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C# animated GIF stops playing during loop

Posted on 2009-04-09
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Hi,

I have an animated GIF that is supposed to display whilst a long loop executes (the loop is a Monte-Carlo simulation that lasts around 10 seconds). When I click a button I show a picture box with an animated GIF, whilst the simulation runs.

Unfortunately, when I click the button, the animated GIF stops playing whilst the simulation runs and only starts animating again when the simulation stops!!

Does anyone know of a way to make the animated GIF display whilst the simulation is in progress?

Thanks.
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Place in your loop(s) a call to "Application.DoEvents();"....


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