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Can you convert an animated MSWindows cursor into animated .gif?

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Is there a way to convert an .ani file into a .gif file so that I can use it in JAVA?

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www.gdgsoft.com/anituner  (But currently their site seems to have problems. Look at Google's cache)
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Especially that http://www.filesland.com/companies/Aha-soft/Icon-to-Any.html
looks good, but doesn't support .ani files ......................

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Looks promising; I want to come back with some testing results.

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abc looses the animation!

2gif works!

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>> 2gif works!
Nice!
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