerts in Chicago. I will be doing a concert at Constellation on Sunday, August 27, 2023 at 8:30pm Central. The concert will be livestreamed as well. I will be using Pd as well to accompany Cage's Lecture on Nothing. Would love to see some of you there.

    Links to information:

    Sunday, August 27, 2023 @ 8:30pm
    Cage: Lecture on Nothing
    Raynovich: now
    https://wl.seetickets.us/event/Frequency-Series-Presents:-MAVerick-Ensemble/564057?afflky=ConstellationChicago&fbclid=IwAR0_XSE2mK_7D8MpXQhDx7tbGHwhWazrt-gZm7gGLmijOvqZ2Ab9Og6tJcM

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    rr8091_animated-cover.mp4

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  • raynovich

    Hmmm.... iemguts is not working for me. It has been awhile since I have uploaded a library of objects.

    iemguts-0.1 was what I was trying to upload. Any ideas on why it is not working? I am on a mac. and using pd 51.4.

    Trying to use canvasselect but it cannot be found.

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  • raynovich

    I am trying to make this work, but am struggling.

    Here is the message I am sending:

    find [object_name] [number 0f object created to delete]

    but I am getting this message:

    consistency check failed: sys_decodedialog: Cage_varIII_circle
    (Tcl) INVALID COMMAND NAME: invalid command name ".find.searchin"
    while executing
    ".find.searchin configure -text "$infostring""
    (procedure "pdtk_showfindresult" line 19)
    invoked from withi

    heck failed: sys_decodedialog: Cage_varIII_circle
    (Tcl) INVALID COMMAND NAME: invalid command name ".find.searchin"
    while executing
    ".find.searchin configure -text "$infostring""
    (procedure "pdtk_showfindresult" line 19)
    invoked from within
    "pdtk_showfindresult .x10044c780 1 1 42"
    ("uplevel" body line 11)
    invoked from within
    "uplevel #0 $docmds"bad

    heck failed: sys_decodedialog: Cage_varIII_circle
    (Tcl) INVALID COMMAND NAME: invalid command name ".find.searchin"
    while executing
    ".find.searchin configure -text "$infostring""
    (procedure "pdtk_showfindresult" line 19)
    invoked from within
    "pdtk_showfindresult .x10044c780 1 1 42"
    ("uplevel" body line 11)
    invoked from within
    "uplevel #0 $docmds"bad

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  • raynovich

    hjh, I get it. The thing is that I am trying to just write the "number" for a date. . . . so, it feels rather wrong, but I get it. Without double precision, a "number" can only be indicated to six digits. . . I do not know the exact number but I get the idea.

    I was trying to write a date as a number. . . . yes, I can do it other ways, but this was a "simple" way I was hoping to do it. It is cool that I cannot, but there is another piece I want to write that requires even more detail than double precision. The other thing is that I cannot even write the number as a symbol which seems even more annoying.

    Anyway, I am good with it all. Just wish we could have more precision.

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  • raynovich

    And so there is no way to expand the number of digits a number can have? Seems counter to an application that uses numbers in composition. I can imagine there are some workarounds, but I wish there was a way to expand the numbers allowed to assess.

    It seems that the == object cannot assess a number with seven digits.

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  • raynovich

    I am not getting that result though.

    Look at the message box at the bottom. I wrote the example too quickly.MathProblem.pd

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  • raynovich

    Is there a way to expand the range of numbers? Here is an example patch that shows a version of the problem. It is just one example of the issue. Is there no easy workaround?

    MathProblem.pd

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