show loading icon in angularjs

Hi,

I am using angular material design and angularjs frameworks in my application.I am showing loading icon when a service/function is called in the page/screen.In desktop web browser i am getting cursor icon (spinning) along with loading icon when a service/function is called.The  loading icon disapears after 5 to 10 seconds once  it gets data but the problem is cursor icon (spinning) stays on the screen and will not change  to normal cursor until we physically move the cursor.How could  I change cursor icon (spinning)  to normal cursor  after loading icon disappears (fetching data is completed) automatically.

I currently have the code like this

<md-progress-circular class="md-hue-2 md-busy" md-mode="indeterminate" style="margin:auto"></md-progress-circular>

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ksd123Asked:
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
By "cursor icon" do you mean the mouse cursor? I didn't think md-progress-circular did anything to the mouse cursor, just the icon on the page where you place it. If you don't mean the mouse, can you please elaborate what you mean by "cursor icon" and "loading icon".

Also, can you show the code that triggers the progress indicator when your service/function is called?
ksd123Author Commented:
cursor icon means mouse cursor, the mouse cursor spins along with loading icon and even after loading icon disappears (ie.page is loaded) but mouse cursor continuously spins until user interaction.

md-progress-circular{
width:50px;
height:50px;
display:block;
position:relative;
padding-top:0 !important;
margin-botton:0 !importan;
overflow:hidden;
}

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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Also, can you show the code that triggers the progress indicator when your service/function is called?
Can you answer this other question that I asked too?
ksd123Author Commented:
Hi,

The issue is resolved by updating  Angular material design.

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ksd123Author Commented:
My issue is resloved by updating angular material design to latest release.
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