FLslidBnkSetk — modify the values of a slider bank.


Plugin opcode in widgets. This opcode is part of the plugin repository and has to be installed separately. These FLTK widgets do not work on the Mac. The plugin repository can be found here: https://github.com/csound/plugins

FLslidBnkSetk modifies the values of a slider bank according to an array of values stored in a table.


FLslidBnkSetk  ktrig, ihandle, ifn [, istartIndex, istartSlid, inumSlid]


ihandle - handle of the sliderBnk (to be used to set its values).

ifn - number of a table containing an array of values to set each slider to.

istartIndex - (optional) starting index of the table element of to be evaluated firstly. Default value is zero

istartSlid - (optional) starting slider to be evaluated. Default 0, denoting the first slider.

inumSlid - (optional) number of sliders to be updated. Default 0, denoting all sliders.


ktrig – the output of FLslidBnkSetk consists of a trigger that informs if sliders have to be updated or not. A non-zero value forces the slider to be updated.

FLslidBnkSetk is similar to FLslidBnkSet but allows k-rate to modify the values of FLslidBnk (FLslidBnkSetk can also be used with FLvslidBnk, obtaining identical result). It also allows the slider bank to be joined with MIDI. If you are using MIDI (for instance, when using the slider8table opcode), FLslidBnkSetk changes the values of FLslidBnk bank of sliders to a set of values located in a table. This opcode is actually able to serve as a MIDI bridge to the FLslidBnk widget when used together with the sliderXXtable set of opcodes (see slider8table entry for more information). Notice, that, when you want to use table indexing as a curve response, it is not possible to do it directly in the iconfigtable configuration of FLslidBnk2, when you intend to use the FLslidBnkSetk opcode. In fact, corresponding inputTable element of FLslidBnkSetk must be set in linear mode and respect the 0 to 1 range. Even the corresponding elements of sliderXXtable must be set in linear mode and in the normalized range. You can do table indexing later, by using the tab and tb opcodes, and rescaling output according to max and min values. By the other hand, it is possible to use linear and exponential curve response directly, by setting the actual min-max range and flag both in the iconfigtable of corresponding FLslidBnk2 and in sliderXXtable.

FLslidBnkSetk the k-rate version of FLslidBnk2Set.

See Also

FLslider, FLslidBnkGetHandle, FLslidBnk, FLslidBnk2, FLvslidBnk, FLvslidBnk2 FLslidBnkSet, FLslidBnk2Set, slider8table


Author: Gabriel Maldonado

New in version 5.06