Hi Jaymie (@jstrecker),thanks for your answer. That's exactly what I had in mind as it is recommended to use power-of-two dimensions images in Blender for faster calculation I was wondering if it was the same in Vuo. Will try than to load example of each and see how it goes.
The "Send MIDI Notes" example composition outputs to the first available MIDI device, which may or may not be the one you want. You should check what the first available device is on your system and make sure it's configured to send to Garageband or Mainstage.
To send MIDI to another app, you need to:
open macOS's Audio MIDI Setup app
open the MIDI Studio panel
open the IAC Driver panel
check the "Device is online" box
click the plus to create a port
select that port as Vuo's output and as an input in Garageband and Mainstage
Yes, sorry, I see how that's confusing. As you can see in the uploaded version, I can get it to appear correct. But this requires setting a -z translation on the filled/reintrepreted polygon to put it in the desired stacking order. Further, if I change the order in Combine 3D Objects, the filled polygon comes to the front, even with the -z translation.
Intuitively, I would expect that if all are flat 2D planes with no z translation, then changing the order in Combine 3D Objects should change the stacking order. Have to double check, I think if I make the z translation big enough the filled polygon might come to the front/top, but the amount it takes to do that also defeats attempts at accuracy and adds to the feeling that this is not expected behavior.