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Default OSC command listing

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  • Official comment
    Léa

    Hi,

    Unfortunately, such messages don't exist in HeavyM 2 right now. This is not in our immediate plans to implement them at the moment. Sorry for the inconvenience.

    I can invite you to post your suggestion in our Feature Wishlist so that other users who have a similar request can show their interest.

    Have a nice day.

  • mrcidavies

    Lea,

    So to review, you cannot 'store' the OSC (or MIDI) commands that are learnt, and as they have no defaults each project created you would have to relearn all commands from the control surface.

    Can it also be assumed that this also applies to the latest and greatest DMX controls?

    How in any way can this be correct, let alone the standard, on a piece of professional (your definition) software? And the suggestion is log it as a 'feature wish', you are joking, this should be fixed!

    This is unacceptable and as requests for improvement already go back 5 months or more I would expect this to be treated as a bug.

    Regards.

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  • Léa

    Hi,

    At the moment, the assignments (for all types of Controls) as well as the associated MIDI device are saved in the .hm project file. The configuration settings for DMX and OSC are saved as global settings for the software on a certain computer.

    Have a nice day.

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  • mrcidavies

    Lea,

    Thank you for your reply but I have found that OSC settings are not saved, either in the .hm file or globally for me. Also what is meant by a certain computer'?

    Please if I could be missing a configuration setting please advise.

    Regards,

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  • Léa

    Hi again,

    I'll try to clarify. In the OSC tab, these settings are saved globally on your computer, as kind of preferences:

    Meaning that, on this computer, whatever project or even HeavyM 2 version you open these will be the OSC network settings.

    And these actual assignments are saved in the .hm project file:

    For instance, in this screenshot, the address "/fader1" was assigned via the learning mode to the Speed in the Special effect tab of HeavyM, from a touchOSC template. When you open this project again, if you send a float value to the address /fader1 (with the original touchOSC template or any OSC-sending app), the Speed value will be updated accordingly.

    Hope that helps! If it doesn't work as expected, please submit a bug report with your .hm project file and details about the OSC app and configuration you use and the assignments that don't work properly. Thanks in advance.

    Have a nice day.

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