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-k mode not working #20

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lwoodbury opened this Issue Aug 31, 2011 · 2 comments

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@lwoodbury

OSX 10.6.8, OSCeleton 1.2.1

Thanks for amazing tool, but...

with -k mode you say it should stick the user number on the joint name (eg l_knee1), but I just get no user number. It works fine in normal mode (ie l_knee 1 f f f), but with -k nothing. Here's what I can see using Max to read messages when 2 users are being tracked:

print: /joint head 0.249929 0.207312
print: /joint neck 0.213173 0.286689
print: /joint l_shoulder 0.258474 0.294912
print: /joint l_elbow 0.327878 0.28873
print: /joint l_hand 0.245192 0.200382
print: /joint r_shoulder 0.167873 0.278466
print: /joint r_elbow 0.167873 0.412705
print: /joint r_hand 0.167871 0.546943
print: /joint torso 0.218675 0.384076
print: /joint l_hip 0.253753 0.486832
print: /joint l_knee 0.277243 0.688107
print: /joint l_foot 0.302533 0.882304
print: /joint r_hip 0.1946 0.476095
print: /joint r_knee 0.205924 0.678929
print: /joint head 0.809788 0.305879
print: /joint neck 0.769984 0.401978
print: /joint l_shoulder 0.828214 0.437232
print: /joint l_elbow 0.879691 0.522959
print: /joint l_hand 0.899683 0.549603
print: /joint r_shoulder 0.711754 0.366723
print: /joint r_elbow 0.616282 0.404154
print: /joint r_hand 0.643541 0.477619
print: /joint torso 0.730598 0.503658
print: /joint l_hip 0.729555 0.628553
print: /joint l_knee 0.729555 0.872458
print: /joint l_foot 0.729544 1.106983
print: /joint r_hip 0.652869 0.582124
print: /joint r_knee 0.652962 0.806677
print: /joint r_foot 0.629579 1.027292

Cheers,
Luke
(getting round it with Max router and normal OSC mode to another port for now)

@TheAlphaNerd

Not a solution... but you can try out my patch's I have available at https://github.com/TheAlphaNerd/OSCeleton-Router--For-Max-and-Max4Live-

There are a few abstractions in there that would most likely speed up your patching time

@lwoodbury

Ha ha thanks Alpha, just finished making something like that today! Look forward to having a go with your Theremin tomorrow though ;)

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