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Add cmd line switch to stop PrintScreen key from being registered #469

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tomcw opened this Issue Aug 18, 2017 · 3 comments

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tomcw commented Aug 18, 2017

Reason: It's occasionally useful to be able to run AppleWin with Windows' default PrintScreen support, eg. for the screen grabs I did in #464, I had to set a breakpoint and skip over AppleWin_RegisterHotKeys().

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This is a good idea.

Recommend: -no-printscreen-key

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Michaelangel007 commented Aug 24, 2017

This is a good idea.

Recommend: -no-printscreen-key

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This needs to be added to doc/History.txt for 1.27

. [Bug #469] Added new command line to disable the PrintScreen key from being registered: -no-printscreen-key
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Michaelangel007 commented Aug 24, 2017

This needs to be added to doc/History.txt for 1.27

. [Bug #469] Added new command line to disable the PrintScreen key from being registered: -no-printscreen-key
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Not closing until above added to history.txt

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Michaelangel007 commented Aug 24, 2017

Not closing until above added to history.txt

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