The idea of sending the message with commas and to attach a message box to Netreceive works perfectly!
About the semicolon at the beginning of a message, I don't thing it's a local shortcut for [s pd]
In this example, only the left one is working.
It looks like the first semicolon means "send argument 2 to argument 1 for each line".
The helpfile for Netsend shows how to send a simple message to a Netreceive object in another instance of PureData.
But how to send a "global message" and execute it automatically?
For global message I mean the messages starting with a semicolon,
; pd dsp 1
; $0-param1 0; $0-param2 62;
I tried this, but no success:
I'd like to execute the instruction on the destination instance only, and not on the source instance.
Is there a fast way to replace a wire in PD Vanilla?
For example when you connect a new object on an already used Inlet, it would automatically delete the already used wire.
Ideally it would be something like Alt-Click when creating a wire on an already used Inlet.
I'm aware of the intelligent patching videos, that shows a lot of hidden shortcuts:
But there is nothing about wire replacement, while it's maybe the patching behavior I use the most.
Did I miss something, or it's not available in Vanilla?
I'd like to build a mixer with stereo inputs, with mono compatibility, as an GOP abstraction.
The ideal behavior would be: if only the Left input is plugged, then copy the signal to the right channel.
Is there a way to detect if an input is plugged or not?
I was thinking of using env~, but it doesn't sound like a good practice for that use case.