This is a tough one! :(



  • I want to create a combobox with a list of different waveforms I created..

    Each waveform has 4 different types, so my question is...

    Can I create a knob that resets every time I get to a certain position on the combobox for example...

    you select a waveform from the list the knob goes to zero, the knob can be moved 4 times to cypher through the different waveforms, then when another waveform is selected the knob resets and is able to cypher through 4 more?

    Man I hope this makes since to someone lol

    The combobox will be listed as such
    sinewave
    -sinepw2
    -sinepw2
    -sinepw3
    Triangle
    -trianglepw1
    -trianglepw2
    -trianglepw3



  • Yes you can do that



  • @d-healey
    ok cool, as long as I know its possible, I'll figure it out.



  • This is what I got so far.. seems as hard as I thought it would be haha..
    am I headed in the right direction, or way off?

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  • @BWSounds

    First thing I see

        if (value == 0) 
        {
     Combo.setValue(value+1);
      
       }
       
          if (value == 1) 
        {
     Combo.setValue(value+1);
      
       } 
       
           if (value == 2) 
        {
     Combo.setValue(value+1);
      
       }
       
           if (value == 3) 
        {
     Combo.setValue(value+1);
      
       }
    

    You've written the same thing 4 times. Why not just put Combo.setValue(value + 1) and be done with it, the if statements serve no purpose.

    I'm not 100% sure what you want. Tell me what value the knob should be for each combo box value and what value the combo box should be for each knob value.



  • @d-healey
    Thank you for taking the time to look at this, I ended up figuring it out!


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