POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE enumeration (winuser.h)

Identifies the pointer device cursor types.

Syntax

typedef enum tagPOINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE {
  POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_UNKNOWN,
  POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_TIP,
  POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_ERASER,
  POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_MAX
} POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE;

Constants

Name Description
POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_UNKNOWN Unidentified cursor.
POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_TIP Pen tip.
POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_ERASER Pen eraser.
POINTER_DEVICE_CURSOR_TYPE_MAX Forces this enumeration to compile to 32 bits in size. Without this value, some compilers would allow this enumeration to compile to a size other than 32 bits. You should not use this value.

Remarks

Cursor objects represent pointing and selecting devices used with digitizer devices, most commonly tactile contacts on touch digitizers and tablet pens on pen digitizers. Physical pens may have multiple tips (such as normal and eraser ends), with each pen tip representing a different cursor object. Each cursor object has an associated cursor identifier.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 8 [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2012 [desktop apps only]
Header winuser.h

See also

Enumerations