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This article applies to Windows only.

See also: Multiplatform Programming Guide

About

This is unit which contains the class to control the progressbar over the Windows 7+ taskbar button. The demo looks like this:

Win32TaskbarProgressDemo.png

Taskbar button progress can have several styles:

  • none (inactive)
  • green progress
  • yellow progress (looks like paused state)
  • red progress (looks like error state)
  • marquee floating animation (progress value is ignored, it's constantly changing animation from min to max)


Author: Alexey Torgashin

License: MIT

Usage

In the form's OnShow (or maybe OnCreate) create the object like this:

uses
  win32taskbarprogress;

procedure TForm1.FormShow(Sender: TObject);
begin
  GlobalTaskbarProgress:= TWin7TaskProgressBar.Create;
end;

And then call properties of this object like this:

  //to change state: none, green, yellow, red, floating
  GlobalTaskbarProgress.Style:= TTaskBarProgressStyle(ComboBoxStyle.ItemIndex);
 
  //to change progress value 0 to 100
  GlobalTaskbarProgress.Progress:= Edit1.Value;

Author tried to init the object in the "initialization" part of win32taskbarprogress, but failed, maybe because Application.Handle is not inited so early.

Download

Unit file and demo project: https://github.com/Alexey-T/Win32TaskbarProgress