Defines a set of default cursors.
Assembly: PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)
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.
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:
Available since 3.0
Available since 2.0
Windows Phone Silverlight
Available since 7.0
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.