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Systray App responding to keyboard shortcuts

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Hey all,

I am wondering if its possible to have a .NET windows app that runs
hidden (as NotifyIcon) that can still respond to keyboard shortcuts.

For example, my app is running on the sys tray and I am currently in MS
Word.
I press a short cut (CTRL+ SHIFT + S) and my app's main form shows.

Also, what are the considerations if the active application has the
same shortcut mapped to do something?

Many thanks,
Steven Nagy

Mar 13 '06 #1
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Steven, you can use nxSharp ActionList, third-party component for .NET.
It maintain Global shortcuts and others cool features.
http://nxsharp.com/overview/features/
Mar 19 '06 #2

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