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EM_SETCTFMODEBIAS message

Sets the Text Services Framework (TSF) mode bias for a rich edit control.

Parameters

wParam

Mode bias value. This can be one of the following values.

ValueMeaning
CTFMODEBIAS_DEFAULT

There is no mode bias.

CTFMODEBIAS_FILENAME

The bias is to a filename.

CTFMODEBIAS_NAME

The bias is to a name.

CTFMODEBIAS_READING

The bias is to the reading.

CTFMODEBIAS_DATETIME

The bias is to a date or time.

CTFMODEBIAS_CONVERSATION

The bias is to a conversation.

CTFMODEBIAS_NUMERIC

The bias is to a number.

CTFMODEBIAS_HIRAGANA

The bias is to hiragana strings.

CTFMODEBIAS_KATAKANA

The bias is to katakana strings.

CTFMODEBIAS_HANGUL

The bias is to Hangul characters.

CTFMODEBIAS_HALFWIDTHKATAKANA

The bias is to half-width katakana strings.

CTFMODEBIAS_FULLWIDTHALPHANUMERIC

The bias is to full-width alphanumeric characters.

CTFMODEBIAS_HALFWIDTHALPHANUMERIC

The bias is to half-width alphanumeric characters.

 

lParam

Not used; must be zero.

Return value

If successful, the return value is the new TSF mode bias value. If unsuccessful, the return value is the old TSF mode bias value.

Remarks

When a Microsoft Rich Edit application uses TSF, it can select the TSF mode bias. This message sets the criteria by which an alternative choice appears at the top of the list for selection.

To set the mode bias for the Input Method Editor (IME), use EM_SETIMEMODEBIAS.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP with SP1 [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003 [desktop apps only]

Header

Richedit.h

See also

Reference
EM_GETCTFMODEBIAS
EM_SETIMEMODEBIAS

 

 

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