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QuestionThread with Message Pump Pin
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Richard Andrew x64 wrote:
1. Create a hidden Form and override the WndProc function?

No, that thread is meant to handle the UI. It'll hang (along with the UI) if it's already busy, as stated in point 2.

Richard Andrew x64 wrote:
2. Use a Background Worker? (The problem with the Background Worker is that you can't send it a message if it's already busy.)

One can only process one thing at a time. You could consider queuing the request, or to use multiple threads.

Richard Andrew x64 wrote:
3. Use a loop with an AutoResetEvent to wait for new messages?

Loop within a Thread[^] from the ThreadPool. Easiest would be to check for new items at the begin of the loop Smile | :)
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