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defaultCursor
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Type
Property
Syntax

set the defaultCursor to imageID

Introduced
2.0
Changed
3.5
Environment
Desktop, Web and Server
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies the default shape of the cursor.
Examples

set the defaultCursor to arrow

Additional Comments
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Use the defaultCursor property to change the cursor used when the Browse tool is being used from a hand to some other cursor shape.

Value:

The defaultCursor is the ID of an image to use for a cursor.

Revolution looks for the specified image in the following order:

1) The stack of the current object's behavior (if applicable)

2) The stack of the owner of the current object's behavior (if applicable)

...

n) The stack of the current object's stack's behavior (if applicable)

A) The current object's stack

B) The current object's stack's mainstack (if a substack)

C) The current object's stack's mainstacks substacks

D) The list of open stacks, in order they were loaded

Tip: Revolution includes several built-in cursors whose names you can use in place of their image IDs. The built-in cursors are described in the entry for the cursorproperty.

Comments:

If the lockCursor property is set to false, the cursor changes shape automatically as the mouse moves. (For example, the cursor normally turns into an arrow over a menu, an I-beam over an editable field, and so on.) The defaultCursor is the shape used automatically when the mouse pointer is in a stack window, but not in an editable field.

Changes to Revolution:

The order in which Revolution searches for cursors was changed in version 3.5. Previously, the current stack was searched first, followed by the list of open stacks.

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