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Universal (and working) method for handling keyboard shortcuts in Zimbra Zimlets
You may have read my previous ramblings about the theme of handling keyboard shortcuts im Zimbra Zimlets. To sum up: it’s not easy. But that’s not actually a Zimbra bug. It’s more of an architectural problem. You can imagine Zimbra’s shortcut handling as a set of layers. There is a default key handler. That is
Handling keyboard shortcuts in Zimbra Zimlets – Revisited
**WARNING!** This method doesn’t work. Well, it works actually but disables all other shortcuts, so don’t do it. I’m currently working on finding a working method. I’ll keep you posted. This post is a followup of [this blog post](http://dennis.dieploegers.de/handling-keyboard-shortcuts-in-zimbra-zimlets/). The old post was based on Zimbra 6.x. We’re at 8.0.4 by the time of this
Handling keyboard shortcuts in Zimbra Zimlets
This one took me even longer then the part with the tabs, but I finally got keyboard shortcuts in my own zimlet working. If you still don’t know, what zimbra is, read my [blog post about tab navigation in zimlet](http://dennis.dieploegers.de/tab-navigation-in-zimbra-zimlets/) to get to know it. Again following [[http://blog.zimbra.com/blog/archives/2006/09/look-ma-no-mouse-keyboard-navigation-and-shortcuts-in-the-zimbra-collaboration-suite-and-the-kabuki-ajax-toolkit.html|Ross Dargahi’s blog post]] I finally understood how