Would someone please explain the difference between an accelerator and a hot
key? MSDN is about as clear as mud on the difference. It looks like an
accelerator generates a WM_COMMAND but a hot key just shifts focus(?). MSDN
also says that hotkeys created using WM_SETHOTKEY are unrelated to those set
with ::RegisterHotKey() which are unrelated to the keyboard shortcuts
created by ::LoadAccelerators().
Does anyone use WM_SETHOTKEY et. al.? I want the user to be able to map
keyboard shortcuts to specific application commands, so I assume I need
accelerator keys. I also assume I can use the Hot Key control (CHotKeyCtrl)
to specify an accelerator key.
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