Cursor.Clip Property

Definition

Gets or sets the bounds that represent the clipping rectangle for the cursor.

public:
 static property System::Drawing::Rectangle Clip { System::Drawing::Rectangle get(); void set(System::Drawing::Rectangle value); };
public static System.Drawing.Rectangle Clip { get; set; }
member this.Clip : System.Drawing.Rectangle with get, set
Public Shared Property Clip As Rectangle

Property Value

Rectangle

The Rectangle that represents the clipping rectangle for the Cursor, in screen coordinates.

Examples

The following code example creates a cursor from the Current cursor's Handle, changes its position and clipping rectangle. The result is the cursor will move up and to the left 50 pixels from where it is when the code is executed. Additionally, the cursor's clipping rectangle is changed to the bounds of the form (by default it is the user's whole screen). This example requires that you have a Form and a Button to call this code when it is clicked.

void MoveCursor()
{
   // Set the Current cursor, move the cursor's Position,
   // and set its clipping rectangle to the form.

   this->Cursor = gcnew System::Windows::Forms::Cursor( ::Cursor::Current->Handle );
   ::Cursor::Position = Point(::Cursor::Position.X - 50,::Cursor::Position.Y - 50);
   ::Cursor::Clip = Rectangle(this->Location,this->Size);

}
private void MoveCursor()
{
   // Set the Current cursor, move the cursor's Position,
   // and set its clipping rectangle to the form. 

   this.Cursor = new Cursor(Cursor.Current.Handle);
   Cursor.Position = new Point(Cursor.Position.X - 50, Cursor.Position.Y - 50);
   Cursor.Clip = new Rectangle(this.Location, this.Size);
}
Private Sub MoveCursor()
   ' Set the Current cursor, move the cursor's Position,
   ' and set its clipping rectangle to the form. 

   Me.Cursor = New Cursor(Cursor.Current.Handle)
   Cursor.Position = New Point(Cursor.Position.X - 50, Cursor.Position.Y - 50)
   Cursor.Clip = New Rectangle(Me.Location, Me.Size)
End Sub

Remarks

A clipped cursor is allowed to move only within its clipping rectangle. Generally, the system allows this only if the mouse is currently captured. If the cursor is not currently clipped, the resulting rectangle contains the dimensions of the entire screen.

Applies to