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    Mistery keyboard shortcut 145

    I'm trying to use my spacenav with RoadRunner, but I can't decipher the standard codes for keyboard shortcuts that RoadRunner use.

    Yes, I've read the KeyTBL.ini instructions, but it says this:

    27,"CANCEL"
    33,"PGUP"
    34,"PGDOWN"
    2037,"RRPREV"
    2039,"RRNEXT"
    2070,"SEARCHLIST"
    145,"PLAY"

    I can't find the code 145 anywhere, not to mention the code used for Control+F, namely 2070. It's not ASCII (as 27 above for ESC would suggest), nor code page 437, nor code page 850, standard ANSI. I've looked here (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_page), nothing.

    I'd expect it to be CONTROL+P or something like that, but no. What should I press on my keyboard to generate that 145 in the freakin' program?? "Insert" gives me 45, what would give me 145? What was the thought behind this?

    The application keycode.exe returns numbers like 6049 for CONTROL+ALT+1, where does this number comes from? I tried google, used extensively the search funtion on this site, and NADA, nothing.

    I was just curious as to what key combination produced the code 145, I'm going to replace it with something else, but I can't reproduce it with the application included in RoadRunner in any way.

    EDIT: before somebody flame me, there is no key descriptions in the skincommands.txt file.

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    Run keycode.exe in the RoadRunner directory.


    Incidently 145 is Scroll Lock.


    Anything with four digits means it is more than one key pressed, ie CTRL-P or ALT-P or SHIFT-P etc.

    I'll let you have the fun of working out which numbers represent which key (CTRL,ALT, SHIFT etc)

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    I did run keycode.exe many times, of course, as I said above.

    Do you have any idea where these numbers (4068, etc.) came from? they are roadrunner's native creation? (I know it means control+something, etc., but I mean, is there any standard for that?)

    SCROLL LOCK? Who would have thought of setting scroll lock as the "Play" command...THANKS, man!

    Anyway, already changed that to CONTROL+P...hope it works with all skins now.

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    2000 = CTRL

    4000 = ALT

    1000 = SHIFT

    6000 = CTRL+ALT or for some reason ALT Gr

    it is VB6 standard KeyCodes. Don't mix that up with ASCII codes.

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