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    Resolved Help. Timer on form not working. Can't figure out why.

    My apologies. My question was eventually answered on another site and I forgot to close my post over here. The animation looks nice & more professional, but more than that, if you don't use multiple threads, even just displaying the filenames doesn't work as the form does not update when it is...
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    Resolved Help. Timer on form not working. Can't figure out why.

    I'm not sure what your question is but the problem has been resolved. I had to create a custom copy dialog b/c the built-in Copy function that includes the animated Windows progress indicator stops & prompts to "overwrite" every duplicate file b/c there is no "overwrite" switch using this...
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    Resolved Help. Timer on form not working. Can't figure out why.

    Thx for the reply. Here is my Copy code: For Each myFile In Directory.GetFiles(strPath & "Save", "Data*.*") Try My.Computer.FileSystem.CopyFile(myFile, strBackupPath & My.Computer.FileSystem.GetName(myFile), True) ' Must trim path from source file otherwise...
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    Resolved Help. Timer on form not working. Can't figure out why.

    I needed to create a Copy Dialog from scratch. It will (I hope) show the file/folder being copied with a Copy Animation (similar to the default UIDialog.) I created a form and put a PictureBox & Timer on it. I set the Timer default to Enabled and Interval to 150. Code was added (below) to the...
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    Question overwrite while using "UIOption.AllDialogs" when copying?

    I have a program that checks for a Backup folder when it starts, and if not found, prompts for you to create one. The copy process can take a long time, so I use the standard Windows copy dialog to show your progress: My.Computer.FileSystem.CopyDirectory(strSrcPath...
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    Question Quick Question: Object to display a form in a scrolling window?

    Awesome. I found a working example in the online .Net docs here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/desktop/winforms/advanced/how-to-create-mdi-child-forms?view=netframeworkdesktop-4.8
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    Question Quick Question: Object to display a form in a scrolling window?

    Is there a VB.Net object that lets you display a form in a scrollable window? TIA
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