LAST VERSION - 1.8 / 2.1b
The library allows to set hotkeys by using the low-level keyboard hook. Below are the main differences between HotKey UDF from the native HotKeySet() function:
To assign a hotkeys are used integer values instead of strings as in the HotKeySet() function. This is useful, for example, to save the hotkey's values in the registry.
Ability to set any hotkeys including CTRL+ALT+DEL, F12, WIN+*, etc. The only exceptions are special keys such as "Fn" which do