Hi, Try this.
There are 5 translators
The first one sets a watchdog timer for 1 second so that if there is no movement within that time, we assume we are done and issue a click up.
On the second translator, we look at the value of ga and if it is 1 that means we already triggered a start sequend so we don't do anything. Otherwise, we let it trigger the timer "Encoder 1 Move.
The third translator handles the click down action at current position if ga=1
The forth one will move the mouse (with click already down) thereby dragging it, depending on the direction you turned your knob (global variable gb).
Finally if nothing happens within 1 second, the watchdog timer trips thereby sending a click up and setting ga back to zero so the process repeats.
You may want to play around with the value of the watchdog timer. One second is usually pretty good but you might want to try 500ms (1/2 second) to see if it feels more responsive. Since the Arturia does not send encoder touch and release messages we have to guess based on timing of your knob movements.
There are several rules in there that may not make sense to you. I'm running on Beta 1.8.5 which has a logging feature that is wonderful for debugging my programs. I can use the log to tell me what is going on without doing mouse movements. Hopefully this version will release soon. The Log rules will be OK with 1.8.4 but just not execute.
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