It’s time to learn how to keep the program clean and get rid of link intersections.
You can see triangle nodes on the patch. These nodes are called buses.
It’s an alternative way to link nodes’ pins. They create “invisible” links. There are two node types in
xod/patch-nodes that work in tandem:
to-bus — defines a new bus
from-bus — sources data from an existing bus
Bus nodes with the same label are considered to be implicitly interconnected by XOD. You can make a few
from-bus nodes with the same label.
IVAL pin with the counter output using bus nodes.
IVALpin of the
clocknode and the press the “B” key on your keyboard. The label automatically sets from the linking pin label.
Another fast way to create a bus is from an existing link. Select a link and press “B”. XOD breaks the link and adds bus nodes instead.