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Built-in Progress Bar

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A default splash screen contains a marquee progress bar, which continuously changes its progress. When you manually display/close DXSplashScreen, you can set its display mode to regular where the progress changes between 0 and 100. To change a display mode to regular and to step through progress, use the static DXSplashScreen.Progress(double value) method.

You can use the DXSplashScreen.SetState method to pass custom information to a splash screen. The example below demonstrates how to use this method.

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A complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Examples database at http://www.devexpress.com/example=E3243.

This example shows how to manually invoke and close DXSplashScreen.

By default, DXSplashScreen contains a progress bar, indicating the progress of the application load. This example also shows how you can manually change the progress in code.

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