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How to stop the Filkering in form when it has lots off controlers.. Form DOUBBLE BUFFER is TRUE... Still form flikering
perilbrain 8-Jul-12 13:07pm
try running your objective on a background worker'll let the program retain the control of form without the main thread being overloaded.
bbirajdar 8-Jul-12 13:45pm
what ?
There can be some different reasons for flickering. If you really need help, you should try to create a complete, but very short code sample to reproduce this kind of flicker. If you can do it, use "Improve question" and add it; format source code properly.
Dave Kreskowiak 8-Jul-12 13:58pm
How many controls are we talking about? Rule number 1: Limits the number of controls you use on a form.
Mike Hankey 8-Jul-12 16:08pm
Flicker when you try to do what?, Resize, draw?
2pai 10-Jul-12 2:52am
when Form Load. not loading smoothly...
SASS_Shooter 11-Jul-12 14:30pm
Answer the other questions! How many controls are on this form? Are they static or are you programmatically placing them there? Since you're doing double buffering I assume this is a Winform application?
Also -- are you populating the form when it loads? If so have you suspended the form before loading the data then unsuspend it's drawing?

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