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May 17, 2006, at 07:10 AM by bd - Link to screen snapshots
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  • if you want to display a more accurate information, you can use the application-wide progress bar located in the status bar (and invisible by default).
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  • if you want to display a more accurate information, you can use the application-wide progress bar located in the status bar (and invisible by default). See the screen snapshots on the ProgressBarCommand page on this Wiki.
May 17, 2006, at 07:07 AM by bd - Centered image
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  • if you are just interested in giving the user some kind of visual indication that something is in progress, you can display a small rotating indicator in the bottom right corner of the current window: of course this assumes that there is a current window and that it has a message bar! The rotating indicator is an asynchronous progress indicator (of type chasing arrows) like what the system displays when the computer is starting.
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  • if you are just interested in giving the user some kind of visual indication that something is in progress, you can display a small rotating indicator in the bottom right corner of the current window: of course this assumes that there is a current window and that it has a message bar! The rotating indicator is an asynchronous progress indicator (of type chasing arrows) like what the system displays when the computer is starting:
May 17, 2006, at 07:07 AM by bd -
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http://alphatcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/pub/images/asynchProgIndicator.png

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

May 17, 2006, at 07:06 AM by bd - Image of async progress indicator
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http://alphatcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/pub/images/asynchProgIndicator.png

May 16, 2006, at 09:17 PM by bd - List element
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  • if you are just interested in giving the user some kind of visual indication that something is in progress, you can display a small rotating indicator in the bottom right corner of the current window: of course this assumes that there is a current window and that it has a message bar! The

rotating indicator is an asynchronous progress indicator (of type chasing arrows) like what the system displays when the computer is starting.

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  • if you are just interested in giving the user some kind of visual indication that something is in progress, you can display a small rotating indicator in the bottom right corner of the current window: of course this assumes that there is a current window and that it has a message bar! The rotating indicator is an asynchronous progress indicator (of type chasing arrows) like what the system displays when the computer is starting.
May 13, 2006, at 06:08 PM by bd - Progress indicators in AlphaX
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