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WPF and Silverlight Edition Basic Library / Progress Indicator
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    Visually indicate progress of a lengthy operation with ProgressIndicator for WPF and SilverlightC1ProgressIndicator displays a classic loading ring to indicate an indeterminate operation is in progress.

    You can use the C1ProgressIndicator when an operation interrupts the UI for more than a few seconds. This will provide users visual feedback that the operation is working and they will have more patience even if they have to wait longer.

    You can use the C1ProgressIndicator to specify verbally, graphically or both the following:

    Make the most of  C1ProgressIndicator by taking advantage of the following key features:

    C1ProgressIndicator does not block the UI thread from running, so you can show a progress indicator while the background UI is performing some operation.

    The C1ProgressIndicator control is modeled after the native progress indicators used on Windows 8 to provide a familiar and modern-looking user experience. Use it to indicate loading of data or some long calculation to the user in an intuitive manner.

    ClearStyle technology allows you to easily change control brushes without having to override templates. By just setting a few brush properties in Visual Studio, such as indeterminate foreground and background brushes, you can quickly style the entire control without having to customize its template.