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Inside Macintosh: Imaging With QuickDraw /
Chapter 8 - Cursor Utilities / Cursor Utilities Reference

Displaying Animated Cursors

This section describes how to display an animated cursor using the RotateCursor procedure or the SpinCursor procedure. You use an animated cursor when your application performs a medium-length operation that might cause the user to think that the computer has quit working. The two procedures are similar, but you must maintain a counter with the RotateCursor procedure.

You need to call the InitCursorCtl procedure to load your cursor resources before using the routines described in this section. For information about using the InitCursorCtl procedure, see page 8-20.


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