The editor mostly stays in a GetKey()/PutKey() loop. The putkey portion is where keys are acted-upon. TempleOS has a chain of putkey hndlrs in a Circular Queue with priorities. The highest priority hndlrs can choose to terminate handling, otherwise, the keys get sent on down the chain. KeyDevAdd() defines a putkey device with a priority. "Device" might be a misnomer. Currently, the following are defined: Priority Hndlr ---------- --------- 0x20000000 MyPutKey() user hndlr 0x40000000 KDInputFilterPutKey() for In(), InStr(), and InFile() handling. 0x60000000 KDRawPutKey() nonwindowed direct to video mem debug output. 0x80000000 KDDocPutKey() standard document cmds Since handling individual keys is slow, TempleOS supports PutS() as well. If no puts hndlr is defined, individual keys are sent. CDoc.user_put_key and CDoc.user_put_s are call back routines which offer some neat tricks. See ::/Apps/Psalmody/JukeBox.HC. There is a var CDoc.user_put_dat a which gets passed to them.