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Low Level Hooks

Hi,

I am about to set low level hooks (mouse & keyboard). I saw that I should set a DWORD value in the registry limiting the processing time of each low level hook procedure in order to avoid infinite loops.
The registry value is "LowLevelHooksTimeout" and is found under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop. I need help in deciding what value should I set (milliseconds).

Thank you in advance.
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yelani
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yelani
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AlexFMCommented:
Set 50 or 100, for example. This value will be applied only if you do some really stange things inside of keyboard hook, for example, try to make internet connection, or hook function enters infinite loop. Normal hook function returns in a few milliseconds, and this Registry value should not be used.
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