Set the hourglass in an applet

Ok, all I want to do is set the hourglass when I click on a certain button... it this possible?

After, I want to set it back to default when the button_clicked is finished.

Thanks
Nicolas_St_AmourAsked:
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billy_98_1Commented:
I don't have any time at the moment, but I do have some source code to make the cursor spin, so it cycles through all the different arror cursors, you should be able to turn that into a program than you want.
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Nicolas_St_AmourAuthor Commented:
Hmm, the intended use of changing the cursor is just when I connect to a DB in an applet, it takes some time, so I was wondering if it was possible to put the hourglass while it processes the data...  Is it possible?
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billy_98_1Commented:
I'd have thought so.
I've never used the hour glass cursor, but i'm fairly sure you make the cursor be an hour glass.
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billy_98_1Commented:
I e-mailed the code about 20 seconds ago.
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