dts350z wrote:Why don't you post a layout or group that demonstrates the issue?
By "choices" do you mean linking to "preset number"?
I do see a difference in linking to an int variable's value and linking to it's parameter #
variable (0,1) --> Absolute PM (0,1) --link--> Int value (0,2)
Int changes values when variable is .333333 and .666666
variable (0,1) --> Absolute PM (0,1) --link--> Int preset number (3 presets)
int changes presets when variable is 0.25 and 0.75
I also tried linking the variable value directly to the int (no PM). Exact same behavior as mentioned above. Are you using a relative PM?
This is on .9720 with windows 7. I can test other platforms (including intel and PPC mac) if you are getting different results than the above.
The conclusion, for me, is that .9720 is not returning to the original behavior with scaling the floats to preset choices.
seb@plogue wrote:That's not what I get here... really strange. Are you linking the value directly to the preset number or do you go through a parameter modulator?
You said the rounding was processor-specific. I have a 2007 Santa Rosa MacBook Pro, it's an Intel Core 2 Duo T7500. But, .9716 was OK so I'm at a loss. Would the log file give you any clues?
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