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How to add a GIF image on a form?

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application

In C# 2008.

Ok, so I read  a few topics related to my question, but I just can't understand it completely.

I just want to make a gif image animate in my form, not just the first frame. In my searches I found that I should use some class named ImageAnimator, but... I'm relatively new to C# and don't know exactly how to use that class. If someone would just copy-paste here the code for making the gif animate, declaring it with this class... almost everything that I should implement in my form in order for this to work, I would deffinately appreciate it. 

Thanks in advance.

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