Removes the focus from the control that has the focus, leaving no control with the focus. On Windows only, the app also no longer receives KeyDown events.
After calling this method on Windows, the app no longer receives Keydown events. Use DesktopWindow.SetFocus if your app needs to continue to receive KeyDown events.
You can set the focus to a specific control using the SetFocus method of the DesktopUIControl class.
The following code in the Pressed event of a DesktopButton removes the focus from the object in the window that has the focus, leaving no control with the focus until the user selects or clicks in a control that can get the focus.
All projects types on all supported operating systems.