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Posted 27 Dec 2010

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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