public void EnableEvents()
Public Sub EnableEvents()
public void enableEvents()
When the internal counter is != 0, Changed will not be raised. Therefore, for each call to DisableEvents, there should be a corresponding call to EnableEvents in order to restore the raising of events.
You can temporary disable the Changed event when performing multiple operations on a RasterImage object then re-enabling it once the operations are done. This way, any listeners to the Changed event will be notified only once thus optimizing the performance.
For an example, refer to Changed.
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