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E.g. When User presses <tt>Ctrl+Alt+T</tt>, ''ShiftState'' is <tt>12</tt>, which is <tt>4|8</tt>.
 
E.g. When User presses <tt>Ctrl+Alt+T</tt>, ''ShiftState'' is <tt>12</tt>, which is <tt>4|8</tt>.
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=== See Also ===
 
=== See Also ===

Revision as of 21:57, 20 April 2013

Shift state is an integer value specifying set of keys currently pressed. It can be a combination (i.e. binary OR) of any of the following values:

  • 0: (none of keys or buttons below pressed)
  • 1: Win key
  • 2: Shift key
  • 4: Alt key
  • 8: Ctrl key
  • 16: Left mouse button
  • 32: Right mouse button
  • 64: Middle mouse button

E.g. When User presses Ctrl+Alt+T, ShiftState is 12, which is 4|8.

Introduced in MediaMonkey version 3.1.


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