I’m using a Midi Fighter Twister as my MIDI Controller. I’m trying to make the simplest script. I’m trying to emulate brush size in Adobe Photoshop. In order to do this I need to create two shortcuts for “[” and “]”. When I twist a knob to the left it should trigger the “[” keyboard key and when I twist the same knob to the right, it should trigger the “]” keyboard key. For the life of me, I have no clue on how to do that. What I managed to figure out is that it has to do with ifs and thens, but I can’t figure out the way to do it.
Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks.
I sort of made it work, but it’s really clunky and almost not usable.
I create two Translators using a pp as any value for the CC. I write something like
if pp>64 then exit rules and execute outgoing action (which is my keystroke)
if pp<64 then exit rules and skip outgoing action.
I write the same thing for the other Translator but with the signs reversed. It sort of works but the problem is that if the knob has like a 23 value as an example, it will still trigger the wrong keystroke until it reaches a 64 value and toggles the other keystroke. So it’s not pretty at all.
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