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Posted the thread [C#,.NET] Building a better key handler - Revisited.ThreadFor those of you who grabbed the code in the previous post, you need an update.
HERE'S WHAT HAPPENED:
So I started to test the code and I found a few nasty bugs. Hotkeys mysteriously not firing, double commands after closing a dialog box.
So I spent a…
There are times when I needed to get input from the user, but I didn't want to build a custom dialog box.
So I came up with a simple solution:
(Code, 142 lines)
To use this, you will need to add the following two lines:
One very nice feature in an application is the ability to respond to keyboard chords. An example of the use of this technique is Visual Studio.
To toggle regions , you would press <Ctrl+M>,'M'.
In this post, I'm going to share a (fairly)…