FLsetVal — Sets the value of a FLTK valuator at control-rate.


FLsetVal is almost identical to FLsetVal_i. Except it operates at k-rate and it affects the target valuator only when ktrig is set to a non-zero value.


FLsetVal ktrig, kvalue, ihandle


ihandle -- an integer number (used as unique identifier) taken from the output of a previously located widget opcode (which corresponds to the target widget). It is used to unequivocally identify the widget when modifying its appearance with this class of opcodes. The user must not set the ihandle value directly, otherwise a Csound crash will occur.


ktrig -- triggers the opcode when different than 0.

kvalue -- Value to set the widget to.

[Note] Note
FLsetVal is not fully implemented yet, and may crash in certain cases (e.g. when setting the value of a widget connected to a FLvalue widget- in this case use two separate FLsetVal)

See Also

FLcolor, FLcolor2, FLhide, FLlabel, FLsetAlign, FLsetBox, FLsetColor, FLsetColor2, FLsetFont, FLsetPosition, FLsetSize, FLsetText, FLsetTextColor, FLsetTextSize, FLsetTextType, FLsetVal_i, FLshow


Author: Gabriel Maldonado

New in version 4.22