I have a function that startups a Waitcursor. After this
I use a Timer to check when a Smartcard is removed from
its reader. Of course, the Waitcursor disappears when the
first function goes out of scope.
I would like the Waitcursor to hold its Waitstate until
the timer function tells it to go back to its normal state.
I've had a look at DoWaitCursor and BeginWaitCursor EndWaitCursor functions but the Cursor still resumes its
normal pointer state when the first function goes out of scope.
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This Micro Tutorial will teach you how to add a cinematic look to any film or video out there. There are very few simple steps that you will follow to do so.
This will be demonstrated using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.