Icon TCursor

Unit: WebUI

TCursor = (crAuto,crCrossHair,crDefault,crHelp,crMove,crPointer,
      crProgress,crSizeNESW,crSizeNS,crSizeNWSE,crSizeWE, crText,
      crWait)

The TCursor enumerated type is used to specify the type of cursor that will be used for the mouse pointer when it hovers over a UI element or control.

ElementDescription
crAutoSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that is automatically determined by the web browser, based upon the type of control and its state.
crCrossHairSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor with a cross-hair (+) pattern.
crDefaultSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use the default cursor for the web browser, which is usually a normal pointer.
crHelpSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a help cursor, which is normally a pointer with a question mark (?) next to it.
crMoveSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a movement cursor, which is normally four arrows pointing north, east, south, and west.
crPointerSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a normal pointer cursor.
crProgressSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that represents execution in progress, which is normally a pointer with an animated progress symbol next to it.
crSizeNESWSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that contains arrows pointing northeast and southwest.
crSizeNSSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that contains arrows pointing north and south.
crSizeNWSESpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that contains arrows pointing northwest and southeast. This is cursor is normally the same as the crSizeNESW cursor.
crSizeWESpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that contains arrows pointing from west and east.
crTextSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that includes an edit caret (vertical bar).
crWaitSpecifies that the mouse pointer will use a cursor that represents a wait state, which is normally an hourglass or animated progress symbol.
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