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Old February 17th, 2004, 06:06 AM
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Hi,

I'm launching a wizard from the main UI.
I have a class wrapping the management of the wizard,including
showing the wizard's forms.
The problem is as following:
1)Should i use BeginInvoke in order to show the forms on the
  main UI(in its message loop)?
2)Should i launch the wrapper in a separate thread?and if
  so i can i handle its termination?


                 Thanks in advance,
                        Eyan

 
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Maybe you could elaborate the question a bit?


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