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Description

Version 2.1.4

Keypress is a robust keyboard input capturing Javascript utility focused on input for games. For details and documentation, please visit http://dmauro.github.io/Keypress/

If you're using Keypress with Meteor, see the Meteor notes.

Copyright 2016 David Mauro released under the Apache License, version 2.0

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Programming language: CoffeeScript
License: Apache License 2.0
Tags: Keyboard Wrappers     Core     Readline     Keypress    
Latest version: v2.1.5

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README

Keypress

Version 2.1.5

Keypress is a robust keyboard input capturing Javascript utility focused on input for games. For details and documentation, please visit http://dmauro.github.io/Keypress/

If you're using Keypress with Meteor, see the [Meteor notes](meteor/README.md).

Copyright 2016 David Mauro
released under the Apache License, version 2.0

What's new

2.1.5

2.1.4

2.1.3

2.1.2

  • Added some simple jQuery proofing so you can pass in the result of a jQuery selector into the Listener's constructor. Thanks to mallocator for the request. Issue #89
  • Changed the default behavior of how sequence combos behavior. Most people probably would have considered this a bug, so I'm not considering this API breaking. Thanks to ronnyek for pointing the problem out in Issue #68.
  • Bower file cleaned up thanks to kkirsche. Pull request #97
  • Keys in FF/Gecko - and = fixed thanks to deanputney. Pull request #95

2.1.1

2.1.0

2.0.3

  • Fixed a bug unregistering combos using arrays of keys
  • Added ie8 compatibility shim. Thanks to barrkel. Issue #41
  • Fixed a bug targetting the semicolon key in Firefox. Thanks to mikekuehn.
  • Added commonJS module support. Issue #45

2.0.2

  • Fixed a bug that prevented combos from unregistering, and updated the docs for how to unregister properly. Thanks to pelly and g00fy-. Issue # 34.
  • Added AMD support. Issue #37.

2.0.1

  • Fixed a big ole bug with meta/cmd combos. Thanks to lexey111. Issue #29.
  • Fixed a bug with the Windows key being released on Windows systems. Issue #27.

2.0.0

  • Keypress now has a listener class that must be instantiated. The functions that were previously in the global window.keypress object are now public methods of the window.keypress.Listener class.
  • Each instance of a Keypress listener can be bound to a DOM element by passing in the element to the listener's constructor.
  • Combos now default to being ordered (the property is now called is_unordered and is false by default).
  • Combos' handlers preventDefault unless the handler returns true.
  • The "combo" public method is now called "simple_combo".
  • The basic combo helpers for simple, counting and sequence combos no longer have a third prevent_default optional parameter.
  • Debugging console logs can be enabled by setting keypress.debug to true.
  • All key event callbacks send a third argument specifying whether the event is firing again automatically because the key has remained pressed down.

1.0.9

  • Fix escape key bug. Issue #17.
  • Fix unregister bug. Issue #24.

1.0.8

  • Ensure that on_release is called for all combos, not just counting combos.
  • Fix bug that was causing is_ordered to be ignored.
  • Fixed an edge case for a counting combo's count not being reset.
  • Improve how key events are bound

1.0.7

  • Fixed combo matching to prevent performance issues as more keys are pressed.

1.0.6

  • Fixed a bug with exclusive combos not properly excluding each other in some cases.
  • Feature added to allow for combos that do not fire if unrelated keys are also pressed ("is_solitary" boolean).

TODO

  • Put negative edge in sequences.
  • See if we can do away with keyup_fired and count properties.


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