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Last modifiedby & filed under KSP Scripting (NI Kontakt) - Tutorials, KSP: Custom Scripts & Functions (Plugins).

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.

  1. watchdog timer

  2. counter

  3. callback id [recommended]

Watchdog Timer

explained in detail in the watchdog timer tutorial

Actually the watchdog timer method is outdated compared to the counter or callback_id method. But the watchdog article is written very detailed associated with building a whole UI.
So it is still recommended for understanding how to integrate the other two methods into your UI but not necessarily required anymore.

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