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Re: Cannot get ^Z to suspend a program
linda w (cyg) wrote:
Sure, but those programs hook the key(s) in a global fashion, not just
from individual programs. So, Cygwin could hook the Ctrl+Z key, but
what would it do then, how would it know which process to suspend?
Perhaps silly question, but, why not?
Cygwin cannot control how windows programs handle CTRL+Z.
I have programs that seem to intercept keyboard keys for use as "hotkeys".
Couldn't cygwin do something similar?
I'm not sure that cygwin could 'suspend' a non-cygwin process even if it
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