I haven\'t built an example for a triple press yet however I can give you the gist of how I do it.
On pedal press up or down, I increment the value of ge and set an \"Evaluate\" timer with a 300ms delay (time to count up)
Evaluate counts the clicks/releases and from that determine the gesture type and stores it in global variable gf.
Count of 1 is click and hold
Count of 2 is click and release
Count of 3 is double click with hold on second press
Count of 4 is double click and release
For holds, I look at the value of gf to determine if it is a release after a hold
// gf is gestuire
// 1= single down and hold
// 2= single press
// 3= double down and hold
// 4= double press
// 5= release after down and hold
// 6= release after double down and hold
Gesture dispatcher translators then look at gf, note (or CC number) and channel to determine if it is for them and skip if it is not theirs.
So for triple press you would need to use ge with higher values and then set gf to the new gesture definitions you want.
For instance, for 5 count it would be triple press with hold on last press. For 6 count it would be triple press and release.
These are the current values of gf so I would add a type of 7 for triple press with hold on last and 8 (which are not yet used above) for triple press and release. You would do that in the \"Set Gesture\" translator.
Then set up translators (incoming action timer \"Gesture Displatcher\") to look for those conditions and produce the output you want.
If your foot/or finger is not fast enough for a triple press in 300ms, then set the timer in \"3 Byte Button Press\" to a longer time (maybe 500 ms or 1/2 second).
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P.S. Looking at the project file I use gd as the down counter and ge as the up counter. That way I can tell how many presses (gd) and releases (ge) to determine the gesture (gf).
It has been a few months since I worked on this so I forgot ;-)