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Hourglass Mouse Cursor Always Changes Back to its Original Image. How?

, 5 Jan 2011
This topic is also covered by the RAII topic as described in RAII (Resource Acquisition Is Initialization) C# Helper Classes[^].Applying the RAII pattern results in more expressive code:using (new RAIIGuard(()=>owner.Cursor, c=>owner.Cursor = c)){ owner.Cursor =...

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21 Dec 2010  
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 2 alternatives  
 
IDisposable with “using” block helps in all cases
28 Dec 2010  
SergeyT2
 
With System.Windows.Forms it's not necessary to pass the owner. You can use static property Cursor.Current.I use the following class in my projects:public sealed class WaitCursor : IDisposable{ private Cursor _SavedCursor; public WaitCursor() { _SavedCursor =...

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