• jyg

    @schitz As specified in the pd-dnd-plugin readme file , you have to get tkdnd by cloning or downloading https://github.com/petasis/tkdnd.git
    But, even more simpler, there are release files where you can get binary files for every platform, without need to compile : https://github.com/petasis/tkdnd/releases/tag/tkdnd-release-test-v2.9.2

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  • jyg

    or you can create an abstraction with the name of the patch in a subpatch, by dynamic patching.
    This way you can close the patch by sending a [clear( msg to the subpatch.

    for example, see [pd $0-sub] and [pd load_subscene] in https://github.com/Ant1r/ofxPof/blob/master/example/pd/pof_main.pd
    image.png

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  • jyg

    AFAIK, MobMuPlat is pd vanilla 0.48.1 with no externals.
    Don't know about pdparty and pddroidparty,
    But there is also POF for android, with an apk somewhere on the web... You can download the desktop version via deken and try it. POF has a .json parser and web parsing features. May be it can fullfill your requirements. As it is based upon Openframeworks and libpd, it would be theoretically possible to add c++ externals. But still a lot of work...

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  • jyg

    @Dizzy-Dizzy Before saving and closing your patch, you have to send manually a [save $1( message to right inlet of all pp.objects of interest (where $1 is replaced by a "preset"number of your choice).
    When you re-open the patch, you have to send a [recall $1( message to the same inlets.

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  • jyg

    @Mortfell yes you certainly created a list atom (Put menu, List item, or ctrl + 4 in pd 0.52)
    something like this :
    image.png

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  • jyg

    Yes, listbox is definitively the culprit, and, unlike other not created objects, this one not only isn't recognised, but also doesn't increment the internal pd-object-related indexes, and then the connect messages don't refer anymore to the correct boxes.
    Anyway, backwards compatibility means you can execute with 0.52 an older patch (created with an earlier version), but not the opposite (forward compatibility :-) )

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  • jyg

    Hi,
    Sorry, by "puredata - externals folder" , I meant the folder where all extensions objects to puredata are stored. Usually it is : home/<username>/Documents/Pd/externals

    You should uncompress the zip archive there.
    However, until I simplify the installation procedure, there is another step to follow . You may have to install another external : iemguts. There is a menu in Pd to do this.
    Hope that helps

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  • jyg

    Automatonism was created before [savestate] object was added to puredata. Since, it's easier to save state of objects in a patch, without textfiles.
    If you are interested, I made for my own purposes a fork from original Automatonism project, that saves states inside the main patch (that you can rename with an arbitrary name) . https://github.com/jyg/automatonism-reloaded

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  • jyg

    @60hz said:

    If it is possible to edit flossmanuals, I would suggest to keep it, removing obsolete part and modify all references from pd-extended to Purr data since it is a replacement of it?

    Yes. Indeed, I started unilateraly to edit french version of floss manual :smiley:
    https://fr.flossmanuals.net/puredata/quelles-sont-les-differentes-versions-de-pure-data/

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  • jyg

    Great ! Just of curiosity : is the pd~ object supported ? :smiley:

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