ListBox multiple select?

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  • #117009
    higgy
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    Hi,
    is it possible to read out he values of a multiple selection in ListBoxes, and if so, how ?
    Thx
    franky

    #117018
    dnaldoogdnaldoog
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    In the DEMO section when you installed Ctrlr (on Windows at least) you can find a panel named ListBox that shows how to do it.

    External link here.

    :)

    #117019
    higgy
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    shame on me. I always forget these demos…

    #117398
    autodafe
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    How do you use the List Box to send MIDI messages to the synth?

    #117404
    Tedjuh
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    Autodafe, which synth? Do you have a midi implementation? Or list with sysex?

    You can do it with lua. Or directly in the send midi/ sysex box in the editor. Through lua it should work with an if/ else statement. If directly, depending on sysex or midi you send f0 01 10 00 00 01 XX cs f7. Or midi b0 00 XX. Where XX counts from 00 to whatever value. Again.. much easier to tell if you tell us which synth.

    #117410
    dnaldoogdnaldoog
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    Hi Autodafe,

    Here is a panel that sends either static CC messages or sysex. The values are stored in a lua table.

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    #117449
    autodafe
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    thanks guys
    iam building a teensy based synths and I am controlling it with CTRLR
    I followed some examples an I think I managed to send MIDI CC after selection in the ListBox

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