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Defines a set of default cursors.
public ref class Cursors abstract sealed
public static class Cursors
type Cursors = class
Public Class Cursors
This static class defines a set of default cursors common to applications.
The various static properties defining cursors are not directly usable in XAML, but are indirectly used through two possible mechanisms:
The Cursor class performs type conversion on any XAML attribute that takes type Cursor, such that a value of the CursorType enumeration specified as the attribute value will evaluate to one of the static Cursors properties.
A static property value can be used through the x:Static Markup Extension.
Gets the Cursor that appears when an application is starting.
Gets the Arrow Cursor.
Gets the arrow with a compact disk Cursor.
Gets the crosshair Cursor.
Gets a hand Cursor.
Gets a help Cursor which is a combination of an arrow and a question mark.
Gets an I-beam Cursor, which is used to show where the text cursor appears when the mouse is clicked.
Gets a Cursor with which indicates that a particular region is invalid for a given operation.
Gets a special cursor that is invisible.
Gets a pen Cursor.
Gets the scroll all Cursor.
Gets the scroll east Cursor.
Gets the scroll north Cursor.
Gets the scroll northeast cursor.
Gets the scroll north/south cursor.
Gets a scroll northwest cursor.
Gets the scroll south Cursor.
Gets a south/east scrolling Cursor.
Gets the scroll southwest Cursor.
Gets the scroll west Cursor.
Gets a west/east scrolling Cursor.
Gets a four-headed sizing Cursor, which consists of four joined arrows that point north, south, east, and west.
Gets a two-headed northeast/southwest sizing Cursor.
Gets a two-headed north/south sizing Cursor.
Gets a two-headed northwest/southeast sizing Cursor.
Gets a two-headed west/east sizing Cursor.
Gets an up arrow Cursor, which is typically used to identify an insertion point.
Specifies a wait (or hourglass) Cursor.