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Wait progress bar for long running UI operations

You can use BackgroundWorker to do the work and report the progress using:private void backgroundWorker1_ProgressChanged(object sender, ProgressChangedEventArgs e){ this.progressBar1.Value = e.ProgressPercentage;}

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3 Feb 2012  
Member 147785
 
Hello!Here is a small article - Show progress on long-running operations, which describes approach to keep the UI responsive, starting long-running operations in separate thread. This approach is native and without any 3d-party libraries and even without BackgroundWorker.For example, the...
20 Sep 2011  
kris444 3 alternatives  
 
Showing progress bar while performing time consume processes.
7 Oct 2011  
Bruce Lee Harrison
 
The background method is probably the most preferred method, but I've found this one is very easy to implement, and it's just one short line:BeginInvoke(new Action(() => progressBar1.Increment(1)));Place this in your worker thread to report to the UI. Not sure how "good" this is, but it...

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