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Global Hotkeys in WPF

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If you're truly targeting WPF, why not eliminate the dependency on WinForms and use System.Windows.Input.Key instead?

If you're truly targeting WPF, why not eliminate the dependency on WinForms and use System.Windows.Input.Key instead?

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GeneralOf course ;) - Thanks for your hint! Pin
Henning Dieterichs9-Nov-11 10:34
memberHenning Dieterichs9-Nov-11 10:34 
GeneralAnd of course after your improvement, the 3rd line in the 'U... Pin
Kamran Behzad7-Nov-11 13:08
memberKamran Behzad7-Nov-11 13:08 
GeneralThank you for your improvement! I've updated the article. Pin
Henning Dieterichs1-Nov-11 8:24
memberHenning Dieterichs1-Nov-11 8:24 
Thank you for your improvement! I've updated the article.
GeneralConversions are available in System.Windows.Input.KeyInterop... Pin
Zac Bergquist1-Nov-11 4:55
memberZac Bergquist1-Nov-11 4:55 
GeneralBecause the Key-Codes are different when converting to int. Pin
Henning Dieterichs1-Nov-11 4:45
memberHenning Dieterichs1-Nov-11 4:45 

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