public interface KeyboardEvents
Page.registerKey()or at the widget level via
Details about the key events can be retrieved via static methods on the EventHandler class including
As with other Smart GWT event handling code, returning
false will suppress the default native browser behavior.
Note: browsers do not allow cancellation of some keys' default behaviors. These cases vary by browser, and wherever native cancellation is supported, returning false from your event handler should be sufficient to suppress the behavior.
Some specific cases where default behavior cancellation is not always possible include:
f1, f3, f5,etc) which trigger native browser behavior. [These can be suppressed in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox but not in some other browsers such as Safari / Chrome, etc]
Applekey to show OS level menu)