Re: Intercepting keyboard event

"Jay" <>
27 Jul 2006 07:31:39 -0700
How about :
like this:

LRESULT CDesignCadView::WindowProc(UINT message, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM
    case WM_KEYUP:
        if (wParam == VK_DELETE)
            MessageBox("You 've just press Delete Key");

    return CFormView::WindowProc(message, wParam, lParam);

jay wrote:

Hi to everyone,
I have a problem in a MFC application...I hope this is the right
newsgroup and that someone would help me :-)

In my MFC application I have a CFormView that contains an ActiveX
control (actually MapPoint Control).
I have created this Control class by means of the class wizard,
selecting "create an MFC class from an ActiveX control": the wizard has
generated a ccontrol1.h file, containing "wrapped" (is right?) method.

My problem is that I want intercept keyboard event, while the control
is running:

I have tried to use the


event, but it works only if the control isn't still executing...
I explain: when I load a map into the control, the control itself loose
focus (OnKillFocus event is called) and OnKeyDown() doesn't work.

Is there a way to "intercept" keyboard event, maybe from a higher
level??? I have read that keyboard events go to the component that has
focus....but I'm not able to understand which is it.

I have tried the following code to understand which control gain focus:

void CControl1::OnKillFocus(CWnd* pNewWnd)
    int ctrlID = pNewWnd->GetDlgCtrlID(); // 59648

The method gives me that int value when I have loaded a map in the
control and I click the first time into it. It seems that the MapPoint
ActiveX control "internal engine" takes focus (and gain keyboard

Would someone give me a hint to solve this problem?

Or giving me the right newsgroup to post this message, if this is the
wrong one???

Many many thanks!!!


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