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1 yeah, this was the first i tryed, before posting in this forum. delay() did not work in c#. Application.DoEvents() should work if i can believe google, but visual studio says there is no definition for doevents(). So i used Pb1.Value+...
1 you really need to be looking at a background thread (background worker control may allow you do do this) any tight loop like that will freeze the UI until the loop has finished in the 'old days' a doevents within the loop itself would have ...