How to return to normal pointer after setpointer()

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amyren
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How to return to normal pointer after setpointer()

Post by amyren »

Using the CreatePointer() and SetPointer() to display a busy pointer works. But how to return to the normal pointer again?

Alternatively, is there a way to show the system busy pointer instead of creating your own pointer?

PEB
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Re: How to return to normal pointer after setpointer()

Post by PEB »

This should create the normal system pointer:
CreatePointer(id, #POINTER, #STDPTR_SYSTEM)

This should create the system's standard busy pointer:
CreatePointer(id, #POINTER, #STDPTR_BUSY)

amyren
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Re: How to return to normal pointer after setpointer()

Post by amyren »

Yes, just what I was after. Thank you :D

I see now that it is in the docs, which I was reading last night and managed to miss it. :lol:

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