• porres

    For a full changelog and all binaries, see https://github.com/porres/pd-cyclone/releases/tag/cyclone_0.5-4
    A couple of the binary packs are already showing up in deken, give it some time til all show up.
    Cheers

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    I also despise how linux/windows has 'bold' for default

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    Seems tkpath is not well supported for windows and that was why pdl2ork was only for linux!

    personally I would say the best option would be to maintain
    a patch/mod for tk with hand-written antialiasing.

    do you mean "1."?

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  • porres

    @ddw_music I could open the issue, but.I needed to know more about it as I'm clueless

    thanks @seb-harmonik.ar and now for the 1 million dollar question: how and why can we make it look better then? Is it possible?

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    I suppose it's something to do with tcl/tk, but what?

    cheers

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    it should work on raspberry, if not, open an issue at https://github.com/porres/pd-cyclone

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  • porres

    this click method/message is what the object gets if you click on it, so if you send it a ciick message is like fooling pd the object was clicked on.

    anyway, why do you need to have the "editor" window for? I suppose it's much better to edit it in a proper editor

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    I had to reupload macOS binaries because of a compilation error (in case anyone downloaded already).

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    ELSE 1.0 Beta 30 with live electronics tutorial is out! This needs Pd 0.51-1 and the highlight is a new abstraction called [batch.rec~] that records your patches into a sound file in batch mode. In this way you can render whatever amount of audio as fast as possible in your computer. This is possible with the new 'fast-forward' message to Pd, available in Pd 0.51-1. The cool thing about this object is that it has multichannel support.

    You can download it directly via "Pd => Find Externals", just search for 'else'! Note that the "Live Electronics Tutorial" is part of the package (it relies on the ELSE library). Find the "Live Electronics Tutorial" folder inside the 'else' folder. The tutorial also provides an example on how to use this new 'fast-forward' feature. Check "Vol.1/Introduction-Pd.Quickstart/2.Syntax/4.fast-forward.pd".

    Find detailed changelogs at:

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    Hello, as previously announced, there's a next year's edition of the Vortex Music Journal dedicated to Pure Data. We're now changing/rearranging the call for a further edition - volume 9 / number 2 (instead of v.9 n.1) - which is still to be released in 2021, but it gives us now a new and further submission deadline rescheduled to June 1st 2021! The old deadline was december 15th 2020, so this just gave us more than 6 months! I hope this gives people time to work on new projects and have something ready to talk about them then ;)

    2021 is the year Pd becomes 25 years old, hence the theme: “A quarter of century of Pd: past, present and future”. So we're especially looking for works that present a dialogue with Pd's history and also look ahead. Novel works that contribute to Pd naturally do that, of course. And by "Pd", clearly we mean all that is related and based on Pd, like forks, like works that rely on libpd, etc... Note that artistic works are also highly welcome, in the same way especially those that involve something "new".

    For more info, please check: http://vortex.unespar.edu.br/call_v9_n2a.pdf

    • Vortex Music Journal | v.9 n.2 "A quarter of century of Pd: past, present and future"
    • Submission Deadline: June 1st, 2021.
    • Guest Editor: Dr. Alexandre Torres Porres

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