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Event that occurs when a nonmodal form is completly loaded and shown

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Hi,

i need an event, that occurs when a nonmodal form is COMPLETLY loaded and shown to the user, that means that the user can use the form immediatly.
I set the Cursor to WAITCURSOR and create the form when the user hits a node on a treeview. Then, when the form is shown , i need an event thet resets the WaitCursor to Default. I need this,because i dont want that the user thinks he hasn't hit the node and repeats to click on it. The form uses database access and crystal reports so it takes a few seconds (especially on older pcs) until the form appears.
I tried quite all possible events of the form (Load, Activated, GotFocus...) but they all reset the Cursor to early (the form appeard not jet).

Thanks in advance for any help!

frave
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by:ptmcomp
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I think you have to use the Application.Idle

Do something like this:

private EventHandler EventHandler formReadyHandler;
....
public void ShowAForm()
{
    formReadyHandler = new EventHandler(Form_Ready);
    Applicaton.Idle += formReadyHandler;
    AForm.Show();
}

private void Form_Ready(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
    Applicaton.Idle -= formReadyHandler;
    // form is ready
}
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Form.Load is the last event to to be fired before the form is shown, why not set this.Cursor = Cursors.Default as the last line of this event?

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