Just after a few days here’s another release of sharphook.
As always happens I had some requirements from another application I’m working on so I needed to improve sharphook as well.
Actually it’s not a real improvement, but a bugfix release since I found out Modifiers keys were not treated the way a normal WinForm application would do.
In the process I also fixed KeyPress combinations which were excluded because of system keys.
Download link after the break…
I had some changes laying around so I decided to publish a new release of my .NET keyboard hook.
One of the main improvements is that sharphook is no longer only a keyboard hook, it now support mouse events. Feel free to integrate mouse clicks, wheel movements and more in your application.
Just a bugfix release. I noticed key modifiers were not set properly in cross-thread environments, so here comes the 2nd version.
While working on a project of mines, I realized I needed better control on keyboard input, especially I needed to catch input from all applications (not only focused one). Furthermore I was particularly interested in printable characters.