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Monday is EVIL…..

I’m just not feeling this monday thing right now. 

Instead of making videos last night, I completely redesigned the pattr system used in Plinko for the (seventeenth) time.  It appears to work now.  It appeared to work before, until I started using it, and then it didn’t work.  Go figure.  Sometimes I hate Max.

That was merely 4 or 5 hours of scratching my head and cursing at inanimate objects….I really hope I don’t have to do that again for a while. 

It is a step towards having a universal grid-based memory recall system for all the monomodular patches.  But its NOT a step forward in getting instructional materials released.

For those of you that are wondering:  the iPad script is finished.  There are a few details I’ve left out, so consider it beta (erm….consider everything I do beta.  Its just the rule.  Always. Unless otherwise notified.  Its beta.  Yup).  I’ll update those as I figure out the best way to do it (hint:  I am refering to the two x/y pads on page two that do absolutely nothing right now, but eventually will have an interface equivalent to my ‘knobs’ plugin).  It’ll be published as soon as I figure out what to do about the Windows version, since I’m using Cassiel’s Zeroconf ports on OSX and I’m not sure how they work (if they work) on Windows. 

I played with it last night for a few hours after Plinko was up and running and OH BOY!  Blinky 🙂 Yay!

I squashed some bugs during the recent dev process, and since the iPad script and the Ohm64 script are nearly identical in function, I’ve located most of the bugs in the Ohm64 script as well.  I still need to port the changes over to it, but a release is imminent (a day and hours, not weeks like before).  I’m still on track to record some tutorials and make some docs tonight and tomorrow, but I’ve learned there’s no sense in trying to explain how something works when it doesn’t, in fact, ‘WORK’.


~ by amounra on August 1, 2011.


One Response to “Monday is EVIL…..”

  1. Way cool.
    Well elvis (C)didn't like mondays either….

    Thanks a bunch for the continued suport of the ohm 64 🙂

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