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Subject: MAX Digest - 28 Oct 1997 to 29 Oct
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There are 3 messages totalling 81 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. FAQ and list archive?
  2. Gary Lee Nelson's Rand object
  3. QuickTime VR While you wait

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Date:    Tue, 28 Oct 1997 21:30:25 -0800
From:    Issac Roth 
Subject: Re: FAQ and list archive?

> Hello,
>
> I've just subscribed to this list.
> Could someone point me to the MAX faq or possibly a searchable archive?

As you've found out, there are no centralized resources of this type yet.

An archive of all the messages on this list since mid-July is here:
ftp://ftpeng.cisco.com/iroth/max-archive.txt

A quick perl4 hack that I use to search through that archive (and other
things) is here:
ftp://ftpeng.cisco.com/iroth/search_mboxs.perl

Enjoy,

Issac

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Date:    Wed, 29 Oct 1997 15:11:40 -0800
From:    Peter Nyboer 
Subject: Gary Lee Nelson's Rand object

Is there a PPC version of the Rand (and RandIJ) object?   I have a program
that depends on it quite heavily, and would like to make it PPC compatible.

Thanks,

Peter.

Peter Nyboer
pnyboer@ucla.edu
http://www.loop.com/~pnyboer/
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Driver

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Date:    Fri, 24 Oct 1997 14:00:24 -0500
From:    Jeff Mann 
Subject: Re: QuickTime VR While you wait

>
> Date:    Thu, 23 Oct 1997 10:19:25 -0500
> From:    Paul Hertz 
> Subject: QuickTime VR While you wait
>
> While you wait for a QTVR object for MAX, there is always the possibility
> of having MAX talk with MacroMedia Director, which does have a very
> workable QTVR XObject.

I've also had some success using Hypercard and the original QTVR XCMD's
from Apple.

> The Mac-only
> HyperMIDI xcmd works very well[...] I had to
> use Apple MIDI Driver and Patchbay on one port and OMS on the other, with
> the MIDI stream physically looped around (i.e. by means of cables)

I should be able to figure this out from what you just wrote, but did
you use the shareware (1.0) version of HyperMIDI, or the expensive ($195
US) version (3.0) with MIDI Manager support?

I wasted a lot of time figuring out that I had to go back to OMS version
1.2.3 so that I could use MIDI Manager (I had an unreleased MIDI Manager
XCMD written by a friend).

It sure would be nice to have an OMS XCMD. I'd rather not use MIDI
Manager anymore...
--
Jeff Mann - Information Consumer ___O___O__= -- >
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