Determine when a window has _finished_ being resized

Posted on 2006-04-24
Last Modified: 2010-04-23
I have an application, that draws a graph.  I want to redraw this graph whenever the size of the form changes.  At the moment I use the resize event.  The is called continuously while a user is resizing the form though, and since I will be dealing with a lot of data later, this will slow things down a lot.  I need to know when a user releases the mouse button indicating that they have finished resizeing it.  Only then do I want to redraw.  The mouseUp event doesn't seem to work for this.  The event should also trigger when the user maximizes or restores the program.

Thanks in advance,

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