Unicode Controls & Classes for VB6 - Version 4

IME Input

TextBox, RichTextBox, ComboBox, ListBox, Canvas support Input Method Editors

When the user confirms a string into the IME window (by pressing ENTER or SPACE) you'll receive that string into the IMEComposition event.

After this, the control will raise many KeyPress events as the length of the IME created string, so you can manage them if you want.

The IME string at this point is inserted into the control.

You can avoid the IME string by writing the KeyPress event as follows:

Private Sub ctlUniTextBoxXP1_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer, Shift As Integer)
   'If IME chars arrive avoid them
   If myText.IsInIME Then
       KeyAscii = 0
   End If
End Sub