Blocks GUI Question (Lamp's colors gone missing)

Discussion in 'REAKTOR' started by Catman Dude, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. Catman Dude

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    Bis Peter koennen wir alle hoffen zu kommen.;)
     
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    Auch ausgezeichnet. Was habe ich fuer member-Nummer? Vielleicht kann ich es sehen irgendwo...
     
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    point mouse arrow on your forum name and look at the bottom of you browser
     
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    OK, if I 'reply' to my own post I see 356101. Nicht spitze, aber gut genug.
     
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    Sum of the digits is 7 and seven is holy in some cultures.
     
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    EDIT: Never mind what I wrote below, I solved the problem!
    There was another macro inside of Colour, which was causing the extra square mentioned below. I turned off its Visible flag and (I think; I hope; I pray?) it's working now.

    Sorry to still be working on this, and asking for help!
    I mentioned that I 'fixed' my Gate-showing problem by borrowing the 'Colour' module from the Note In block.
    I probably screwed it up by meddling with something in it, but while it almost functions correctly, and is much better than my disappearing Lamp colors, it seems not to initialize properly.
    By which I mean that if I merely click in the structure on the Display macro, all is well. But if I don't, I get my 2 colors, but I also get an 'inner' square of a different, constant color as well.
    I checked this in Reaktor.app as well as Logic, and they both malfunction the same.
    I still have the 'Allow Audio Events' property clicked for the Lamp output of the Process macro.
    Is there a simple and sure-fire way to get the 'Display' macro initialized as appears to happen when I simply click on it?
    I provide a pic of the structure in question as well as the current block.
    Thanks if you have time.
     

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