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Subject:Re: LocalSQL hourglass circle stays
Date:17 Jun 2020 19:48:45 -0400
From:"Kevin Zawicki" <numberjack@wi.rr.com>
Newsgroups:pnews.paradox-development

thanks


I just set it to arrow on comletion

"Thies Grimm" <thies.grimm@t-online.de> wrote:
>
>hi Kevin,
>we use showcursor to catch the mouse problem:
>
>************************************************************
>Uses "user32.dll"
>   ShowCursor(siCursor CWORD) CWORD         ; //   Displays or hides the
>cursor.
>{Parameters: 
>       bShow, Type: BOOL
>      If bShow is TRUE, the display count is incremented by one. 
>      If bShow is FALSE, the display count is decremented by one.
>Return Value:
> Type: int
>  The return value specifies the new display counter.
>Remarks: 
>This function sets an internal display counter that determines whether the
>cursor should be displayed. 
>The cursor is displayed only if the display count is greater than or equal
>to 0. 
>If a mouse is installed, the initial display count is 0. 
>If no mouse is installed, the display count is 1.      }
>
>endUses
>
>method cmShowCursor(lg Logical)
>var
>   si                  Smallint
>endVar
>
>   switch
>   ; //   False, no = hide mouse
>      case lg = No: 
>         si = ShowCursor(0)          ; //   decrement by one
>         while si >= 0
>            si = ShowCursor(0) 
>         endWhile
>   ; //   True, yes = show mouse
>      case lg = Yes: 
>         si = ShowCursor(1)         ; //   increment by one
>         while si < 1
>            si = ShowCursor(1) 
>         endWhile
>   endSwitch   
>endMethod
>************************************************************
>
>And we call executeSQL like this:
>
>method run(var eventInfo Event)
>
>   ...
>
>   cmShowCursor(No)
>   try
>      if not itemSQL.executeSQL(dbSQL) then
>         fail()
>      endIf
>   onFail
>   ; //   save error
>
>   ; //   Cursor wieder anzeigen
>      cmShowCursor(Yes)
>
>   ; //   error handling
>
>   endTry
>
>   cmShowCursor(Yes)
>
>
>endMethod
>
>Hope this helps ... 
>
>
>"Kevin Zawicki" <numberjack@wi.rr.com> wrote:
>>
>>AS I switch processes over to localSQL I notice that on some larger procs
>>the mouse changes to the Win10 "hourglass" circle, more. Specifically during
>>localSQL executing. It is not any slower (mostly same or faster). But sometime
>>the "hourglass" circle stays on screen after proc is complete until I move
>>the mouse. Not really anything wrong, but is is misleading to the user.
>>
>>Anyone else see this?
>


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