Occurs when a key is pressed within an in-place editor that belongs to the container control.
[DXCategory("ContainerEvents")] public event KeyEventHandler EditorKeyDown
<DXCategory("ContainerEvents")> Public Event EditorKeyDown As KeyEventHandler
The EditorKeyDown event's data class is KeyEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|Alt||Gets a value indicating whether the ALT key was pressed.|
|Control||Gets a value indicating whether the CTRL key was pressed.|
|Handled||Gets or sets a value indicating whether the event was handled.|
|KeyCode||Gets the keyboard code for a KeyDown or KeyUp event.|
|KeyData||Gets the key data for a KeyDown or KeyUp event.|
|KeyValue||Gets the keyboard value for a KeyDown or KeyUp event.|
|Modifiers||Gets the modifier flags for a KeyDown or KeyUp event. The flags indicate which combination of CTRL, SHIFT, and ALT keys was pressed.|
|Shift||Gets a value indicating whether the SHIFT key was pressed.|
|SuppressKeyPress||Gets or sets a value indicating whether the key event should be passed on to the underlying control.|
The EditorKeyDown event occurs when a key is pressed within an active in-place editor that belongs to the container control. If you continue to depresss the key, the event will be triggered repeatedly with a short interval.
The EditorKeyDown event is fired for any key pressed. If you need only alpha-numeric characters to be processed, you can handle the EditorContainer.EditorKeyPress event instead. This event occurs only for alpha-numeric characters right after the EditorKeyDown event is generated.
After the key is released, the EditorContainer.EditorKeyUp event is fired.
Key press events are fired in the following order:
- EditorContainer.EditorKeyPress (only for alpha-numeric keys)