Re: Key press produces 'boink' sound
I am using XP and this is how my function goes...
BOOL Console::PreTranslateMessage(MSG* pMsg)
// Prevent's escape from closing app
if(pMsg->message == WM_KEYDOWN && (pMsg->wParam==VK_ESCAPE ||
return TRUE ;
} /*End of KEYDOWN if statement*/
} /*End of KEYUP if statement*/
"Tom Serface" wrote:
Don't know if this would make a difference, but are you returning true or
I've noticed a lot of dialogs and other things, as you put it, boink when a
key is pressed (on Vista) that didn't on XP. Are you using Vista?
"Punit Kaur" <PunitKaur@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
I am trying to capture number pad key strokes for my windows application
(written in MFC,VC++ 6.0) in the PretranslateMessage function of the
application and perform the appropriate action like changing a buttons
It recongnizes the key pressed and performs the appropriate actions
successfully but produces a 'boink' sound whenever the key is pressed. It
produces this sound only for the Alphabet , number keys and for the
pad keys except for the special keys like
Could someone please tell me how to turn off that sound for the particular
key press?I am desperately in need of help..
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