Using the Load and Unload events of the Forms add these subs to handle a simple fade in and out effect. This is not limited to just one form. The subroutine definition can be added to any global class allowing the use on any form or sub-form.

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Using the Load and Unload events of the Forms add these subs to handle a simple fade in and out effect. This is not limited to just one form. The subroutine definition can be added to any global class allowing the use on any form or sub-form. This is the converted post from my VB.NET Snippet

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This is a great example for a thread stop. Simple debugging trick for any looped process that needs the "e-brake" applied while making sure that the thread is working correctly. The idea is that you can manually stop a thread, to prevent that hanging sensation during any process. This works great with TCP and UDP protocol programs and ideal for all multi-threading programs.. feel free to implement as needed.

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The End.