Here are a few links to get you started:
You can also send a:
to any osc address and it will return it's current state.
*** For the devs***
On a side note, I don't believe there is a return command that tells you what clip is connected.
My 2 cents:
I'd LOVE to have an osc address that tells you how many columns are present in the comp/deck (int), then another osc that would tell you what the current clip in each layer is connected (int). This seconds address would get its value from where it lies in the 0-1 float value of the first address.
comp/deck has 10 columns, so the output range for how many columns would be 0-9, with an output value of always it's max value, so in this case 9
the output value of the previous address would now be use to define the range of the next address
Each layer will have a connected clip column position address with a range of 0-9 (pulled from the previous address), and if the clip in column 5 is connected, then the output value for this layer would be 4.
comp/deck has 26 columns so the address range would be 0-25 with an always max output value of 25
layer 1 has column 3 connected, so it's output value would be 2
layer 2 has column 15 connected, so it's output value would be 14
layer 3 has column 22 connected, so it's output value would be 21
etc. etc. etc.
each time the deck is changed the column values will be updated.
on a side note, what does the "selected" osc command do?
just something i think would be useful for a few tools i had on the back burner as well