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How to hide a cursor

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I am writing a MFC Dialog GUI applicaiton where I need to
hide the cursor for making applicaiton available
for touch screen purposes. How to do this ??

Please let me know.



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Question by:rkpalli
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by:AlexNek
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Did you try
/*CWnd::*/ HideCaret();
for each control?
I already developed application for touch screen and I do nothing.
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by:mblat
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Why ShowCursor(FALSE) doesn;t work for u?
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by:Roshan Davis
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Insert a cursor through resource editor. Delete the contents of the cursor. Set this cursor using LoadCursor function. If it is not working, override the OnSetCursor and return true always.

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by:wyy_cq
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set the cursor as a empty cursor
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by:wyy_cq
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i don't think hide cursor is good for touch screen system.
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