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Change cursor in applet

Posted on 2004-04-02
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Is there a way to dynamically change the cursor in a java applet compiled with v1.1?  
Tookkit.createCustomCursor doesnt work, since it's new in 1.2.
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I dont think you can change cursor in v1.1 why dont you just try neweir version of jdk since it will
not do anything to hurt your codes and just compile it like :

-1.1 // For it to be compatible w/ 1.1

Hope that helps . . .
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