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CRichEditCtrl ctrl+shift question

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Hi,
When I press ctrl+shift in a CRichEditCtrl the cursor changes its position to the right of the control (and goes back to left if I press the left ctrl+shift).
Is there a way for me to know what is the current status of it (left or right) ???

thanks,
Yoav.
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double post -- original post can be found here:

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