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Graphical Progress Bar for Delphi applications - Partial / Continuous Move

About Delphi Programming – in Delphi TIPS :: When your application performs a time-consuming operation, you can use a progress bar, the TProgressBar Delphi control, to show how much of the task is completed. When you do not know how many steps are needed for a progress bar - you might want to display a continuous bar - or a moving graphical object. The UpdateImageProgress takes a reference to a TImage control displaying a picture. By calling the procedure from inside, for example, a timer event (TTimer control), a graphical progress effect is achieved. Read the full article to learn how to Display a Graphical ...
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