I know this is a bit OT for this forum, but I haven't found
the definitive answer elsewhere (or in an archive search).
We are writing a web-based application running in a
'dechromed' browser (doesn't really operate over the Internet -
it's a behind-the-firewall thing). Since our target customer base
is currently using Windows-based thick-client app product (and
keyboarders use F1 most often to access Help), we'd like to hijack
the browser's F1 to open our help instead of IE's.
Evidence suggests that this can be done (though it might look
like virus activity to some watchdog activites) - can anyone point
me in the right direction?