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[Solved] Undo function in GUIOnEventMode?

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I haven't been able to locate any explanation of how to detect and process an Undo request (ctrl+z ... not a GUI button) while a GUI is active in GUIOnEventMode.

What is a good method to define a function for that specific keyboard input?  (All the buttons and "click on label" elements of my GUI work fine, BTW ... so I'm pleased with OnEventMode.)  If I can catch the key input, my GUI can determine what, if anything, to do.  IOW, the key input shouldn't be associated with any particular control.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Melba23

qwert,

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how to detect and process an Undo request (ctrl+z ... not a GUI button) while a GUI is active

That sounds like a definition of an Accelerator key - look at GUISetAccelerators in the Help file.

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qwert

Thank you, Melba23.

Indeed, Accelerator keys are the answer.  (I've never had an occasion to use them.)  I fashioned a short demonstration script for using them in OnEventMode, based on the following provision in the help file:

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If there is no suitable control available in the GUI then a dummy control can be created using GUICtrlCreateDummy.

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;           Test of accelerator key for Undo in OnEventMode
;
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
Opt("GUIOnEventMode", 1)

GUICreate("Custom MsgBox", 225, 80)
GUICtrlCreateLabel("Please select a button.", 10, 10)
$idUndo = GUICtrlCreateDummy()
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1, "Undo")
Local $aAccelKeys[1][2] = [["^z", $idUndo]] ; can define several in this statement
GUISetAccelerators($aAccelKeys)
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

While 1
    sleep(10)
WEnd

Func Undo()
        MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "You selected", "Undo")
        GUIDelete()
        Exit
EndFunc

And, yes, both GUICtrlSetOnEvent and GUISetAccelerators are required for this to work in OnEventMode.

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