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How to get ComboBox to recognize Enter key instead of Tab key

Posted on 2008-09-30
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Hello,

I have the combobox working with using the Tab key after a value has been selected from the drop-down.

The Tab key forces the LostFocus event for this combobox to run.

I'm trying to get the Enter key to do the same thing but not having any luck.

Please share your thoughts.

Thanks,
JMO9966
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@JMO9966

You can do as the following

Just add keydown event of combo box
and in that write the following condition
if(e.keycode==keys.Enter)
{
// add what you want..
}
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Thanks, that worked slick!

There was two equal signs on yours is all so I changed that.

If (e.keycode==keys.Enter)

End If
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