Sir, my program will not do anything on its own.
I have a added GetLogicalDriveStrings in a combobox which will show the list of drive present in the PC. Then if the user wishes to add a directory by pressing a push button, then cmd function should execute and create a directory or hiding folders and so on on the drive specified.
I know it is much easier to do this manually but I am learning windows API so it will be helpful for my future use.
I think you are talking about a Resource Script of some type. Dealing with a Button or Menu.
I must admit, my knowledge of C# is Zero. However, this happens in MFC if you try to use the same Underscore twice.
( As in &Underline in One Menu, and &Undo in another menu) The Framework does not bother to disambiguate, to make you choose between 'Underline' and 'Undo'. The idea of Shortcut Keys is 'Shortcuts', not a philosophical set of Dialogs about what you Really meant when you typed CTRL + U. If there is ambiguity, the system does unexpected things, such as not underlining YOUR &U if the system has already a Ctrl + U in its Scope. Don't know the rules, but I guess, that is where your problem lays.
In effect, there are only 26 Ctrl+... shortcuts available, a bakers dozen of which (such as Ctrl + X for 'Edit.Cut') have been used by Microsoft.
I take it you understand the gist of where I'm getting to.
Hope this is helpful
Bram van Kampen
modified 11-Feb-16 20:16pm.
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