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Cycling '74 has updated Max to version 5.1.7.

 

Changes:

  • vst~: fix for byte ordering issues saving and loading preset files.
  • nodes: fixed memory leak with pictures.
  • nodes: display properly default picture on windows.
  • pattrstorage: new @fileusagemode – when 1, JSON/XML storage files will not be included in collectives and standalones. Default = 0 (include storage file).
  • Table redraws after being recalled by pattrstorage.
  • pattrstorage: no longer prompts for file saving when in parameter mode.
  • pattrstorage: @paraminitmode is now properly/consistently visible in the inspector (Auto-Update Initial Value flag).
  • pattrstorage: updating the initial value when Initial Enable is on dirties the patcher.
  • pattrstorage: implemented logic for interaction between 'native’ pattrstorage attrs and additional parameter attrs, as follows: if Initial Enable is on, pattrstorage ignores @autorestore and @savemode (since the storage data is written to the patcher file). If Initial Enable is off (or if pattrstorage’s Parameter Enable attribute is off), @autorestore and @savemode function as per the pattrstorage documentation. Note that you can still save JSON (or XML) files in Parameter Mode, but those files will not be loaded automatically if Initial Enable is on.
  • Parameter Window: pop-up menu no longer offers 'Update Initial Value’ option for attributes in read-only patchers (abstractions, bpatchers, poly~).
  • “buffer~ audio jongly.aif 0 2” creates a stereo buffer from a mono file as it used to.
  • Nodes includes the knobpicture automatically in a collective/standalone/device.
  • snapshot~: properly updates time interval specified in ITM units when tempo changes.
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