Hello out there, instead of continueing my ensemble-work I spent the last two days thinking about why the .... this mysterious thing occurs: The attached little example ensemble reconstructs the problem: From the few possibilities to change the status of a Core object I normally choose this one: "1" activates it. "0" deactivates it. When you open the CoreCell and the "????"-Macro, which is the one of interest, you will see two "buses", one including an ILatch, one including the "inner life" of an ILatch (forget about the other inputs, these are relicts from the structure which I am working on - so I set them to "0"). Both are connected to the same constant "0". So they should show the same behaviour. If you look at at the two CoreSonde-GUIs ( this is no advertising thread ) you see that they don´t. Pushing the central button sends a "1" (activate). One second later this thing should be deactivated by automatically generating an "0". But - in only one case this works !! Even more weard: If I activate the DebugMode after a GeneralReset and put the cursor over the wire coming from the ReadModule the Quickbubble shows me a "1" !! What I am expecting is a "0" as the content of OBCs is set to "0" after a GeneralReset. And besides: Normally I choose the "inner life" variante and everything is fine. Two days ago I mentioned this strange thing for the first time. I think that this is a too basic thing to turn out as a PC-Mac-thingy like there is often one in Reaktor, - although - Herwig, who is running a Mac tried a similar example ensemble with again different, strange results. So - is there a wise person out there who can save me from getting mentally ill ? All the best, Gerald.