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Executable to create a sand watch progress indicator ?

Executable to create a sand watch progress indicator ?

Executable to create a sand watch progress indicator ?

(OP)
HI,

Is there such an executable that creates a sand watch progress indicator ?

Thanks

Long live king Moshiach !
http://www.7for70.com/

RE: Executable to create a sand watch progress indicator ?

(OP)
Thanks,

I meant executable .exe file,not code...

Long live king Moshiach !
http://www.7for70.com/

RE: Executable to create a sand watch progress indicator ?

I'm not sure what you're trying to do?  Each window sets its own mouse cursor, so a program that just sets it to an hourglass wouldn't help for other programs.

RE: Executable to create a sand watch progress indicator ?

(OP)
It would.
I'm running long operations from a Perl script,no threading.
I need to pop up to a user some progress indicator.
I want to call the executable from Perl BEFORE my long operation,then kill it once the operation is over.
Thanks

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http://www.7for70.com/

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