IgnoreWinKey temporarily disables the Windows key and the accessibility keyboard shortcuts. This can be useful for Windows games (particularly older ones) that neglect to disable these keys themselves, and pressing them might accidentally switch away from the game.
Note that IgnoreWinKey does not disable Ctrl+Escape.
- Windows 2000, Windows XP, or later.
There are two ways to run IgnoreWinKey:
IgnoreWinKey will disable keys and will launch the specified program. It then will re-enable the keys automatically when the program exits.
Note that if the specified program itself launches other programs and exits, IgnoreWinKey cannot detect when those additional programs exit. In this case, the --manual mode should be used instead.
IgnoreWinKey will disable keys and will show a dialog box that allows them to be re-enabled.
IgnoreWinKey PROGRAM [ARGUMENTS ...]
IgnoreWinKey --manual [PROGRAM [ARGUMENTS ...]]
|-h, --help||Show help.|
|--version||Show version information.|
|--manual||Show a dialog box to re-enable keys manually.|
- First public release.