How do I make a more sophisticated "Roller"?

Posted by Zhang JingChu under C# on 10/4/2011 | Points: 10 | Views : 1362 | Status : [Member] | Replies : 1
How do I make a more sophisticated "Roller"?

I am looking for a good example of a percentage roller in Silverlight. (someone told me that they were called rollers)

The little default BusyIndicator is nice but I have a lot going on in the backgroud for a particular app and because of this, I want one of those rollers that give a percentage of how much time the use can expect to wait. I already have a way of determining what sort of percentage is going on. In other words, I know what sort of data to send the roller. Can anyone help me?


Posted by: Ndebata on: 10/4/2011 [Member] Starter | Points: 25

I have created this progress bar for showing long running process in wpf, actually its a usercontrol. Please go through it, Busy indicator can be implemented in the same idea
I am showingpercentage in tool tip. In your case try to add two TextBlock , one for showing percentage and the second one for the time remaining or some status message.
Please go through this article.

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