Dynamic Slider (Composition by offonoll)

Author: offonoll
License: (unknown)
Date: 2009.08.12
Compatibility: 10.5
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Required plugins:
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A Dynamic Slider visualization. Change number of sliders and size. From this patch you can recreate amny diferent styles. If you make any changes, please let me know to offonoll at gmail dot com. Enjoy!

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usefuldesign.au's picture
Re: Dynamic Slider (Composition by offonoll)

Nice work offonoll. I liked that bit of JS (cwright wrote) that makes a structure inside the iterator from iterator elements, nice one.

Did you realise it's actually surplus to requirements in this case, it and the structure index patch can be by‑passed with the index value going straight to the string printer.

Just FYI, have you tried BCF2000.app it's for simulating the BCF2000 when it's not plugged in? Inside-comp is a very useful thing to have though so I like your ideas.

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Re: Dynamic Slider (Composition by offonoll)

usefuldesign.au wrote:
Did you realise it's actually surplus to requirements in this case, it and the structure index patch can be by‑passed with the index value going straight to the string printer.

Do you mean that from the struct maker is possible to get the string index numbers to the Image string/printer?

usefuldesign.au wrote:
Just FYI, have you tried BCF2000.app it's for simulating the BCF2000 when it's not plugged in? Inside-comp is a very useful thing to have though so I like your ideas.

Personaly, I don't use big controllers, don't like them much. I have used Nocturne and I loved it. They also have an app to send the data, the good thing of this controller is that it sends you data back to the controller if you move from your live app. It has leds to visualise that.

And yes! if you realise, this sample teach you many things, finally, there is a way to add numbers to an specify member inside a iter.(FRZ code). This brings you a bunch of posibilities.

Thank's for your comments!