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Progression bar during ftp download

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Currently I use in Delphi a TidFTP component to download file from "my" ftp server (filezilla)
To help the user waiting the download to finish, I first display a box indicating the size of the file that is to be downloaded.
But I would like to do more and better, it is, display a progression bar during the download.
Is this possible ?
How ?
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Question by:LeTay
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I think this has been asked and answered here : http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Pascal/Delphi/Q_23332828.html
While the solution might not be exactly as you need it, it provides enough code for you to tinker with to make it into your own solution.
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by:Sinisa Vuk
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I use Internet Component Suite. It is very powerful (think its better too) and main difference is that components are asynchronous in opposite - Indy components are synchronous. Suit comes with lots of examples. TFtpClient component have OnProgress event - which can be used like you want. I know Indy comes with Delphi but give a try another components ...
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Works perfectly well !
My users will be happy
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