If there is not - can there be
Thanks for the many, many years of fantastic graphics controls folks!
I'm sorry, may I ask you to detail "its assigned image". There's an event fired when the page is displayed but I'm not sure it's what you need.
http://guides.gdpicture.com/content/web ... ed_EV.html
I actually figured out what I needed - I was looking in the wrong place. What I really needed was something that told me when THUMBNAILEX was done creating all of ITS objects and there's a nice little exposed method called OnAllItemsLoaded that does this for me...HOWEVER
It would be nice if I could capture when each individual Thumbnail was created so I could provide a visual feedback to my users so they are aware that they're loading a very large document and that there's still some processing going on behind the scenes.
Is there an event that gets raised after EACH individual Thumbnail is created?
At first I thought it would be "ControlAdded" but that doesn't seem to do anything.
I realize I'm mixing my questions here too - but I have one more for you:
What happens when I load a 10,000 page document into GDViewer that's linked to a ThumbnailEX control and WHILE the Thumbs are being created, I close and dispose the form that holds the GDViewer/ThumbnailEX???
Thanks again for your patience!
I'm sorry there are no event fired for each and every thumbnail at the moment.
The software is design to work properly in case the application exists while the thumbnails are being created. We have a number of customers handling large documents every days.
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