Statusbar Thread, Animated CSS Spinner Class for Excel

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Statusbar Thread, Animated CSS Spinner Class for Excel

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Configurable Statusbar Spinner & Lightbox Class for Excel 2013 & 2016 (32bit or 64bit)

A Lightbox is a Light or Dark overlay that covers the entire Application Window. My Lightbox Class features some abstraction, based around a Class example by Rubberduck whereby you do not neccesarily need to ever Unload a UserForm in order for it to go out of Scope. The UserForm implements an IFoo Class and IWrapper Class to pass the UserForm as an Object. The Spinner Class is a further extention of this philosophy. Combined the Software writes out a configurable CSS Spinner to the Statusbar or the Screen Center, used while running a task. In this Software the Thread is the ‘Spinner’ that will appear


Excel 2013-2016, (32bit & 64bit)
Basic Excel skills. Basic to moderate VBA Skills
Windows PC · NOT a Mac!

3 Calls, Init(), Go() and Kill()
Quick, smooth configurable Lightbox overlay effect
Change the Colour and Opacity of the Lightbox from 0-255
Change the Spinner Easing Type, Colours, Thickness, Speed and Position

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