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6.5 Graphics and the Cursor - Changing the Cursor Shape, Color, and Size
In this exercise, you will use the CUR command to change the cursor size, shape, and color.

  1. Define the cursor size as 31 by 63 pixels, the color as blue, and the type as XBOX. Move the cursor onto the image window.

    Type: CUR 31 63 XBOX BLUE

  2. Define the cursor as a 25 by 25 pixel solid cursor in a custom color.

    Type: CUR 25 25 SOLID 63 128 255

  3. Change the cursor to its default setting.

    Type: CUR

 


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