janschenkel at yahoo.com
Thu May 23 06:35:01 EDT 2002
--- yves COPPE <yvescoppe at skynet.be> wrote:
> >I don't get it... How does this lock the screen to
> the user?
> You MUST unlock the screen to see the move of the
> thumbpos of the
> progress bar at each loop.
> So your problem is so difficult to resolve.
Just a thought: maybe you could
-make a snapshot of your screen,
-show that in a separate "snapshot" stack C,
-hide the "working" stack A,
-show the "progress" stack B
And then do your changes offscreen while giving the
user the illusion everything is still there?
I'm sure there's some way to make a snapshot of a
screen, if necessary through an XFCN.
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