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vrf Assign Function Key to .NET button?

Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 28, 2008
Hello VRF!

I have an issue on a .NET button.

Is it possible to assign a function key (e.g. F1) globally to a .NET button?

Mouseclick on the button works fine, because I created the event-handler “Button_Click”.
Now I would like to have the same reaction by pressing F1, even if the Button has no focus.
(The event-handler “KeyPressEventArgs” and “KeyEventArgs” only work if focus is on the button.)

 

In principle I will need the functionality of the standard Vee “OK” Button, but I am using this in a loop where I need the object orientated functionality.

Has anybody an idea to solve the problem?

Thanks in advance!

Andre

 
 
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