The Console library prints out my window's movement

edited May 2016 in Library Questions

I installed the Console library from P3's lib manager. Try opening up one of the examples and drag the window around. At least on windows, it's printing out every move, like so:

__MOVE__ 2836 483
__MOVE__ 2833 492
__MOVE__ 2831 498
__MOVE__ 2828 501
__MOVE__ 2827 503
__MOVE__ 2825 504
__MOVE__ 2825 505
__MOVE__ 2824 506

Is there any way around this? I tried looking at the sourcecode but couldn't really find anything there. I'm guessing some other process is printing it out? Weird how it doesn't show up in the standard processing console though.

It's not a huge problem, but I'm building a control interface where the console prints out important info, so having it erase everything every time I drag the window around is a huge pain.


  • edited April 2016


    I tried it and got the same result. Unfortunately, I have no idea why, but I will look into it and try to find a solution.

    Kind regards, Mathias

  • Alright, thanks a lot!

  • Answer ✓

    Hey! I know it took me a while, but i finally updated the lib.

  • Got it! Thank you!

    I don't understand setTimestamp()'s behavior though. I would assume you want to show the time an individual line was printed? But for me, it just shows the current time at the start of every line.

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