It has only been tested on a Windows PC, so I would be glad to hear whether the program also works on a Mac or Linux.
If you aren't sure what thread you are running on, you can check the value of Invoke Required (if your class is a System. Invoke() function to make sure the update is processed on the UI thread for the control you are working with.
In my sample code below I'm creating a delegate function type and declaring the invoked function in advance....
I've uploaded to a simple example of a HTMLViewer program. The program is unpolished, but you may enjoy it if you (like me) like the "Baroque croak." Some people consider J. Bach to be one of the greatest composers of all time (and I'm among that number).
If you have a firewall installed, the first time you run the program you may need to let the firewall know that you are giving permission to access the Internet. Two additional program notes:(1) If 2/3 sounds familiar, it's because it was used as a theme song for William F.
I've not done it with any of the cool C# 3.5 functions, but I bet you could work up a lamba expression to do the same thing.
When you want to show progress of an indeterminate length, set the Maximum property to zero to display an indeterminate progress bar rather than a progress indicator.
This approach helps avoid synchronization issues associated with handling user events and drawing window content.
Some frameworks, such as Cocoa, generally require this behavior, but even for those that do not, keeping this behavior on the main thread has the advantage of simplifying the logic for managing your user interface.
The second is a variable string-based property that can be reset at any time.