ProgressEx has been redesigned and redeveloped. The back-end rendering engine has been completely rebuilt from scratch.
This has opened up some more possibilities for ProgressEx and future controls.
It is now possible to catch mouse events (2.0 and higher). These events can be processed by the programmer and make the ProgressEx more interactive. It's possible to catch clicks, mouse button presses, mouse movement, focus and losing focus.
For example, using these events, you can have your ProgressEx work as an interactive Progress indicator. Have the user click and drag the bar to a new state, use it as a volume control or simply use the whole bar as a list item in your program.
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