CursorType Enumeration
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CursorType Enumeration

 

Specifies the built in cursor types.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Input
Assembly:  PresentationCore (in PresentationCore.dll)

public enum CursorType

Member nameDescription
AppStarting

A standard arrow with small hourglass cursor.

Arrow

A standard arrow cursor.

ArrowCD

An arrow cd cursor.

Cross

A crosshair cursor.

Hand

A hand cursor.

Help

A help cursor.

IBeam

A text I-Beam cursor.

No

No cursor.

None

A value indicating that no cursor should be displayed.

Pen

A pen cursor.

ScrollAll

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing north, south, east, and west.

ScrollE

A scrolling cursor with an arrow pointing east.

ScrollN

A scrolling cursor with an arrow pointing north.

ScrollNE

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing north and east.

ScrollNS

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing north and south.

ScrollNW

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing north and west.

ScrollS

A scrolling cursor with an arrow pointing south.

ScrollSE

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing south and east.

ScrollSW

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing south and west.

ScrollW

A scrolling cursor with an arrow pointing west.

ScrollWE

A scrolling cursor with arrows pointing west and east.

SizeAll

A cursor with arrows pointing north, south, east, and west.

SizeNESW

A cursor with arrows pointing northeast and southwest.

SizeNS

A cursor with arrows pointing north and south.

SizeNWSE

A cursor with arrows pointing northwest and southeast.  

SizeWE

A cursor with arrows pointing west and east.

UpArrow

A vertical arrow cursor.

Wait

An hourglass cursor.

CursorType is mostly used in Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) to specify the cursor. In code, you should use the Cursors class.

.NET Framework
Available since 3.0
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