Hi, would it be possible to write an external that could respond to drag
and drop? Like opening a file or something? Was anything like this ever
done? Or is it impossible cause it'd require some changes to Pd?
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On 2018-03-12 02:14, Jack wrote:
> It should be doable by default on Raspbian, but i think it is not
> possible on Ubuntu for instance (if you start Pd as a regular user).
> On Raspbian, executing command with root privileges do not ask to enter
> the password.
> Maybe i am wrong ?
i don't know.
On 2018-03-12 07:53, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
> Hi, would it be possible to write an external that could respond to drag
> and drop? Like opening a file or something? Was anything like this ever
> done? Or is it impossible cause it'd require some changes to Pd?
yes, it was done.
And if you talk about the file /etc/sudoers, it is highly recommended to
use the command :
$ sudo visudo
to modify it. This utility verify if you make a mistake when you save
This modification is not required on Raspbian.
Le 12/03/2018 à 09:32, IOhannes m zmoelnig a écrit :
Thanks for the hints. I will try it as soon as i get to this.
> Am 12.03.2018 um 02:15 schrieb Antoine Villeret :
> Yes It might need some privilege
> But some workaround exist.
> For example running pd as root.
> Le lun. 12 mars 2018 à 02:06, Jack
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Drag & Drop would definitely be cool!
I got something going with the old (deprecated) [toxy/tot] but it's very
complicated like that.
I'm trying to build a bank manager to drag and drop patches from inside the
same patch bank or another bank (128 patches each).
It's probably doable like that
Hi Mario -
Perhaps you said this in the previous message which I missed... are you
using ALSA MIDI system or OSS?
MIDI support has always been a problem in Pd... largely because I don't have
a lot of experience with it.
On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 12:04:00AM +, mario buoninfante
does not work on Windows:
Loading plugin: C:/Users/Lucarda/AppData/Roaming/pd/dnd-plugin.tcl
Drag and Drop on Window
Drag and Drop on Canvas
UNHANDLED ERROR: couldn't load library
$ ./configure --with-tcl
On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 7:04 PM, me.grimm wrote:
> >> does not work on Windows:
> yeah that libtkdnd is built for MacOS 64-bit only (i believe). tkdnd would
> have to be
Hi, "#" characters become "$" when trying to put them into GUI labels, is
there a good reason for it? Or should we just treat it as a bug and fix it?
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2018-03-12 13:29 GMT-03:00 Ingo :
> Drag & Drop would definitely be cool!
> I got something going with the old (deprecated) [toxy/tot] but it's very
> complicated like that.
can you share?
So it would be possible with an external, huh? I thought that maybe,
>> does not work on Windows:
yeah that libtkdnd is built for MacOS 64-bit only (i believe). tkdnd would
have to be built for windows (dll?).
really the repo needs a submodule (https://github.com/petasis/tkdnd) but i
think i remember it was such a pain to get built ( see
This was fixed in pd-l2ork a while ago. Perhaps porting the patch may
not be a bad idea?
On 3/12/2018 6:09 PM, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
Hi, "#" characters become "$" when trying to put them into GUI labels,
is there a good reason for it? Or should we just treat it as a bug
I ran few more tests on Linux trying to understand what's going on with
[midiout] and sysex messages.
I discovered that it's not just about sysex. I'm monitoring MIDI from Pd
with /KMidimon /and /GMIDImonitor/, and I noticed that also sending Note
On messages with [midiout] seems to be
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