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  • #3968
    DMM
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    in the vst version i’m getting a massage in the console
    MANAGER INIT
    Callback error: midiMassageReceivedlua runtime error
    At line [-1]:
    (tail call)

    What:
    tail
    Namewhat:

    Name:

    Error message:
    attempt to call a nil value. Method disabled

    #3969
    DMM
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    And with your latest code i’m getting:
    Callback error:midiMassageReceived
    lua runtime error
    at line [-1]:
    [C]
    error message:
    attempt to call a nil value
    method disabled

    and then my vst host crashes also (Native Instruments Maschine)

    #3970
    DMM
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    I’m sorry Atom, didn’t read your last reply.
    It works!!!!!
    At least in the vst version. havn’t tryed standalone yet.

    #3971
    atom
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    Good i think there is a very weird bug that i need to find, i added some more checks that might help in the new builds.

    #3972
    DMM
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    The midiMessageReceived function is working (well sort of <img loading=” title=”Wink” /> stil some things to figure out
    but it’s a big leap forward <img loading=” title=”Wink” />

    Just for my understanding.
    The errorcode above speaks of runtime error at line [-1].
    This is the method name?

    #3973
    atom
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    No it’s a runtime error not a syntax error, this means something much more complicated and i need to figure out what exactly.

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