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Hello:

I think this is a easy question for this community.

I am running asyncronous long queries. When the queries are running at server, I want to display some indication to the user that system is working to get the query results. If you look at the internet explorer or netscape, they do the animation when connecting to the web. I liked the netscape one where they move the color gradient across the status bar till the data is available.

Does anyone know where is such avi available ? Any other appropriate avi is also welcome.

thanks

sgarg
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Free component:

"Netscape Style Free-Threaded In-Progress Indicator"
http://vbaccelerator.com/codelib/thread/inprogbr.htm
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Thanks. But I could not use the solution as this is heavy weight solution. I was looking for the animation avi file to achieve this task.

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