Thank you for writing.
You could try to override ProcessCmdKey
as shown in the following code snippet:
Message msg, Keys keyData)
(keyData == Keys.Left)
This will prevent from stopping the event forwarding to radTabStrip1.KeyDown event and you will be able to catch in there, as shown in the next code snippet:
sender, KeyEventArgs e)
(e.KeyData == Keys.Left)
//Left arrow is pressed. Do something
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