The cursor attribute specifies or retrieves a value indicating which cursor appears when the mouse is over the Text control.
This attribute is a read/write String.
|system||Default. Platform-dependent cursor (usually an arrow).|
|help||Arrow with question mark indicating Help is available.|
|sizeall||Four-pointed arrow pointing north, south, east, and west.|
|sizenesw||Double-pointed arrow pointing northeast and southwest.|
|sizens||Double-pointed arrow pointing north and south.|
|sizenwse||Double-pointed arrow pointing northwest and southeast.|
|sizewe||Double-pointed arrow pointing west and east.|
|uparrow||Vertical arrow pointing upward.|
|*.ani or *.cur||Any .ani or .cur file (must be in the same directory as the .wms file or in the .wmz file).|
See the value attribute for a sample illustrating how the attributes of the TEXT element are used.
|Windows Media Player version 7.0 or later|