Type Property

arrow

Returns the default cursor, the arrow cursor.

Declaration

class var arrow: NSCursor { get }

Return Value

The default cursor, a slanted arrow with its hot spot at the tip. The arrow cursor is the one you’re used to seeing over buttons, scrollers, and many other objects in the window system.

See Also

Retrieving Cursor Instances

class var current: NSCursor

Returns the application’s current cursor.

class var currentSystem: NSCursor?

Returns the current system cursor.

class var contextualMenu: NSCursor

Returns the contextual menu system cursor.

class var closedHand: NSCursor

Returns the closed-hand system cursor.

class var crosshair: NSCursor

Returns the cross-hair system cursor.

class var disappearingItem: NSCursor

Returns a cursor indicating that the current operation will result in a disappearing item.

class var dragCopy: NSCursor

Returns a cursor indicating that the current operation will result in a copy action.

class var dragLink: NSCursor

Returns a cursor indicating that the current operation will result in a link action.

class var iBeam: NSCursor

Returns a cursor that looks like a capital I with a tiny crossbeam at its middle.

class var openHand: NSCursor

Returns the open-hand system cursor.

class var operationNotAllowed: NSCursor

Returns the operation not allowed cursor.

class var pointingHand: NSCursor

Returns the pointing-hand system cursor.

class var resizeDown: NSCursor

Returns the resize-down system cursor.

class var resizeLeft: NSCursor

Returns the resize-left system cursor.

class var resizeLeftRight: NSCursor

Returns the resize-left-and-right system cursor.

class var resizeRight: NSCursor

Returns the resize-right system cursor.

class var resizeUp: NSCursor

Returns the resize-up system cursor.

class var resizeUpDown: NSCursor

Returns the resize-up-and-down system cursor.

class var iBeamCursorForVerticalLayout: NSCursor

Returns the cursor for editing vertical layout text.