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Marquee Style Progress Bar

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6558 Aug 17,2003 03:09 AM Windows Forms 0
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Asked On August 17, 2003 03:09 AM

Hi, I have read the MSDN Library for information on making a marquee style progress bar - one that keeps on repeating for when you're unsure of the current progress. The two methods I can see is to CreateWindowEx with the PBS_MARQUEE style, or to SendMessage with PBM_MARQUEE. How can I do it with the Windows Forms controls? It already creates the control with the default style; it's a sealed class I can't derive from (I was thinking of overriding the constructor). SendMessage doesn't seem to work; besides, the constant definition is inside commctrl.h which doesn't come with .NET. Also, is it possible to do a smooth progress bar? Thanks.

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