Hi Jörg B.,
There is still not any documentation of the WPF version of RadRichTextBox, but you have guessed right that most of the things that are described in the documentation for the Silverlight control also apply to the WPF one.
As for the Key events you have mentioned, RadRichTextBox inherits them from System.Windows.UIElement and should work just as they do for all WPF controls. Here is an example of how you can get the pressed Keys on KeyDown:
sender, KeyEventArgs e)
ModifierKeys modifiers = e.KeyboardDevice.Modifiers;
((modifiers & ModifierKeys.Shift) != 0 && (modifiers & ModifierKeys.Control) != 0)
"Shift and Control are pressed!"
//if (modifiers.HasFlag(ModifierKeys.Shift) && modifiers.HasFlag(ModifierKeys.Control))
// MessageBox.Show("Shift and Control are pressed!");
I have listed two options and commented out the second. You can choose which one fits your taste better.
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