Actually currently there’s no way to use or monitor any mouse events in Kontakt 5. We can only simulate a mouse release event with workarounds. In this article we will introduce 3 different methods.
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explained in detail in the watchdog timer tutorial
The watchdog timer method is outdated compared to the other methods here, although it still got some minor advantages.
However the watchdog timer tutorial is written very detailed associated with building a whole UI which you can also use to implement these newer approaches here.
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