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Well, heres a quote from the MSDN help docs, if it helps:

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hCursor

Identifies the class cursor. This member must be a handle of a cursor resource. If this member is NULL, an application must explicitly set the cursor shape whenever the mouse moves into the application’s window.


So in all, it means that the cursor will take the form of whatever it is before it enters the programs window. in your case, its an hourglass, and it stays that way.



Edited by - Zipster on 4/16/00 12:47:56 AM

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if you don''t want a cursor to be displayed, just write:
SetCursor(hWnd, NULL);
immediately after you create the window.

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