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    Post Unanswered: multiple Keylistener on a Grid

    How can I add a multiple Keylistener like STGR+A on a Grid?
    I tried with
    HTML Code:
    personGrid.addListener(KeyNav.getKeyEvent(),
                    new Listener<GridEvent<BeanModel>>() {
    if(be.getKeyCode()==17 && be.getKeyCode()==65)
    ...
    , but it didn't work.

    Thanks.
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    What is STGR?

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    I assume you mean STRG rather than STGR. Strg is short for Steuerung, German for control.

    It looks like you're using Ext GWT. This forum is for ExtJS 4, there is a separate forum for Ext GWT.

    In ExtJS you could check for Ctrl+A with something like this:

    Code:
    if (ev.getKey() === ev.A && ev.ctrlKey) {
        ...
    }
    Here ev.A is just a constant equal to 65.

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