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xHot
Basics
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Type
Property
Syntax

set the xHot of image to pixels

See Also
Introduced
1.0
Environment
Desktop,Web
Platform Support
MacOS,Mac OS X,Windows,Linux
Security
None required
Summary
Specifies the horizontal position of the hot spot when an image is being used as a cursor.
Examples

set the xHot of image ID 1023 to (the width of image ID 1023)

Additional Comments
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Use the xHot property to specify the horizontal position of the hot spot of an image you want to use as a cursor.

Value:

The xHot of an image is an integer between 1 and the width of the image.

By default, the xHot property of newly created images is set to 1.

Comments:

A mouse cursor, regardless of its shape, always has a single active point or hot spot. For example, the arrow cursor's hot spot is at its tip, and to select an object, you must click it with the arrow tip.

The xHot property is the horizontal distance in pixels from the left edge of the image to the hot spot point.

The xHot of an image is equal to item 1 of the image's hotSpot property.

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