- 09 May. 2004 - 23:11:
Another cursor question/request
I thought I'd be able to code this one myself in C#, but it's a bit harder than I thought. What I would like is a command-line app that sets the cursor. eg: calling on it with a -working switch sets the cursor to the working state. Calling it with a -default switch would set it back.
.Net doesn't seem to want to set it to 'working', only 'busy' ('app starting' also sets it to 'busy').
VBS doesn't support it (that I've found) and VB6 only works for a form, not all of Windows. I know apps do this when launching/performing a lengthy task. Is there an easy solution that I'm overlooking?