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Timestamp:
6/16/2009 5:29:14 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
lowjoel
Message:

-Create a Hide button for the progress dialog
-Catch object disposed exceptions when updating the progress dialog. Since Control.Invoke can proceed asynchronously (because a NULL message is pumped to the application message loop) we may be called for progress updates even after a Close()
-Relabelled tab orders

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  • trunk/eraser6/Eraser/ProgressForm.Designer.cs

    r1022 r1133  
    6969            this.timeLeftLbl = new System.Windows.Forms.Label(); 
    7070            this.timeLeft = new System.Windows.Forms.Label(); 
     71            this.hide = new System.Windows.Forms.Button(); 
    7172            ((System.ComponentModel.ISupportInitialize)(this.title)).BeginInit(); 
    7273            this.SuspendLayout(); 
     
    172173            this.timeLeft.Name = "timeLeft"; 
    173174            //  
     175            // hide 
     176            //  
     177            resources.ApplyResources(this.hide, "hide"); 
     178            this.hide.Name = "hide"; 
     179            this.hide.UseVisualStyleBackColor = true; 
     180            this.hide.Click += new System.EventHandler(this.hide_Click); 
     181            //  
    174182            // ProgressForm 
    175183            //  
    176184            resources.ApplyResources(this, "$this"); 
    177185            this.AutoScaleMode = System.Windows.Forms.AutoScaleMode.Dpi; 
     186            this.Controls.Add(this.hide); 
    178187            this.Controls.Add(this.timeLeft); 
    179188            this.Controls.Add(this.timeLeftLbl); 
     
    226235        private System.Windows.Forms.Label timeLeftLbl; 
    227236        private System.Windows.Forms.Label timeLeft; 
     237        private System.Windows.Forms.Button hide; 
    228238    } 
    229239} 
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