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    Hide Windows Cursor

    Quote Originally Posted by WILL
    I can help but read this a scratch my head. Phoenix 2D uses SDL for rendering, right?
    No, OpenGL for Rendering and GLFW for window handling.
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    Hide Windows Cursor

    I have never used phoenix, I thought phoenix works under delphi and windows, so no reason to assume screen.cursor wouldn't work. That is teh system I use for my directx projects.
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    Hide Windows Cursor

    Ok, I see. Well it wouldn't be using SDL for rendering anyways as the SDL/OpenGL combination would still have GL as the renderer, but SDL for windows management.

    Am I not mistaken in thinking that at some point Phoenix did use SDL for windows management? I could have sworn... :scratch:
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    Hide Windows Cursor

    Sorry for not answering this earlier, been at a buissnes trip for a week, you can hide the cursor with:

    Code:
      uses glfw;
    
      glfwDisable( GLFW_MOUSE_CURSOR );
    Amnoxx

    Oh, and this code appears to be an approximate replacement for return(random() & 0x01);

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    http://www.phoenixlib.net/

    Phoenix Forum
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    Hide Windows Cursor

    Hi Andreaz

    That turns off the cursor for all windows, not just the Phoneix window. If in windowed mode I go outsie of the window border I expect to see the windows cursor. Is there a way to just turn ff the curson for the phoneix window and not all windows.

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    Hide Windows Cursor

    GLFW sadly doesnt support that out of the box,

    https://sourceforge.net/forum/messag...msg_id=4287659

    thats one of the drawbacks with platform independent librarys they only implement stuff that works on all platforms...

    You have to do what TScreen does basically:

    Code:
    procedure TScreen.SetCursor(Value: TCursor);
    var
      P: TPoint;
      Handle: HWND;
      Code: Longint;
    begin
      if Value <> Cursor then
      begin
        FCursor &#58;= Value;
        if Value = crDefault then
        begin
          &#123; Reset the cursor to the default by sending a WM_SETCURSOR to the
            window under the cursor &#125;
          GetCursorPos&#40;P&#41;;
          Handle &#58;= WindowFromPoint&#40;P&#41;;
          if &#40;Handle <> 0&#41; and
            &#40;GetWindowThreadProcessId&#40;Handle, nil&#41; = GetCurrentThreadId&#41; then
          begin
            Code &#58;= SendMessage&#40;Handle, WM_NCHITTEST, 0, LongInt&#40;PointToSmallPoint&#40;P&#41;&#41;&#41;;
            SendMessage&#40;Handle, WM_SETCURSOR, Handle, MakeLong&#40;Code, WM_MOUSEMOVE&#41;&#41;;
            Exit;
          end;
        end;
        Windows.SetCursor&#40;Cursors&#91;Value&#93;&#41;;
      end;
      Inc&#40;FCursorCount&#41;;
    end;
    Amnoxx

    Oh, and this code appears to be an approximate replacement for return(random() & 0x01);

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    Phoenix Forum
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