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C# Invoking a Property

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Jack Wetson

Jack Wetson


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I have recently jumped into the realms of C# and I am having some trouble with editing properies accross threads. From what i have managed to research thus far i beleive i need to use the Invoke() method, however i am not quite sure how to go about this correctly.

The Scenario:

Image1 is created by the main thread.
In another thread i have the following
Image1.Left = Image1.Left + 1
However this throws up an error, any pointers would be most appreciated.

Many Thanks,

Jack Wetson
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Hi Jack,

What is it exactly that you are trying to do? I don't think the Image class has a "Left" property:

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