Stop cursor showing progress symbol at callbacks

In asp.net, I've got an app that used the original callback style:  
(<%=CallBackSenderSetupString%> )

The callbacks are used for polling between the client and the server, every few seconds.

Every time there's a callback, the cursor shows the "progress cycle".    Which means that the cursor "blips" every few seconds.

This is annoying and confusing.  

How might I suppress this cursor change?
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codequestAsked:
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
from:
http://www.javascripter.net/faq/stylesc.htm

Call the setCursorByID on the form or whatever is displaying the cursor, using the default cursor style.



function setCursorByID(id,cursorStyle) {
 var elem;
 if (document.getElementById &&
    (elem=document.getElementById(id)) ) {
  if (elem.style) elem.style.cursor=cursorStyle;
 }

}

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codequestAuthor Commented:
Worked slick; stopped the callback blips.  I implemented like this:
    $("#MainForm").css("cursor","default")
Also, I observe that applying this to the form did not override any cursor assignments to specific elements.
Thanks!
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