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WPF BusyIndicator Delay longer than background operation

I am using the WPF BusyIndicator and I set the delay to 1 second. If my operation from the background thread completes in less than 1 second and sets the IsBusy property to false, the control overrides this and sets it back to true when the Delay time span expires. So I'll end up with the busy indicator showing.

How do I prevent this?



1 Reply

JR Jegan Raj M Syncfusion Team April 22, 2013 11:25 AM UTC

Hi Ladislav,

Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products.


We have created an incident #107318 for the above requirement.  We request you to follow this incident #107318 for further technical support.



Jegan Raj M

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