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Posted on 2013-06-11
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I have a timer on my page that is disabled and the interval on the timer is 1000

I assume that's milliseconds?

On a click event I want to

Timer1.Enabled = True
Timer1.start()

run for 15 seconds

Timer1.Stop
Timer1.Enabled = False
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by:sedgwick
ID: 39237877
add integer field in your class and set it to 0.
on the timer elapse event handler add 1 to the integer field each time.
also check if the field equals 15, if yes then stop the timer and set .Enabled = false, and reset the integer field to 0 again.
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OSUK earned 500 total points
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My suggestion would be...

In the Click event put the code
Timer1.Interval = 15000  'yes the time is in milliseconds
Timer1.Start

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In the Timer1_Tick event..
Timer1.stop
'Add whatever code you wish to process

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If you can include a bit more detail of what you are trying to achieve with the timer i could provide more detail.
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by:lrbrister
ID: 39238298
THis had example code and  got me going.
Thanks...it's working

I have this
    Protected Sub lnkFrustrated_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles lnkFrustrated.Click
        tmrFrustrated.Interval = "19000"
        imgFrustrated.Visible = True
        tmrFrustrated.Enabled = True

    End Sub

    Private Sub tmrFrustrated_Tick(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles tmrFrustrated.Tick
        tmrFrustrated.Enabled = False
        imgFrustrated.Visible = False
        lblImage.Text = "Have a nice day!"
    End Sub
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