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How can I put my cursor (from file .cur) in use in my application?
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by:ronit051397
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You better increase the points and explain better what you need.
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In my opinion this question worth 30 points. If you increase to 30 I'll answer it.
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michaue earned 0 total points
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You can look in your Delphi help under TScreen object and under its Cursors property.  Down at the bottom there is example code about loading custom cursors.

Or you can have a look at the help for the TCustomImageList object and under its FileLoad property ...

Have fun
Elfrieda :)
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by:buboi
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const MyCursor = 5;
var
  err:word;
begin
  err:=loadimage(
     hinstance,
     pchar('c_no01.cur'), //your cursor filename
     image_cursor,
     32,
     32,
     lr_defaultcolor or lr_loadfromfile);
  screen.Cursors[MyCursor]:=tcursor(err);
  self.cursor:=MyCursor;
end;

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by:buboi
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const MyCursor = 5;
var
  err:word;
begin
  err:=loadimage(
     hinstance,
     pchar('c_no01.cur'), //your cursor filename
     image_cursor,
     32,
     32,
     lr_defaultcolor or lr_loadfromfile);
  screen.Cursors[MyCursor]:=tcursor(err);
  self.cursor:=MyCursor;
end;

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by:buboi
ID: 1354439
const MyCursor = 5;
var
  cursorhandle:word;
begin
  cursorhandle:=loadimage(
     hinstance,
     pchar('c_no01.cur'), //your cursor filename
     image_cursor,
     32,           //Must be the true cursor width & height
     32,           //
  lr_defaultcolor or lr_loadfromfile);//must set lr_loadfromfile

  screen.Cursors[MyCursor]:=tcursor(cursorhandle);
  self.cursor:=MyCursor;
end;

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