#232 gemkeyname does not work anymore

0.94
closed-fixed
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2015-07-02
2014-08-22
Cyrille Henry
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gemkeyname did not output anything.

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  • fixed with [dbb097], where [gemkey*] objects are replaced by abstractions

     

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    Commit: [dbb097]

    • summary: gemkeyname did not work anymore --> gemkeyname does not work anymore
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
    • assigned_to: IOhannes m zmölnig
     
    • Release: 0.93-git --> 0.94
     
  • jack
    jack
    2015-07-02

    Hello,

    I re-open this discussion.

    I am using :
    GEM: ver: 0.93.git 7747518
    GEM: compiled: Jun 23 2015
    with Pd 0.46.5
    on Ubuntu 15.04

    And when i create a gemwin with border 0, [gemkeyname] and [gemkeyboard] don't work anymore : they don't output any value.
    I can see mouse events but nothing with keyboard.
    ++

    Jack

     
  • did you do a "make install"? are you by chance mixing the abstractions with an older Gem installation?

     
  • jack
    jack
    2015-07-02

    Here it is what i do :

    $ git pull
    Already up-to-date.
    $ ./configure --with-pd=/usr/local/include/pd
    ...
    $ make
    ...
    $ sudo make install
    ...
    ++

    Jack

     
  • where from are the [gemkey*] abstractions loaded? (run Pd with -verbose)

     
    • jack
      jack
      2015-07-02

      From :
      /usr/local/lib/pd/extra/Gem/gemkeyname.pd
      (tried /usr/local/lib/pd/extra/Gem/gemkeyname.pd and succeeded)
      ++

      Jack

       
  • Cyrille Henry
    Cyrille Henry
    2015-07-02

    using a recent git installation, gemkeyname is an abstraction comming from : /user/local/lib/pd/extra/gem
    and everything is working as expected.
    (ubuntu 14.04)
    cyrille

     
    • jack
      jack
      2015-07-02

      I have no problem to use [gemkeyname] or [gemkeyboard] with [border 1( on [gemwin], but it doesn't work when i send [border 0( (when i use fullscreen).
      ++

      Jack

       
      • that is a different issue, and related to root-windows and focus.

        please open another ticket, ifyou feel that this is really a bug in Gem (which i'm not so sure, but that's just my defensive standard reply)

         
        • jack
          jack
          2015-07-02

          Hmm, weird, when i create a gemwin with border, i can switch to the gemwin with the shortcut ALT+tab, but when i create it with border 0, it doesn't appear when i use the same shortcut.
          And, if i click on the gemwin, the last window (pd patch) stays selected.
          It is strange, because with the old version of Gem (without gemwin abstraction), everything was OK with no border.
          ++

          Jack

           
          • jack
            jack
            2015-07-02

            Sorry for the noise, the problem is not related with the shortcut. I have the same behavior when i use Gem with gemwin, gemkeyname, gemkeyboard as objects, where everything works.

             


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