JX8Programer BUG – Saving Patch to Disk. Any Idea?

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    makasi
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    Hi there. I have this BUG.

    I want to store the SYSEX file in my computer and store it for later use.. SO I use the Write Patch location ———- .

    Then I try to save and I get that error. After that I am unable to Save Again!

    Any idea whats wrong?

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    #16806
    lfo2vco
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    Hi Makasi, I opened the panel in Ctrlr (revision 1590) on a Mac and Save worked fine, no errors.

    What version of Ctrlr are you using? It looks like it could be a Lua syntax error, have you altered anything on the panel at all?

    #16811

    makasi
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    Hi there! Thanks!

    I was running CTRLR latest version 1653.

    Switched to 1590 and now works.

    Thanks!

    Any idea how would I create a Randomize button or feature to mess with all the parameters?

    Thanks

    #16815
    lfo2vco
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    I think I am safe in saying that would definately require a Lua Method. It is be well beyond my scripting abilities, but there are some very clever people on this forum. They may be able to offer assistance.

    I am assuming you are not up to speed with Lua?

    #16817

    makasi
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    0 lua ahah but thanks 🙂

    just a lame musician with 0 programming capabilities. but hey, thanks for the tip i can now save it

    #16837
    lfo2vco
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    Pleased to help a fellow lame musician ; )

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