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assigning a new cursur to a window

How would I change at run-time the "hCursor" property of a WNDCLASS object after it has already been registered using the "RegisterClass" method?

Thanks in advance,
Dan :-)

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  • AsmGuru62AsmGuru62 Posts: 6,519Member
    : How would I change at run-time the "hCursor" property of a WNDCLASS object after it has already been registered using the "RegisterClass" method?
    :
    : Thanks in advance,
    : Dan :-)
    :
    [blue]I am not sure it is possible. Usually, if your window needs different cursors at run-time, like bitmap/icon designer - you need to pass NULL as hCursor in WNDCLASS and then 'sit' on WM_SETCURSOR or WM_MOUSEMOVE message(s) and adjust cursor according to its position on screen or the tool your editor is using at the moment.[/blue]
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