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NAME

       Wx::Perl::SplashFast - Fast splash screen for the Wx module.

SYNOPSIS

         use Wx::Perl::SplashFast ('/path/to/logo.jpg',3000);
         # timeout in milliseconds

         package myApp ;
         # subclass Wx::App ...

         package myFrame;
         # subclass Wx::Frame ...

         package main;

         my $myApp = myApp->new();
         my $frame = myFrame->new();

         $myApp->MainLoop();

DESCRIPTION

       Using Wx::SplashScreen from Wx::App::OnInit may cause a high delay before the splash
       screen is shown on low end machines.

       This module works around this limitation; you just need to follow the example.

USAGE

       Just put the code inside the 'BEGIN {}' of your main app, like:

         sub BEGIN {
           use Wx::Perl::SplashFast ;
           Wx::Perl::SplashFast->new("./logo.jpg",5000);
         }

       or load the module before any other:

         use Wx::Perl::SplashFast ("./logo.jpg",5000) ;
         use Wx ;
         ...

   import ( IMG_FILE, SPLASH_TIMEOUT )
       IMG_FILE  Path of the image file to show.

       SPLASH_TIMEOUT
                 Timeout of the splash screen in milliseconds.

       If you "use Wx::Perl::SplashFast './logo.jpg', 1000;" this has the same affetc as.

         BEGIN {
           require Wx::Perl::SplashFast;
           Wx::Perl::SplashFast->new( './logo.jpg', 1000 );
         }

   new ( IMG_FILE , SPLASH_TIMEOUT )
       Show the splash screen.

       IMG_FILE  Path of the image file to show.

       SPLASH_TIMEOUT
                 Timeout of the splash screen in milliseconds.

EXAMPLE

         use Wx::Perl::SplashFast ("./logo.jpg",5000) ;
         # Don't forget to put your own image in the same path. Duh

         package myApp ;
         use base 'Wx::App';
         sub OnInit { return(@_[0]) ;}

         package myFrame ;
         use base 'Wx::Frame';
         use Wx qw( wxDEFAULT_FRAME_STYLE );

         sub new {
           my $app = shift ;
           my( $frame ) = $app->SUPER::new( @_[0] , -1, 'wxPerl Test' ,
                                            [0,0] , [400,300] ) ;
           return( $frame ) ;
         }

         package main ;
         use Wx ;

         my $myApp = myApp->new() ;

         print "window\n" ;
         my $win = myFrame->new() ;
         $win->Show(1) ;

         $myApp->SetTopWindow( $win ) ;
         $myApp->MainLoop();

SEE ALSO

       Wx, <Wx:SplashScreen>

AUTHOR

       Graciliano M. P. <gm@virtuasites.com.br> Thanks to wxWidgets people and Mattia Barbon for
       wxPerl! :P

COPYRIGHT

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.