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| Changes the default cursor that appears when interacting with a map control to a custom one. Use an empty string to restore the default cursor. If the specified cursor does not exist, the default is used and no error is produced. ( NOT in case of ArmA 3. Using an empty string will result in an error: "No entry 'bin\config.bin/CfgWrapperUI/Cursors.' ). The cursor is the name of a config entry from ''CfgWrapperUI / Cursors''. This command has the following specifics:
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| Changes the default cursor that appears when interacting with a map control to a custom one. Use an empty string to restore the default cursor. If the specified cursor does not exist, the default is used and no error is produced. ( NOT in case of Arma 3. Using an empty string will result in an error: "No entry 'bin\config.bin/CfgWrapperUI/Cursors.' ). The cursor is the name of a config entry from ''CfgWrapperUI / Cursors''. This command has the following specifics:
 
* When used on Main Map ([[findDisplay]] 12 [[displayCtrl]] 51) it is possible to override multiple default cursors. For example, while leaving default "Arrow" intact, it is possible to just override "Scroll" with lets say "Wait" (Example 3)
 
* When used on Main Map ([[findDisplay]] 12 [[displayCtrl]] 51) it is possible to override multiple default cursors. For example, while leaving default "Arrow" intact, it is possible to just override "Scroll" with lets say "Wait" (Example 3)
 
* When used on a custom map, for example user made Mini Map, there is only one single cursor "" for everything, therefore only this cursor can be overridden (see Example 4 on how to override it)
 
* When used on a custom map, for example user made Mini Map, there is only one single cursor "" for everything, therefore only this cursor can be overridden (see Example 4 on how to override it)
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'''NOTE1''': Cursor names are '''case sensitive'''.|DESCRIPTION=
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| control '''ctrlMapCursor''' [defaultCursor, newCursor] |SYNTAX=
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| control '''ctrlMapCursor''' [defaultCursor, newCursor]
  
|p1= control: [[Control]] - Map control |PARAMETER1=
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|p1= control: [[Control]] - Map control
  
|p2= defaultCursor: [[String]] - Cursor class name |PARAMETER2=
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|p2= defaultCursor: [[String]] - Cursor class name
  
|p3= newCursor: [[String]] - Cursor class name |PARAMETER3=
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|p3= newCursor: [[String]] - Cursor class name
  
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|x1= <code>_map [[ctrlMapCursor]] ["Track", "Arrow"];</code>
|x1= <code>_map [[ctrlMapCursor]] ["Track", "Arrow"];</code>|EXAMPLE1=
 
  
 
|x2= <code>[[uiNamespace]] [[setVariable]] ["_map",[[findDisplay]] 12 [[displayCtrl]] 51];
 
|x2= <code>[[uiNamespace]] [[setVariable]] ["_map",[[findDisplay]] 12 [[displayCtrl]] 51];
([[uiNamespace]] [[getVariable]] "_map") [[ctrlMapCursor]] ["Track","HC_overFriendly"];</code>|EXAMPLE2=
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([[uiNamespace]] [[getVariable]] "_map") [[ctrlMapCursor]] ["Track","HC_overFriendly"];</code>
  
|x3= <code>[[findDisplay]] 12 [[displayCtrl]] 51 [[ctrlMapCursor]] ["Scroll", "Wait"];</code>|EXAMPLE3=
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|x3= <code>[[findDisplay]] 12 [[displayCtrl]] 51 [[ctrlMapCursor]] ["Scroll", "Wait"];</code>
  
 
|x4= Cycle through all available cursors over custom map:<code>0 = [] [[spawn]]  
 
|x4= Cycle through all available cursors over custom map:<code>0 = [] [[spawn]]  
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}  
 
}  
 
[[forEach]] ("true" [[configClasses]] ([[configFile]] >> "CfgWrapperUI" >> "Cursors"));
 
[[forEach]] ("true" [[configClasses]] ([[configFile]] >> "CfgWrapperUI" >> "Cursors"));
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|seealso= [[setMousePosition]], [[getMousePosition]]
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<dd class="notedate">Posted on February 8, 2016 - 22:43 (UTC)</dd>
 
<dd class="notedate">Posted on February 8, 2016 - 22:43 (UTC)</dd>
 
<dt class="note">[[User:Bull A|Bull A]]</dt>
 
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When using this command, the cursor will change for the whole display, resulting in visual glitches. Adding the onMouseMoving event handler can help solve this problem:
 
When using this command, the cursor will change for the whole display, resulting in visual glitches. Adding the onMouseMoving event handler can help solve this problem:
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<code>_control [[ctrlAddEventHandler]] ["MouseMoving",{
_control [[ctrlAddEventHandler]] ["MouseMoving",{
 
 
   _this [[params]] [
 
   _this [[params]] [
 
       ["_mapCtrl",[[controlNull]],[[[controlNull]]]],
 
       ["_mapCtrl",[[controlNull]],[[[controlNull]]]],
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Latest revision as of 01:50, 6 April 2021

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Description

Description:
Changes the default cursor that appears when interacting with a map control to a custom one. Use an empty string to restore the default cursor. If the specified cursor does not exist, the default is used and no error is produced. ( NOT in case of Arma 3. Using an empty string will result in an error: "No entry 'bin\config.bin/CfgWrapperUI/Cursors.' ). The cursor is the name of a config entry from CfgWrapperUI / Cursors. This command has the following specifics:
  • When used on Main Map (findDisplay 12 displayCtrl 51) it is possible to override multiple default cursors. For example, while leaving default "Arrow" intact, it is possible to just override "Scroll" with lets say "Wait" (Example 3)
  • When used on a custom map, for example user made Mini Map, there is only one single cursor "" for everything, therefore only this cursor can be overridden (see Example 4 on how to override it)
Some possible class names (for the whole list see ctrlMapCursor/cursors):
  • Arrow
  • Track
  • Move
  • Scroll
  • Rotate
  • Track3D
  • Move3D
  • Rotate3D
  • Raise3D
  • Wait
  • HC_move
  • HC_overFriendly
  • HC_overEnemy
  • HC_overMission
  • HC_unsel
NOTE1: Cursor names are case sensitive.

Syntax

Syntax:
control ctrlMapCursor [defaultCursor, newCursor]
Parameters:
control: Control - Map control
defaultCursor: String - Cursor class name
newCursor: String - Cursor class name
Return Value:
Nothing

Examples

Example 1:
_map ctrlMapCursor ["Track", "Arrow"];
Example 2:
uiNamespace setVariable ["_map",findDisplay 12 displayCtrl 51]; (uiNamespace getVariable "_map") ctrlMapCursor ["Track","HC_overFriendly"];
Example 3:
findDisplay 12 displayCtrl 51 ctrlMapCursor ["Scroll", "Wait"];
Example 4:
Cycle through all available cursors over custom map:0 = [] spawn { disableSerialization; _map = findDisplay 46 createDisplay "RscCredits" ctrlCreate ["RscMapControl", -1]; _map ctrlSetPosition [0,0,1,1]; _map ctrlCommit 0; { _map ctrlMapCursor ["", configName _x]; //<-- the actual usage hint format ["Current cursor: %1", configName _x]; sleep 1; } forEach ("true" configClasses (configFile >> "CfgWrapperUI" >> "Cursors")); };

Additional Information

See also:
setMousePositiongetMousePosition
Groups:
GUI Control - Map

Notes

Report bugs on the Feedback Tracker and/or discuss them on the Arma Discord or on the Forums.
Only post proven facts here! Add Note
Posted on February 8, 2016 - 22:43 (UTC)
Bull A
When using this command, the cursor will change for the whole display, resulting in visual glitches. Adding the onMouseMoving event handler can help solve this problem: _control ctrlAddEventHandler ["MouseMoving",{ _this params [ ["_mapCtrl",controlNull,[[[controlNull]]]], ["_xPos",-1,[0]], ["_yPos",-1,[0]], ["_mouseIn",false,[[[true]]]] ]; if (_mouseIn) then { // Mouse is in control area _mapCtrl ctrlMapCursor ["","Track"]; } else { // Mouse is out of control area, goes back to arrow _mapCtrl ctrlMapCursor ["","Arrow"]; }; }];