I think this is normal if you do not have automationAllowed set.  The default should be to use automation and if enabled, it will generate a gk-var. I use this in my synths for dropdowns for things like filter types, oscillator types, etc. and using i(<my_dropdown>) allows for changing at runtime.  


On Sun, Mar 24, 2013 at 2:05 PM, menno <nabob_cd@yahoo.com> wrote:
ah yes, now i understand the Csound error - with reverse engineering...thanks
Time to dig up a C language book?

When i generate the csd to a file i read:

   if (1 == 1) then
    iphs = -1
    else
    iphs = 2
   endif

ans also, before this:

    if 1 == 1 then
    tablew kred, kindex, giamps
;Write the red values inside the table 'giamps'
    elseif 1 == 2 then
    tablew kgreen, kindex, giamps
;Write the green values inside the table 'giamps'
    else
    tablew kblue, kindex, giamps
;Write the blue values inside the table 'giamps'
    endif
    kindex = kindex+1
if (kindex < icnt) kgoto loop

It IS running, but it seems weird to see:  if 1 == 1 and elseif 1 == 2
and
   if (1 == 1) then
    iphs = -1
    else
    iphs = 2

that's confusing to say the least. Is this the normal behaviour of the
DropdownList?




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