Not sure if I entirely understand what you mean, but, looking at the
key_press_event signal in the manual, you are may be able to do some
tests on the GdkEventKey argument for the GdkModifierType. If you find
that CTRL, SHIFT, etc bits are set, you can return TRUE to stop other
handlers and manually add whatever you want to represent the control
character (like "<CTRL>" or (<SHIFT>") plus the character
gboolean user_function (GtkWidget *widget, GdkEventKey *event, gpointer
neha gupta wrote:
I have made an application using gtk. It contains a text entry line.
When I press simple keys they are shown in the text entry but when I
press Control, Shift, Alt etc they are not shown.
I need to print control, shift and alt keys also along with normal
keys..I tried to find on the net but found no help.
In fact, key_press_event signal was mentioned at some places but I
cun't make it to work.
Someone plz guide me in this as I am new to gtk programming. I need it
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