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I am building an ArcGIS extension on desktop 10.1 (not add-in, but old extension). I built some forms to edit some feature class, where I implement business rules. I want to force the user to edit the data from these forms. So, I prevent showing the attribute table from the context menu when the user right-mouse click on the layer. But I want as well to disable the keystroke of showing the attribute table "CTRL-T" the user can still press "CTRL-T" and edit the attribute table and edit directly from the attribute table. how can I disable "CTRL-T" in the extension.

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You can try implementing IExtensionAccelerators in your extension, but I'm not sure whether it will override the standard shortcuts.

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It didn't override the standard shortcut – gkar Jun 5 '13 at 22:28
That didn't work – gkar Jun 7 '13 at 15:03

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