An object which represents an abstract keyboard layout.
The human readable name of the layout.
This value is used primarily for display and debugging purposes.
Test whether the given key is a modifier key.
The user provided key.
true if the key is a modifier key,
This is necessary so that we don't process modifier keys pressed in the middle of the key sequence. E.g. "Shift C Ctrl P" is actually 4 keydown events: "Shift", "Shift P", "Ctrl", "Ctrl P", and events for "Shift" and "Ctrl" should be ignored.
Test whether the given key is a valid value for the layout.
The user provided key to test for validity.
true if the key is valid,
Get the key for a
The event object for a
The associated key value, or an empty string if the event does not represent a valid primary key.
Get an array of all key values supported by the layout.
A new array of the supported key values.
This can be useful for authoring tools and debugging, when it's necessary to know which keys are available for shortcut use.
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