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Sigma KEE - KeyboardAction
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KeyboardAction
A KeyboardAction is a UserDirectAction of hitting or holding down one or more keyboard keys.
Relationships      
Parents UserDirectAction A UserDirectAction is a physical action taken by a ComputerUser in interacting with a ComputerProcess -- clicking a button, moving a mouse, touching a screen -- not the action signified by the physical action (scrolling, selecting a link, moving a cursor, ...). The action signifies an instruction to the computer. See UserSignifiedAction.
Children KeyHoldDownA KeyHoldDown is a UserDirectAction of holding down a keyboard key for a while. Holding down a CharacterKey causes the input of a string of such characters. Holding down an ArrowKey can cause a graphic to continusously move. Holding down a MultiKeypressKey is useful for modifying the normal result of taking some other action that is taken while the key is held down. This action may be the typing of some other key or a Clicking action.
 MultikeyActionA MultikeyAction is a UserDirectAction of hitting or holding down more than one keyboard key at the same time. All but one of the multiple keys are normally the shift, control, alt, function, or similar keys.
 SingleKeyPressA SingleKeyPress is a UserDirectAction of typing (breifly pressing down) a keyboard key.
 TypingA UserDirectAction consisting of typing on a keyboard. Each act of Typing has a number of subevents which are instances of SingleKeyPress.


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