Double-click on background and typing name in node-browser isn’t working any more, subpatch isn’t in the list. Tested in 50beta35 and 50beta35.5. Subpatch is definitely in subfolder and I’m in a scenario that is working in 45beta34.2.
Made a testpatch to confirm, same there.
Hm, it also keeps on loosing connection to more and more subpatches in subfolders. Those are linked throughout my project and have been working fine in the past.
Also I can’t see any system behind, sometimes when I open the project it is as it was before, sometimes subpatches are gone.
It became pretty painful to work in 50beta35.x. Sorry to annoy you with this.
regarding the demo in your .zip: confirmed, there seems to be some changed behavior, thanks for the report. what works as a workaround: name the subdirectory “modules” and start all modules with a capital letter to have them show up in the nodebrowser.
note: this is only a problem of the nodebrowsers filtering, it does not influence the loading of saved patches.
how is this related to the initial bug-report of the nodebrowser not showing certain entries? please provide a reproducible demo. or, if it is not related please start a new topic about it.
I opened the subpatch (regular open dialog), then copied its node from the root patch, pasted it into toplevel_patch and for the time all was working. Pins accessable and all. After saving toplevel_patch and reopening the link is broken, red node.
The file path shown when hovering over the node is correct.
I know this message from the past, but it hasn’t happened popped up. Also I haven’t been changing directory, it was a simple “Save”, not “Save As”.
The tooltip’s path is still correct, thus shouldn’t the link still be working?
There might be the issue.
toplevel_patch.v4p sits in “C:\Users\mf0x\Documents\vvvv\my projects\projectfolder”.
Correct relative link thus should be: “sequences\subpatch.v4p”
I misread the tooltip as starting with just “” instead of “…” - which would be a correct absolute path.
SHIFT+ALT+P is still active but should hardly ever by needed as this happens now automatically whenever possible. anyway again, since this is not related to the initial topic, please start a new forum thread if you find a case you can reproduce and try to be as explicit as possible in how to reproduce it.