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*Tony Tanzillo
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acedUsrBrkWithMessagePump

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07-02-2005 11:49 AM
Not long ago, I asked if anyone knew how to call
CWinApp::smileytongue:umpMessage() from managed code.

The reason I needed this, is made fairly obvious
by the name of the undocumented export in the
subject line.

My question is, does use of this undocumented
API in lieu of calling acedUserBrk(), eliminate the
need to call PumpMessage() to prevent AutoCAD
from being unresponsive while my app is busy?


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*Albert Szilvasy
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Re: acedUsrBrkWithMessagePump

07-04-2005 09:21 PM in reply to: *Tony Tanzillo
Yes.
See my other post about implementing "user break" in general.

Albert
"Tony Tanzillo" wrote in message
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Not long ago, I asked if anyone knew how to call
CWinApp::smileytongue:umpMessage() from managed code.

The reason I needed this, is made fairly obvious
by the name of the undocumented export in the
subject line.

My question is, does use of this undocumented
API in lieu of calling acedUserBrk(), eliminate the
need to call PumpMessage() to prevent AutoCAD
from being unresponsive while my app is busy?


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http://www.caddzone.com

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http://www.acadxtabs.com
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