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GeneralRe: Accessing Public Members of the Main Form from Another Form Pin
James T. Johnson25-Sep-02 16:02
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James T. Johnson26-Sep-02 12:02
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GeneralDetecting Enter in a Single-line Textbox Pin
Waleed Eissa25-Sep-02 11:30
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leppie25-Sep-02 12:16
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Waleed Eissa25-Sep-02 12:33
Waleed Eissa25-Sep-02 12:33 
GeneralRe: Detecting Enter in a Single-line Textbox Pin
Paul Riley25-Sep-02 12:57
Paul Riley25-Sep-02 12:57 
Three things:

1) Keys.Enter and Keys.Return are two seperate things.

2) Do you have an AcceptButton set up for the form (what used to be called the Default Button)?
If so, you'll never get the KeyDown event, even the way leppie describes, because the AcceptButton's Click event is executed first.
If not, why don't you set up an AcceptButton? (go to the form's properties, find AcceptButton and drop down a list of buttons)

3) If you must and can use the KeyDown event, handle it, don't override it. eg.
private void textBox1_KeyDown(object sender, System.Windows.Forms.KeyEventArgs e)
{
	if (e.KeyCode == Keys.Return || e.KeyCode == Keys.Enter)
	{
		// do whatever you want here
		e.Handled = true;
	}
}


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leppie25-Sep-02 13:03
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Waleed Eissa27-Sep-02 11:09
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Paul Riley27-Sep-02 12:32
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Waleed Eissa27-Sep-02 11:46
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Paul Riley27-Sep-02 12:48
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Anonymous27-Sep-02 13:04
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Paul Riley27-Sep-02 13:15
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Waleed Eissa27-Sep-02 12:24
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