|Categories: dialog,control,miscellaneous||Status: STABLE|
|Author: Francesco Montorsi||wxWidgets supported ports: all|
|Current maintainer: Francesco Montorsi||wxWidgets supported versions: 2.6, 2.8|
|Latest version: 2.1||Build system: Bakefile-based|
|Programming language: C++||Samples provided: 1|
|External dependencies: none||Documentation: doxygen|
|Description: A generic system to bind one or more keyshortcut to the commands you want
(menu commands or whatever you like). A pre-built panel and a complete system to view/remove/add/edit command shortcuts is included. Also key profiles are supported and a complete load/save system based on wxConfig is present.
Integrates with your applications with few modifications and allows the users to customize all the commands they want, bypassing the limitation of a single key-shortcut to each command. Supports Unicode and shared builds.|
|Links for KeyBinder:|
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Obviously, since keybinder is not an application, the following screenshots
refer to the sample application included with this module which shows the usage
of the keybinder classes.
The following screenshots have been taken on a
Windows XP system using different build flags:
The following ones instead have been taken on Red Hat Linux 9.0:
The doxygen-generated documentation for this component is available online
here. Please let me know if you think something is missing.
None. To submit a bug report please look at wxCode FAQ.
None. To submit a feature request please look at wxCode FAQ.