BusyCursor Property


set the busyCursor to <cursorname> Applies to global


The busyCursor property determines the cursor shape Oracle Media Objects displays while extended processing is occurring. You can select one of the following values for the busyCursor shape: Busy spinning beachball CommandDot Mac command-key symbol with flashing dot Count animated counting hand Hourglass animated hourglass Movie animated piece of film Number numbers 0 through 9 PointerRight flashing right-arrow pointer PointerLeft flashing left-arrow pointer TalkRight speech balloon to right with flashing "words" TalkLeft speech balloon to left with flashing "words" Watch wristwatch with spinning minute hand World spinning globe The default value of the busyCursor property is busy shape. Examples: Type the following in the Message Box and press Enter:
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