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Key related events

When inside a key related event eg KeyPress then e.handled property doesn't appear to have any effect. I am setting this property to True if # is pressed but the # symbol is still being output. Is there another way of achieving the same behaviour as e.handled ?

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 20, 2002 03:13 AM

Hi Stephen, This problem has been fixed. Please open a support incident, and a support engineer will send you the latest version. Thanks for choosing Essential Suite. Syncfusion Technical Support > When inside a key related event eg KeyPress then e.handled property doesn't appear to have any effect. I am setting this property to True if # is pressed but the # symbol is still being output. Is there another way of achieving the same behaviour as e.handled ?


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 20, 2002 03:18 AM

Hi Stephen, This problem has been fixed. Please open a support incident, and a support engineer will send you the latest version. Thanks for choosing Essential Suite. Syncfusion Technical Support > When inside a key related event eg KeyPress then e.handled property doesn't appear to have any effect. I am setting this property to True if # is pressed but the # symbol is still being output. Is there another way of achieving the same behaviour as e.handled ?

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