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Animating Progress Bar

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Kevin
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Kevin asked on 13 Dec 2007, 01:33 AM
I'm trying to make my RadProgressBar control disappear gradually by doing an animation on the Opacity Property.

I found an example of doing animation on a border of a button, but I can't seem to apply the same techniques to the Progress Bar.

Does anyone have an example of animating a RadProgressBar's properties?

Thanks much!
Kevin

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Boyko Markov
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answered on 14 Dec 2007, 09:29 AM
Hello Kevin,

Thank you for writing.

Use the following as a guide:
  1. Subscribe to the Load event of your form
  2. Write the following code snippet in the load event handler
            border = (BorderPrimitive)this.radProgressBar1.ProgressBarElement.Children[3] as BorderPrimitive;     
            border.Width = 5;     
            border.GradientStyle = GradientStyles.Linear;     
            border.ForeColor = Color.White;     
            border.ForeColor2 = Color.Green;     
            border.ForeColor3 = Color.Yellow;     
            border.ForeColor4 = Color.Blue;     
            animatedAngle.AnimationFinished += new AnimationFinishedEventHandler(animatedAngle_AnimationFinished);     
            animatedAngle.ApplyValue(border);    
 

    3.  In the AnimationFinishedHandler add the following:

       void animatedAngle_AnimationFinished(object sender, AnimationStatusEventArgs e)
       {
             animatedAngle.ApplyValue(border);
       }


If you have any additional questions, please contact us.

Sincerely yours,
the Telerik team


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