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How to chain the keyboard in Windows?

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  • You can use SetWindowsHookEx() , but using hooks will slow the system down. Be careful.

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  • : You can use SetWindowsHookEx() , but using hooks will slow the system down. Be careful.
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    : [size=1][b][grey]Cold[/grey][blue]Shine[/blue][/b][/size]
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    : Thanx for the reply, but I want to get all the keyboard input(for every running program) not just for the active one.




  • : : You can use SetWindowsHookEx() , but using hooks will slow the system down. Be careful.
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    : : [size=1][b][grey]Cold[/grey][blue]Shine[/blue][/b][/size]
    : :
    : : Thanx for the reply, but I want to get all the keyboard input(for every running program) not just for the active one.
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    Specify 0 as the thread and specify a DLL. The hook procedure must be entirely contained within the DLL.

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