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What is a SuperAccelerator and how to start working with this?

 

SuperAccelerator is a component that is used to accelerate the click event of items by using a Single key stroke without mouse hover on it.

To implement this capability in your form:

  • Drag and drop the SuperAccelerator on your form.
  • When the SuperAccelerator component is added to a form, an extended property will be added to the properties of every item in the toolstrip or tabitem in the ribbonControlAdv.
  • In the appropriate item, use the Accelerator on SuperAccelerator property to set the string value.

To accelerate the item's click event at run time:

  • Press the Alt key.
  • All the specified accelerator strings will be displayed below the items.
  • Press the string in the keyboard and the corresponding item's click event will be triggered. (Eg. If the accelerator string of ToolStripButton is B, Press Alt. Once all the accelerator strings are displayed, press B the item event will be triggered.)
Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
1636 04/30/2011 07/10/2014 Windows Forms SuperAccelerator
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