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I'm developing an application that hides in the memory and waits for a special keycombination (e.g. ctrl + 1).
How do I make it to log the keys that are being pressed?
I've heard that I can use the keyhook.dll...
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Correct. You should use hooking to capture key presses.
Download this key hook example:   ftp://delphiexchange.com/pub/offers/keyhk32.zip
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