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Keyhook Startup Switch

Keystroke uses a high level (or application level) keyboard hook instead of a low level hook allowing Keystroke to better monitor the keyboard. The Keyhook startup switch can be used to control how Keystroke uses the keyboard. This startup switch should rarely be needed but may be useful on computers where the keyboard is not functioning properly.

Keyhook accepts the following values:
0 - Use no keyboard hook at all.
1 - XP Computers Only. Use a low level (or operating system level) keyboard hook.
2 - Use a high level (or application level) keyboard hook.
Example: Keystroke.exe Keyhook=1


Note: The forward slash (/) is not used with this start up switch.

See: INIFILE setting Keyhook=

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