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  • in reply to: Reset all in Panel Load #117859
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      1) in lua editor, write a ‘init’ method where you set values for all mods/comps that you want to init at startup.
      2) Panel mode -> click on canvas to show the ‘panel’ properties -> set property ‘LuaPanelLoaded’ to your ‘init’ method

      in reply to: Deselect a listbox #117857
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        — wrong thread —

        • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by higgy.
        in reply to: Order in Graphic Component? #117855
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          hi,
          > Forget layers and orders!

          when ‘overdubbing’ components (e.g. overlaying an image component with a transparent ‘touch button component’) layers are the choice.The ‘graphical’ order (send to back/front) is nor reliable or durable.

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          • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by higgy.
          in reply to: Delete lost modulators #117854
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            Hi Jim,
            my recipe in this case: when having identified a ‘lost’ modulator in the modulators list and you want to bring it back: in mod-list, erase the ComponentGroupName entry and, if used, the ComponentTabname, then modify the position (ComponentReacangle) to move it out of the panel area to a position on the ‘free’ workspace canvas (you eventually have to enlarge the canvas): e.g. panel X-Y is 800-600, canvas 800-1000 => move the modulator to 0-900 (eg.: ComponentRectangle = 0 900 30 30)
            Deleting via mod-list: are you sure that this not working? Note that after every deletion the mod-list is reordered.
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            in reply to: (text) formatting in AlertWindow() ? #117785
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              unfortunately not. This covers Lua strings but my problem is in juce. Tried yet again ctrlr look&feel with getAlertWindowMessageFont and getAlertWindowFont definitions/overwrites but neither AlertWindow nor AlertWindow:showMessageBox do react to font settings. I’m close to give up… :-/

              in reply to: (text) formatting in AlertWindow() ? #117749
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                the panel uses addTextBlock (only displaying text, no need for editing), but as said, I don’t find a way to formatting. OK, I’ll dive into customcomponent.
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                in reply to: Read out ctrlr version number? #117291
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                  the pannels in question are offered both as bpanelz + exe, but I cannot export for OSX 😉

                  in reply to: Read out ctrlr version number? #117223
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                    thanks, I would have liked to read out the ctrlr version during panel init to prevent people (ignoring to ‘RTFM’) running the panels on non-functional/depreciated ctrlr installs.

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                    in reply to: ctrlr V6 ‘legacy’ view ?? #117222
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                      thanks for the replies. The reason why trying to upgrade: I added massive utils.warnWindow() to the panel. Now when loading a panel to a 2nd tab, there’s a ‘bulk popup’ of all those windows (but also of utils.openFileWindow, os.execute(), etc).
                      Personally I’m used to closing the ‘old’ panel before loading a new one, but users are not and usually load new panel versions without closing the old one, thus flooding their display with ~ 100 popup windows.

                      Following your recommendation I tried 5.3.201 – same result.

                      Ctrlr V6 does not have this problem (fast starting time is a nice side effect).

                      PS. apart the popup flooding no problems with 5.4.29, the panels are stable and can load images.

                      in reply to: Toggle two SysEx strings #117152
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                        Is there a simple way to make a toggle button for two SysEx strings.
                        I want it to be like this
                        on(1) = F0 41 12 3A 12 70 01 09 01 05 F7
                        off(0) = F0 41 12 3A 12 70 01 09 00 06 F7
                        Is this possible whitout LUA?

                        the question is old but maybe someone else will have the same question.
                        Answer is yes, use msb/lsb in uiButton:

                        sysex: F0 41 12 3A 12 70 01 09 ms ls F7 (ms = msb, ls=lsb)

                        button content : value = ms*16 + ls
                        OFF = 6 (= 0x06 = 0*16 + 6)
                        ON = 21 (= 0x15 = 1*16 + 5)

                        in reply to: ListBox multiple select? #117019
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                          shame on me. I always forget these demos…

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