FIXED: FeedbackTOP broke after bypass

Hello everyone,
I have a simple bug that is causing a lot of problems for my current project.
When we reference a CHOP value in the Pulse of a feedbackTOP, it stops working when we deactivate it and reactivate with the bypass.
This is also the case if you use the value as ChopExport

I have attached here a simple toe file to reproduce the bug.

Here is how to reproduce the bug :

  • First test the button that pulse the feedback
  • Bypass the feedbackTOP
  • Unbypass it
  • Test the button again

It doesn’t work anymore.
The only way to make it work again is by manualy clicking on the pulse button in the feedbackTOP parameters window.

my setup : 2022.32660 on Windows 10


Same problem with CacheTOP…
Which make me think that the problem comes from the CHOP referencing…

bug pulse feedback.toe (6.3 KB)

This seems to only relate to Pulse-Parameters. Exporting to the reset toggle or any other parameter for example does not show this behaviour.

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Hey @hello_im_flo

Thanks for the report.

I was able to reproduce.

This is logged for a developer to look into it.


This will be fixed in builds 2022.33560+