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[java] Checking if drawImage(....) has finished.

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Greets. I''m developing some heavy gfx java applets, and i am facing a major problem, due to the async drawImage method. How can i know if the operation is complete? Through the observer i guess, however, i checked the help (msdn), and i couldn''t find any details about the observer callback. Anyone got any info on how can i tell (even through the observer callback) if a drawImage method is complete? Thanks.

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Stupid question... why are you checking the msdn for Java help?
or you writing in Visual J++?

and if so WHY are you writing in Visual J++... nothing intended by it... just curious really.

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Well, i use Visual J++, ''cause i haven''t tryied using something else... got anything in mind to suggest?

I''m developing for some years now (last year and some months profetionally), and i never got the spare time needed to check (download) stuff relevant to Java. I use VC++ mostly, so i found it convinient using Visual J++.

If you''re aware of anything else (i assume you are), i''d be very happy to know


c ''ya.

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I''ll assume you need more than just the MediaTracker class? If you don''t know what I''m talking about check it out in your documentation.

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