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I would like to capture events when the user presses a key - regardless which application is active or has the focus (an "overall global" key capture" in windows)... anybody any ideas?
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Thanks guys, quite close.
ryancys, unfortunately this seems not be usable under Windows 9x...
simon, seems to be the right way - I'm working on letting my form window pop up when a key is pressed. If you have any ideas for adaption? Anyway, theres your points.

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