If it is asynchronous ... isn't a UI that responds the default?

On Sun, 11 Nov 2007 09:25:31 -0800, you wrote:

>  I have a simple program that downloads a large file using the HTTP Client.
>  How would one keep the user interface responsive during a long asynchronous
>  download?
>  I have tried a number of things and finally ended up adding a timer with an
>  Application.ProcessMessages in it. Is there a better way to keep the UI
>  responsive for button clicks and such?
>  Thanks,
>  -- 
>  Johnnie Norsworthy

Robert Chafer
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