Ned M. Hojnacki
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TSplash Message v.3.0||FWS
||21 Sep 1998
|By Ned M. Hojnacki. TSplashMessage is a component for those who wish to provide the ability to splash a Message directly on the screen. However, TSplashMessage also gives users the ability to stop some processing taking place during run-time. TSplashMessage is more than just a MessageDlg screen. Although it looks similar to the Delphi MessageDlg, it is much more flexible, and useful. The problem with a MessageDlg is that it is created as a modal window. With a modal window, as you know, no processing can continue until the window has been addressed. Using TSplashMessage, this is no longer a problem. TSplashMessage is not created as a modal window, but it can act like a modal window via the modal property. This is probably the most useful feature about TSplashMessage, and it's what sets it apart from a MessageDlg window.|
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