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Inside Macintosh: Imaging With QuickDraw /
Chapter 8 - Cursor Utilities / Cursor Utilities Reference
Routines / Hiding and Showing Cursors


You can use the HideCursor procedure to remove the cursor from the screen.

The HideCursor procedure removes the cursor from the screen, restores the bits under the cursor image, and decrements the cursor level (which InitCursor initialized to 0). You might want to use HideCursor when the user is using the keyboard to create content in one of your application's windows. Every call to HideCursor should be balanced by a subsequent call to the ShowCursor procedure, which is described on page 8-28.

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