[chuck-users] KBHit on a macbook the 2nd !
luigi.rensinghoff at freenet.de
Mon Sep 10 15:19:25 EDT 2007
Am 10.09.2007 um 20:53 schrieb Kassen:
Thanks a lot,
thats an easy "workaround"
Idea: there is alittle app called Platypus. It should be possible to
writte alittle scriptstarter and include the command-line starting
So doubleclickers should still be able to use KBHIT
I'll try this later..
I like writing e-mails with funny sounds too ;-)
especially the smiley makes a nice sound ;-)
> On 9/10/07, Spencer Salazar <ssalazar at cs.princeton.edu> wrote:
> Ideally, the console monitor in miniAudicle could send
> keystrokes to KBHit, but this hasn't been implemented yet.
> The main strength of this would be that in this case one could make
> sure that actions like typing a email or editing a softsynth while
> the the Mini is listening for events don't accidentally affect the
> Mini (I myself tend to find this amusing and to result in "happy
> accidents" but I could imagine it being unwanted).
> So, if we know this and know the HID approach is more powerful
> another take on this matter might be something like this;
> Machine.hasFocus(int) //returns 1 is the mini/Audicle/console
> window has the OS focus, 0 otherwise
> This would allow programmers to use the more powerful
> implementation while having the option to use the KBHit style
> behaviour, even on a per-device basis. Sadly this feature would
> require a different implementation for our three platforms which
> could be a drawback but aside from that it seems win/win.
> Luigi; I would have loved to help you but feel unqualified to talk
> about such details of OSX behaviour because iI don't have a OSX
> install. KBHit seems to me like a prime canidate for system
> dependant behaviour.
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