Re: Bypass Accelerator Keys

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Wed, 3 Dec 2008 11:46:39 -0600
CHtmlView already handles backspace, if you want to override it you will
have to load an accelerator table and use that.


void CHTMLViewView::OnInitialUpdate()
   m_hAccel =

BOOL CHTMLViewView::PreTranslateMessage(MSG* pMsg)
   if (::TranslateAccelerator(m_hWnd,m_hAccel,pMsg) == 0)
      return CHtmlView::PreTranslateMessage(pMsg);

void CHTMLViewView::OnBackspace()


"ZagNut" <> wrote in message

Hey all,

I have a CMDIChildFrm that implements a CHtmlView. Problem is, the
application has the backspace and delete keys defined as accelerators
for some menu items, which are disabled when this form is
instantiated. If I leave them disabled, backspace and delete keys
don't work (are "dead" keys). If I remove the ON_UPDATE_COMMAND_UI
that disables it, I get shloads of errors. I just want the delete and
backspace keys to work for this form.



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