Re: Cursor is different after set by gtk

A. Pagaltzis wrote:

The problem is that you are setting the cursor to something other
than what it previously was. Unfortunately there doesnât seem to
be a way to learn which cursor was previously set.

Is there a good reason you are setting a cursor on the root
window? If not, that would be considered rude. Set the cursor on
your own window, and reset it to âundefâ when you are done (which
means the parent windowâs cursor should be used). That would
solve your problem most of the time.

Example please :-)
I only have one window which means it also the root window.



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