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Here's the code for both controls from the .aspx file:
And I have searched all 2 pages that come up in google with no resolution.
<cc1:AlwaysVisibleControlExtender id="AlwaysVisibleControlExtender1"
runat="server"
HorizontalSide="center" TargetControlID="UpdateProgress"
VerticalSide="middle">
</cc1:AlwaysVisibleControlExtender>
<asp:UpdateProgress id="UpdateProgress" runat="server"
AssociatedUpdatePanelID="UpdatePanel1">
<progresstemplate>
<div id="updiv" style="text-align:center; background-color:InfoBackground;
border: black thin double; padding-right: 1px; padding-left: 1px;
padding-bottom: 1px; padding-top: 1px;"><center>Loading, Please Wait...<BR
/><IMG src="Progress_Green.gif" /></center>
</div></progresstemplate>
</asp:UpdateProgress>
 
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G

Guest

Hi All,
I have a progress update control and using the alwaysvisiblecontrol so that
my progress indicator shows up without impacting my page layout. I like it.
Problem is, it's not centering the first time it become visible. both
horizontal and verticle are set to middle and center. Initially it's more to
the right. Next time an update occurs, it centers properly. All of this is
when the scrollbar is not being used (The page is left alone while the
content updates)
Help
 
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Walter Wang [MSFT]

Hi,

The AlwaysVisibleControlExtender is part of the AJAX Control Toolkit, which
is not supported by Microsoft Customer Support and Service. The toolkit is
hosted on CodePlex with full source code and is developed by both Microsoft
ASP.NET team and community.

For your specific question, I've done some simple test and didn't find the
issue you described: I'm using a very simple UpdatePanel with a label and a
button, the UpdateProgress div always shows at fixed position for the first
and second update.

Regards,
Walter Wang ([email protected], remove 'online.')
Microsoft Online Community Support

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Guest

Hi Walter,
I'll have to see if there is something else on the page that is causing
this. Thanks for looking at it.
 
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My "updateprogress" displays centered on the screen perfectly, every time, except on the first appearence. I don't use absolute or any other code to make that happen. If we can just get over that 1 hurdle, that would be great. :thumb:


Here's the code for both controls from the .aspx file:
And I have searched all 2 pages that come up in google with no resolution.
<cc1:AlwaysVisibleControlExtender id="AlwaysVisibleControlExtender1"
runat="server"
HorizontalSide="center" TargetControlID="UpdateProgress"
VerticalSide="middle">
</cc1:AlwaysVisibleControlExtender>
<asp:UpdateProgress id="UpdateProgress" runat="server"
AssociatedUpdatePanelID="UpdatePanel1">
<progresstemplate>
<div id="updiv" style="text-align:center; background-color:InfoBackground;
border: black thin double; padding-right: 1px; padding-left: 1px;
padding-bottom: 1px; padding-top: 1px;"><center>Loading, Please Wait...<BR
/><IMG src="Progress_Green.gif" /></center>
</div></progresstemplate>
</asp:UpdateProgress>

"pickedaname" wrote:

> Hi All,
> I have a progress update control and using the alwaysvisiblecontrol so that
> my progress indicator shows up without impacting my page layout. I like it.
> Problem is, it's not centering the first time it become visible. both
> horizontal and verticle are set to middle and center. Initially it's more to
> the right. Next time an update occurs, it centers properly. All of this is
> when the scrollbar is not being used (The page is left alone while the
> content updates)
> Help
 

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