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Determinate progress bar
Used when the full length of an operation can be determined and you can tell the user how much of the process has been completed.

You could use a determinate progress indicator to show the progress of a file conversion, for example.

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Determinate progress bar
Used when the full length of an operation can be determined and you can tell the user how much of the process has been completed. You could use a determinate progress indicator to show the progress of a file conversion, for example.
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Asynchronous progress indicator
Used when space is very constrained. These indicators are best used for asynchronous events that take place in the background,

such as retrieving messages from a server. http://alphatcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/pub/images/asynchProgIndicator.png

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Asynchronous progress indicator
Used when space is very constrained. These indicators are best used for asynchronous events that take place in the background, such as retrieving messages from a server.

http://alphatcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/pub/images/asynchProgIndicator.png

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bd In some cases, it may be sufficient to display an asynchronous progress indicator at the document level. The ProgressIndicators page explains how to do that.

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progressBar configure option

progressBar configure option value ?option value...?

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 progressBar configure option
 progressBar configur option value ?option value...?

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Determinate progress bar
Used when the full length of an operation can be determined and you can tell the user how much of the process has been completed.
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Determinate progress bar
Used when the full length of an operation can be determined and you can tell the user how much of the process has been completed.
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Asynchronous progress indicator
Used when space is very constrained. These indicators are best used for asynchronous events that take place in the background,
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Asynchronous progress indicator
Used when space is very constrained. These indicators are best used for asynchronous events that take place in the background,
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     progressBar configure -determinate 1 -label 1
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 progressBar configure -determinate 1 -label 1
 progressBar configure -label 1 -determinate 1
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progressBar hide

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     progressBar hide

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progressBar show

Examples

Here are a few basic examples which can be executed from the Tcl shell in AlphaX:

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     progressBar hide

     progressBar configure -determinate

     progressBar configure -determinate 0
     progressBar configure -determinate 1

     progressBar configure -label

     progressBar configure -label 0
     progressBar configure -label 1

     progressBar configure -value

     progressBar configure -value 25
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Here is a small code snippet demonstrating how to use the progress bar during a lengthy operation;

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Examples

Here are a few basic examples which can be executed from the Tcl shell in AlphaX:

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     progressBar configure -determinate 1 -label 1
     progressBar show

     for {set i 0} {$i <= 100} {incr i} {
     	progressBar configure -value $i
     	# do some action here
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     progressBar hide
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 progressBar show

 progressBar hide

 progressBar configure -determinate

 progressBar configure -determinate 0
 progressBar configure -determinate 1

 progressBar configure -label

 progressBar configure -label 0
 progressBar configure -label 1

 progressBar configure -value

 progressBar configure -value 25
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Here is a small code snippet demonstrating how to use the progress bar during a lengthy operation;

 
 progressBar configure -determinate 1 -label 1
 progressBar show

 for {set i 0} {$i <= 100} {incr i} {
 	progressBar configure -value $i
 	# do some action here
 }
 progressBar hide

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