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Support for PrtScrn key #239

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jwrober opened this issue Jan 24, 2020 · 4 comments
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Support for PrtScrn key #239

jwrober opened this issue Jan 24, 2020 · 4 comments
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@jwrober jwrober commented Jan 24, 2020

Please consider adding support for using keyboard shortcuts to activate the New menu.

Current Screen = Crtl+PrtScrn
Full Screen = PrtScrn
Rectangular Area = Alt+PrtScrn
Active Window = Shift+PrtScrn

or some other configurable setup.

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@DamirPorobic DamirPorobic commented Jan 26, 2020

The PrintScreen Key was my first target for Global Shortcuts but unfortunately the key is handled previously by the OS, with Linux and Windows. I need to have a better look into this and some option how to bypass the OS.

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@DamirPorobic DamirPorobic commented Feb 12, 2020

We probably need to tackle this one soon as it would probably enable us to capture context menu which currently is not possible with global hotkeys.

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@DamirPorobic DamirPorobic commented Feb 14, 2020

We might need to use this under Windows to detect PrintScreen. Ned to check for a solution under Linux.

@DamirPorobic DamirPorobic moved this from To do to In progress in v1.7.0 Feb 23, 2020
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@DamirPorobic DamirPorobic commented Feb 24, 2020

Linux part seems to be working. The Windows part looks promising so far, I'm able to detect Print Key Pressed but it's way more low level then rest of our native key press filter.

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