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Loosing port specs. on maquette evaluation

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Hello everyone

I ve got the following problem:

E.g.: I manipulate a chord-seq in a temp.obj. within a maquette. I set all the player and midi port mode (“default midi port”) both in the chord-sea as in the temp.obj.
After evaluating midi port mode is set back to “use notes midi port”. As nowhere in the evaluation chain I can parametrically assign the notes port number this leads to a dead end (always nil i.e. port 0).

Can anyone give a hint on that?

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July 29, 2017 at 17:55 #23266
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nadir B.

Hi,

Have you tried to lock your temp.obj once you’ve made the port change and before evaluating the Maquette ?

July 29, 2017 at 18:18 #23268
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Hi Nadir,

thanks for your reply – but: if i lock the temp.obj. any evaluation will take place…

I have now found the set-obj-port.lisp by Karim. For the chord-seq it does well. Only the temp.obj.’s Self refuses port setting (neither set-port nor set-obj-port are accepted)

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July 29, 2017 at 18:50 #23270
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nadir B.

Well I’ve asked that because I know there’s a local (tempbox) and a global (Maquette) evaluation and I quote :

TemporalBoxes can be set on “lock” or “evaluate-once” mode, so as their content is protected, or to limit the number of internal evaluations.

But sure, I reckon it depends on the computation going on…

Keep us posted.

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July 29, 2017 at 19:13 #23273

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