As one of Vuo's developers, I work on Vuo's engine (the thing that makes compositions run), work on nodes, and write documentation. You'll see me on the forums answering people's questions about Vuo.
I enjoy using Vuo to make live music visuals. My hope for Vuo is that it will grow into a community of people of diverse backgrounds and identities making lots of different artistic, useful, unique, goofy, beautiful, crafty, wonderful compositions.
Estoy practicando para ser competente en español. Si publicas en el foro en español, trataré de responder en la misma manera.
As a secondary thought, it would be amazing if there was a user settable location where Vuo would also load up nodes from. This way a user could sync their node custom library across multiple machines via Dropbox.
DiGiTaLFX (@DiGiTaLFX) (or anyone else who'd like to customize the location where modules are installed) — would this solve your problem?
Place your Vuo Modules in your Dropbox folder.
Delete ~/Library/Application Support/Vuo/Modules
Open Terminal and create a symbolic link so that ~/Library/Application Support/Vuo/Modules redirects to your Dropbox subfolder.
This procedure was quick to get working, and will work in the next release. Since it requires using Terminal it's not the most user-friendly solution. But before spending more time on it (making a Preferences dialog or whatnot), I wanted to check with y'all to see if that was important to you or if there are other things you'd prefer we spend our time on.
Workaround: Instead of Filter Control or Filter and Scale Control, you can use Get Control Values -> Are Equal, as in the attached composition.
I agree that it should be more obvious how to do an exact match instead of a partial match on the control name. Would people still want to do a partial match sometimes? That would affect our implementation.
@DRDN, I'm glad you were able to find and delete the problematic node. If you still have the node, could you attach it to this bug report so we can figure out why Vuo crashed? In fact, it would help even more if you could provide all of the nodes you had installed, in case the problem involves multiple nodes.
@Kewl, thanks for the suggestion about AppCleaner. It seems like a useful tool in general, although in this case AppCleaner missed the folders where the problematic node would have been installed (either User Modules or System Modules). We looked into how the Vuo app could inform AppCleaner about those locations and, not finding any documentation, have asked the developers.