So im trying to make a cross-platform game using C# .net, mono and monogame.
I'm trying to make a textbox UI control for my game, I can do all the graphics and mouse handling for UI controls but the only problem I have is the actual text input for textbox's.
I used to use Promits oldish 32-bit code located here (promits post) and here (tutorial on how to use), the problem is though I want to develop a game that has the ability to run on Windows, Mac OS and Linux. And its obvious that code wont work on Linux or Mac.
I'm looking for a way that will allow for text input (including cmd inputs - so i can handle things like tab and control v), which will work on windows/mac and linux.
Even if there are any ideas on how to solve this that are specific for each platform that would be greatly appreciated.
(The KeyboardState class in XNA/MonoGame wont suffice for such a implementation that I want - a real working textbox).
All replies are appreciated, thanks.
Edit: probably should have put this in the general programming forum since its to do with acquiring text/keyboard input on OS's, can a moderator move if possible?
Edited by Xanather, 01 January 2013 - 03:05 AM.