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Fri Aug 12 02:37:26 EDT 2011
Looks like 2 issues here. First getting the cursor to stick; second getting
the correct cursor display.
Lock/Unlock cursor should resolve the first; importing and using your own
cursor image should resolve the second.
if "button" is word 1 of the target then
set the cursor to cHand
else set the cursor to cArrow
Chip Thomas wrote:
Having some trouble changing the cursor, and hope someone can help shed some
light on the topic.
I have a "mouseEnter" script on the main card that checks if the target is a
"button". If it's a button, it sets the cursor to hand. If not, it sets it
I've tried implementing this in two different projects.
One project is a launcher system where the standalone just launches a
separate main stack file. The cursor script is on the card of this stack
file. In this project, I don't get any cursor changes except when in the
The second project is just a regular standalone with the cursor script on
the main card of the standalone. I do get a cursor change, but I get a
watch rather than a hand.
Argh! Any help would be much appreciated.
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