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Is there any way to detect a keypress when your window is not active?

I got a transparant window which is always visible ontop of other applications.
Though the idea is to start timers when the assigned key is pressed.
The problem i got is when the window is on top of the application its visible but not active.
And so it will not detect when a key is pressed that is assigned to the timer.

Can anybody explain me what the best option would be to get this done?

Thanks

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Last Post by Sevyt
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Alright going to look into that again.
Had seen it before, but had trouble getting it to work in wpf.

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Managed to get it working, thanks for the help.

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