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FIXED: 26450 TouchInDAT not cooking

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FIXED: 26450 TouchInDAT not cooking

Postby bLackburst » Fri Oct 12, 2018 12:21 am

Hi
I'm having trouble where TouchIn DAT needs to be rclick->force cooked in order to receive a table from a touchOutDAT. I'm using tcp, localhost, tried different ports. No amount of disableing, resending etc works. All other touchIN/OUT operator types work though. I can't use udp because of the table size(100kb or so).
win10, no firewalls etc.
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Re: 26450 TouchInDAT not cooking

Postby Qvoloid » Sat Oct 13, 2018 2:54 am

Can you attach an example?
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Re: 26450 TouchInDAT not cooking

Postby ben » Wed Oct 17, 2018 3:19 am

Yeah sorry about this, we identified this bug after 26450 was posted. It will also effect TDAbleton projects since they reply on this DAT. We have a fix and will be posting a new build shortly.
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Re: FIXED: 26450 TouchInDAT not cooking

Postby carloalan » Wed Nov 07, 2018 12:53 pm

I can confirm similar behaviour with the updin DAT. It doesnt work until I am "looking" at the node in the network. I am on 25850 and Windows 10. The patch gets startet on Windows startup and goes directly into Perform Mode. It doesnt work until I go into the network and go to the level of the udpin DAT. Its fixed now with enabling the DATs export flag but I guess that shouldnt be the way to go...
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Re: FIXED: 26450 TouchInDAT not cooking

Postby malcolm » Wed Nov 07, 2018 12:54 pm

The build that is posted on our downloads page now has the fix included. If you update you won't have this issue anymore.
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