• Ice-Ice

    Tried it and it works. Head conversion works, too. Cheers!

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    Wow, thanks a bunch! Yes, it's the "struct color" as in your patch pd-colours.pd. This is a really helpful index. Finally, I know where all these nice yellows and oranges are. Cool that you added the list of tcl colours as a txt, I saw that yesterday in the tcl/tk documentation.
    H̶o̶w̶e̶v̶e̶r̶,̶ ̶I̶ ̶c̶a̶n̶'̶t̶ ̶c̶r̶e̶a̶t̶e̶ ̶[̶s̶y̶s̶_̶g̶u̶i̶]̶ ̶o̶r̶ ̶[̶c̶o̶l̶o̶r̶p̶a̶n̶e̶l̶]̶.̶ ̶A̶r̶e̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶s̶e̶ ̶e̶x̶t̶e̶r̶n̶a̶l̶s̶?̶
    They're in hcs, which I had installed already. Having a blast right now making my own pd theme!!

    Oh nice! But sending hex values gives me "argument number out of range", anything I am missing here? I tried any formatting, like #AAAA77, #aaaa77, AAAA77, and aaaa77. But none of these worked. Also tried it as symbols, by message or through [symbol], but to no avail.

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  • Ice-Ice

    Changing colour of all the other GUI objects is straightforward:
    Sending an int will cycle through the 30 preset colours in the Properties dialog.
    But what about arrays? Sending an int to an array via [color $1] seems to cycle through an enormous list of subtle shades.
    See the screenshot where I am sending the same value to all the GUI objects. The colours are obviously not the same.

    What are the values? Is this list buried somewhere in the pd files?
    I have been wondering for years, but I'm done guessing now :wink:

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  • Ice-Ice

    Wow, thanks a lot! A very interesting patch, going through this one step by step has taught me a lot.
    And very true what you said about the purpose and use of [expr]. I see now that I used to look at the object as something completely different than it's actual purpose.

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  • Ice-Ice

    I am sitting with a little patch here... I want to calculate the digit sum of an integer.
    What I have so far works with any integer up to and including 99. But the trouble starts at n >= 100.
    See the patch attached: DigitSum.pd

    I got this working in Python, for any integers:

    def digSum(n):
        out = 0
        while (n != 0):
            out = out + int(n % 10)
            n = int(n/10)
        return out
    for x in range(1,200):
        n = x
        print(n, ":", digSum(n))

    But [expr] seems to not do while-loops, unless I am mistaken?
    I have tried sloppy workarounds, chaining up multiple [expr} objects, but it's error-prone, ugly, and convoluted.
    The end goal is to be able store the digit sums of a given range of integers in an array; Like you can see in the right-hand section of the DigitSum.pd patch.

    Anything I am missing here?

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    Hi there!
    Great vid, and nice sound, too! Kinda bagpipey, I really like it!
    I am sitting with a very similar project at the moment: Interpolating between arrays, writing the results of the interpolation to another array, which serves as a wavetable. I have tried different approaches, using [expr] turned out to be the most malleable one. What object are you using for your calculation there?

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    Hi @timothyschoen! I was on 0.7.1, didn't know 0.8 was out. Just downloaded it and now it all works. Thanks a lot!

    However, there are 2 things:
    I had to add all downloaded externals to Paths again. That is, they were still in the original folders, but I had to add them manually in the Paths menu. Is there a way for future installers so they retain the data for Paths from an earlier installation when updating? Or how can I preserve this manually when the next update comes?

    I can't create objects from the Objects Browser. The objects are highlighted when hovering the mouse over them, but they don't react to mouse clicks or pressing Return. No biggie as I usually just use shortcuts.

    I love this project by the way! It brought me back to pd after a year in Max.

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    Assuming this thread is a good place for general discussion of PlugData:

    I am on Windows 10. I can't set all array properties through messages.
    From the ones I tested, [style $1( and [edit $1( work. [color $1( and [width $1( do not.
    Is there anything I am missing here?
    Screenshot (1071).png

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